Indian singer Adnan Sami holidays at Kuda Villingili Resort Maldives
Popular Indian singer Adnan Sami has arrived in Maldives for a family vacation, his first visit to the popular Indian Ocean tourist destination.
Adnan Sami is holidaying at Kuda Villingili Resort Maldives.
“After ages, we needed a vacation. So we decided to come to an incredible paradise to take a breather away from daily life,” he wrote on Instagram.
“Although I have heard a lot about the warm hospitality and outstanding service from the Maldives’ tourist resorts, however, I have been blown away by the incredible welcome on arrival… It is just the first day, and I look forward to an amazing and memorable holiday on this beautiful island.”
Adnan Sami Khan is an Indian singer, musician, music composer, and pianist. He performs Indian and Western music, including for Hindi movies. He has been awarded with Padma Shri (India’s fourth highest civilian award) for his remarkable contribution in music. His most notable instrument is the piano. He has been credited as “the first musician to have played the santoor and Indian classical music on the piano”. A review in the US-based Keyboard magazine described him as the fastest keyboard player in the world and called him the keyboard discovery of the nineties.
Located a mere 30-minute comfortable speedboat ride away from the Velana International Airport, Kuda Villingili Resort Maldives embraces cultural diversity. Designing its Suite, 59 beach villas, and 36 water villas in an Asian eclectic style, further enriched by the local arts and fabrics, the spacious open-plan accommodation offers a 180-degree view of the vast Indian Ocean. It is a haven where guests can spend time with their loved ones, make up for lost times, and build or strengthen friendships. From culinary delights served in seven restaurants to an idyllic Spa located on a separate island, a Kuda Fiyo, Tennis courts, and recreation centre for thrill-seekers, to an azure destination pool spanning 150m, Kuda Villingili is a slice of paradise where everyone is welcome.