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Theme Resorts & Spas makes another giant leap

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Theme Resorts & Spas Chairman Chandra Wickramasinghe Kabaragalla Tea factory in Mandaramnuwara  claims a prestigious 

history where it fetched the highest price for its tea at the first tea auction of Colombo

The first recognised hotel in Mandaramnuwara featuring 16 luxury rooms and all amenities of a boutique hotel, Tea & Experience Factory ceremonially opened its doors to guests on 30 July. 

Theme Resorts & Spas Chairman Chandra Wickramasinghe

Staying true to its positive attitude which led to the opening the famous hotel Maalu Maalu Resort & Spa following the 30 years of civil war, Theme Resorts & Spas marks another positive leap during a time where the tourism industry of Sri Lanka is not at its best. 

Having proved its knack for sustainability and innovation, it is proud to play its part in uplifting the tourism industry during difficult times.

Theme Resorts & Spas Chairman Chandra Wickramasinghe said: "Our aim is to offer our guests an authentic Sri Lankan experience instead of a mere bed and buffet."



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