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GETTING MARRIED IN THE MALDIVES

Visitors (irrespective of religion) wishing to get married in the Maldives cannot legally register their marriages in the Maldives.

However, non-religious, purely ceremonial wedding events can be arranged by resorts for visitors upon request.


Please contact Maldives Tourism Promotion Board for details on resorts that provide this service. Below please find their details.

Maldives Tourism Promotion Board
3rd Floor H. Aage, 12, Boduthakurufaanu Magu
Malé, Republic of Maldives

Tel: 00960 332 3228
Fax: 00960 332 3229

E-mail: mtpb@visitmaldives.com
Website: www.visitmaldives.com 
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Government's Press Statement on Two Members' Disqualification from Parliament
 
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President Waheed attends President’s Cup 2013 final match
 
President Dr Mohamed Waheed has attended the final match of the President’s Cup 2013. The match was held last evening at the Galolhu Stadium.
 
21 October, 2013
 
Sacrifices of national heroes must be held close to our hearts – says President
 
Commander in Chief, President Dr Mohamed Waheed has said that as a country, and as a national defense force, it was important to hold the sacrifices of our national heroes close to our hearts, and follow their example.
 


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