Food & Hospitality Asia Maldives to be held from 21-24 August 2016

FHAM Exhibition and International Culinary the leading annual festive for the Hospitality Industry of Maldives gathers the entire Tourism Industry to meet under-one roof during the event. It attracts the Owners, Senior Management and other staff of Resorts, Hotels, Guest Houses, Safari Boat Operators and Owners, Restaurants and Cafeterias to visit the Exhibition that showcases a wide range of products and services offered by International and Local companies to the Tourism Industry of Maldives.

With more than 110 stalls represented by more than 50 companies from Local, Regional and International demonstrating their products and services to the Hospitality Industry of Maldives makes it the largest gathering of the Industry in the Maldives. Food & Beverage, Kitchen Equipments and Systems, Amenities, Cutleries and Crockery, Furniture and many more product ranges that required by the Hospitality Industry are been presented and offered.

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The is organized in association with Faculty of Hospitality and Tourism Studies, Ministry of Tourism Arts and Culture, Ministry of Economic Development and Maldives National Chamber of Commerce and Industry.


FHAM International Culinary Challenge is the only Culinary Competition that is in compliance with the international body’s standards “World Association of Chefs and Societies (WACS)”, which makes it the only internationally recognized platform for Chefs Working in Maldives to demonstrate their skills and compete each other with the opportunity to be judged by WACS endorsed JURY and received Awards and Certificates certified by WACS.

The Competition is also the Official International Culinary Competition of the “Chefs Guilds of Maldives (CGM)” and is an event supported by the “Chefs Guilds of Lanka (CGL)”, Ministry of Tourism Arts and Culture of Maldives, Maldives National Chamber of Commerce and Industries (MNCCI) and Faculty of Hospitality and Tourism Studies of the University of Maldives.

The International Culinary Challenge generally consists of 15 to 20 different classes for the chefs to participate and there has been more than 450 participants from more than 50 different resorts and hotels operating in Maldives taking part in the event annually.

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