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Sri Lanka shines at shopping mall promotion in Malaysia


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Guest participants at the event 

The Sri Lanka Tourism Promotion Bureau in an endeavour to increase awareness on Sri Lanka’s unique offerings as a travel destination with many global endorsements, hosted a unique promotion at the IOI city mall in Putrajaya,

Dance performances at the venue

Malaysia, which is 1.5 million square ft. 

Visitors to the stall were welcomed and escorted by a Sri Lankan traditional dance troupe. The event was ceremonially opened by Acting High Commissioner to Malaysia Majintha Jayasinghe. The event was done in collaboration with the Sri Lanka High Commission in Malaysia. The Sri Lankan stall was visited by many interested visitors who were keen to experience the Sri Lankan culture and heritage, which was combined with the variety of opportunities Sri Lanka had to offer as a travel destination. 

 

 


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