Sri Lanka is on to promote Tourism with building a New Port Town and Wave Visa Fees. Sri Lanka is actively pursuing its objective of constructing a new port town to promote tourism these days. Four months after Sri Lanka’s Easter the attack, which resulted in the deaths of over 260 individuals, the nation is lastly gaining ground and looking forward to a brighter future.
According to the reports, Sri Lanka intends to encourage the arrival of tourists within its land; therefore, the government is taking many steps to accomplish this objective. The Sri Lankan government is making such an attempt to build a port town in Colombo. For the building job, the state bought 269 acres of land from the Indian Ocean. A Sri Lankan tourism official said the new town will have a financial district, resorts, water parks,
hotels and hospitals as well as theme parks in Dubai and Singapore comparable to Jumeirah. The task of carrying out this project was allocated to an engineering business from China.
So much so that on a visit to the nation for the next six months, the Sri Lankan government has waived the obligatory visa fee for travellers.
Indeed, India is one of the 48 nations exempted from the $35 visa fee (equivalent to INR 2500) as of August 2019.
Furthermore, to encourage tourism, the Sri Lankan government has also decreased airfares. The government of Sri Lanka has reportedly also enhanced safety everywhere within its borders to ensure that visitors feel secure and
comfortable during their stay.