American bloggers Eliot Peper and Drea Castillo rave about the street food in Sri Lanka’s “foodie paradise” capital Colombo, “which also turned out to be a fashion hub”. Menu toppers included kottu, “a seriously loud dish of chopped up rotti, loads of veggies and usually egg and chicken”.
A Life Less Ordinary, a podcast website, “looks at the journeys of Asia’s extraordinary individuals. For the first season of our show, we went to Sri Lanka, and talked to innovators, creators, thought leaders, adventurers and misfits”.
Wonder Woman actress Gal Gadot has jumped to the defence of two young women in Sri Lanka after they Twittermocked for attending a comic convention dressed as the iconic heroine .
The Cuture Trip website is hailing some of the amazing fashion talent to be found in Sri Lanka creating ethically-sourced fabrics, boho prints, brightly coloured batiks, and fun, sun-loving designs.
Being shoeless in Hawaiian led Heather Shuster hot-foot to Sri Lanka—and a Kickstarter campaign to fund unique eco-friendly flip-flops made from our top-quality natural rubber.
Hikkaduwa on Sri Lanka’s west coast is renowned as a party beach, so who better to write about it than a ditzy marketing lady who works for a glitzy fashion portal? Bijal Soni heads the PR department at Namshi.com, the self-proclaimed “Middle East’s number one online fashion retailer”.