Majestic City

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Majestic City
LocationBambalapitiya, Sri Lanka.
6°53′38″N 79°51′17″E / 6.893888°N 79.854722°E / 6.893888; 79.854722
Opening date1990
ManagementR.Selvaskandan (Chairman)
J.C.Page (Deputy Chairman/Managing Director)
OwnerC T Land Development PLC
ArchitectThe Design Group Five International (Pvt) Ltd
Total retail floor area247,823 ft2
No. of floors5
2 below ground
Parking135 approx.

Majestic City is a seven-storey commercial and shopping complex which is located in Bambalapitiya, Sri Lanka, near the Bambalapitiya Railway Station. C.T. Land Development PLC is the owning company of Majestic City.The late Mr. Albert A. Page is the founder chairman of the complex. Majestic City is considered as Sri Lanka's most sought after 'Destination Center' incorporating a diverse range of shopping outlets, a food zone, supermarket, children's amusement center, banks and the popular Majestic Cineplex.



Construction was completed in 1990 with contribution from Architects, The Design Group Five International (Pvt) Ltd and contractors, Tudawe Brothers Limited.


In 2008 a massive renovation was done to the Majestic city building. In 2012 the level 5 of Majestic City was refurbished and three new cinemas (Superior, Gold and Ultra) were set up including the Sri Lanka's First 3D cinemas (Superior).

Majestic Cineplex[edit]

Majestic City Platinum Cinema

Majestic Cineplex includes four cinemas managed by Ceylon Theaters (Pvt) Ltd, [1]

  • MC-Platinum Cinema - 445 seats
  • MC-Ultra Cinema - 150 seats
  • MC-Gold Cinema - 50 seats
  • MC-Superior 3D Cinema - 170 seats

Platinum cinema which is located in level 4 was built in 1990 as a 2D hall and in 2013 it was refurbished and upgraded to a 3D cinema using Dolby® 3D technology [2]

See also[edit]

Other shopping complexes in Sri Lanka,