Located at the heart of the commercial capital of Sri Lanka, Fairway Colombo is surrounded by endless exotic destinations of the isle of paradise.
The Old Dutch Hospital is regarded as the oldest building in the Colombo Fort area. The roots of the Old Dutch Hospital date back to the Dutch colonial age. The building features remarkable Dutch colonial architecture and is one of the most popular shopping destinations in the city.
One Galle Face is a premier shopping destination located in Colombo. It is also regarded as Sri Lanka's first mixed-use project that has been developed and managed on an international scale. With an array of local and international brands, restaurants and entertainment options, One Galle Face is one of the most popular shoppers' paradises in the country.
Galle Face Green is the most visited ocean-side park in Colombo. The five-hectare park that stretches for a half kilometer along the coastal line, is the ideal place to watch the breathtaking view of the sunset, treat your taste buds to street food, fly kites or just take a walk with your family or friends.
Gangarama Temple is one of the most iconic and oldest temples in Sri Lanka. It dates back to the 19th century when Hikkaduwe Sri Sumangala Nayaka Thera set up the temple. This amazing place of worship features a fusion of Sri Lankan, Thai, Chinese and Indian architectural styles and also consists of a museum, a library and vocational training centers.
Earlier known as Torrington Square, the Independence Memorial Hall was established in commemoration of gaining independence from the British in 1948. Independence Square consists of the memorial hall, museum, ponds and gardens. Independence Square is often visited by families, joggers and university students who seek a relaxing escape.
Colombo Port City is a new city that was constructed as an extension of the commercial city of Colombo. Colombo Port City is a part of China's Belt and Road Initiative. The location currently boasts a marina with breathtaking views of the Indian ocean, water sports centers, mini-golf and may other attractions.
The Colombo National Museum was established in 1877 by Sir William Henry Gregory, the British Governor of then Ceylon. It comprises 16 exhibition booths and a library containing ancient literature. This is the largest museum of the country and is home to many artifacts, paintings, statues, and carvings of immense historical value.