The tourism & Leisure industry is the third-largest foreign exchange earner in the Sri Lankan economy. The government of Sri Lanka has positioned tourism as a central pillar of the economy valuing Sri Lanka’s exceptional island-wide natural and cultural endowments.
The government is determined to nurture world-class visitor experiences firmly rooted in the inherent natural, cultural, historic, and social capital of Sri Lanka and its people, and to ensure that these experiences generate island-wide economic value. The industry is poised to offer great growth and investment potential. As a result, Sri Lanka has become an increasingly popular destination among international travelers.
Overlooking the pristine southern coast of Sri Lanka, Shangri-La Hambantota is home to an 18-hole championship golf course, which is the only resort course in the country, an expansive spa featuring exceptional Ayurveda treatments, and a unique artisan village that showcases local arts and crafts.
274 rooms, including 20 suits Sri Lanka’s only 18-hole golf resort courseShangri-La Cares: Our commitment to your well-being in our care
Facing the Laccadive Sea, this polished all-inclusive hotel on Ahungalla Beach is 9 km from the Ariyapala Masks Museum and 18 km from the E01 motorway.
Warmly furnished rooms offer minibars, free Wi-Fi, and flat-screen TVs, along with balconies or terraces. Suites add sofabeds, and some have sea views. Upgraded suites provide living areas and/or whirlpool baths. Room service is available.
Meals, snacks, and drinks are included and are served in 5 restaurants (1 Italian) and 4 bars. Other amenities consist of a nightclub and 4 outdoor pools (1 for kids), plus a spa, a gym, and a steam room. There’s also live entertainment and a kids’ club.Check-in time: 16:00Check-out time: 11:00