DECEMBER 21, 2011
A 40 storey twin tower at Colombo 1 is one of the architectural marvels of Sri Lanka as this skyscraper claims to be the second tallest building in South Asia. The 152 m (499 ft) World Trade Center Colombo (WTCC) is a ‘must-see’ for visitors to the commercial capital of Sri Lanka not only because this high-rise grabs the attention of all; this complex is the epitome of the active Colombo business world.
Colombo World Trade center offers novel experience to businessmen and visitors as it has state-of-the-art facilities including options for fine dining, shopping and entertainment. The large outlets inside the complex promise value for money to shoppers who look for one stop cash-and-carry destination.
Essentially a business destination, the Colombo World Trade Center offers space to private entrepreneurs and public bodies. This twin tower is very much instrumental in fuelling the economy of the region. One can access multiple global services right under one roof. The 750,000 square feet of retail area allows businesses tremendous exposure to the market and organizations which is essential for success in global trade. World Trade Center is the most sought-after business space in the whole of Sri Lanka and one is sure to be surprised by the sheer number if multinational companies lodged at this address. As it is located at the heart of Sri Lanka’s central business district, it offers access to banks, five-star hotels, business headquarters and government agencies. This is the most important landmark of Sri Lanka and it offers facilities that demand comparison with the best international business complexes across the globe.
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