Tri Lanka Resort

Jan 8, 2016

Category: Living

Rain forest getaways are a dime a dozen nowadays, and now there’s yet another getaway for potential travelers: the Tri Lanka, a new eco-friendly resort set in Sri Lanka.

In fact, it sits on beautiful Lake Koggala, and it offers minimalist accommodations. There are ten total suites and rooms, three of which have their own private pools. They’re laid out in a spiral pattern similar to the Golden Ratio. Each hut has a green roof powered by solar panels to provide hot water. They were created using local recycled wood and other materials, and have living walls. The resort allows travelers to take in Sri Lanka’s awe-inspiring beauty, and it has a cantilevered pool, dining area, viewing deck, library, entertainment room, a treetop yoga studio, and the resort’s own Beach Club & Restaurant on a nearby beach. Rentals start at $200. [Purchase]

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