Just as her culture, Maldives’ food also bears the mark of traders and visitors from the far corners of the world. As the Maldives comprises more sea than land, it is only natural that fish (mainly tuna) have always been the most prominent element of Maldivian food. However, with travellers from different parts of the world, tastes have been incorporated into the existing (limited) repertoire of seafood and tubers (e.g. taro & sweet potato). Maldivian cuisine now comprises Arabic, Indian, Sri Lanka and Oriental tastes blended into a unique cuisine that embodies a culinary identity of its own. Resorts and most liveaboard vessels offer diverse international cuisine including Indian, Thai, oriental, Middle Eastern and continental varieties. You will have the choice of diverse international cuisine including Indian, Thai, oriental, Middle Eastern and continental varieties at all resorts and most liveaboard vessels.