Travel & Tourism

EditorNovember 17, 2017
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From the stretches of sandy shores enclosing the coastal towns, to the sights of daring locals diving into the deep waters off the Flag Rock in Galle which was once a Portuguese bastion, the South of Sri Lanka consists of some of the most scenic and picturesque locations. Over the years, locations in the South of the country have seen an increasing number of visitors. Along with the increase of the tourist’sarrivals to the South, events organized in these locations have also increased.

From the beach parties to literary festivals these events are multi-faceted. The newest trend however among tourists and Sri Lankans living abroad is destination weddings. Destination weddings are usually held in exotic locations such as a pristine beach, a blooming garden or a beautiful vineyard. They are not only a celebration of the couple tying the knot, but also of the beauty of nature and the customs of the location chosen for the big day.

Cocoon Resort and Villas, Induruwa which was recently awarded the Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence for a third time is located on a hill in the midst of a former cinnamon plantation in Induruwa. Surrounded by lush greenery and perfectly landscaped gardens, the Cocoon Resort and VillaInduruwa, is made up of a fusion of buildings displaying old colonial architecture and modern designs. With landscaped gardens and a cosy pool-side for small ceremonies the resort has multiple options for a picturesque setting for a wedding.

For those who wish to celebrate their special day under the natural light of day or when the sun is setting, or even under a starry night sky, the resort has the ability to accommodate many whims and fancies.

What’s even greater is that the newlyweds don’t have to go anywhere else for their honeymoon. The villa consists of 3 exclusive Grand Villas, 7 Luxury Villas and 16 ‘Silk’ Rooms, a spa, outdoor pool and fitness center, and free Wi-Fi. Each of these stylish villas comes equipped with an attached lounge area and an en suite bathroom with a relaxing hot tub. For relaxation in-room a DVD player and flat-screen satellite TV is also available.


EditorNovember 16, 2017
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Colombo, Sri Lanka,16 November 2017 – Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts celebrated the opening of Shangri-La Hotel, Colombo with an inauguration ceremony that signalled the city’s most highly anticipated hotel launch in nearly 30 years.

The official opening was graced by His Excellency Maithripala Sirisena, President of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka and Honourable Ranil Wickremesinghe, Prime Minister of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka, ministers of the government of Sri Lanka, key representatives of Shangri-La’s owners and management, other dignitaries, diplomats, government officials and business partners.

The ceremony entailed the cutting of the ribbon to mark new beginnings and the unveiling of the plaque by His Excellency Maithripala Sirisena, the President of Sri Lanka. To signify the symbolic merging of two countries, China and Sri Lanka, rituals from both cultures to mark prosperity were performed. Dotting of the lion’s eye in Chinese culture is believed to herald good luck and good fortune, whilst the age-old tradition of lighting the oil lamp marks auspicious new beginnings in Sri Lanka.

The ceremony also saw the hotel’s first guest check-ins by Jacqueline Fernandez, the internationally acclaimed Sri Lankan actress, and two of China’s most prominent influencers, Mr. Fan Yi Ren and Ms. Lu Lu.

Located at the exclusive One Galle Face address, Shangri-La Hotel, Colombo marks the group’s second foray into Sri Lanka – a year-round destination where beaches, heritage and cultural sites, nature and wildflife viewing are part of the unique island experiences. Offering a new perspective of the city are the hotel’s 500 guestrooms and suites, and 41 serviced apartments with uninterrupted views of the Indian Ocean, Beira Lake and the city skyline.

The modern guestrooms’ colour combination of teal and brown reflect their coastal surroundings. Rooms range in size from 42 square metres to 210 square metres and are luxuriously styled in marble, silk and Sri Lankan touches to complement the magnificent vistas.

Positioned on the top three floors of the hotel are Horizon Club rooms, which include benefits such as in-room check-in and check-out, breakfast, cocktails, dedicated Club Concierge service and access to the Horizon Club Lounge on the 32nd floor – the city’s only exclusive lounge with views of the ocean.

Created to convey a sophisticated residence in the city, the hotel’s 34 suites each come with a personal butler and access to the Horizon Club Lounge. The three, one-bedroom Specialty Suites overlook the Indian Ocean, while the Shangri-La Suite is the largest, at 210 square metres, with three bedrooms and unparalleled sea views.

Long-stay residents can take advantage of 41 one or two-bedroom serviced apartments featuring a fully equipped kitchen and living room.

Set to enhance Colombo’s dining scene and offer guests a multi‐faceted lifestyle hotspot are the hotel’s six restaurants and bars. Table One, named after the hotel’s prestigious address at One Galle Face, showcases interactive cooking stationsuniquely themed around cooking techniques. Appointed with distinctive cinnamon stick detailing on the ceiling and tree inspired features, the dining space is open daily from morning to midnight.

The hotel is also home to Shangri-La’s renowned Shang Palace Chinese restaurant, which is decoratively inspired by China’s traditional Siheyuan houses and featuresold wooden beams that were once part of these historical residences. Taking centre stage in the restaurant is a custom-made duck oven where all duck orders are wood-firedthen carved table-side. In addition to a curated menu of traditional cuisine from Sichuan, Dongbei and Canton, Shang Palacealso boasts an open dim sum kitchen, a market style crab kitchen and private dining room.

Stylish and elegant, the 204-seat Capital Bar &Grill serves steaks, grilled seafoodand the city’s most extensive whisky selection. Guests can expect four ambiences– a buzzing and energetic bar with live jazz performances; “The White Room” for private dining; the vibrant “Blue Room” with a show kitchen; and alfresco dining on the breezy terrace.

Kaema Sutra, a Sri Lankan themed restaurant and bar led by Colombo’s celebrity chef Dharshan Munidasa,highlights the evolution of Sri Lankan cuisine using the island’s aromatic spices, rich ingredients, traditional cooking techniques and influences from various

regions. The space, dressed with intricately carved elephants and vibrant masks depicting folktales also offers an airy outdoor area framed by tiki torches to create a tropical island feel.

At the Sapphyr Lounge, afternoon tea is meticulously prepared by tea sommeliers and served with jewel shaped treats in celebration of the country’s moniker, ‘Gem Island’.

Shangri-La Hotel, Colombo’s facilities continue with the largest event portfolio in Sri Lanka.  Over 3,500 square metres of space including two ballrooms, an outdoor lawn and several function rooms can host up to 3,000 guests. Intended to appeal to large conferences and events, and complement the island’s attraction as one of Asia’s top MICE destinations alongside Bangkok and Singapore, the property is perfect for weddings, social functions and gala dinners, and offers Shangri-La Events Collection expertise and benefits, to create memorable curated experiences and bespoke incentives.

With a focus on wellbeing, CHI, The Spa offers seven treatment rooms and a selection of traditional Sri Lankan and East Asian therapies. For those seeking serenity and the opportunity to unwind, the warm temperatures on the hotel’s spectacular sun terrace or the large swimming pool overlooking the Indian Ocean and Galle Face Green are hard to resist. A 24-hour Health Club and recreational activities for kids at the Cool Zone are also available.

For guests, Shangri-La Hotel, Colombo unlocks the most vibrant and undiscovered experiences in the city, with a collection of bespoke cultural and historical tours providing privileged access to places that are not on conventional tourist maps, namely front-row seats at cricket matches, specially curated sunset heritage walks, meetings with Sri Lankan artists and even private previews at the city’s top jewellers. For more information and reservations, telephone +960 689 7888, e-mail reservations.slcb@shangri-la.com or visit www.shangri-la.com/colombo.

Shangri-La Hotel, Colombo is part of the first phase opening of a 10-acre mixed-use development along Galle Face Promenade. The site incorporates an office tower offering 60,000 square metresof premium office space, two residential towers with 390 apartments,and a high-end shopping mall carrying emerging home-grown and international high-street brands across seven floors of shopping, dining and entertainment.

Hong Kong-based Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts currently operates over 100 hotels with a room inventory of over 41,000. Shangri-La hotels are five-star deluxe properties featuring extensive luxury facilities and services. Shangri-La hotels are located in Australia, Canada, mainland China, Fiji, France, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Maldives, Mauritius, Mongolia, Myanmar, Philippines, Qatar, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Sultanate of Oman, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates and the United Kingdom. The group has a substantial development pipeline with upcoming projects in Australia, mainland China, Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia and Sri Lanka. For more information, please visit www.shangri-la.com.


EditorNovember 15, 2017
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In a world where life is a rat race, a good cup of coffee has gradually evolved into a vital part of our lives. Everyone from workaholics to students and even the artistic ones often look to a finely brewed cup of coffee to provide them with a boost of energy to either kick start their day, a dose of inspiration or a means to wind down after a hard day’s work. With a coffee culture that has evolved into a lifestyle in the city of Colombo, the city’s favourite coffee house chain Barista through its signature outlet Café Mocha is extending its menu to include comfort food to go with your preferred Lavazza coffee.

Café Mocha by Barista is now a part of Stratford Avenue’s budding “art scene” with Gandhara and many other artisan outlets opening doors in the vicinity. To keep with the theme, the café has adopted minimal lighting, stone finish bare walls that give it a rustic look, the likes of John Lennon, Che Guerra and Audrey Hepburn adorning the walls and of course the distinct aroma of freshly brewed coffee.

Unlike a regular coffee chain outlet, Café Mocha boasts more seating and an environment that is great to hang out with friends after work.Café Mocha is today a buzzing hub where great coffee and great food combines with sincere service and the right ambiance. Café Mocha is home to an extensive menu that offers a wide range of delicacies and the latest additions come all “wrapped up” in wholesome goodness.

Topping the new range of wraps is a combination of Chicken and Apple Slaw packed in to a paper thin wrap. The Grilled Chicken Wrap is the spicier version of the two with large chunks of grilled chicken and the works.

For those who prefer baguettes to wraps, Café Mocha is also introducing several new baguette sandwiches to their famous sandwich range. The Chicken Salami Baguette is a must-try for those folks who love indulging in a protein filled meal. If you’re preference is seafood then the Caribbean Style Tuna Baguette or the Tropical Prawn Baguette will definitely satisfy your taste buds. Café Mocha doesn’t leave out the ever-growing vegetarian population either with a Fried Tofu Baguette. These new wraps and sandwiches are not only delicious and satisfying but will also be easy on the wallet at prices between 450-550 rupees.

Café Mocha remains open till 11pm on weekdays and midnight on weekends which is one of the biggest plus points for those who get hungry a little later on in to the night. Coupled with some of the friendliest waiters and award-winning baristas Café Mocha by Barista is a one of a kind café experience.

For more information please call 0719 999922 or visit the café at Stratford Avenue, Colombo 6.


EditorNovember 13, 2017
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Sri Lanka’s largest online travel company Findmyfare Pvt Ltd has emerged the winner in multiple categories at the recently concluded South Asian Travel Awards 2017, held at Equator Village in Addu City, Maldives.

In recognition of its truly innovative offerings, Findmyfare was honored with awards for “Leading Travel Technology, South Asia”, “Leading Travel Technology, Sri Lanka”, “Leading Tour Operator, Sri Lanka” and “Leading Travel Agent, Sri Lanka” in 2017.

Held for the second consecutive year, the South Asian Travel Awards are highly coveted regional awards, which are the first to be endorsed by multi-national tourism and travel associations in South Asia. The overarching goal of the Awards are to raise industry standards, and even service levels, across this region. Significantly, this year saw over 450 nominees, more than double the number in 2016 that represented organizations from the Maldives, India, Nepal, Bhutan and Sri Lanka. The Awards were presented in over 40 categories comprising areas such as travel agencies, tour operators, full service airlines, low cost airlines, adventure tourism and hotels.

Commenting on his company’s outstanding performance at these prestigious awards, Abishek Sithampalam, Director of Findmyfare, said, “Findmyfare is pleased to be honored once again for our best-in-class technology that has positively impacted so many by making it easier to travel. This the second year we have been adjudged the best in South Asia for our technology.”

Further, he additionally noted that Findmyfare’s expertise as a tour operator and travel agent was also recognized for the first time. A major milestone for the company that was continually broadening its reach beyond Sri Lanka.

Since its launch in 2012, Findmyfare Pvt Ltd has become Sri Lanka’s ultimate one-stop travel shop, providing the best travel deals available in the market-place. Its website, www.findmyfare.com, allows customers to search, compare and book affordable flights and hotels around the world. The company was also the very first in Sri Lanka to provide an online reservations system that enabled customers to confirm bookings without submitting a credit card payment. All the features of this website are also designed to make the process of researching, choosing and paying for a holiday as simple, easy and convenient as possible.

 


EditorNovember 10, 2017
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For thousands of years mankind has wondered about the creatures that roam the seas. As if the seas of our planet are a kind of parallel universe, a place of wonder, where exquisite beings dwell and giants dance and sing among the waves.

The whale species has been known to have first come into existence over 40 million years ago, with its largest member, the great blue whale being larger than any known dinosaur. Despite their enormous size whales have proven themselves to be extremely nimble; with a wingspan greater than any jumbo jet, these mammals are extraordinary acrobats. Whales are generally believed to be timid and shy creatures that are very aware of their surroundings and sensitive to any disturbance.

The famed music of the whales is made up of a series of precise rhythmic patterns of sound. The songs of the humpback whales, identified during World War II and released to the public following the end of those turbulent times, inspired thousands of people of many nations to come together and support the ban on whale-killing. However, a number of members of the whale family and other marine animals are still on the endangered list and sightings of these magnificent creatures are rare.

A certain little island in the middle of the Indian Ocean however, has become known to be the permanent home of a number of whale species and other marine mammals such as dolphins, porpoises and dugongs. While in other parts of the world whales are known to migrate during particular seasons of the year, those that inhabit the sea surrounding Sri Lanka seem to be quite content to stay where they are, much to the bafflement of marine biologists and experts.

F-Air, a recognized domestic airline and fully owned subsidiary of Fairway Holdings (Pvt) Ltd, has recently introduced an alternate way of whale-watching – by air. This manner of whale watching is a means by which, guests are able to get an excellent view of the true size and majesty of the largest mammal ever to roam the earth and a number of other elusive sea-dwellers, without causing any disturbance to the animals in their natural habitat.

A total of 7 flights will take off during the course of each day of the weekend, flying over the coast of Koggala, towards whale-inhabited waters. Guests will also be able to enjoy an informative pre-briefing session conducted by experts in the field of Marine Biology.

Those interested may find all necessary information via the F-Air website, an email to info@f-air.lk or by calling 076420444/011432476.


EditorNovember 8, 2017
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Colombo, Sri Lanka (November 08, 2017): Over 150 years of history and heritage later, the Galle Face Hotel continues to lead culinary trends in Sri Lanka. With a focus on promoting clean eating, the iconic hotel has now introduced a special Vegan Week from the 13th to the 17th of November 2017.

This novel initiative is among the first of its kind to make an appearance on Colombo’s food scene, which over the years has acquired a unique identity of its own while still keeping up with global culinary trends. Veganism has taken the world by storm as a movement that is centred on healthy, plant-based eating and perhaps more importantly, it has been shown to have a positive impact on our planet. There is a growing understanding of the environmental cost of meat production and other agricultural issues which makes the idea of a vegetable-driven diet more attractive and, for some, also the responsible thing to do.

Guests will be treated to a completely vegan experience, free from any animal products used in food preparation or presentation. “With the increasing interest on healthy living and widespread awareness on sustainably sourced products, the Galle Face Hotel wanted to introduce Vegan Week in order to do our part in promoting this movement. We also introduced this initiative to be more inclusive and cater to the growing community of vegans here in Colombo” stated Mr. Deni Ohlsen-Dukic, General Manager, The Galle Face Hotel. The events are open to anyone interested in trying out vegan food. “It is possible to eat a completely plant-based diet which is not only healthy but delicious!” added Ohlsen-Dukic.

Walk in Vegan Culinary Workshop

Vegan Week at the Galle Face Hotel kicks off with a culinary workshop on November 13th from 6 to 8 p.m. The workshop will be hosted by Chef Tora who flew in from Sweden for this especially curated Vegan Week. As a food and meal scientist, Chef Tora will provide information on veganism and share recipes for clean eating. The workshop will be conducted in partnership with the Sri Lanka Youth Climate Action Network (SLYCAN). The workshop will also touch on a global movement called #MeatlessMondays which has a very simple message: once a week, cut the meat. Chef Tora will talk to guests about how going meatless as little as once a week can affect the health of our planet.

Vegan Cocktail

On November 17th, the Galle Face Hotel will treat guests to a completely Vegan cocktail event with all-natural nibbles, and dessert. Chef Tora has paid meticulous attention to the food in order to give guests the best experience possible. The ingredients are cruelty-free and locally sourced, with all natural products used for flavour and colour.

For reservations, please call (+94) 777 222 135 / (+94) 112 541 010 or email specialevents@gallefacehotel.net


EditorNovember 8, 2017
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Colombo, Sri Lanka (November 08, 2017): Over 150 years of history and heritage later, the Galle Face Hotel continues to lead culinary trends in Sri Lanka. With a focus on promoting clean eating, the iconic hotel has now introduced a special Vegan Week from the 13th to the 17th of November 2017.

This novel initiative is among the first of its kind to make an appearance on Colombo’s food scene, which over the years has acquired a unique identity of its own while still keeping up with global culinary trends. Veganism has taken the world by storm as a movement that is centred on healthy, plant-based eating and perhaps more importantly, it has been shown to have a positive impact on our planet. There is a growing understanding of the environmental cost of meat production and other agricultural issues which makes the idea of a vegetable-driven diet more attractive and, for some, also the responsible thing to do.

Guests will be treated to a completely vegan experience, free from any animal products used in food preparation or presentation. “With the increasing interest on healthy living and widespread awareness on sustainably sourced products, the Galle Face Hotel wanted to introduce Vegan Week in order to do our part in promoting this movement. We also introduced this initiative to be more inclusive and cater to the growing community of vegans here in Colombo” stated Mr. Deni Ohlsen-Dukic, General Manager, The Galle Face Hotel. The events are open to anyone interested in trying out vegan food. “It is possible to eat a completely plant-based diet which is not only healthy but delicious!” added Ohlsen-Dukic.

Walk in Vegan Culinary Workshop

Vegan Week at the Galle Face Hotel kicks off with a culinary workshop on November 13th from 6 to 8 p.m. The workshop will be hosted by Chef Tora who flew in from Sweden for this especially curated Vegan Week. As a food and meal scientist, Chef Tora will provide information on veganism and share recipes for clean eating. The workshop will be conducted in partnership with the Sri Lanka Youth Climate Action Network (SLYCAN). The workshop will also touch on a global movement called #MeatlessMondays which has a very simple message: once a week, cut the meat. Chef Tora will talk to guests about how going meatless as little as once a week can affect the health of our planet.

 

Vegan Cocktail

On November 17th, the Galle Face Hotel will treat guests to a completely Vegan cocktail event with all-natural nibbles, and dessert. Chef Tora has paid meticulous attention to the food in order to give guests the best experience possible. The ingredients are cruelty-free and locally sourced, with all natural products used for flavour and colour.

For reservations, please call (+94) 777 222 135 / (+94) 112 541 010


EditorNovember 6, 2017
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Concur®, an SAP company and the world’s leading provider of travel, expense and invoice management solutions, this week announced an intention to accelerate financial transformation and automation in Spend Management for Sri Lanka. The announcement was made at an event exclusively for CFOs and CIOs of Sri Lanka’s leading corporates held in Negombo.

In a digital mobile economy, where employee spend has become diverse, unaccountable & unmanageable, it is crucial for modern finance leaders to manage business finances more effectivelytoreduce costs and increase control & transparency in business transactions. The event provided CFOs & CIOs with deep insights on derivingaccurate, consolidated and current data to drive savings and reduce risk across the entire business. Concur, with its cutting-edge technology suite, enables organizations to automate the process of business expense, invoicing and spend management.

“While today’s businesses are well on their path to go digital, the bottom line remains critical across the offices of the CFO,” said Richard McLean, Regional Chief Financial Officer, SAP Asia Pacific Japan. “CFOs must keep up with the accelerated pace of change in the business, analyzing financial and performance data quickly to derive instant insights to enable right decisions at the right time. Concur addresses enterprises by helpingautomate the spendmanagement process that canincrease productivity &revenue. Our aim is to help companies in their journey towards financial transformation.”

“Sri Lanka currently has around USD 1 billion spending on business travel[1], which is likely to increase manifold by 7-9% in the coming years[2]. With the changing market dynamics and the need to automate business processes, we see a significant growth potential in this market. We seek to leverage our strategic foothold as the country’s main software solution provider for business travel, invoice and expense management”, said Neeraj Dotel, Managing Director, Concur.

[1]World Travel and Tourism Council Report: https://www.wttc.org/-/media/files/reports/economic-impact-research/2017-documents/global-economic-impact-and-issues-2017.pdf

[2]BCD Travel Monitor: https://www.bcdtravel.com/move-global/market-monitor-sri-lanka/

 


EditorNovember 1, 2017
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Colombo, Sri Lanka (October 27, 2017): South Asia’s leading Grande Dame, the Galle Face Hotel recently celebrated two years since their historic renovation of the property. The 30-month restoration was the first of this scale in the hotel’s 150 year legacy.

The restoration project covered the North Wing’s 72 rooms and suites, restaurants and bars, lobby, ballrooms and executive lounge. The restoration was the most significant ever for the iconic property, which was opened in 1864 by four British entrepreneurs. Its North Wing’s rooms were completely re-imagined for the 21st century; an ocean view executive lounge, The Long Room spanning 25 metres was added for well-heeled suite guests; and a new conservatory with towering arched doors now links the Grand Ballroom with the Jubilee Ballroom.

“We are delighted to be celebrating two years since our restoration. It was a huge and challenging project – we had to complete it to perfection while preserving the hotel as a heritage property and yet upgrading it to modern standards,” remarked Mr. Deni Ohlsen-Dukic, General Manager, The Galle Face Hotel.

The restoration stripped every room to the bone, and brought back each with striking new interiors and classic mahogany furnishings. Stylish grey marble cases the bathroom walls. Private balconies with sea views now jut from 21 rooms. The room sizes range from 26 square metres (280 square feet) to 60 square metres (645 square feet) studios that feature a separate living room and workspace.

Many sources point to the Galle Face as the oldest hotel east of the Suez still in operation today. Its handwritten guest book includes a long list of heads of state and royalty, as well as popular figures like Vivien Leigh of ‘Gone with the Wind’ fame and Sir Arthur C. Clarke, who spent a year living in the hotel while writing the final chapters of ‘3001: The Final Odyssey’.

The hotel since its beginnings in 1864 has been a heritage property for many years. With the completion of this historic restoration, the Galle Face Hotel has endeavoured to embrace and celebrate its rich history while catering to tomorrow’s traveler and continues to stand as one of the most storied hotels in all Asia.


EditorOctober 28, 2017
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Sri Lanka’s first ever dedicated performance arts center for tourists is to open on the banks of the historic Diyawanna Oya on the outskirts of Colombo next month. The state of the art Sri Dharanee Performance Theatre fills a huge vacuum in Sri Lanka’s cultural entertainment sector, where tourists will be treated to high quality performances of traditional Sri Lanka dance forms on a scheduled basis. Located in a scenic spot ideally suited to the arts, the massive facility has been constructed on the lines of similar attractions in cities such as Bangkok, Singapore, and Tokyo.

Tourism Development Minister John Amaratunga who was the Chief Guest at a media conference to announce the opening of the performance theatre, noted that it would help ‘place Sri Lanka’s tourism product offering on par with international standards’. Combined with the charm and scenic beauty of the historic Diyawanna Oya, the Waters’ Edge recreational complex, restaurants and adjacent shopping attractions, Sri Dharanee Performance Theatre will help create a tourism enclave in close proximity to Colombo.



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