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Soneva Fushi is the proud home of the first Art and Glass Studio in the Maldives. The contemporary studio consists of a retail boutique along with the art gallery, aiming to display and exhibit the art of international and local artists.

As an eco-conscious venture, Soneva Fushi has announced that the studio will attempt to recycle the glass waste produced by the resort into beautiful pieces of art. The resort aims to provide their guests with the exclusive chance to participate by attending special courses, interactive events and art exhibitions featuring both world-renowned artists and fresh Maldivian talent.

Soneva Fushi is an island resort located in the beautiful Baa Atoll, and is committed to the Soneva Group’s SLOW LIFE philosophy: Sustainable-Local-Organic-Wellness Learning-Inspiring-Fun-Experiences.

Glass Studio, Boutique and Gallery Soneva Fushi

Per Aqquum Niyama, famous for its exclusive underwater lounge, also has a fantastic treat in store for vacationing kids. The children’s club at the resort offers a unique range of activities for kids of all ages.

Explorers Kid’s Club caters to children from 12 months to 12 years (the only club to cater to children younger than 3 years) and is run by fully qualified childcare professionals with ‘an exceptionally high ratio of carers to children’.

Explorers Kid’s Club is divided into four ‘Tribes’, each catering to a different age group in order to provide the most exciting and interesting activities. Globetrotters caters to children under three with activities such as Finger-painting and Beach Trips. The other three tribes - Adventurers, Voyagers and Pioneers - are for children aged three and four, five to seven and eight to twelve respectively.

There are also theme days, such as Jungle Safari and Pirates and Princesses, while older children have options such as soccer and snorkeling, and even MasterChef classes for budding epicureans. 



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