Don’t ask what this is all about, because it’s a bit of a mystery. Check out the blog, and you’ll see why. All we can glean is that young Jessica travels the world modelling nifty outfits for an outfit called tuula. This this time she’s in Sri Lanka, and if you like great pics of pretty young blondes modelling nifty outfits in exotic locations, this is for you.
Monthly Archive: June 2016
The beauty and serenity of Sri Lanka’s famed Hill Country and Central Highlands are renowned counterpoints to the hustle, bustle and maritime madness of our renowned beaches. Which is why Newspaper, the blog and catchup for high-end techy business types, has focused a travel-section roundup on five of the region’s prime destinations.
Creating pleasure-boat marinas to help promote Sri Lanka’s ongoing tourism drive is a prime focus of the upcoming Boat Show & Fisheries Exhibition Sri Lanka 2016. It will showcase the best of our boatbuilding expertise in the leisure pleasure markets, particularly those devoted to whale-watching, sport fishing and diving.
Delicious street food and Sri Lanka go together, nowhere more so than at the various Nana’s to be found clustered along the seafront at Galle Face Green in Colombo. There’s much else that makes Sri Lanka’s street food cornucopia such and amazing experience, of course, including handy snacks made from just about anything it’s possible to cook and serve.
The capital of Sri Lanka is forging a new identity. Once bedevilled by the country’s long-running civil war, now a fashion designer, a celebrity chef and an Australian expat will show you why this forward-looking tropical metropolis has become the fastest growing city destination in the world. See what they love about this remarkable place.
To some, one man’s luxury is nothing more than vulgar extravagance designed to impress rather than bestow a tangible benefit. Let’s face it, who actually needs gold bath taps? But the travel and leisure business is different. Luxury is still in the eye of the beholder, but the extravagance really does make a difference.
Asia-Pacific (APAC) countries, Sri Lanka included, are the major drivers of world tourism technologies, according to a new report. This dominance, and the region’s lead in travel consumption and services, is also why it leads the world in travel technology innovation.
Dengue is the fastest-growing mosquito-borne disease in the world, and combatting it is now a major concern for tropical tourism destinations, including as Sri Lanka. Now the Asian Dengue Vaccination Advocacy (ADVA) has launched a new measure to combat the disease.