“2011 looks as if it will be a bright year for Sri Lankan tourism, with officials laying on different events every month to drum up interest as part of the “Visit Sri Lanka Year.””, the London-based “The Independent” reports. The Independent’s article titled: “2011’s tourism hot spots: What to do in Sri Lanka,” describes how travelers can enjoy in Sri Lanka – from watching world-class cricket to tasting world-famous Ceylon tea.
This year, Sri Lankan tourism authorities are aiming for 700,000 and by 2016 the country hopes to pull in 2.5 million overseas visitors annually, although analysts have warned that the tourism infrastructure will need improving to cope with the expected demand – there were only an estimated 15,000 rooms in the country as of March 2010. Nevertheless, 2011 looks as if it will be a bright year for Sri Lankan tourism, with officials laying on different events every month to drum up interest as part of the “Visit Sri Lanka Year”, the article states.
As a result of eradication of terrorism, Sri Lanka’s major industry – Tourism is noe seen geared up with increasing number of tourists coming in.
Are you vigilant about your surroundings ?
Are you capable of writing News articles or have a keen eye ?
Then you are most welcome to be a part of SINHALAYA News Agency. Please send in your authenticated articles, news stories, information, pictures to:
Content (text, images, effects, concepts, names, symbols etc) published in www.sinhalaya.com is copyright protected. Any media or party is permitted to reproduce the news items by giving the due courtesy to www. sinhalaya.com and with no alterations to content, respecting the intellectual property rights. Content in this website is published with no intention of provoking, insulting or intimidating for that matter, to any party or individual but with true sense of ethics. Believing the freedom of expression, we may publish statements from outside parties provided that the sources are reliable and authenticity proved.