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Australian government issues lowers travel advisory for Sri Lanka

Australian government issues lowers travel advisory for Sri Lanka Australian government has updated their travel advisories its degree on Sri Lanka. up to level 1, which is the highest level in the Australian Travel Advisories. it is another positive turning point in the tourism industry. The travel advisory is periodically updated by the …

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JLL Releases Report On Sri Lanka’s Hospitality Industry

Sunil Subramanian, Head – Transactions, Roopa George – Assistant Vice President, Hotels and Hospitality Group, Ms. Gagan Singh, Chairperson – Jones Lang LaSalle Sri Lanka and Mandeep Lamba, Managing Director – JLL Hotels & Hospitality Group Pearl of the Indian Ocean now targeting 2.2 million tourist arrivals in 2016 Leading …

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Sri Lanka identifies China as a priority market for tourism

Sri Lanka identifies China as a priority market for tourism In working toward Sri Lanka’s goal to attract 2.5 million tourists by 2016, Chinawill play an important role, particularly being the largest outbound tourism market in the world. More than 83 million Chinese citizens reportedly traveled abroad as tourists last …

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Hambantota to become MICE destination

Hambantota to become MICE destination Tourism authorities are in the process of promoting Hambantota as a MICE (Meetings,Incentives,Conferences and Events) destination in the South Asian region. The Sri Lanka Conventions Bureau is in discussions with organizers of conferences and exhibitions scheduled for this year to explore the possibility of shifting …

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Environment Ministry to designate areas for safe sea bathing

Environment Ministry to designate areas for safe sea bathing The Ministry of Environment and Renewable Energy of Sri Lanka plans to designate areas around the country safe for people to sea bathe. The Marine Environment Protection Authority (MEPA) under the purview of the Central Environmental Authority (CEA) will conduct water …

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