Emirates has given wings to the travel dream of a young Sri Lankan, presenting him with two return air tickets to a destination in Europe at the conclusion of an exciting competition on Facebook.

Riu Sri Lanka, the country’s largest all-inclusive resort with a stunning 501 rooms, recently held a tree planting and beach cleaning programme as part of its social and community responsible activities.

Perched on the summit of a vast coconut estate, Sri Lanka’s Comilla Bungalow is the perfect setting for a luxurious getaway.

The first ever crate of Pimms to arrive in Sri Lanka from the British Empire was shipped to the Galle Face Hotel.

Sri Lanka Tourism Development Authority (SLTDA) joined hands with the Galle Face Hotel and launched a tourist-friendly tuk tuk service at Galle Face Green in Colombo recently under the patronage of Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe.

Sri Lanka’s leading taxi-hailing app PickMe officially launched its brand in the city of Kurunegala on 3rd July.

An example of Sri Lankan automotive ingenuity traversed oceans and time zones with Emirates recently to compete at an exciting international racing event at Silverstone in the UK.

Air travel is often the stuff dreams are made of, and Emirates, a global connector of people and their dreams, is offering Sri Lankans a chance to win two tickets to a destination in Europe via an exciting competition on Facebook.

A group of policyholders of Ceylinco Life and their families were recently treated to the majesty and mystique of the Orient during a four-day visit to China courtesy of the life insurance leader.

Emirates has introduced 3D seat models on emirates.com, becoming the first airline to introduce web virtual reality (VR) technology on its digital platform.

Sri Lanka’s most innovative taxi hailing service, PickMe won the Best Disruptor award at the SLASSCOM Innovation Summit and Awards 2018 themed ‘Celebrate Ingenuity’.