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Barefoot products are designed in Sri Lanka. Every item is specially designed for Barefoot, and is made either by workers at home or by local artists and craftsmen.
Nice place to shop, has a lot of batic (handloom) products, very nice! Also has a cafe and they have live events, like pub quiz. Check Yamu.lk for details! :)
A iconic shop and restaurant in a cafe courtyard on Galle Road. The bright colours of hand loom material of Barefoot was created by Barbara Sansoni (a design icon in Sri Lanka) in the 70s and is now a very popular hangout for locals, expats and tourists alike. The food is a mix and you can enjoy…
Barefoot cafe is a hidden spot which offers nice souvenirs as well as a nice restaurant. If you are planning to visit Colombo, This should be on your list to hop on.
Before becoming a major tourist spot, this is where all the artist, designers, architects would meet. Although it has become a popular tourist spot; you can still meet many local members of the art scene in Colombo on any given day hanging out or meeting in the café. Barefoot is open late on…
Great for Sunday Jazz would recommend reserving a table as always buzzing.
Excellent souvenir shopping and one's of Colombo's most vibrant and relaxed cafe's.
It is a wonderful place to see a variety of dyed fabrics and designs. You will finds lots of jewelry and bag options too. If you are looking for quality gifts and souvenirs, here this is the place for it, in short a good place for the afternoon to Colombo.
One of Colombo's best places for picking up local crafts and distinctly Sri Lankan produce.
Open air cafe which serves beer and light cocktails/mocktails, Barefoot is located on Bambalapitiya Galle Road. It's a great place to unwind with some good food and great music. Their store is well worth a visit too.
“Once the architect Geoffrey Bawa's studio. Today the Gallery Cafe is home to a small gallery, an excellent souvenier kiosk and some of the best fusion food in Colombo. The cocktails are solid. Favourites include: Black Pork Curry, the Frozen Strawberry Margarita and Double Chocolate Cheesecake (though this is controversial, most swear by the Chocolate Nemesis).”
“Established during 1877, this is the biggest museum in the island nation and is undoubtedly the pride of Sri Lanka. The place houses some of the best and personalised collections of the ancient Kandyan dynasty rulers. Carrying striking reflections of the Italian style of architecture, the museum houses countless artefacts dating back several centuries, portraying the cultural and natural nuances of the country. Check out the magnificent throne of the last king of Kandi, along with the royal throne of King Wimaladharmasuriya II and pair of Bodhisattva sandals dating back to the 9th century! If you’re a history fanatic or simply curious about the culture of Sri Lanka, a visit to the National Museum of Colombo has ample treats to tickle your fancy.”
“Built in the late 19th Century, this is one of the oldest and most important Buddhist temples in Colombo. Located near to Beira Lake in the middle of a rushed city of Colombo. A temple and museum all in one featuring large no of Buddha statues and collection of antiques and artifacts all over the world. A definite must-see and visit place in Colombo.”
Home Goods Store
“Amongst selling contemporary home ware, local handicrafts, antiques, clothing, giftware and crockery the Paradise Road brand has become the leading local design brand in Sri Lanka.”
“Taking its name after Queen Viharamahadevi, the Viharamahadevi Park is the largest one in Colombo. Combining picnic spots, waterfalls, a public park, a zoo, nature trails, and much more, the park is one of the most relaxing places to visit in Colombo. It is one of those rare few places that always manage to surprise you, regardless of how many times you visit. The calming, peaceful vibes of nature combined with the adventurous rides make this place an unmissable spot when travelling to Colombo. While it is no wonder that the park is a favourite amongst kids, it also appeals equally to adults seeking respite from the banter of routine life.”