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Sri Lanka eyes record international tourist arrivals from India in 2024

Sri Lanka Tourism is targeting 600,000 Indian tourist arrivals in 2024, aiming for best-ever figures from its number one inbound tourism source market. Last year,...

Sri Lanka to extend free visa scheme to boost international arrivals

Sri Lanka is planning to extend a free visa facility for visitors from some of its main source markets beyond March 2024 in order...

Visa waivers boost Indian demand for South-east Asia

I‌ndian outbound demand for destinations like Malaysia, Thailand and Sri Lanka have shot up after visa waivers were offered. According to Agoda's insights, the two...

Popular Sri Lankan literary festival draws more than 5,000 participants

A popular Sri Lankan literary festival held within the confines of a Portuguese-built fort in 1588 last week drew nearly 100 local and foreign...

Stakeholders urge Sri Lankan government to fast-track global marketing campaign

Tourism players, including the biggest operator of hotels in Sri Lanka, have urged the government to fast-track a much-delayed global marketing campaign to adequately...

Sri Lanka readies for first major destination marketing campaign in 15...

The wait appears to be over, as Sri Lanka finally gets ready to launch a new destination marketing campaign come end-July. The 12-month campaign,...

Sri Lanka sets eyes on the Middle East market

Sri Lanka is bouncing back after three years of crises and is targeting the Middle East as a key market due to the mix...

Sri Lankan minister apologises for Maldives criticism at ITB Berlin

Sri Lanka’s tourism minister Harin Fernando has issued an apology for his comments on the Maldives made during a press briefing at ITB Berlin...

Sri Lanka to develop small islands for tourism

Sri Lanka is setting up a new authority to develop a string of small islands across its shores into tourist resorts, modelled on the...

Sri Lanka offers five-year multiple entry tourist visa scheme

On August 29, the Sri Lankan government approved five-year multiple-entry tourist visas – with a maximum of six months stay at one stretch –...

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