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Tuk Tuk Hostels launched


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The launch of Tuk Tuk Hostels (TTH) marks a new addition to the budget accommodation offering for tourists in Colombo and embraces the youth hostel concept to its fullest. TTH caters to the expectations of young travellers and all those who value sharing, spontaneity and experience. 

Located down Thimbirigasyaya Road, Colombo 5, TTH offers a comfortable and spaciously designed mix of male and female only dorm rooms and cosy private rooms at affordable prices, complemented by other services such as laundry, access to internet, a library and other interactive facilities – all within a safe, homely and sociable environment. Activities on offer for guests include game nights, open mic nights, karaoke and sing-alongs as well as a number of adventure tours around Colombo on bikes and tuk tuks. 

TTH is located only minutes away from supermarkets, restaurants, shopping malls, and healthcare facilities and also is in close proximity to iconic landmarks around Colombo including the Independence Square and the Colombo National Museum. The closest train station that connects to networks into and out of Colombo is only 600 meters away. To further enhance the experience of this niche category of travelers, Zostel is also in the process of launching a one-of-its-kind backpacker app. It will tap into the backpacker community to share relevant information for the ecosystem.


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