Established on the National Day of the Maldives, the first national museum of the country was opened on November 11, 1952, by the Prime Minister at the time, Mohamed Amin Didi.
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Before it was renovated, when this place was known as Sultan Park, this was a beautiful green space, open to anyone. Now that it's been reopened, the place is covered is garish coloured lights, using a lot of electricity, and it is now not free for foreigners to access. Maldivians can access the park free of charge, but there is now a quite high fee for foreigners, meaning that migrant workers can no longer acess the park because they cannot afford the entrance fee.
A beautiful park adjacent to the republic square. And the sultan mosque. Ideal place ro visit in the evenings. Dancing fountain, swings for the kids or just to sit in the park. A ticket of 75mvr is to be given by the foreignrs for entry
It was great to visit. Clean
The lights are spectacular and the place is great!
A cool place to gather around
It's redesigned and made into the perfect master park for all families and is the biggest park in Male'.
A nice park for kids to play and have a good time
Nice due too the small island it's too small as well.
The place is generally good. However proper barricades need to be installed to avoid children going into the gardened area.
Nice public gathering place in the heart of Male city. The settings are nice and relaxing.
It has a great view.. And love the Fountains BTW Love the Koi fishes
It was a wonderful experience....kids loved every minute of it....n the staff was very kind, friendly n polite....