Saturday, September 13, 2014


executive summary by darmansjah

JETWING VIL UYANA  Built on man-made wetlands, this luxury hotel weaves culture and nature together into one seamless experience for travelers pining for both. Twenty-five earth-toned dwelling await in forest and marsh habitats, where more than a hundred wildlife species are found, including such rarities as the gray slender loris. “Tens years ago, this same area was a barren patch of slash-and-burn agriculture,” explain chairman of Jetwing Hotels Hiran Cooray. “We worked hard to nurture it back to nature.” Guests set out on foot to explore the ancient city of Sigiriya, a UNESCO World Heritage site just minutes away that rises 1,214 feet high. 27 rooms; from $150, including breakfast.

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