Dusit Thani Beachfront Balapitiya last week said that 50% of Phase 1 of the project has been sold out. The beach front high-rise property that consists of 560 apartments will be constructed under three stages. While the property will feature three phases, the first segment of the construction will be... Continue reading
A Press conference was held to announce 50% of our Phase 1 being sold. We also announced that Dusit Thani Sri Lanka will contain one of the largest beach clubs in all of Asia.
Dusit Thani Beachfront Balapitiya held a press event on December 7th 2017, to announce that 50 percent of Phase-one of the project has been sold. As construction is underway, there are going to be several announcements within the next few months that will be released with regards to Stage-two of... Continue reading
The Thai-based luxury hospitality company Dusit Thani will be opening a hospitality school in Sri Lanka to address regional demand for labour at its properties in South Asia and the Middle East, the company’s local partner said. “Dusit Thani is starting a school in Sri Lanka for training in the... Continue reading
56 per cent of Dusit Thani Sri Lanka's US$ 200 million beachfront apartments in Balapitiya were pre-sold, indicating increasing foreign interest in the project, revealed the project developer, Indola Group. Addressing a press conference yesterday, Indola Group Director Paul Dwyer said, a majority of tourism developments are focussed in Colombo,... Continue reading
Due to the success of our first event in Dubai, Dusit Thani Sri Lanka held another event in Dubai at the Dusit Thani Hotel at Sheikh Zayed road. New information about our project was released along with our construction progress. If you want to participate in any future events by... Continue reading
We had such a great time with everybody who attended our 50% Sold Celebratory Event held at the Colombo Sales Office on 20th of October 2017.
Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe who is on an official visit to Beijing said China’s ‘One Belt One Road’ would help Sri Lanka to become a hub of the Indian Ocean. He said this at the high level talks on ‘One Belt One Road’ programme in Beijing. The Prime Minister said... Continue reading
By Jones Lang LaSalle Property Consultants There is ample evidence to support Sri Lanka’s importance and strategic location, between East and West, during the period when the ancient Silk Road operated from China to Europe providing land and sea routes for the movement of silks, spices and precious stones. Archaeological... Continue reading
Sri Lanka has signed a long-delayed billion-dollar deal that allows a Chinese state-owned firm to take over a loss-making port. The move worries many China-watchers, including India, Japan and the US. The deal was signed between two state firms - the Sri Lanka Ports Authority (SLPA) and China Merchants Port Holdings... Continue reading