The Maldives makes its way onto Forbes list of The Top 20 Destinations for 2020

PUBLISHED December 16, 2019

Forbes Magazine has listed the Maldives as one of the Top 20 Destinations of 2020 on 13th December 2019.

Forbes mentions resorts set to open at the beginning of the year such as COMO Cocoa Island (set to open on 9th January 2020), brand new debuting resorts such as Capella Maldives (Set to open in the later part of 2020, a first-of-its-kind luxury integrated destination in the Maldives. Situated at the north-eastern rim of North Male Atoll, the four-island development is within a 40-minute scenic yacht transfer from Velana International Airport), and new wellness offerings such as The St. Regis Maldives Vommuli Resorts Visiting Practitioners Series.

If you look hard enough, you can find something enticing about nearly every city on the map. But thats the great thing about the 20 places on this list—the calendars are so full in these buzzing metropolises over the next 12 months that you wont have to do much searching at all.

In the article, Forbes also stated "From one of the worlds biggest sporting events to milestone anniversaries to massive new hotel projects, these global destinations cant wait for January to get here. If you seek travel inspiration to kick off the new decade, Forbes Travel Guides editors curated a wanderlust-inciting list that spans from Monterey to Macau."

Forbes Magazine also added the Maldives to the list of The Trendiest Destinations Of 2019, According To Google


Below is the full list of The Top 20 Destinations for 2020 as listed by Forbes

Las Vegas, USA

Tel Aviv, Israel


Nashville, USA

U.S. Virgin Islands and British Virgin Islands

Okinawa, Japan

Dubai, UAE

Tokyo, Japan

Edinburgh, Scotland

Sonoma, USA

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Rome, Italy

Kohler, Wisconsin, USA

Monterey, California, USA

Bangkok, Thailand

San Miguel de Allende, Mexico



St. Petersburg, Russia

Cape Town


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