Fairmont Maldives Sirru Fen Fushi prepares island-wide Easter vibes, delicious holiday specialties, in-theme activities, and barefoot luxury.
Surrounded by the glistering waters of the Indian Ocean, the idyllic coconut palm-fringed coral beach is a tropical hideaway for an unforgettable Easter holiday. At Fairmont Maldives Sirru Fen Fushi, every day from Good Friday to Easter Sunday, themed goodies surprise guests at their private villas.
The resort invites guests to get-to-know its culinary brilliance and kitchen powerhouse – the resort master chefs, their stories before wearing their toque and jackets, and their passion for food shared with guests:
• Chef Liz hails from Venezuela and discovered her desire for cooking from her grandparents. She started her culinary journey exploring exciting destinations from Brazil, Argentina, Spain, Italy, Kuwait, Indonesia, India, Myanmar, and now landing in the Maldives. Her knowledge of numerous cuisines from around the world drives her cooking mantra for – “Freshness and Sustainability."
• Chef Mukhammed Gavi started his culinary voyage at 14 from his mother’s home-cooking in St. Petersburg, Russia. The moment he wore his first chef’s jacket, he knew what to do for the rest of his life. One of his career highlights was working within the United Arab Emirates where he showcased his skills in cooking Russian, International, and Arabic specialties. For Easter, Chef Gavi will present many of these dishes.
• Chef Mori idolizes his uncle, a well-known chef in their hometown. While young, he started assisting him in the kitchen, observing as much as he could. Chef Mori travels the world sharing his culinary heritage and learning within the 5 star hotel kitchens. Now in Fairmont Maldives Sirru Fen Fushi, he is excited to prepare Indonesian specialties for all the guests to experience.
• Executive Chef Abdullah's baptism to the fire was in Jordan, cooking by his father's side during family gatherings. He considers the authentic dishes his favorites, especially seeing the satisfaction on his father's face while his relatives enjoy every bite. His father always tells him, “When you cook with care, you give love. When you serve food with passion and humility, you nourish the body and soul."
Fairmont Maldives Sirru Fen Fushi promises a sensational dining experience this Easter. Adorn with colorful bunnies and eggs, Raha transforms into an Easter Market during the holiday with local and international haute cuisines in an exquisite buffet setting.
The Good Friday highlights the freshest catch from the pristine seas. A home-smoked salmon station with warm new potatoes, sour cream, and fresh dill start the feast.
For the Easter Sunday Brunch in Raha, the open fire pit barbeque offers Brazilian Picanha style, slow-cooked marinated Australian brisket, and grilled New Zealand lamb racks served with the chef’s fresh and sustainably grown garden of salads.
Also not to miss is Chefs “crème brûlée easter eggs”, soft chocolate egg tarts, and hot cross buns. Guests can further complement their experience with signature Easter-themed cocktails.
Guests are up for Egg-stravagant, Egg-citing, and Egg-zilarating Easter happenings at Fairmont Maldives Sirru Fen Fushi. The festivity will be filled with cooking classes, kids’ activities, and entertainment shows gracing the night around the island. The resort further promises an all-hands-on-deck Easter egg and treasure hunts with the whole family.
Fairmont Maldives Sirru Fen Fushi is home to the longest infinity pool in the Maldives that leads you to the Coralarium, the Maldives' first and only coral regeneration project in the form of an underwater art installation by Jason deCaires Taylor. Sirru Fen Fushi means "secret water island" in Dhivehi, the local language and the resort is located in Shaviyani Atoll, which boasts one of the country's largest resort lagoons. The 120 Luxury Villas are a seamless blend of understated Maldivian rustic-chic with champagne woods, coral-inspired rugs, and bamboo glass chandeliers. Choose from hideaway Beach Villas set in the magpies, the stunning Water Villas perched over the Indian Ocean, or castaway Tented Jungle Villas.
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