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22 November 2022
History of Ceylon Tea
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4th August 2017
“The name’s Bond. James Bond…”
Action hero par excellence. Lover of distinction, stylish, the coolest person on earth and habitué of the best hotels in the world. I fully expected to see him at Cape Weligama. Truly. Consider Cape Weligama as the epitome of style and...
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29th July 2017
Temples, trunks and tranquility – BENTLEY Magazine
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17th July 2017
Lonely Planet reveals the Top 10 must-see places in Asia for 2017
An escape from the heat of the country’s coastline, Sri Lanka’s hill country is vivid with colour and culture. Ceylon Tea Trails is ideally located to experience the peace and tranquility of the serene hill country of Sri Lanka, which...
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14th July 2017
The butler did it!
When I arrived at Tea Trails for the first time I was introduced to my private butler, Suresh. Resplendent in a silvered sarong and matching shirt, (He has 4 sets to choose from) he was everything I envisaged a butler to be...
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6th July 2017
Leopard and Biodiversity Research and Conservation in Norwood area
Leopard and Biodiversity Research and Conservation in the Norwood, Castlereigh and Bogawanthalawa Valley areas bordering Peak Wilderness Sanctuary Dunkeld Conservation Station, June 2017. Continued research being carried out by The...
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28th June 2017
Empower Culinary & Hospitality School’s inaugural graduates felicitated in international event
The Empower Culinary & Hospitality School, Sri Lanka’s premier culinary and hospitality facility with World Association of Chefs’ Societies (WACS) recognition, is an outcome of the philosophy of MJF Foundation Settlor Merrill...
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