Maldives tries to fight off travel alerts as tourists stay away
MALE: Tourists have been cancelling hundreds of hotel bookings in Maldives every day since the imposition of a state of emergency last week, tour operators say, despite government assurances things are normal in the resort islands, far from the capital.
China, India, the United States and Britain issued travel warnings after President Abdulla Yameen imposed the emergency and arrested judges who had ordered him to free jailed opposition leaders.
Almost 1.4 million tourists from across the world visited the Maldives in 2017, according to government statistics.
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Ajay Varma-3 hours ago
This crises in Maldives has banged the tourism sector there as the tourists are staying away and which is defenatly a big loss to this Small nation's economy and will remain so for for some time ,
Santimay Basu-New Delhi-12 mins ago
Dictator Yameen has put the entire country in trouble. If the countries continue to discourage their nationals from visiting Maldives, hunger and consequent riot for food will start.
Karthikeyan Karthikeyan-9 hours ago
We Indians should refrain from visiting Maldives. This will ruin their economy as it is totally dependent on our tourist income. It will also indirectly affect Chinese economy. Let us resolve to boycott this country.
Ajay Varma26068 Ajay Varma-9 hours ago
The mess is created by the head of the nation himself he and his team is responsible for it. the only profit giving venture Tourism in Maldives has been hit very badly with no or very less tourists arriving in Maldives and their economy is at the bottom a very big disaster in making
Ash Man5806 Ash Man-9 hours ago
Strange pattern. Chinese investments are followed by economic crisis. Sri lanka, zimbabwe and now maldives.
Satya Murthy11390 Satya-10 hours ago
they richly deserve this