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The world is at your fingertips., the latest and technologically advanced online travel portal, was launched successfully at the Liberty Ballroom Ramada Colombo recently.

“We felt that even though there are so many players playing the traditional game, there was still room for innovation to create a new paradigm of solutions to the traveller. That’s the journey we embarked on,” said Managing Director Hanif Ibrahim, in his address at the launch event.
With, a “do it yourself” online system, you can arrange travel with a click of a button, at the comfort of your chair at home or office at attractive prices without the hassle and burden of going through the traditional process of depending on travel agents. offers you amazing airfares, unique overseas holiday packages, worldwide hotel reservations, exclusive discounts for local hotels, visa services, travel insurance, airport taxi services and many more. 

What’s really very unique of this online system is the fact that it not only caters to the public at large but an amazing affiliate’s programme that enables corporates, a freelancer, sub agent or a franchise dealer to have their own unique log in credentials to access the system. Visit for more information on their affiliates programme and how you can be part of it. 

By continuing to invest heavily in our technology and people, Easy Travel Centre is committed to ensuring that whatever the purpose of your trip, whatever the destination and the experiences you wish to enjoy, is your first choice for the best flights, holidays and tour deals.
Log on to and experience amazing journeys always.

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