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PM opens Colombo City Centre Mall


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Colombo City Centre Mall by Abans and NextStory Group was ceremoniously opened by Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe yesterday at Colombo 2. Conveniently situated by the scenic Beira Lake at the heart of the city, this ultra-modern lifestyle destination has been billed as Sri Lanka’s first international fashion mall. The Mall will offer a world-class combination of culinary, entertainment, and retail experiences from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. every day, including a mix of high-end local and global brands, a progressive six-screen Cineplex, and the nation’s first food atrium - Pic by Sameera Wijesinghe

 


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