Located in the heart of the city centre, there is an abundance of facilities nearby including shopping malls, banks, airline offices, casinos and various multicultural dining/bar options at the adjacent Old Dutch Hospital.
Sri Lanka’s formost business complex. Home to many airlines, Colombo Stock Exchange and the Board of Investment (BOI) amongst many other offices and BPO’s.
Built by the Dutch and considered to be the oldest building in the Colombo Fort area it has now been converted into a shopping and dinning precinct. The Dutch Hospital hosts a wide range of pubs, restaurants and shops.
The Fort Railway Station is located within walking distance. It is the ideal transportation hub to take you around Sri Lanka while enjoying its beauty to the fullest. The Fort Railway Station is the main train station in Sri Lanka with connections to every station in the country.
The striking colonial building which housed Sri Lanka’s Parliament from 1930 to 1983 is an amazingly well preserved and beautiful building.
Take in breath taking paronomic views from this 29 meter tower which was built in 1952 and is now decommissioned.
Local historic green along the coast which comes alive at sunset to late in the evening. Home to the most celebrated street food in Colombo including the famous deep fried lentil/prawn snack ‘isso wade’.
Visit the very popular ODEL department store to satisfy all your shopping cravings.
Gangaramaya temple is one of the sacred temples in the heat of Colombo known to have a mix of modern architecture & cultural essence.
An architectural masterpiece by Sri Lanka’s most renowned architect Geffory Bawa , the Seema Malaka temple is situated in the picturesque Beira lake.
A monument that showcases Sri Lanka’s independence from the British rule in 1948. It also situated in close proximity to the latest shopping mall “the Arcade”.