Seen In The City blogger Natasha Colyer couldn’t have been more charmed by Amari Galle, “a place of tranquillity in a city of rural charm and unrivalled beauty, lush green landscape and bustling towns and picturesque shores with dusty sands”.
Emirates Woman magazine boasts 35 years of celebrating women—and this month it celebrates Sri Lanka as a great place for Emirates women to chill, relax and have a good time.
A leading Arab and Middle East financial website is spotlighting Sri Lanka’s premier hospitality group Jetwing for having the first hotel to be fully certified by VeggieHotels.
If you don’t already know that Sri Lanka is one of this year’s hottest global tourist destinations, you haven’t been paying attention. And for those who haven’t already had a heady taste of our Paradise island, here’s a quick rundown from Tourism4You.
The ‘babymoon’ is what comes after the honeymoon, those precious few months before joyful expectation collides head-on with exhaustion, weight gain, and fractious fathers. And what better place than Sri Lanka for such a joyous occasion?
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24 hours soaking up the timeless heritage of Kandy, Sri Lanka’s ancient royal capital, is time well spent
A relatively quiet and undeveloped beach, with good sands. The waves can be quite large, making it good for surfing, however swimming can be dangerous.
A bevy of buxom Miss England beach babes made a big splash in Sri Lanka when they sizzled amidst sand and surf during a recent flying visit to our tropical paradise island.
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Sri Lanka’s ‘Capital City of the Indian Ocean’ prepares to host the 9th Fairway Galle Literary Festival
Galle Fort on Sri Lanka’s epically picturesque south coast is not only a renowned UNESCO World Heritage site, but also home to our equally famed four-day Fairway Galle Literary Festival (FGLF).
Colombo National Museum’s magnificent Italianate architecture houses a wealth of cultural and natural history
The building of Sri Lanka’s magnificent national museum in Colombo began under British rule in 1872, and was opened in all its glory in 1877. A beautiful 9th-century stone Buddha dominates the entrance with its presence, seemingly inviting you to view the collection of antique demon masks and 19th-century reproductions of English paintings of Sri Lanka.
There are examples of the genius of Geoffrey Bawa, Sri Lanka’s famed master of tropical modernism, throughout the island in the shape of boutique hotels and private houses. But perhaps his most cherished and long-lasting legacy will be Lunuganga, his own house and amazing ‘indoors-outdoors’ garden estate in Bentota.
8 UNESCO World Heritage Sites
Hundreds of revellers gathered at W15 in Weligama recently for their annual beach party. A great time had by all!