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Millionth tourist of the year

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1Millionth tourist of the year Empty Millionth tourist of the year Mon Dec 31, 2012 2:37 pm

Redbulls

Redbulls
Director - Equity Analytics
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Dec 31, 2012 (LBT) - Sri Lanka welcomed the arrival of 1,000,000th tourist for this year at Bandaranaike International Airport last night.

Ms. Jiang Ying and her husband who arrived Sri Lanka from the flight UL 889 from Beijing at 10.00 p.m. were welcomed by Lakshman Yapa Abeywardhana( Deputy Minister of Economic Development), Chairman of Sri Lanka Tourism( Bhashwara Gunarathna) , Kamal Rathwaththa (Deputy Chairman Of Airport and Aviation(LTD)) & Rumy Jauffer( Managing Director of Sri Lanka Tourism Promotion Bureau) together with a group of representatives from travel and tourism industry. Special gifts were given by Sri Lanka Tourism for being the lucky couple.
http://lbt.lk/news/economic/3337-millionth-of-2012

2Millionth tourist of the year Empty Re: Millionth tourist of the year Mon Dec 31, 2012 3:15 pm

Arena


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Awesome

but our target was 1.1m ......cant remember. Any way we are ahead of Maldives if i am not mistaken. But dont kw how many Indians and other low cost people are there among this 1m .

With new Hotel rands and other developments we have to believe these figures.

3Millionth tourist of the year Empty Sri Lanka targets 1.2mn tourist in 2013 Mon Dec 31, 2012 4:22 pm

sriranga

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Dec 31, 2012 (LBO) - Sri Lanka is targeting 1.2 million tourist arrivals for 2013 after welcoming a million tourists in 2012 more than it target of 950,000, the state tourism promotion office said.

On December 30, officials led by deputy economic development minister Lakshman Yapa had welcomed Jiang Ying from China as the millionth tourist when she landed in Colombo with her husband Yang Bo.

She had come on board a state-run SriLankan Airlines flight.

Sri Lanka's tourist arrivals had grown 17 percent from last year's 885,979, earning a billion rupees as revenue, the Sri Lanka Tourism Promotion Bureau said.

This year an ambitious target of 1.2 million is planned including 60,000 from China. Up to November 22,000 tourists had arrived in Sri Lanka.

The tourism office has planned the participation in 36 travel fairs for next year.

"In addition, International promotional activities will also be executed largely in collaboration with social media sites and world famous airlines to make this long term goal a reality," the tourism promotion office said.

"Moreover, under the visiting journalists programme, Sri Lanka Tourism also makes yearly arrangements to invite 200 foreign journalists from leading magazines and television channels around the globe and thereby to enhance the image of Sri Lanka."

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