General Manager 

Mr.A.S.M. Fayis

Inner Harbour Road


Tel : 026-2225971
Fax : 026-2225972



Eastern province is most preferred destination for leisure and pleasure.

Providing tourism related infrastructure and services collaboratively with relevant stakeholders emphasizing the private sector participation to attract domestic and international tourists seeking historical, cultural, scenic and religious admiration whilst improving business opportunities for the community.

Thrust Area - 1   :  Developing tourism related infrastructure.
- Improved infrastructure for tourism development.
- Improved and beautified tourism locations.
Thrust Area - 2   : Development & dissemination of tourism information.
- Developed tourism information system.

- Disseminated tourism information.
Thrust Area - 3   :  Enhanced business opportunities.
- Promoted marketable products related to tourism.     
- Enhanced fund raising strategies and investment opportunities.
Thrust Area - 4   : Tourism related skill development.
- Developed skills to improve tourism products and services.
- Developed skills to improve the capacity of organizations and institutions.
Thrust Area - 5   :  Institutional capacity development & governance.
- Established & strengthened institutions involved in tourism development and coordination.
- Performance of tourism development monitored and evaluated.
- Performance of Bureau evaluated.


Discussion on reviving and rebuilding the tourism sector from the affects after the Easter Sunday attack held on 20.06.2019 in Trincomalee with the chairmanship Indika Nalin the Chairman of Eastern Province Tourism Bureau. This was organized by the Eastern Province Tourism Bureau under the guidance of its General Manager Mr. A.S.M. Fayis.

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Under the guidance of Hon. Governor, a documentary film about Tourism in Eastern province has been released by Tourism Bureau Eastern Province to promote tourism and increase tourist arrivals in Eastern Province.

This documentary film include nearly 45 tourist places in Eastern Province and it has 17 minutes of running time.


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