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Minister Basil Rajapaksa taking a good look of the hotel’s surroundings. (Pic by: Kushan Pathiraja)

The Green Paradise Agro Eco Hotel in Dambulla constructed at a cost of Rs.1.2 billion was declared open by Economic Development Minister Basil Rajpaksa yesterday.

Nestled in the jungles of the Cultural Triangle, the resort offers 67 ecologically appointed villas offering ultimate luxury and isolation with access to the nearby historical sites like the Dambulla Rock Temple and other cave temples

Minister of State Resources and Enterprise Development Dayasritha Tissera, , Wijedasa Rajapaksa, MP, Fabrizio Pio Arpea – Italian Ambassador in Sri Lanka participated at this occasion.

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