Maldives may be home to stunning overwater villas and beautiful landscapes, but soon, you will be able to enjoy its stunning marine life from their own underwater villa! 😱

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Yes, that’s right! Muslim-friendly resort, Conrad Maldives Rangali Island has recently announced that they will be offering a new travel experience that needs to be on everyone’s bucket list – sleeping in an underwater villa located on the exclusive island.

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Immersing 16.4 feet under the Indian Ocean, this much-anticipated villa will be named The Muraka (which means coral in Maldivian language) and it is expected to open in November 2018! 😱

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As the representative of the resort explains, the underwater villa will feature two stories – one located above sea level and a bedroom complete with a living area and bathroom at sea level, all boasting breathtaking views of the surrounding marine life and coral gardens.

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This means that you’ll be sleeping with the fishes (literally!) while encased in a clear glass tube. What’s not to like about that? 😉

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In addition to being the first underwater villa in Maldives, Muslim travellers will love this too: Conrad Maldives Rangali Island will stay true to its Muslim-friendly concept and there will be Halal dining options available on the premise (yay!) so Muslim guests can be assured that their basic needs will be taken care of. 🤗

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As for the price tag, there is no confirmation yet but some have estimated that you can expect a whopping USD50,000 for a one-night stay in this villa (yikes)! But then again, with incredible features and a view like this, we think that it’s definitely worth the price. 😌

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So if you ever wonder what it’s like to sleep beneath the sea level, here is your chance! 😍 Honeymooners, this one’s definitely for you! 💕

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