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Old October 25th, 2011, 12:05 AM   #641
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Top hotel chains to invest here

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Several top global hotel chins have expressed interest to invest in Sri Lanka in the leisure sector, said Economic Development Minister Basil Rajapaksa.

He said Raffles Singapore is looking for a local partner to enter the Sri Lankan hospitality industry.

Doubletree by Hilton is looking to join with a local group to put up a cluster of star class hotels in Beruwela. Doubletree is a worldwide brand of upscale, full-service hotels and resorts trademarked by Hilton Worldwide. There are more than 220 locations with 55,000 rooms in the United States, Canada, Costa Rica, Peru, China, United Kingdom, Italy, Slovakia, Tanzania, Norway and India managed by Doubletree. Most hotels are independently owned and operated by franchisees; some are owned and/or managed by Hilton Worldwide.

He also disclosed that Sheraton is also keen on investing in Sri Lanka.

One of the leading hotel brands in the World, Shangri-La group which has invested in two properties in Sri Lanka will commence construction of their five star Galle Face property in January, the Minister said.
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Old October 26th, 2011, 12:40 AM   #642
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I don't see any Big brands in action except Hilton. Y create hype without a solid foundation.
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Old November 4th, 2011, 03:07 AM   #643
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Chaaya Wild Yala opens for business

Chaaya Wild Yala officially opened its doors last Tuesday. The resort which underwent a complete refurbishment and re-branding imprints its signature bordering Yala National Park.

The resort’s offerings stem from responsible tourism practices aimed at conserving and being one with its precious environs.

With over Rs 400 million investment the 66-chalet world class game lodge is placed in what is almost an extension of the Yala National Park with open boundaries to the surrounding wildlife.

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Old November 10th, 2011, 12:54 PM   #644
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Sri Lanka tourist arrivals hit new record high in 2011


A tourist looks at Buddha statues as she arrives at a temple in Colombo October 4, 2011. Credit: Reuters/Dinuka Liyanawatte

COLOMBO | Thu Nov 10, 2011 5:36am EST

(Reuters) - Sri Lanka's tourist arrivals in the first 10 months of the year has surpassed 2010's record as visitors to the island nation has continued to rise every month on a year-on-year basis since a 25-year civil war ended in May 2009.

Tourist arrivals in the first ten months of 2011 jumped 34.2 percent to 667,569 from a year earlier, higher than Sri Lanka's record annual tourist arrivals of 654,476 reached last year.

The arrivals rose 32.8 percent in October from a year earlier to 69,563.

The government is targeting annual revenue of $2.75 billion by 2016 from 2.5 million expected visitors attracted by Sri Lanka's beaches, hills and religious and historic sites, while aiming for $3 billion in foreign direct investment.

Sri Lanka has forecast 20 percent growth in visitor arrivals this year to more than 780,000 people. Last year, the industry grew at 46 percent. The island's tourism industry drew $1.2 billion for investment in the first half of 2011.

Tourism revenue, which jumped 64.8 percent in 2010 to a record $575.9 million, has risen 48.1 percent in the first nine months of this year from a year earlier to $580.1 million, central bank data shows.

* Sri Lanka aims to attract $2.7 billion in investment to upgrade its post-war tourism capacity.

* The hotel and travel index .CSEHT on the Colombo Stock Exchange has risen nearly fourfold since the end of the war.

* Tourism is one of the main foreign exchange earners for Sri Lanka's $50 billion economy along with remittances from expatriate workers, garments and tea.

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Old November 18th, 2011, 02:32 PM   #645
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The gathering of giants

BY: DINOO KELLEGHAN

The Australian November 19, 2011 12:00AM

EVERY year for centuries, as waterholes evaporate in the dry season, hundreds of elephants have drifted down Sri Lanka's northwest to an ancient reservoir in the Minneriya forests.

Even during the devastating 30-year civil war that ended in 2009, they made their way through 100sq km of mined forests and roadways, past secret Tamil Tiger tunnels, bristling army camps and thousands of fighting men, to find secure drinking water.

It seems extraordinary that they passed unobtrusively through a war zone, but leading conservationist Prithviraj Fernando has an explanation: "An elephant can be as secretive and quiet as a mouse and disappear into the forest like a ghost," he says.

The great journey for water reaches its peak in August-September; by then there are about 400, and possibly up to 700, elephants gathered around the 19sq km reservoir built by the god-king Mahasen in the third century AD and fed by one of the ancient world's engineering marvels, a 136km canal carrying water from Sri Lanka's bursting southern rivers to the parched north.

The Gathering, as the congregation is called, is listed by Lonely Planet as one of the 10 greatest wildlife spectacles.

FULL STORY: http://www.theaustralian.com.au/trav...-1226195967646
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Old November 18th, 2011, 10:48 PM   #646
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These rooms are awesome designed. Job well done by the architect.
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Old November 25th, 2011, 04:10 PM   #647
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Old December 15th, 2011, 09:41 AM   #649
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There is a new 25 floor hotel under construction at Greenpath by Sanken for John Keells and another proposed one for SoftLogic at Colpetty. Does any one have a render of these projects.

There are also some interesting casino hotel projects along Lake House Road, any renders.
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Old December 15th, 2011, 05:20 PM   #650
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There is a new 25 floor hotel under construction at Greenpath by Sanken for John Keells and another proposed one for SoftLogic at Colpetty. Does any one have a render of these projects.

There are also some interesting casino hotel projects along Lake House Road, any renders.
maybe tender...but y u need it when its a prvt projects..never heard of any other city hotels except by Sanken, Others are rumours and nothing definite.
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Old December 18th, 2011, 07:24 AM   #651
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A Bright Spot Emerges in Postwar Colombo, Sri Lanka



The scent has long since faded from Cinnamon Gardens, in the Sri Lankan capital of Colombo, just blocks from the Indian Ocean. During the South Asian nation’s long civil war, even Colombo’s toniest residential neighborhood suffered. Fanciful colonial mansions deteriorated along once grand avenues. Abandoned storefronts, too, were among the war’s collateral economic damage here. Since securing victory over the Tamil Tigers in 2009, though, President Mahinda Rajapaksa has applied his still strong arm to beautifying Colombo’s streets, beginning with those in this district. Sri Lankan fashion designers and artists have followed, many returning from abroad, while boutique hotels, like the 10-room Tintagel, and chic restaurants and cafes, like Coco Veranda, right, breathe new life into old haunts.


Sri Lankan artists like Prageeth Manohansa and Dumith Kulasekara, who show at this sleek spot owned by Ms. Fernando (at left), are now attracting serious attention from curious tourists as well as London gallerists. Prices, starting at 20,000 rupees, are on the rise as well.

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Old December 19th, 2011, 10:54 AM   #652
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Sri Lanka tourist arrivals top 800,000 by Dec 19

Dec 19, 2011 (LBO) - Sri Lanka greeted 800,000 tourists on December 19, up 33.1 percent from the 654,476 in the 12-months to December 2009, the island's tourist promotion office said.

The 800,000th tourist arrived from flight from UK, and was welcomed by top tourism officials, a statement said.

In November Sri Lanka topped the year-end target of 750,000 tourists, with a record 90,889 visitor coming during the month.

Officials say December arrivals may be about 100,000 visitors.

Sri Lanka is expecting 2.5 million visitors by 2016.

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Old December 30th, 2011, 03:22 PM   #653
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Sun City to invest $800 million in Sri Lanka tourism

By Shihar Aneez

COLOMBO | Fri Dec 30, 2011 8:22am EST

(Reuters) - South Africa's Sun City resort will invest $800 million in a tourism project in Sri Lanka, the head of the island nation's state-run Tourism Board said on Friday.

Sun City resort is run by South African gaming and hotels group Sun International Ltd (SUIJ.J).

It will be the largest ever investment in the country's leisure sector, which is booming since the end of a 25-year war in May 2009.

"Sun City of South Africa is now going to make an $800 million investment in a 200-acre private property," Nalaka Godahewa, head of the Tourism Board told Reuters in an interview.

The investment will be made on Sri Lanka's hotel city in Katana, a coastal town located 15 km north of the commercial capital, Colombo, he said.

"That decision is finalized. That is one of the biggest investment."

Elanza Joubert, Sun City Resort's deputy inventory manager at events and entertainment department, said in an e-mail response to Reuters questions that the company would not comment on the plan until the new year.

The government said in July it was expecting at least $1.5 billion in foreign investment in a proposed "tourist city" that includes four five-star hotels, shopping and a convention centre in Katana.

RECORD REVENUE, ARRIVALS

Sri Lanka has seen a remarkable rise in its post-war leisure industry with tourist arrivals expected hit a record 820,000 and revenue to rise to a record $800 million, jumping 25 percent and 39 percent from a year earlier, respectively.

"Next year, more than the number, we are concerned about the revenue. So the expectation is to hit $1 billion revenue and perhaps 950,000 arrivals," Godahewa said.

He expects 1.3 million tourist arrivals in 2013 and 1.6 million in 2014, gradually reaching the country's 2016 target of 2.5 million visitors with a target revenue of $1,000-$1,100 per tourist.

Godahewa also said the Tourism Board is seriously considering security issues after a British tourist was killed last week.

"We have asked the defence authorities and all the security establishments to be supportive in protecting tourists as it is going to be a $1 billion industry."

In January Sri Lanka signed agreements with Hong Kong-based Shangri La Asia (0069.HK) for a $500 million complex with high-end retail facilities, deluxe apartments and a 500-room luxury hotel in Colombo and a 300-room city resort on approximately 100 acres in Hambantota on the southern coast.

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Old January 3rd, 2012, 04:47 PM   #654
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Dilmah to create new luxury resort brand

Top tea producer steams ahead with expansion in tea, leisure sectors

The MJF Group which has Dilmah tea, reputed to be the largest single original pure Ceylon tea in the world, under its belt is expanding rapidly into leisure (currently the most lucrative sector) and widening its traditional tea sector base.

Plans are underway to expand its exclusive Ceylon Tea Trails brand with a fifth $2.5 million bungalow, expected to be ready for winter 2013. The Group’s maiden beach resort, the $25 million Cape Weligama in the south, has commenced construction and is expected to be ready by early 2013, according to MJF Group founder Chairman Merrill J. Fernando.

The group has a leisure land bank in the hill country, east coast and cultural triangle and is working on creating a Sri Lankan luxury resort brand with 5-6 more boutique resorts in the pipeline, apart from Tea Trails and Weligama properties.

Ceylon Tea Trails currently has four bungalows with a total of 20 rooms in a resort partnership with Bogawantalawa Tea Estates. The Weligama, 12 acre - 40 villa luxury resort is located on a 30 metre-cliff with stunning 270 degree ocean views. “Thanks to a reef and the southern facing, year round sea swimming is possible,” says Mr. Fernando.

Famous Thai Architect Lek Bunnag, who counts several Four Seasons and Ritz Carlton resorts to his credit, has designed Cape Weligama. Talking about his pet subject – tea, Mr. Fernando said although there has been a slowdown due to recession and turmoil globally, he expects demand to grow in 2012.

FULL ARTICLE: http://sundaytimes.lk/111211/BusinessTimes/bt01.html
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Old January 4th, 2012, 03:13 PM   #655
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Tourism in 2012

Published : 12:29 am January 3, 2012

AS expected, Sri Lanka’s tourism industry made a booming start to the New Year with the news that South Africa’s Sun City is planning to invest a hefty US$ 800 million in a massive project in Katana. This brings the total investment from large-scale foreign hotel projects to nearly US$ 2 billion, with Sheraton, Shangri-la, Moven Pick and even Singapore’s fabled Mustafa’s cashing in on the country’s tourism boom.

2012 began with Sri Lanka scrapping the visa on arrival scheme for 78 countries and charging fees for all visas, except for visitors from Singapore and Maldives. Since the visa fees were downgraded after concerns were expressed by the Indian High Commission, this change is not likely to have a deep effect on tourist numbers and will hopefully encourage more high-spending tourists. According to Central Bank data, the per capita income per tourist in still ending towards US$ 100 per day and it is hoped that 2012 is the year in which this situation will improve.

FULL ARTICLE: http://www.ft.lk/2012/01/03/tourism-in-2012/
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Sri Lanka 2011, December tourist arrivals hit record

Fri Jan 6, 2012 4:35am EST

By Shihar Aneez

COLOMBO, Jan 6 (Reuters) - Sri Lanka's tourist arrivals hit a record high in December and for 2011 as the island-nation attracted more visitors from across the world, largely high-spending Europe tourists, the government data showed on Friday.

Arrivals have climbed every month on a year-on-year basis since a 25-year civil war ended in May 2009.

Tourist arrivals in December hit a monthly record of 97,517, up 15.2 percent from a year earlier, surpassing the island nation's previous monthly peak of 90,889 in November.

Arrivals in 2011 jumped 30.8 percent to 855,975 from a year earlier, higher than Sri Lanka's previous record of 654,476 in 2010.

The government is targeting annual revenue of $2.75 billion by 2016 from 2.5 million expected visitors attracted by Sri Lanka's beaches, hills and religious and historic sites, while aiming for $3 billion in foreign direct investment.

Tourists from Western Europe jumped 22.7 percent to 315,210, accounting for 37 percent of the total tourists, while visitors from South Asia jumped 35.3 percent to 237,647, accounting for 28 percent of the total.

The total arrivals are well beyond the 2011 estimate of more than 780,000.

The tourism board expects 950,000 tourists in 2012 with a revenue of more than $1 billion, more than 20 percent from last year's estimated $800 million.

Last year, arrivals grew by 46 percent. The island's tourism industry drew $1.2 billion for investment in the first half of2011.

Tourism revenue, which jumped 64.8 percent in 2010 to a record $575.9 million, has risen 46.7 percent in the first 11 months of 2011 from a year earlier to $735.7 million, central bank data shows.

The following table shows tourist arrivals in Sri Lanka:

2011 2010 Change
(in %)
December 97,517 84,627 15.2
Jan-Dec 855,975 654,476 30.8


* The hotel and travel index on the Colombo Stock Exchange has risen nearly fourfold since the end of the war.

* Tourism is one of the main foreign exchange earners for Sri Lanka's $59 billion economy along with remittances from expatriate workers, garments and tea.

http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/...8C64D620120106

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Surge in tourism in Lanka, Indians retain top slot

Colombo, Jan 6 (PTI) There was a surge in the number of foreign visitors to Sri Lanka, with Indians being the largest group of holiday makers last year amid efforts by the government to boost the sector following the end of a three- decade ethnic conflict in 2009.

The number of Indians visiting Sri Lanka last year jumped 35.1 per cent to 171,374 in 2011 compared to 126,882 in 2010, the Tourism Development Authority said today.

Overall, the number of tourists visiting Sri lanka increased to 855,000 from 654,000 in the previous year, official figures showed.

There was a significant increase in the number of Chinese tourists. They accounted for a modest 16,308, but their increase over 2010 was a staggering 56.4 per cent showing the growing Chinese interest in the country.

The number of Pakistan tourists recorded an even bigger increase with 14,724 arriving in 2011, up 61 per cent from the 9,148 arrivals in 2010.

Officials were concerned that the new online-visa system which replaced the visa on arrival from the start of this year may affect the tourist traffic from South Asian nations as well as European markets.

Nationals from SAARC countries must pay USD 10 as visa processing fee while others must pay USD 20 with the exception of Singaporeans and Maldivians who have been exempted from the system on a reciprocal basis.

According to earlier reports, Sri Lanka has laid out plans to transform its tourism sector into a leading driver of economic growth, with the government aiming to woo FDI to the tune of USD 3 billion over the next five years, after decades of ethnic conflict the industry hard hit.

According to the ''tourism development strategy 2011-2016'', Sri Lanka is aiming to raise its tourism earnings by USD 2.25 billion by the year 2016 by increasing tourist arrivals by almost 2 million.

The tourism sector, which is regarded to have great potential, had been hit due to decades of militancy in the country, which finally wiped out the LTTE in 2009, ending the 30-year-old conflict.

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Sri Lanka fast tracks hotel construction to meet tourism boom

English.news.cn 2012-01-11 18:11:38

COLOMBO, Jan.11 (Xinhua) -- Sri Lanka is fast tracking tourism investment to increase room capacity in a bid to meet the 1 million arrival target set for 2012, an official said here Wednesday.

Acting Economic Development Minister Lakshman Yapa Abeywardana told media that at least 2500 new rooms need to be added this year to facilitate the 1 million tourists expected in the Indian Ocean island. "Tourism grew by 30.8 percent in 2011 and even though we targeted 750,000, the year ended with over 850,000 arrivals. For 2012, we have targeted 950,000 and if the current trend continues then we will have over a million tourists for the first time in history," he said.

However, the industry does not have sufficient rooms at the moment and will need to fast track construction projects in the pipeline. Abeywardana said that 210 investment proposals had been submitted to the government, among which 92 had been approved. "We need to encourage investors to get their projects off the ground and completed quickly,"he said, adding that the government hopes to attract 2.5 million tourists by 2016.

Shangri-la, Hyatt, Sheraton and South Africa's Sun City have large scale projects planned in Sri Lanka.

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Targets on course says Tourism Chief

Published : 12:38 am January 23, 2012

-- 9,400 new rooms approved, 5,300 more being processed
-- 82,508 arrivals within 21 days of January; Income from visa fee tops half million dollar mark


Confirming post-war rebound is gathering pace Sri Lanka Tourism Chairman Dr. Nalaka Godahewa on Saturday said several industry targets were on course.

“Construction of 9,400 new rooms have been approved and a further 5,300 being processed, as part of the country’s efforts to add 45,000 new rooms by 2016 from the current base of 22,235 rooms,” Godahewa revealed at the opening of the Citrus Leisure’s first venture Citrus Hikkaduwa.

The capacity expansion and overall target can be accelerated with improved or expedited investor and project facilitation, Godahewa understandably referring to read tape and bureaucracy.

“My Government, my president, my minister and my secretary are committed to ensuring a rapid growth under the industry’s strategic plan and we will support private sector endeavours,” Tourism Chief Godahewa said at the opening of 93-room Citrus Hikkaduwa by Economic Development Minister Basil Rajapaksa.

He also said that tourist arrivals up to Saturday or the first 21 days of January had reached 82,508, a development, the tourism chief said that reinforces hope of the country achieving the milestone of 100,000 arrivals mark for the first time in history. “This is a fantastic start for 2012,” he added.

Despite reservations expressed on account of new visa scheme, tourists are coming and income earned from the visa scheme so far amounts to $ 524,000,” Godahewa revealed.

The Tourism chief also expressed confidence that earnings from tourism in 2012 will exceed $ 2 billion, a massive jump from near $ 1 billion (over $ 800 million) last year. He emphasised that encouraging increase in arrivals so far this year was on the back of 30% growth in 2011 and over 40% increase in 2010. “We are confident of achieving the target of 2.5 million tourist arrivals by 2016,” he added.

http://www.ft.lk/2012/01/23/targets-...tourism-chief/
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Now a floating hotel at Diyawanna Oya

By Damith Wickremasekara
A floating hotel with the capacity to accommodate 1000 guests to be set up at the Diywanna Oya, close to Parliament in Kotte, is the latest addition in the development of the Sri Jayewardenepura area undertaken by the Ministry of Defence and Urban Development.

A jogging track, water-scooters and boat riding will be other attractions to be introduced. A park too will be set up in the area

The project plan envisages a sea plane landing point and a boat service at the Diyawanna Oya to ferry guests from the plane to the hotel. A fly-over across the main road to ease traffic congestion is also on the cards while a temporary bridge is presently being set up adjoining the main road.

The aim of the project is to attract incoming tourists to the hotel complex via a novel means of transport and from there on to other destinations serviced by sea planes such as Trincomalee, Kandy, Jaffna, Yala, Nuwara Eliya and Hikkaduwa.

The project comes under the purview of Defence Secretary Gotabaya Rajapaksa with the navy, the Sri Lanka Land Reclamation Board and the UDA being responsible for its implementation.

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