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2019 A/L Campus intake to increase by 25%

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Good news for 2019 A/L Students!

Sri Lanka government planning to admit additional students intake for 2019/2020 new academic year. The university intake of students from the 2019 G.C.E Advanced Level examination will be increased by 25 percent for which discussions with universities and other stakeholders are on, Sri Lanka Information and Communications Technology, Higher Education, and Technology Innovation Minister Dr.Bandula Gunawardena said.

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Speaking to media, he said “We have 281,786 who have sat for the Advanced Level examinations out of which 181,126 have qualified to enter universities, however only 30,000 students are enrolled which leaves nearly 150,000 students stranded with no future prospect for employment or higher education,” he said.

“Every consecutive government has tried to increase this intake but had not been successful. According to the election pledge and manifesto of President Gotabaya Rajapaksa, there is a legible and pragmatic roadmap on achieving this. Our initiatives will see an increase in 25 percent in the intake starting this year.”

Referring to the bleak future of students who do not have access to universities, the minister described them as becoming both a burden to their families and the country. He noted that this culture of taking on ad-hoc odd jobs to supplement their livelihoods should be stopped and that the younger generation should be better guided.

In addition to the intake, degree awarding institutions such as NSBM, SLIIT, SLETC and SLT Institutes will be uplifted and absorbed by the government. Meanwhile private education institution industry would be further regulated. Further more 300 university colleges will be set up in an effort to avoid students from idling after sitting for the Advanced Level examination.

“Every pradeshiya sabha will have University Colleges within its purview that will cater to students from those respective areas. At the university college, students will be able to complete a two year higher national diploma and continue with their degrees thereafter. This will reduce the waiting time that students now spend, with some waiting a year for university entrance to come through.”

He added that the ministry had identified several state owned educational institutions replete with facilities which are however not performing at its full capacity. “I visited an institute in Ratmalana and was surprised to find that in some courses there were only a handful of students. These are places that can be upgraded and absorb more students.”

He further said that due to the drop out after Advanced Level examinations, many parents go out on a limb to send their children abroad for higher studies. “We have also come across a paradox where students who are graduating cannot find gainful employment due to their unsuitable for the local industries while the industry is facing a dearth of skilled individuals,” he said. “We have already held consultations and discussions with universities to increase the intake by 25 percent this year.”

2019 /2020 university admission process has started. UGC hope to release campus handbook and z score cut off marks soon.

Sri Lanka University / Campus World Rankings 2020 Released.

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Sri Lanka University Rankings 2020 and Campus News World Rankings
Sri Lanka University Rankings world ratings 2020

Sri Lankan state & Private Universities, Campuses and Higher Education Institutes World Rankings 2019 / 2020 new edition has been released by Webometrics.

According to the 2019/ 2020 edition, Peradeniya University has become Sri Lanka’s best university beating Colombo University. Both Colombo & Moratuwa universities dominated the tables many years and this is the second time that Peradeniya campus topped the rank.

Colombo Campus secured No: 2 place while Moratuwa University listed as 3rd place. Ruhuna dropped to number 4 & Sri Jayewardene University (Japura Campus) dropped to No: 6th place while Kelaniya University jumped to 5th Place. Jaffna University has ranked as 7th Place.

When compared to world ranking, we are still far away (1981) but improved than last year.

Sri Lanka University Rankings 2019 / 2020 edition released

Sri Lanka RankingsWorld Rank University Name
1 1981 University of Peradeniya
2 2023 University of Colombo
3 2495 University of Moratuwa
4 2624 University of Ruhuna
5 2853 University of Kelaniya
6 2960 University of Sri Jayewardenepura
7 4296 University of Jaffna
8 4383 Rajarata University
9 4629 Open University of Sri Lanka
10 4894 Sabaragamuwa University
11 5555 Sri Lanka Institute of Information Technology
12 6527 General Sir John Kotelawala Defence University
13 8358 Wayamba University of Sri Lanka
14 8395 National Institute of Fundamental Studies Sri Lanka
15 9032 South Eastern University of Sri Lanka
16 9173 Eastern University of Sri Lanka
17 9717 Industrial Technology Institute
18 11148 Uva Wellassa University
19 13502 National Institute of Education Sri Lanka
20 13904 ESOFT Metro Campus
21 15313 National Institute of Business Management
22 15443 NSBM Green University Town
23 15838 University of the Visual & Performing Arts
24 16284 Informatics Institute of Technology Sri Lanka
25 16297 Asia Pacific Institute of Information Technology Sri Lanka
26 16326 (3) Postgraduate Institute of Agriculture University of Peradeniya
27 16643 Colombo International Nautical and Engineering College
28 17533 Sri Lanka Institute of Development Administration Colombo
29 17623 Horizon Campus
30 17656 Arthur C Clarke Institute of Modern Technologies
31 18202 Sri Lanka Institute of Architects
32 18269 ANC Education
33 18455 Sri Lanka Press Institute
34 18473 Buddhist & Pali University of Sri Lanka
35 18703 IDM University
36 18789 South Asian Institute of Technology and Medicine Malabe
37 18800 University of Vocational Technology Ratmalana
38 18977 Sri Lanka Institute of Advanced Technological Education
39 19209 American College of Higher Education
40 19795 Australian College of Business and Technology
41 20042 BMS Business Management School
42 21095 Institute of Engineering Technology
43 21135 Kaatsu International University Sri Lanka
44 21770 Royal Institute of Colombo
45 23006 Imperial Institute of Higher Education
46 23590 IDM Nations Campus
47 23629 International Institute of Health Sciences
48 23647 Sri Lanka International Buddhist Academy SIBA
49 23715 Northshore College
50 23849 Ocean University of Sri Lanka
51 23849 Bhiksu University of Sri Lanka
52 25247 (3) Postgraduate Institute of Humanities and Social Sciences University of Peradeniya
53 25553 Hardy University College Ampara
54 25834 Sri Lanka Technological Campus
55 26452 IESL College of Engineering
56 26910 Nagananda International Institute for Buddhist Studies
57 27177 National Institute of Social Development
58 27527 IUHS Campus
59 28570 SLIIT Academy
60 28596 Slintec Academy

Sri Lanka government has allowed foreign university students to apply for state universities. Travel and tourism sector is developing in Sri Lanka. Recently Sri Lanka has won many awards and achievements in year 2020 and 2019.

Sri Lanka The best holiday destinations for 2020 -UK “The Times”

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#SriLanka Best holiday destinations- British newspaper based in London The Times select Sri Lanka as the best holiday destinations for 2020

The best holiday destinations for 2020- Sri Lanka

The Times, British daily national newspaper based in London selected Sri Lanka as the best holiday destinations for 2020.

The Sunday Times Travel team selects the must-see spots for 2020 and release the 20 best holiday destinations for 2020.

Sri Lanka: the comeback kid with the big heart.

Old favourites and new hotspots are luring visitors back to this big-hearted country. As the country seeks to put the Easter Sunday bombings behind it, old favourites and new hotspots are luring visitors back.

We tipped Sri Lanka in 2018, and we have such faith in the island, we’re tipping it again. Since the devastating Easter Sunday bombings earlier this year, there’s been an outpouring of warmth towards the country. It had been on a high — welcoming more and more visitors — and it is, happily, well on the road to recovery, with operators seeing rises in bookings even on pre-attack numbers. I’ve been drawn back by the beauty of the place, the kindness of the people and those fragrant curries that you’ll even crave for breakfast.

If you’re anything like us, then the toasts, turkey and tantrums of the festive period will have been punctuated by lively discussions about travel plans for the year ahead. Far-flung or flight-free? City or coast? Culture or mindless loafing? To help you reach a decision, our experts have picked out a nice round 20 destinations they think are worthy of your consideration in 2020. There are comeback kids (Sri Lanka); emerging regions (the Caucasus); old favourites (Guernsey); progressive cities (Taipei); secretive kingdoms (Saudi Arabia); and at least three capitals of culture. Enjoy!

20 FOR 2020 – Article

Sri Lanka’s tourism and travel achievement in 2020

  💠 Sri Lanka listed as the best country to travel to in 2020, The Times UK

  💠 Sri Lanka listed in 20 best country to travel to in 2020, Conde Nast Traveler.

  💠 Sri Lanka included for six best places to visit in Asia for solo female travelers in 2020.

  💠 Sri Lanka listed in CNN Travel’s 20 best places to visit in 2020

Travel and tourism sector is developing in Sri Lanka. Recently Sri Lanka has won many awards and achievements in year 2020 and 2019.

Prof. Sampath Amaratunge appointed as the Chairman of UGC

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Prof Sampath Amaratunge appointed as the Chairman of UGC Sri Lanka
Prof Sampath Amaratunge appointed as the Chairman of UGC Sri Lanka

Prof. Sampath Amaratunge appointed as the Chairman of University Grant Commission UGC Sri Lanka by President Gotabaya Rajapaksa today. He was the former Vice-Chancellor of the University of Sri Jayewardenepura. He was elected as a member of the Association of Commonwealth Universities United Kingdom as a member representing the constituency II.

Prof Sampath Amaratunge appointed as the Chairman of UGC Sri Lanka

Professor Amaratunge, BA (Hons.) in Economics from the University of Sri Jayewardenepura, MA in Economics from the University of Colombo, MSc. in Economics of Rural Development from Saga National University and Ph.D. from Kogoshima National University in Japan, counts over 27 years’ service in the University of Sri Jayewardenepura. An authority in Rural Economic Development, Professor Amaratunge has won several awards including the prestigious Research Excellence Award (2002) of the Kyushu Society of Rural Economics, Japan. He has over 75 refereed publications to his credit, both locally and internationally.

Prof. Sampath Amaratunge has held a variety of leadership positions, He was the 25th Vice Chancellor appointed for the University of Sri Jayewardenepura without considering those appointed as Acting Vice Chancellors of the said university in the last 60 years. His two terms of Vice-Chancellorship has resulted in noteworthy changes for the University of Sri Jayewardenepura. USJP has expanded with three new faculties under his leadership: Faculty of Technology, Faculty of Engineering and Faculty of Allied Health Sciences.

First school term commence today

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First school term commence today

The first school term of 2020 will commence on Thursday 02nd January 2020.

Forty-seven schools used for Phase I of 2019 G. C. E. Ordinary Level paper marking will remain closed until the 6th of January, stated the Department of Examinations.

Ordinary Level Phase I paper marking is carried out at 110 marking centers established within 84 schools in 56 towns.

However, 47 out of the 84 selected schools will remain closed despite schools around the country are set to reopen (02).

Further, 2 of the 47 schools will be closed on 6th January as well, stated the Department.

However, the remaining 37 schools along with every other school in the country will reopen for the first school term Jan 2.

Sri Lanka includes CNN Travel’s 20 best places to visit in 2020

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Sri Lanka listed CNN Travel's 20 places to visit in 2020
Sri Lanka listed CNN Travel's 20 places to visit in 2020 Visit Sri Lanka

Good News for 2020 new year. The South Asian island nation Sri Lanka includes CNN Travel’s 20 best places to visit in 2020 year. Several world famous other travel magazines and websites have already included Sri Lanka for the best 20 list.

2019 was an amazing year for Sri Lankan tourism as Sri Lanka achieved many achievements, awards and milestones.  Despite 2019’s Easter Sunday attacks, Sri Lanka’s tourism is bouncing back faster than expected, according to the Sri Lankan Ministry of Tourism official figures.

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CNN Travel’s 20 places to visit in 2020

The South Asian island nation of Sri Lanka is as ancient as it is beautiful; as complex a civilization now as at any time in its 2,000-year history. Despite recent tumult (the horrific terror attacks last Easter), Sri Lanka remains an essential destination, an epicenter of history, with relics and ruins, temples and palaces, wildlife running free.

Sitting in the Indian Ocean off the southeastern tip of India, travelers may default to thinking of Sri Lanka as a beach getaway. But to truly immerse yourself in the country’s history, go inland and tour the country’s cultural triangle.

Start in the ancient city of Polonnaruwa, which was the country’s capital in the 12th century. This UNESCO Heritage site is comprised of the ruins of Buddhist temples and dagobas (dome-shaped shrines) and is frequented by Buddhist monks in orange robes.

A little over an hour to the west by car is the rock fortress, Sigiriya. Sometimes referred to as the “Eighth Wonder of the World,” this ancient volcanic formation that soars over 200 meters (656 feet) high was developed into a palace fortress in the latter half of the 5th century. Another UNESCO World Heritage site, Sigiriya is one of the most-visited landmarks in Sri Lanka.

Don’t miss:

The Kandy Esala Perahera (June 26-July 16) is an annual festival honoring the Sacred Tooth Relic, believed to be the Buddha’s actual tooth. Also not to be missed: “The Gathering,” where herds of wild elephants migrate to the shores of an ancient reservoir in north-central Sri Lanka’s Minneriya National Park (July through early November). CNN

Sri Lanka’s tourism and travel achievement in 2020

  💠 Sri Lanka listed as the best country to travel to in 2020, The Times UK

  💠 Sri Lanka listed in 20 best country to travel to in 2020, travel publication Conde Nast Traveler.

  💠 Sri Lanka included for six best places to visit in Asia for solo female travelers in 2020.

  💠 Sri Lanka listed in CNN Travel’s 20 best places to visit in 2020

Travel and tourism sector is developing in Sri Lanka. Recently Sri Lanka has won many awards and achievements in year 2020 and 2019.

Z Score Cut Off Marks to Release 2020 June-July

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2020 Z Score Cut off marks release Sri Lanka UGC Campus University
Z Score Cutoff marks release Sri Lanka UGC Campus University 2020

Sri Lanka University Grants Commission UGC sources say cut-off marks for entrance to university for the new academic year will release 2020 June- July. UGC has not yet announced the exact date.


Z Score Cut off Marks

Year Cut Off Marks Released
2010 A/L May 27, 2011
2011 A/L December 28, 2012
2012 A/L November 9, 2013
2013 A/L September 6, 2014
2014 A/L October 6, 2015
2015 A/L September 20, 2016
2016 A/L June 6, 2017
2017 A/L July 26, 2018 
2018 A/L July 26, 2019
2019 A/L June 20, 2020*

*forecast data

Meanwhile Government planning to prepare a mechanism to admit students to universities within 6 months period after A/L exam results release, said Minister Bandula Gunawardene. Currently it takes about one year to admit students to local universities.  

Academic activities of Medical & Engineering faculties will start before 2020 November end. According to the reliable sources other faculties (Management, Science, Arts) will start from 2020 December to February 2021 period.

University Z Score Cut Off Marks to release 2020 June to www.ugc.ac.lk

Minimum Z-scores for selection to courses of study of universities in respect of each district and detailed information of course selection based on the GCE (A/L) Examination in 2019 can be accessed through the following modes after release;


1. Websites

www.ugc.ac.lk

www.selection.ugc.ac.lk


2. Call 1919 (Government Information Centre)


3. SMS to 1919

Format:  ugc <space> Index Number -> send to 1919

Example: ugc 2223322 ->send to 1919


4. Call UGC – 0112695301, 0112695302, 0112692357, 0112675854

2019 O/L Exam Results Release March 28

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2020 O/L Exam Details
2019 2020 Sri Lanka OL Exam results Timetable application

GCE Ordinary Level Examination (2019 O/L Exam) results will be release 2020 March 28, according to Examination Department sources. Examination Commissioner has NOT yet confirmed any results release date of O/L exam.

2019 Sri Lanka OL Exam results
2019 Sri Lanka OL Exam results

2019 O/L Exam Results Release to Sri Lanka Examination Department official website http://www.doenets.lk. If Website slow due to web Traffic, Use below website http://www.exams.gov.lk or http://www.results.exams.gov.lk or check via SMS.

Official websites

http://www.doenets.lk.

http://www.exams.gov.lk

http://www.results.exams.gov.lk

Commissioner General of Examinations says evaluation process of the answer scripts of the G.C.E.(2019 O/L Exam) Examination 2019 will be end 2020 January 26.

2019 GCE O/L Exam commenced on December 2. Exam lasted till December 12. Exam held at 4,987 examination centers islandwide. 2020 O/L exam will held on December month and relevant timetable and other applications will be release future dates.

Grade 7 textbook “Hathe Ape Potha” over Sexual Education faces Controversies.

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Book Hathe Ape Potha Sexual Education in Sri Lanka School Students
Book Hathe Ape Potha Sexual Education in Sri Lanka School Students

*Education Minister called for a report into Grade 7 controversial textbook “Hathe Ape Potha”.

*Controversial sex education book was recalled by the Educational Publications Department last month – well before the monks held their press conference.

Last week, Venerable Medagoda Abhayatissa Thera calling in a press conference said that the Grade 7 textbook ‘Hathe Ape Potha’ introduced collaboratively by the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Education of the previous government to attach education on sexual and reproductive health into the school curriculum promotes inappropriate and obscene content sexually exploiting young children, and demanded prohibition.

The content of the Hathe Ape Potha textbook cannot be even read consciously by adults, the Thera said, stressing that this was an organized attempt to mar children by the previous government. The two former subject ministers should be questioned in this regard, he said. The Thera’s comments over the textbook took into a media storm awakening controversy.

Several pages of the textbook Hathe Ape Potha are displayed in this article. It is up to you to decide whether the Thera’s claims on the book supposedly introduced to raise sexual and reproductive awareness among the young generation are accurate. 

Grade 7 textbook Hathe Ape Potha Sexual Education in Sri Lanka School Students

Textbook drama!

The Hathe Ape Potha, a sex education book for Grade 7 students, this week became one of the most shared PDF files on Sri Lankan social media after critics panned the publication as corrupting the minds of children.

The book is a joint project of the Health Promotion Bureau of the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Education. Screenshots of the whole text as well as PDF copies were shared on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube after a group of Buddhist monks led by Prof Ven Medagoda

Abayatissa Thera called a press conference to condemn its contents as promoting “vulgarity” and corrupting minds of children.

Social Media reacts

Some social media users who shared the book humorously invited people to read it and become “corrupted” before it was banned. But on sites such as Mums in Colombo there was widespread consensus that the publication had no problematic content and was not only suitable but contained essential education.

In the wake of the furore, Ven Prof Abayatissa Thera claimed his comments had been deliberately misrepresented to imply monks were against the teaching of sex education in schools.

Grade 7 textbook Hathe Ape Potha Sexual Education in Sri Lanka School Students

“This is a total lie,” he told the Sunday Times. “We have no objection to it. But what is included in this book is far too much for young children. What’s more, it seems to be an organised attempt by certain elements to corrupt our young.”

Asked what he found objectionable about the book, the academic said that, for example, it went into great detail about masturbation. He claimed the book taught young children that it was completely normal, even for girls, and “that it was fine to do it every day”.

Contrary to the Thera’s comments, however, the book – while asserting that masturbation was normal and caused no bodily harm – also warned against becoming addicted to masturbation in such a way that it interfered with studies.

While Ven Prof Abayatissa Thera does not advocate punishing anyone involved in compiling the book, he insisted: “But we want an inquiry to find out who was behind it, whether any external parties funded it. These are things that we shouldn’t be teaching 12-year-old children. If necessary, we think disciplinary action should be taken.”

Ven Prof Abayatissa Thera claimed the previous government had initiated projects to introduce alien influences and corrupt the young and suggested there was a connection between the drinking of beer and homosexuality.

Grade 7 textbook Hathe Ape Potha Sexual Education in Sri Lanka School Students

“We even saw [the previous government] take steps aimed at reducing the prices of beer,” he said.

“We know that there is a direct connection between beer and homosexuality.

“They also made attempts to relax the laws allowing females to buy liquor. All of these were part of this attempt to destroy our culture and corrupt young people.”

Ironically, the controversial sex education book was recalled by the Educational Publications Department last month – well before the monks held their press conference.

Officials feedback

A letter signed by Education Publications Department Commissioner General W.M.Jayantha Wickramanayake and addressed to heads of all school textbook distribution centres and school principals stated a decision had been taken to withdraw the book. Schools were asked to send back all copies in their possession and to collect and send back any already in the  hands of students.

This was done in view of the presidential election scheduled for November 16, the former education minister, Akila Viraj Kariyawasam, said. “We didn’t want someone to make that a political issue, too. So, instructions were given to recall them.”

The United National Front government had always advocated teaching sex education in schools, he said, strongly defending the book’s contents which had been compiled with by a team comprising Health Ministry doctors and educationists from the Education Ministry.

Incumbent Education Minister Dullas Alahapperuma tried to distance his government from the controversy, pointing to the book’s recall by the previous administration.

Grade 7 textbook Hathe Ape Potha Sexual Education in Sri Lanka School Students

“I have, however, called for a report into this book,” he said. “I expect it in the next few days and will be able to comment more about it then.”

This government, too, supports the teaching of sex education, Mr Alahapperuma said, but will have to look into the “limits” under which it can be done. Any advanced country should introduce the subject at school level. Nevertheless, considerations on what is appropriate for  which age should be taken into account.

“We are not opposed to sex education in schools,” he reiterated. “That much I can stress.”

“Age-appropriate, comprehensive sexuality education was a must, not just for teenagers and adolescents but for children,” insisted Kumuduni Samuel, Founder of the Women and Media Collective and its Director (Programmes and Research).  Sri Lanka was a signatory to the Programme of Action on Population and Development adopted at the 1994 International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) in Cairo, Eqypt and had thus made international commitments over sexual and reproductive rights, she said.

“I don’t think that any institution or personality, particularly religious sects that are all male, should be talking about sexual and reproductive rights as they are a civilian need which civilians alone must decide upon,” she maintained.

“How can religious clerics talk about what is appropriate as regards to those rights and what is not? They have no knowledge about them anyway.”

Grade 7 textbook Hathe Ape Potha Sexual Education in Sri Lanka School Students

Ms Samuel was disturbed to know that the book, which had been approved by both the health and education ministries, had been recalled. “It says that we’re actually regressing and becoming more conservative and narrow minded,” she reflected.

Sri Lanka 20 Best Places to Go in 2020 -Conde Nast Traveler

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Best Places to go in 2020 Sri Lanka BEST TOP Country
Best Places to go in 2020 Sri Lanka BEST TOP Country

Good news for Sri Lanka Tourism – Sri Lanka identified as a 20 Best Places to Go in 2020. Travel publication Conde Nast Traveler website included Sri Lanka for their 20 best countries to travel to in 2020 list.

Sri Lanka Tourism Travel Awards and Achievements

Sri Lanka’s Southern Coast

It’s only been a decade since Sri Lanka emerged from a brutal 26-year civil war that devastated its residents and decimated its tourism industry. But since 2009, global travelers have flocked to the country, drawn to its alluring beaches and misty tea estates. Sri Lanka regularly found itself topping lists like this one—until this past April, when tragedy struck again, this time in the form of an Easter terrorist attack at Colombo hotels and churches that left about 250 dead.

Overnight, the beaches and tea estates were empty of tourists once again. While thousands of citizens were impacted by the slowdown, resilience is part of Sri Lanka’s ethos. Despite a decline of more than 20 percent in tourist numbers since 2018, a clutch of new hotels along the country’s southern coast have been readying themselves for guests, and travelers are trickling back.

Last February, Mumbai’s quirky Abode Bombay unveiled its sister property, the four-bedroom Abode Ahangama, in a terra-cotta-roofed bungalow set in a verdant jungle just a short tuk-tuk ride from the beach; that nearby beach is where they’ll be unveiling a café, a restaurant, and a coworking space in the spring. Also in Ahangama, the new Harding Boutique Hotel will debut in February with six suites and a buzzy rooftop bar, Mr. M, in a sleek building that’s a tribute to Sri Lanka’s signature tropical modernist architecture movement.

At the end of November, the Postcard Galle marks the first opening from the Postcard collection hotels outside India. Set on a lagoon on Sri Lanka’s southwestern coast, its 10 rooms all have balconies with views, and it’s close to the cafés and boutiques of the Galle Fort neighborhood. Opening in December, Haritha Villas in Hikkaduwa is a seamless blend of past and present: Two colonial-style cottages and seven contemporary villas are spread out across a palm-shaded estate. And if you like to fill your breaks from surfing with a little game viewing, head to Sri Lanka’s Yala National Park, where Wild Coast Tented Lodge, a seaside property with 28 cocoon-like tents done up in a safari-meets-steampunk aesthetic, will be opening a leopard-conservation center this spring. Researchers will be keeping a close eye on the endangered leopard population and sharing their findings with guests. —Sarah Khan

Details via – https://www.cntraveler.com/gallery/best-places-to-go-in-2020

Sri Lanka’s tourism and travel achievement in 2020

  💠 Sri Lanka listed as the best country to travel to in 2020, The Times UK

  💠 Sri Lanka listed in 20 best country to travel to in 2020, Conde Nast Traveler.

  💠 Sri Lanka included for six best places to visit in Asia for solo female travelers in 2020.

  💠 Sri Lanka listed in CNN Travel’s 20 best places to visit in 2020

Travel and tourism sector is developing in Sri Lanka. Recently Sri Lanka has won many awards and achievements in year 2020 and 2019. Also official figures shows tourism sector recovering in 2020 after easter sunday attacks.

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