Kaema

Kaema

 

highlands in the northern People’s Democratic Republic of Korea, part of the Manchurian-Korean mountains. Elevations of about 1,000 m predominate; the highest point is Puksubaek-san (2,522 m). The highlands are composed of granites, gneisses, and metamorphic rocks. The northern slopes are gentle and cut by tributaries of the Yalu River (Amnok-kang); the southern slopes are steep and faulted. There are mixed forests. Hydroelectric power plant reservoirs and cascades are located on the Changjin-gang and Hochon-gang. Deposits of gold and nonferrous metals are found in the highlands. There are pasture lands, and potatoes and oats are grown in river valleys.

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The Shangri-La Group, in a statement, said, "From Wednesday 12 June, 6 pm onwards (local time), popular dining establishments including Sapphyr Lounge, Capital Bar and Grill and Kaema Sutra will reopen for service.
From Wednesday 12 June 6 pm onwards, popular dining establishments including Sapphyr Lounge, Capital Bar & Grill and Kaema Sutra will reopen for service.
From Wednesday 12 June 6pm onwards, popular dining establishments including Sapphyr Lounge, Capital Bar and Grill and Kaema Sutra at Shangri-La Hotel Colombo will reopen for service.
"I have a dream that I have not been able to fulfil for a long time, which is trekking Mount Paektu and the Kaema Plateau," Moon said during a banquet after his first summit with Kim in April, which took place at the demilitarised zone separating the two neighbours.
The ruling party's pledges also include the opening of direct flights from Seoul to Mount Paektu, the development of a tour course linking Mount Paektu and Kaema Plateau as well as the connection of railways such as Gyeongwon Line.
Summary: Kaema Sutra restaurant will serve Sri Lankan cuisine
Modern Sri Lankan at Kaema Sutra (kaemasutra.com) in Independence Arcade.