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Love is all around at Waters Edge this February

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It’s that time of the year again when the town gets painted in hues of red and pink in celebration of love. This Valentine’s Day Colombo’s entertainment hub Waters Edge will help you create storybook fantasies for your precious one. 

Nothing can beat the gorgeous view of the fading daylight in tune with the tranquillity of the Diyawanna Lake. Known as the perfect spot for a surprise, a simple candlelit dinner or even a marriage proposal, this year Waters Edge invites you to spend time with yours truly!

‘Love Bites’ at 

the Bakery

Tickle your taste buds from 11-14 February with specialty cakes, cupcakes and cookies created by the master artisans at Waters Edge. Top it off with a thoughtful card and flowers and a visit to the Chamathka Jewellery Store for a special trinket to remember this moment by. Orders for designer and 3D cakes will be undertaken as well.

‘Double Love’ at 

Tea Lounge

On that all important 14 February indulge in a specially orchestrated tea for two made by our executive pastry chef Nalin Hewage. This platter is inclusive of delicious desserts and spicy savouries with selected iced or hot teas and/or mocktails of your choice. The tea for two will be priced at 3,950 nett per couple.

‘Cupids Love’ at Pranzo

Celebrate this Valentine’s Day with an evening under the stars with your special someone. Indulge them in an elegant five-course dinner put together by award-winning Executive Chef Buddhika Samarasekara. Those who wish to dine indoors can also do so in the comfort of the plush restaurant. Priced at 4,000 nett per person this exclusive dinner will include a red rose for the lady, a photograph memento for the couple and bubbly.

‘Endless Love’ at Broad Walk and Bavarian

Celebrate the eternity of love at a beautiful location overlooking the Diyawanna Lake complimented by an international buffet spread. With a choice of dining indoors or outdoors this dinner will be priced at 3,000 nett per person.

Want to take it up a notch? Let us help you! Be it a proposal, or a grand statement for your loved one, you give us the specifics, we will make it happen. You have the option of proposing on a helicopter, or even ride a helicopter to dinner to spice things up. A seaplane tour is also available on request. If you opt to go for a quieter scenario we can setup a table for two by the lake with a candlelit dinner. For more information call Waters Edge on 0112 863863.


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