Lotus Tower

• Poised to be the tallest structure in South Asia standing at 350 meters.
• Designed in the shape of a lotus and will change between a pinkish hue and yellow hue which will be achieved with special glass coatings
• Primarily to be used as a support structure for 50 television services, 35 FM Radio Stations and 20 telecommunication service providers

The Lotus Tower is a tower under construction with a proposed height of 350 m (1,150 feet), located in Colombo, Sri Lanka. When completed, the tower will be the tallest building in South Asia. The lotus-shaped tower will be used for communication, observation and other leisure facilities, with construction costing $104.3 million and is visible throughout Colombo, its suburbs and most highways.

The tower will have four entrances, with two being used as VIP entrances. A telecommunications museum and restaurant will be located on the ground floor. The tower podium will consist of 6 floors. The first floor of the podium will accommodate a museum and two exhibition halls. The second floor will be utilized for several conference halls with seating space in excess of 500 people. Restaurants, supermarkets and food courts will be situated in the third floor. A 1000-seat auditorium will be located on the fourth floor, which will also be used as a ballroom. The fifth floor will include luxury hotel rooms, large ballrooms, and the seventh floor will host an observation gallery.