Crossroads Maldives to be reopened to the public

Crossroads Maldives has announced it will be reopening to the public starting from September 1.

Crossroads Maldives was closed for the general public last year, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Crossroads announced it is reopening to the public next month, with several safety measures in place to curb the spread of COVID-19. As such, temperature checks will be carried out at the entry and exit point of the island. Furthermore, regular and frequent disinfection will be carried out at all public areas of the island.

Crossroads stated it will be open for the public from 1100hrs until 2300hrs daily. Tickets to visit Crossroads can be purchased through the mobile application of Crossroads Maldives.

The leisure island is equipped with renowned brands of cafes, restaurants and shops, as well as a marina bay and two resorts. The island also has a cultural centre showcasing the history and culture of the Maldives, and a marine biological centre established to protect marine species.

Crossroads Maldives is a USD 800 million investment by Singha Estate of Thailand. The leisure island is established in Emboodhoo lagoon, which is a 15-minute speedboat trip away from Male’.