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Maldives or Seychelles ?

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In order to create a more comfortable ride from Australia to Europe or the UK we Australians often stop off and take a break in Singapore, Bangkok or Hong Kong. Having done that more than a few times we thought we should look at alternatives. Next year during the southern winter we thought that maybe Mauritius, Seychelles or the Maldives might be a more interesting alternative for a 5-6 days stopover. At that time of year the waters off Mauritius may be a little cool, so should we visit the Maldives or the Seychelles connecting via Colombo ??? The longer journey to and from the Seychelles appears to be a bit of a trade-off. Side by side, the Seychelles appears to have a larger variety of scenery and scope for activities. However the closer Maldives surely must have some good beaches and things to do. Any advice would be greatly appreciated, as we have never been to that part of the World. Thank you.

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