The world's largest underwater restaurant being placed at Hurawalhi Maldives




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Published on Mar 6, 2016

The world’s largest underwater restaurant has been built – and it’s on its way to Hurawalhi!

Hurawalhi Island Resort & Spa, Maldives, will be a resort masterpiece in many ways, with the 5.8 underwater restaurant being downright sensational and alone worth the trip. The resort is still in its development phase, but one thing is certain: Hurawalhi is gaining world-wide attention.

It has taken a fair amount of ambition, optimism and dedication to decide to have the world’s largest underwater restaurant built, and it has taken our contractor even more ingenuity to build it exactly as imagined. After 10 months of hard work, the 400 ton megastructure left New Zealand where it was built, and is now on its way to the Maldives, travelling here by cargo ship.

The restaurant will sit 5.8 meters below the lagoon, with guests entering it via a staircase from a little hut on the jetty. Engineers and divers will help us lower this 18 m x 5 m phenomenon and place it on steel piles that we constructed in 2015.

Please bear with us as we are polishing Hurawalhi to perfection, so your holiday at the resort will be beyond comparison. Watch this space to follow the latest news on how 5.8 is coming to life, and how Hurawalhi in general is turning out to be your favourite Maldives’ resort, without you even seeing it live yet!


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