Sri Lanka may allow visa-free entry for Indian tourists soon – Livemint

Indians do not require a visa to travel to Nepal and Bhutan, at present. Photo: iStockphoto Colombo: Indian tourists visiting Sri Lanka may soon be exempted from visa requirement as the government is mulling granting visa -free entry to visitors from countries like India and China, Sri Lanka’s tourism minister John Amaratunga said today. He […]

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Sri Lanka: Tourist Arrivals Up 6% In July

The total number of tourist arrivals to Sri Lanka during July 2018 was 217,829. In comparison to July last year, there is a growth of 6% when the arrivals were 205,482. The largest source market for tourists in July was India, followed by China and United Kingdom. As at July 31, 1,382,476 tourists had visited […]

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Unlocking the secret of the world’s coolest fort: Exploring Sri Lanka’s latest hotel opening, with curry chicken … – Daily Mail

Porridge is my breakfast of choice, perked up with berries and ground almonds if I’m feeling a bit daring. But what would it be like to have something more exotic at 8am – a zingy, tongue-tingling curry perhaps? Chicken curry hoppers caught my eye on the breakfast menu at the new boutique Fort Bazaar hotel […]

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Mobitel partners LDR Technologies to launch LocoMole Sri Lanka to boost Tourism – Daily Mirror

Official launch of the LocoMole Sri Lanka App by Hon. John Amaratunga (middle) – Minister of Tourism and Christian Religious Affairs along with Mr. Pin Bee Hin – Managing Director, LDR Singapore Pte Ltd and Dr. Hugo Wisidagama – Consultant/Director, LDR Technologies Lanka Pvt ltd at Mobitel Xstation Sri Lanka’s national mobile service provider, Mobitel, […]

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