Makati, Pilipinas (PressExposure) July 13, 2011 -- For its abundance in natural beauty and cultural splendors, Sri Lanka was deemed the no. 1 must-visit place in 2010 by The New York Times, a Pulitzer Prize winning American newspaper. The commendation not only uplifts Sri Lanka's tourism industry, but also reinforces its moniker as The Pearl of the Indian Ocean. See what the buzz is all about through Amaya Langdale, whose luxurious facilities and tours teem with authentic Sri Lankan culture. Check out its online reservation system, which can be the ticket to a satisfying vacation at this South Asian nation.
Amaya Langdale's website ([http://www.amayaresorts.com/srilanka/langdale/amayalangdale.htm]) provides a booking engine powered by DirectWithHotels. It takes only four easy steps to do your reservation. Start by clicking on the "Reserve Now" button. It immediately directs guests to input their preferred check-in and check-out dates. The next page includes the available rooms, their amenities, and rates per night. Their discount rates, if any, are also provided here. The succeeding page is a summary of the reservation details and the total cost where guests can review and approve their booking.
Only a 10% advanced payment is required to reserve and guarantee the accommodations. All personal data, such as debit/credit card information, are kept confidential. The final page shows the confirmation of the hotel reservation. Guests then receive an e-mail, which contains the details of their online transaction. It takes only a few minutes to complete the whole process.
Amaya Langdale is located in Nuwara Eliya, a town that is characterized with vast landscape and temperate climate. The town is famous for its tea plantations, a vital source of livelihood for many Sri Lankans. Once known as 'Little England,' Nuwara Eliya is dotted with several buildings that have retained their Colonial style.
Guest spaces at Amaya Langdale are fitted with antique-style woodcraft, hand-woven cotton linen, and designer bath fittings. They also include 24-hour Wi-Fi Internet connectivity, air-conditioning, electric heater, and a 30-inch LCD TV. Complemented with genuine hospitality, the deluxe facilities are well-suited for leisure and corporate needs. Do your sexecutive meetings at the business rooms, rejuvenate with an Ayurvedic Spa, take a dip at the swimming pool, and imbibe Sri Lankan tradition by joining the hotel's strawberry tours, trail biking, hiking, and photography activities.
The surrounding buildings and natural attractions are breathtaking as well. Hike towards the World's End, a sheer precipice with a 870 m drop, and the Adam's Peak, a 2,243 meter-high mountain with 'magical' legends. Go to Galway's Land National Park, a wildlife sanctuary for birds. Sharpen your golf skills at The Vitoria Golf Club, a 500-acre property overlooking the Knuckles Mountain Range. Have a look at the Queen's Cottage, which is the Sri Lankan President's vacationing and country residence. Most important is to have a sample of Sri Lanka's best export product at The Tea Factory, where the world's finest tea is manufactured.
Visit [http://www.amayaresorts.com/srilanka/langdale/amayalangdale.htm] for further details and to make online reservations at this luxurious Sri Lankan haven.