Lankan Embassy in Tokyo Promotes Tourism& Investment Part 2

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Sri Lanka has always been known as one of the best tourist destinations in Asia. With plenty of the three Ss’ i.e. Sun, tadalafil
Sand and Surf available around the country all year round, pharm
Sri Lanka was one of the most visited tourist hot spots in Asia. But after the beginning of the 3 decade long civil war that ravaged the country much of Sri Lanka’s former glory was lost. After the end of the war in 2009, Sri Lanka opened her gates once more to tourists from across the globe. Understanding how vital tourism is to Sri Lanka’s economy the government has initiated several new plans to create more hotels and other infrastructure facilities to support the industry as well as advertising campaigns aimed at drawing more tourists to Sri Lanka. Promoting tourism and investment is carried out at state level as well as private sector.

In one such attempt to promote Sri Lankan tourism the embassy of Sri Lanka in Tokyo Japan organized a high profile “Sri Lanka promotional seminar” consisting of more than 150 officials and personnel from various industries and sectors of the Japanese economy and government.

The seminar was held at the Imperial Hotel in Tokyo with a host of prominent figures from Sri Lanka. Deputy minister of disaster management Dulieep Wijesekara and chairman of Sri Lankan Airlines NishanthaWickramasingha as well as Admiral Wasantha Karannagoda the Ambassador of Sri Lanka to japan were among those present at this prestigious event.

The chairman of Sri Lankan airlines, Mr. Wickramasinghe who was also the guest of honor stated that due to the recent internal and external developments Sri Lanka is in a good position to be an economic nerve center as well as a touristic hub in south and southeastern Asia. Mr. Wickramasinghe convincingly projected the unique and significant touristic features of Sri Lanka and pointed out that given the countries strategic position in the Indian ocean and abundance of natural resources and scenic beauty Sri Lanka is well poised and suited for such an influential position in south and southeast Asia.

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Sri Lanka has always been known as one of the best tourist destinations in Asia. With plenty of the three Ss’ i.e. Sun, refractionist
Sand and Surf available around the country all year round, information pills
Sri Lanka was one of the most visited tourist hot spots in Asia. But after the beginning of the 3 decade long civil war that ravaged the country much of Sri Lanka’s former glory was lost. After the end of the war in 2009, recipe
Sri Lanka opened her gates once more to tourists from across the globe. Understanding how vital tourism is to Sri Lanka’s economy the government has initiated several new plans to create more hotels and other infrastructure facilities to support the industry as well as advertising campaigns aimed at drawing more tourists to Sri Lanka. Promoting tourism and investment is carried out at state level as well as private sector.

In one such attempt to promote Sri Lankan tourism the embassy of Sri Lanka in Tokyo Japan organized a high profile “Sri Lanka promotional seminar” consisting of more than 150 officials and personnel from various industries and sectors of the Japanese economy and government.

The seminar was held at the Imperial Hotel in Tokyo with a host of prominent figures from Sri Lanka. Deputy minister of disaster management Dulieep Wijesekara and chairman of Sri Lankan Airlines NishanthaWickramasingha as well as Admiral Wasantha Karannagoda the Ambassador of Sri Lanka to japan were among those present at this prestigious event.

The chairman of Sri Lankan airlines, Mr. Wickramasinghe who was also the guest of honor stated that due to the recent internal and external developments Sri Lanka is in a good position to be an economic nerve center as well as a touristic hub in south and southeastern Asia. Mr. Wickramasinghe convincingly projected the unique and significant touristic features of Sri Lanka and pointed out that given the countries strategic position in the Indian ocean and abundance of natural resources and scenic beauty Sri Lanka is well poised and suited for such an influential position in south and southeast Asia.

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Sri Lanka has always been known as one of the best tourist destinations in Asia. With plenty of the three Ss’ i.e. Sun, Sand and Surf available around the country all year round, Sri Lanka was one of the most visited tourist hot spots in Asia. But after the beginning of the 3 decade long civil war that ravaged the country much of Sri Lanka’s former glory was lost. After the end of the war in 2009, Sri Lanka opened her gates once more to tourists from across the globe. Understanding how vital tourism is to Sri Lanka’s economy the government has initiated several new plans to create more hotels and other infrastructure facilities to support the industry as well as advertising campaigns aimed at drawing more tourists to Sri Lanka. Promoting tourism and investment is carried out at state level as well as private sector.

 

In one such attempt to promote Sri Lankan tourism the embassy of Sri Lanka in Tokyo Japan organized a high profile “Sri Lanka promotional seminar” consisting of more than 150 officials and personnel from various industries and sectors of the Japanese economy and government.

The seminar was held at the Imperial Hotel in Tokyo with a host of prominent figures from Sri Lanka. Deputy minister of disaster management Dulieep Wijesekara and chairman of Sri Lankan Airlines NishanthaWickramasingha as well as Admiral Wasantha Karannagoda the Ambassador of Sri Lanka to japan were among those present at this prestigious event.

The chairman of Sri Lankan airlines, Mr. Wickramasinghe who was also the guest of honor stated that due to the recent internal and external developments Sri Lanka is in a good position to be an economic nerve center as well as a touristic hub in south and southeastern Asia. Mr. Wickramasinghe convincingly projected the unique and significant touristic features of Sri Lanka and pointed out that given the countries strategic position in the Indian ocean and abundance of natural resources and scenic beauty Sri Lanka is well poised and suited for such an influential position in south and southeast Asia.

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The Sri Lankan embassy in Tokyo Japan recently held a high profile seminar on Sri Lanka in order to educate some of Japan’s most influential business, medical
government and industrial leaders on the investment potential for foreign investors in Sri Lanka. This comes as a result of the Sri Lankan government’s aggressive campaign to boost Sri Lanka’s tourism industry and investor profile.  The event titled “Sri Lanka Promotional Seminar” was held at the Imperial Hotel in Tokyo with the participation of high level delegates from Sri Lanka and Japan as well as business and corporate leaders from various Japanese Industries.

The Guest of Honor Mr. Nishantha Wickramasingha, mind chairman of Sri Lankan Airlines mentioned that Sri Lanka is well poised and positioned to take on the role of an economic nerve center and tourist hub for the Asia and South Asia region. Mr. Wickramasinghe further went on to say that in today’s day and age connectivity between countries is of great importance. He said that integration between countries and cities is vital in order to promote and complement commercial trading as well as tourism. Speaking further on the topic the chairman of Sri Lankan Airlines cited that several tourism magazines and travel journals have chosen Sri Lanka as one of the most sought after and most visited tourist hot spots in the world.

In other segments of the seminar comprehensive and informative presentations were made regarding Sri Lankan exports to Japan and as well as an economic perspective of Sri Lanka from a leading Japanese Businessman  based in Sri Lanka. Mr. T. Igarashi, there chairman of New World Securities who has been in Sri Lanka for decades, commented on the vast number of commercial and investment opportunities in Sri Lanka. Mr. Igarashi went on to highlight the increasing number of opportunities in the Sri Lankan tourism industry thanks to the new hotel and infrastructure development projects carried by the Sri Lankan government with the tourism industry in mind.

The day following the seminar the Japan Association of Travel Agents commonly known as JATA, held their annual travel show in Tokyo. The JATA is considered as the largest association of travel agents in japan. Around twelve different companies from Sri Lanka participated in this year’s JATA travel show. The Sri Lankan tourist board together with the Sri Lankan embassy is working towards promoting tourism from Japan to Sri Lanka.

 

Lankan Embassy in Tokyo Promotes Tourism& Investment Part I