• Shangri-La Hotel
    • Shangri-La Hotel
    Hotel Galle Face Green

    Shangri-La Hotel

    • Features Sri Lanka’s first premier seven star hotel.
    • Estimated to open in late 2017, with service apartments opening in early 2018.
    • Four buildings, two hotel complexes and two residential service apartments complexes with 500 rooms

    Sitting on 10 acres of land that will also house an office tower, two residential buildings and a high-end shopping mall, Shangri-La’s presence in Sri Lanka continues to grow with its newest, seven star addition to Colombo’s skyline by late 2017. Located along the Galle Face Green promenade, this hotel has been the most prominent and anticipated luxury hotel opening in the city for almost 30 years. Providing uninterrupted views of the Indian Ocean and easy access from Colombo’s International Airport, Shangri-La will offer only the finest selection of guestrooms, suites and service apartments in the city.
    • Altair
    Hotel Colombo


    • Sitting on around 5 acres of land, The Altair project is poised to be one of the largest buildings at 68 stories and 240 meters.
    • Containing 400+ apartments, Altair will feature both a residential and commercial complex.
    • Will also feature a premier sky garden on the 63rd floor with a pool and other amenities.

    The Altair Project (or Altair) is a residential and commercial development under construction in Colombo, Sri Lanka. At 68 stories and 240m, the building will be one of the tallest buildings in Colombo when it is completed. The building is situated adjacent to Beira Lake on 2 acres of land located at 121 A, Sir James Pieris Mawatha, Colombo 2.   The building has been designed by Moshe Safdie of Safdie Design who was also the architect for the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore. There are tw
    • Port City
    City Colombo

    Port City

    • Estimated to be a $USD1.5 billion project spanning over around 233 ha, set to be one of Sri Lanka’s largest financial zones.
    • Port city is set to be opened mid 2020 with its first piece of land going for sale in late 2018 and is one of the country’s largest land reclamation projects on the Indian Ocean.

    Port City Colombo also known as Colombo International Financial City is a special financial zone that is expected to become an offshore financial centre. It is situated in Colombo, Sri Lanka and is to be built on reclaimed land adjacent to the Galle Face Green.   Spanning 269 hectares of reclaimed land from the sea, Port City Colombo will be South Asia’s premiere residential, retail and business destination, offering unmatched planned city living along the warm waters of the Indian Ocean. The development will comprise of 5 different precincts including the Financial District, C
    • Krrish Square
    Hotel Colombo

    Krrish Square

    This project, currently ranked as the 10th largest of its kind in the world

    Situated in a prime location in the central business district of Colombo, the Krrish Square development consists of two impressive towers – 280 meters and 250 meters tall respectively – that will house a five-star hotel, luxury apartments, and a new podium complete with food and retail outlets. In addition, an existing listed building that stands on the site will be refurbished and incorporated into the podium as a high end shopping mall. The project, currently ranked as the 10th largest of its kind in the world, current stands with a total project cost estimate of approximately US$ 650 million and is poised to be an important part of Sri Lanka’s commercial landscape. Companies like Samsung, Nokia and various other fortune 500 companies have in fact raised their interest in such commercial and residential complexes
    • The Lotus Tower
    Tower Colombo

    The Lotus Tower

    • Poised to be the tallest structure in South Asia standing at 350 meters.
    • Designed in the shape of a lotus and will change between a pinkish hue and yellow hue which will be achieved with special glass coatings
    • Primarily to be used as a support structure for 50 television services, 35 FM Radio Stations and 20 telecommunication service providers

    The Lotus Tower is a tower under construction with a proposed height of 350 m (1,150 feet), located in Colombo, Sri Lanka. When completed, the tower will be the tallest building in South Asia. The lotus-shaped tower will be used for communication, observation and other leisure facilities, with construction costing $104.3 million and is visible throughout Colombo, its suburbs and most highways. The tower will have four entrances, with two being used as VIP entrances. A telecommunications museum and restaurant will be located on the ground floor. The tower podium will consist of 6 floors. The first floor of the podium will accommodate a museum and two exhibition halls. The second floor will be utilized for
    • Pallekele Cricket Stadium
    • Pallekele Cricket Stadium
    Cricket Stadium Pallekele

    Pallekele Cricket Stadium

    Established: 2009
    Capacity: 35,000
    Playing area 80.0m long, 75.0m wide

    Also known as the popular Muttiah Muralitharan International Cricket Stadium, it is located a half-hour drive east of Kandy and has a capacity of 22,000. The stadium is wholly owned by Sri Lanka Cricket and was built for the 2011 Cricket World Cup along with the Hambantota International Cricket Stadium. The first Test Cricket match scheduled be played at the stadium was between Sri Lanka and the West Indies from December 1 to December 5, 2010, making this the 104th test venue, and Sri Lanka's eighth. The first One Day International at the venue was played between New Zealand and Pakistan on 8th March, 2011.
    • Highway Construction
    • Highway Construction
    • Highway Construction
    Expressway Colombo

    Highway Construction

    Colombo – Katunayake Expressway E03 is Sri Lanka’s second E Class highway. The 25.8-kilometre-long (16.0 mi) highway links the Sri Lankan capital Colombo with Bandaranaike International Airport, Katunayake and Negombo city

    Construction of the highway began in October 2009, and was opened on the 27th of October 2013, by former president Mahinda Rajapakse. It boasts a six-lane highway from Colombo to Peliyagoda, and a four-lane highway from Peliyagoda to Katunayaka, with a width ranging from 26 to 33.5 meters (85 to 110 feet). The E03 expressway links Colombo, the nation’s commercial capital with one of the country’s major tourist destination, Negombo city, and to the Bandaranaike International Airport in 20 minutes. The Sri Lanka Transport Board (SLTB) has also commenced a luxury bus service on the road conducting services between Colombo and Negombo.
    • Airport Construction
    • Airport Construction
    Airport Colombo

    Airport Construction

    Mattala Rajapaksa International Airport (MRIA) (IATA: HRI, ICAO: VCRI) is an international airport serving southeast Sri Lanka. It is located in the town of Mattala, 18 km (11 mi) from Hambantota. It is the first greenfield airport and the second international airport in the country.

    The Mattala Rajapaksa International Airport boasts state of the art facilities including the newest technology to assist air navigation systems as well as search and surveillance systems. The single passenger terminal stretches across 12,000 square meters and has a number of dining facilities airport lounges and a 1,000,000 square foot duty free area. The passenger terminal will have the capacity to handle one million passengers per annum and has already built ten international check-in counters, two domestic check-in counters, two contact gates and two passenger boarding gates. Once Phase two has been implement by 2015, the upgraded MRIA will further add 26 international check-in counters, eight domestic check-in counters, and 28 passenger boarding gates to the terminal. Source: airport.lk