A Lankanized version of Toys 'R' Us, where you get everything for kids from clothes to stationery to toys and arts and crafts products.
A charming old Cargills store in Nuwara Eliya which now serves as a Food City.
A charming little tea factory and tea shop just outside Nuwara Eliya.
O:Live Couture is a Colombo tailor that does everything from custom suits, to sarees, to casual wear. They’ve kept their operation relatively low-key, but their stuff is right up there with the best…
A little crossfit and work out fitness studio on Castle Street.
A bookstore with a surprisingly wide array of choices at Liberty Plaza's ground floor.
A century-old photo studio that doubles as a museum of assorted things from Sri Lankan history and around the world.
An upscale beauty bar in the reclaimed Independence Arcade.
A lovely cooking experience where you learn to make traditional Italian dishes in a stunning demo kitchen.
A chic skin care specialist salon that exclusively features products and processes from Italian brand DIBI Milano.
Chinese Lanka is a grocery store that sells everything Chinese from noodles to seaweed at the Kollupitiya Market.
Kashmir Heritage is a rather new-ish store on Galle Road, Bambalapitiya, which sells imported stuff from Kashmir.
Uptown Kandy is a gargantuan clothing store in which you're sure to get lost and never find your way out.
One of the world's biggest salon chains, TONY & GUY opened their flagship salon in Sri Lanka in May.
The Good Market's foray into the historic Galle Fort.
The "lightening/brightening" branch of Spa Ceylon's establishments.
One of Sri Lanka's first vending machines, residing at Liberty Plaza.
A fully-stocked wine cellar and alcohol shop
A reliable and hassle-free passport delivery service.
A music school and cafe by day and concert venue by night, Musicmatters is focused on high quality music education.
Mune's Kalu Dodol is one of two places that we know of, that delivers high quality dodol to your doorstep.
One of Colombo 07's top salons/spas.
A weekly, eco-friendly, organic produce market in Batticaloa.
An "app" for hailing tuktuks, ostensibly. It doesn't work.