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Jetwing Lagoon is a very cool luxury hotel in Negombo. What's unique about it how environmentally friendly they are, also their 100 meter long infinity pool.
This Japanese stopover is a wonderful addition to Negombo's popular stretch of restaurants. The food and service are great and they've got a sushi conveyor belt in the evenings.
Hotel de Majestic is one of the oldest kottu-and-biriyani stops on the Bamba Galle Road stretch. It's a popular and easily accessible stopover for biriyani and a quick cold drink.
Palmyrah has long been one of the best places in the city for Sri Lankan food. They've expanded well into Western and Indian too, the food is great, and it's also a comfy, quiet, chilled space to dine at.
Not a lot of places in Colombo are open for breakfast - here's our list of favourites from the the city's handful of breakfast stops.
CLOSED. Segways are now in Sri Lanka, and it's not too pricey considering how cool it is. The segway rides also include fun interactive tours in Colombo and Galle.
Sponge is one of the oldest bakeries in the big city, and one of the biggest. They are still going strong with a quality range of savouries and sweets, and now also lamprais and gourmet sandwiches.
Funnily enough, Sri Lanka isn't the most vegetarian friendly country. Here's a roundup of some of the few quality places in Colombo that are veg-friendly.
Cafe Shaze is another one of Colombo's many cafe-restaurant-lounges. They serve the usual Western dishes, mocktails and coffees - the food is alright and it's pretty much on par with other cafes.
Delish is a quaint, fun little place to chill out at right smack in the middle of Havelock Town. The food is okay, the drinks are great, it's all affordable - and get this, you can play video games here too.
Pagoda Tea Rooms is basically the only place to chill out at on Chatham Street - it's in a lovely building from all the way back in 1884. They do a super lamprais, and fun fact: Duran Duran shot a music video here.