Uga Bay marked an important milestone by entering its 4th year in the hospitality industry.
The elegant and lush beach resort hotel located in Pasikudah on the pristine border of the East Coast, celebrated the occasion by giving back to the community and of course treating its staff and guests.
Uga Bay has made big strides in a short period of time, rising to the top as one of the island’s most famed and primarily selected luxury accommodation options. With its expansive and breathtaking structure encompassing 46 rooms and suites, an underground spa, first-class service and impeccable attention-to-detail, it is easy to see why.
Since its launch, the hotel has been sought after by honeymooners as well as families looking to indulge in a unique experience whilst taking in what the region has to offer. One can look forward to snorkeling, fishing and jet-skiing although for the more adventurous; diving amongst WW2 shipwrecks is also on the menu.
The celebrations were piloted by religious observances incorporating all four religions that are heeded in Sri Lanka. A Buddhist monk, Catholic priest, Hindu priest and Muslim moulavi graced the event with their presence by leading the religious ceremonies that followed the traditional lighting of the oil lamp. Afterwards, the winners and runners-up of the inter-departmental cricket tournament were awarded their trophies respectively where upon conclusion, senior members of staff were called on to cut the anniversary cake. Members of staff were then treated to a special lunch arranged within the Entertainment Centre along with a movie screening. To share the spirit, the General Manager of Uga Bay along with some of the Heads of Department and Executives made their way to Valachchanai Hindu College to make a donation of two fans to the G.C.E. A/L Commerce classroom.
Add commentComments will be edited (grammar, spelling and slang) and authorized at the discretion of Daily Mirror online. The website also has the right not to publish selected comments.
The death of the 16-year-old girl in Kalutara has been mired in controversy.
Sri Lanka boasts of a 2500 year old Buddhist culture. This culture also inclu
Abortion is illegal in Sri Lanka unless the life of the mother is at risk. Re
4 hours ago - 0 - 324
08 Jun 2023 - 0 - 44
08 Jun 2023 - 0 - 77
08 Jun 2023 - 6 - 1445
Name - Reply Comment