Sri Lanka 2019 - Tourism

The spotlight is very much on Sri Lanka’s tourism sector in 2019, after globally recognised company Lonely Planet named it as the number-one travel destination for the year. As the country embarks on a year of ambitious goals to attract more visitors, the sector is also at a critical juncture. Successful, sustainable growth will rely on a delicate rebranding of the destination’s reputation, from budget beach trips to a place where visitors are willing to pay all price points, including at the luxury level, and are well served. It is also important that growth is not achieved to the detriment of the island’s natural assets, both environmental and human. This chapter contains an interview with Hiran Cooray, Chairman, Jetwing Hotels.

The Report

This chapter is from the Sri Lanka 2019 report. Explore other chapters from this report.

Interviews & Viewpoints

Sketch of Hiran Cooray, Chairman, Jetwing Hotels
Hiran Cooray, Chairman, Jetwing Hotels: Interview

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