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Events and News


Laksala records its highest seasonal turnover
12 May 2015
LAKSALA; the undisputed leader in the Handicraft, Gift & Souvenir market in Sri Lanka has recorded its highest seasonal showroom turnover of Rs 69.1 Mn in April 2015 since the year 2011. Further Laksala was successful in achieving its highest ever turnover of Rs 3.61 Mn per day in a single Showroom in its 50 year history.
Pooja Umashankar visit LAKSALA – State Owned Gift & Souvenir Boutique
30 April 2014
Pooja Gauthami Umashankar, popularly known as “Pooja”, is an Indian -Sri Lankan actress, who has primarily appeared in Tamil films as well as Sinhala and Malayalam, Visited Laksala Thummulla Showroom on 30th April 2015.
Laksala promotes Gift & Souvenirs in Western Australia
17 April 2015
Mr. Roshana Jalagge, a leading businessman based in Western Australia visited Laksala Thummulla Showroom with a view to promoting Sri Lankan Arts & Crafts, Gem & Jewellery, and Premium Teas in Western Australia. Mr. Jalagge was very impressed with the variety and quality of the Gift & Souvenirs manufactured by Crafts Entrepreneurs and marketed through Laksala Fourteen Showrooms Island wide.
Wife of Prime Minister of Bhutan visits Laksala Museum Gallery Cafe
10 April 2015
On Friday 10th April 2015; Madam Tashi Doma, wife of Prime Minister of Bhutan Hon. Tshering Tobgay visited Laksala Museum Gallery Café during their official visit to Sri Lanka. She was very impressed with the design and quality of products on display, manufactured by a large number of Crafts Entrepreneurs from different parts of Sri Lanka.
Gift Sri Lankan Crafts this Sinhala and Tamil New Year
07 April 2015
The New Year festivities of Laksala were launched on 06th April 2015 among a gathering of distinguished Invitees, Customers, Crafts Entrepreneurs and Media personnel at the Thummulla Showroom and concurrently at the Laksala Museum Gallery cafe and “Ape Gama” in Battaramulla with the lighting of the traditional oil lamp to the sounds of the rabana and the crackling oil of the preparation of “Kewum” and “Kokis”. There are lots of activities for the whole family.