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* Abercrombie & Kent starts operations in Sri Lanka
Fri, May 16, 2014, 07:50 pm SL Time, ColomboPage News Desk, Sri Lanka.

May 16, Colombo: Abercrombie and Kent, worlds' leading luxury travel company has started operations in Sri Lanka on 13th May, 2014.

Abercrombie & Kent, founded in 1962, has 63 offices in 30 countries delivering inspiring experiences in the world's greatest destinations through a global network of 51 offices.

Abercrombie & Kent will focus on sending high end tourists to Sri Lanka from various destinations in the world.

The firm's local partner is United Holidays (Private) Limited. Afghar Mohideen, Owner and founder of United Holidays continues as Chairman of Abercrombie & Kent Sri Lanka.

The firm is also planning to train selected Sri Lankan hotel staffs to meet luxury standards in the future.

The latest entry by the firm is expected to be a boost to Sri Lanka Tourism's ongoing work towards attracting high end tourists to the country.

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