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Verele Japanese restaurant lies at the western-most end of the Anantara Peace Haven Resort Tangalle, overlooking the Indian Ocean. This restaurant on the beach consists of two dome-shaped structures resembling two huge balls. Teppanyaki-inspired dining is enriched by the unique flavors of Sri Lankan cuisine at this specialty beachside restaurant. Because of its location, a duplex system of hot-dip galvanizing and paint was specified to protect these structures from the harsh marine environment and tropical weather of the southern coastal region.
If these structures were painted only, periodic maintenance cost would be much higher due to the rapid rate of corrosion in this high chloride environment. Similarly, adding the additional protective paint coating to hot-dip galvanizing will increase the service life of the galvanizing in this environment.
Anantara Peace Haven Resort is highlighted by this unique restaurant and it is a wonderful tourist attraction. Many tourists enjoy food with the sea view from this restaurant and hot-dip galvanized steel played a major role in making that possible in a cost-effective manner.
Building & Architecture
Water & Marine
Tangalle, Sri Lanka
Aesthetics, Coating Durability, Corrosion Performance
WATG Strategy Planning Architecture Landscape Interiors
Anantara Hotels, Resorts & Spas
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