Roar Life reports that “Sri Lanka’s colonial history is not only written in books, but also in the country’s cityscapes. Among the many colonial legacies that we inherited, architecture is one to be particularly proud of.”
Monthly Archive: October 2017
The CISF website notes that “Sri Lanka’s a culture and heritage paves the way for the manufacture of intricate handicrafts that are renowned for their beauty and craftsmanship the world over.
The somewhat bizarrely named Beach Don’t Kill My Vibe blog, written by chippy English northerner Helen, has five entertaining posts this month on the delights and vagaries of our paradise island.
Irish Times writer Gemma Tipton describes her recent visit to Sri Lanka and stay at the Owl And The Pussycat hotel in the ancient souther city of Galle as “heaven on Earth”.
Amazing pictures of Sri Lanka’s Vedda aboriginal tribespeople have been published on Instagram by acclaimed Lebanese photographer Omar Reda after a recent visit to the island.
The magic of Sri Lanka’s traditional music, dance and drama will be on show for tourists and visitors at the Sri Dharanee Performance Theatre on the banks of the historic Diyawanna Oya outside the capital Colombo.
The luxurious new ‘eco-chic’ Club Med Ceylon resort scheduled to open in 2019 will offer “a slice of upscale refinement and active rejuvenation amidst its lush vegetation and sun-kissed beach”.
Tourist arrivals in Sri Lanka will be boosted by growing numbers of Chinese and Indian visitors, according to Fitch rating experts reported in the Daily News.