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|Capital island of South Thiladhunmathi Atoll|
|Geographic atoll||Thiladhummathi Atoll|
|Administrative atoll||Haa Dhaalu Atoll|
|Distance to Malé||274.15 km (170.35 mi)|
|• Length||2.900 km (1.802 mi)|
|• Width||1.800 km (1.118 mi)|
|Time zone||MST (UTC+05:00)|
In the years 1812, 1819 and 1921, the island was affected by heavy rains and storms, causing substantial damage. The island was also affected during the Key Lakunu storm.
Kulhudhuffushi includes 7 schools.
|2||Kulhudhuffushi||Ameer Ameen School||Pre-School||c. 1944|
|3||Kulhudhuffushi||H.Dh Atoll Education Centre / AEC||Primary School, Grades 1-7||March 9, 1979|
|4||Kulhudhuffushi||Afeefuddin School||Primary School, Grades 1 - 10||April 25, 2004|
|5||Kulhudhuffushi||Jalaluddin School||Secondary School,Grades 8 - 12||February 15, 1998|
|6||Kulhudhuffushi||Campus||Maldivian National University||2003|
Kulhudhuffushi Regional Hospital is an A-category hospital that serves the residents of the island and nearby islands.
Kulhudhuffushi is the economic capital of the northern Maldives. Residents of the city and surrounding settlements are mostly employed in the service or produce sectors; such as the local Saturday Market.
Azneem Ahmed qualified for the 100-meter sprint in the 2012 London Olympics. Kulhudhuffushi is regarded as the basketball champion of the Maldives. Adam Ismail was a footballer and martial artist. Football is the most widely played sport and the island holds the highest number of quality football grounds around the nation. The national 2015 President's Cup Group A matches were held in Kulhudhuffushi.
- "Population and Housing Census 2014: Preliminary Results - Revised" (PDF). National Bureau of Statistics. Retrieved December 23, 2015.
- 2015 President's Cup. Retrieved 20 March 2016.