The Marina by Debug Hospitality and Leisure celebrates successful year in Sri Lanka

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Marina, the exclusive member club by Debug Hospitality and Leisure Ltd. in Bolgoda, recently celebrated a special milestone as it successfully completed its first year of operations in Sri Lanka. Built overlooking the serene Bolgoda Lake, The Marina has made a name in the local leisure sector as the perfect venue to exclusively enjoy quality time with your family or friends and experience adrenaline-filled watersport activities.

Expressing his views on this milestone, Debug Hospitality and Leisure Chairman Moiz Najmudeen said, “The Marina by the Bolgoda Lake successfully completed its first year of operations, serving an exclusive sector of clients. By providing an exceptional experience on and off the water with our services, we have been able to grow our number of members as well. In a short span of time, the club has become a key venue as a great promoter of water-based recreational activities with a wide range of water sports activities.”

Further strengthening its presence in the country, Debug will be launching ‘Amber Collection’ – a pioneering concept in Sri Lanka to luxuriate the comforts of houseboats and boutique apartments. The high-end collection from Debug Hospitality and Leisure will offer a new dimension of relaxation for leisure seekers as well as for people who are looking for an apartment with all the amenities of a modern house.

Stepping up its game in the local leisure sector, Debug will set its sails in the picturesque Sri Lankan waterways by launching ‘Amber Flow’ – a fleet of luxury houseboats. The modern houseboat will have three spacious and luxurious rooms with an ensuite jacuzzi along with key facilities. These will excellently cater to all Sri Lankans who will love to savour a unique time by gliding over the waters. The first set of Amber Flow houseboats will roam the serene Bolgoda Lake, welcoming all abroad to experience a new kind of freedom over a leisurely cruise with their loved ones. Amber Flow customers will have access to the Marina facilities and services including the watersports.

Debug will also launch their boutique apartment that consists of four two-bedroom apartments and four studio apartments for those looking for home away from home. The upscale apartments will be situated in the heart of Colombo, which are ideal for city dwellers, with a great range of amenities. The apartments are comfortably furnished while its modern design aesthetics bring a grandeur ambience and a calm atmosphere. Each apartment has a living area, kitchen, bathroom and bedroom. With this novel concept and ideal space and location for upmarket tenants, the apartments will set a new trend in the local real estate market.

Debug Hospitality and Leisure will be taking part in the upcoming Sancharaka Udawa, an exhibition organised by the Sri Lanka Association of Inbound Tour Operators (SLAITO) to promote niche tourism products and services in the country, on 5 and 6 May. The company will have a special stall at the event premises where the Amber Collection will be officially launched for the Sri Lankan public.

Further commenting about their new venture, Debug Hospitality and Leisure General Manager Chiranjeewa Amarasinghe stated, “We are glad to introduce our latest concept – Amber Collection – in Sri Lanka at this year’s Sancharaka Udawa, which will bring a luxurious experience to all Sri Lankans. This is a unique effort by Debug to introduce novel recreational products to the local leisure and hospitality sector to entertain and captivate unique visitors.”

 

Source : FT

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