Shopping Spree

CEAT Kelani Holdings Managing Director Ravi Dadlani (right) and Lanka Ashok Leyland CEO Umesh Gautham exchange the OEM agreement

The Colombo office of Emirates has begun sales of travel plus accommodation packages for the ninth Dubai Shopping Festival, which takes place from January 15 to February 15, 2004.
A range of competitively priced packages from Emirates Holidays, the leisure management division of the award-winning international airline, enables Sri Lankans to participate in one of the worlds most spectacular shopping extravaganzas for as little as Rs. 48,000 upwards per person on a twin-sharing basis.rn

rnThese packages include return air ticket, three nights accommodation in three to five star hotels on bed and breakfast basis, meet and assist services on arrival, return airport transfers, room tax and service charges. They also provide an additional baggage allowance of 10 kilograms on the passengers return or onward journey.rn

rnTwenty deluxe properties including five top-notch beach hotels are available through these packages, with accommodation starting at as little as US $ 30 per night per person twin sharing.

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