Colombo, Sri Lanka City Travel Guide 2013 Attractions, Restaurants, and More

Colombo, Sri Lanka City Travel Guide 2013: Attractions, Restaurants, and More… (DBH City Guides)
ASIN:B0071NTUJ6 | 2013 | 61 pages | EPUB/MOBI/PDF | 5Mb
Colombo, although small in size, is packed with international people and businesses. The city's main attractions can easily be seen in 2 to 3 days, which is why so many tourists just use Colombo as a stop over before continuing on to other parts of the country. The Cinnamon Lakeside Hotel is often referred to as the TransAsia (previous owners), and is one Colombo's best hotels. I stayed in one of the executive rooms, and it was huge! The hotel had modern, elegant décor and wonderful customer service.

Restaurants in Colombo proved to be diverse and delicious. Expatriated restaurateurs have helped revamp the dining in the city, and prices seem to be fair across the board. Unlike restaurants, finding worthwhile nightlife venues proved to be a bit more challenging. It's not that there aren't plenty of bars and clubs in town; it is that they change names constantly. What is popular this month may not be the next. That is why I stress the importance of speaking with your hotel concierge for more up-to-date information than I can provide in this guide. One experience that you must not pass up is sunset by the beach at Galle Face Green. The area gets packed with families and hungry folks who come from all over Colombo to sample the street grub. And, besides who doesn't like an Indian Ocean sunset?

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