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MALDIVES


HIGH-LIFE


Amilla has an exclusive collection of one-bedroom Wellness Tree Houses by Bodyism. These secluded havens are 12 metres above the ground within the island’s forest, each with its own infinity pool looking out over the canopy of


by Palm Beach to the giant inflatables in the pool.


The recently opened super-trendy 1 Oak Beach Club (sister to the ones in Las Vegas and New York) acts as the nucleus for night-time activities, with regular themed parties, DJ nights and entertainment. With the champagne flowing and the sun setting, guests can enjoy fire-dancing performances, live bands and remarkable aerial silk acts. Of the resort’s first-class eateries, one in particular stands out: the Fish and Crab Shack. The restaurant can be found at the end of a 15-minute walk along a beautiful sandspit – or, for those hell-bent on exerting as little energy as possible, it is a short Dhoni ride across the lagoon. The local seafood is exquisite, the


service is friendly and helpful and the surroundings are breathtaking. We opted to walk to the shack, which appears on the horizon like an oasis. Go for a long lunch and be sure to order the soft-shell crab tacos – you will not be disappointed.


For dinner, head to Kanusan for Asian cuisine, theatrical cooking techniques from the visible kitchen, and views spreading out across the ocean. The atmosphere is one of pure calm, and when they start bringing out the truffle and wagyu beef, fresh tuna tartare and the steamed snapper, prepare for paradise. A quick stop at 1 Oak for a nightcap and


to catch the last of the entertainment and it’s back to our Lagoon Villa to soak up the sounds of the sea on our private sundeck. The ocean-access villas combine classic luxury design with a modern, trendy twist. The juxtaposition really works – on entering, you’ll find yourself switching on a crystal chandelier and turning up the music on retro Marshall speakers.


AMILLA FUSHI


The final destination on our three-resort hop was Amilla Fushi, also in Baa Atoll, and sister property to Finolhu. Amilla is the sort of destination I imagine royalty choosing when they fancy a Maldivian jaunt.


trees. Guests receive a personal wellness consultation on arrival; breakfast, lunch and dinner from a wellness menu; healthy snacks delivered twice a day; a daily 50-minute spa treatment; and a daily Bodyism Session.


COMING SOON


Lux is opening its second villa-only resort in the Maldives in the North Malé Atoll. The property is less than 30 minutes by speedboat from Malé. The property is located on the six- hectare island of Olhahali and will feature 60 double-storey residences. For the first time in the Maldives, each


residence will feature a reef terrace – a private deck elevated five metres above the giant house lagoon.


aspire september 2017 — 57


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