More people could be booking flights to Sri Lanka

first_imgMore people could be booking flights to Sri Lanka as the country begins to open up to tourism, the country’s deputy minister for tourism has said.The Sri Lanka Tourism Promotion Bureau revealed that the country will be rebranded under the tag “Sri Lanka, A Small Miracle”, which replaces the existing “Sri Lanka, A Land Like No Other”.This has been welcomed by Faiszer Musthapha, who said the brand strategy had been “much awaited”.Dileep Mudadeniya, director of the bureau, explained that the exercise involved developing a single idea that could influence people’s perception of the country.”The challenge…was to find an idea that embraces the truth of the country which is relevant to the potential visitor,” he said.Mr Mudadeniya added that it was an “unfathomable mystery” how Sri Lanka managed to fit in so many natural attractions, including palm-fringed beaches, picturesque highlands and vast tea plantations.The country’s national airline, SriLankan Airlines, was founded in 1979 and offers flights to destinations in Asia and Europe. ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map RelatedIsland idyll: how to have the best holiday in Sri LankaLet us take you on a tour of this colourful island idyll in the Indian Ocean, and we’ll give you some tips on how to get there, when to go and what you cannot miss!More Brits travelling on flights to Sri LankaIncreasing numbers of Brits are booking cheap flights to Sri Lanka thanks to the end of conflict in the country.Top 15 attractions and things to do in ColomboDespite being the largest city in Sri Lanka, Colombo is charming and laid back with plenty of things to see on a city break, from the relaxing waters of Beira Lake to the friendly locals in Dehiwala Zoo.last_img

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