Sri Lanka to issue fuel pass for foreign tourists

About Tourist Fuel pass

Fuel Pass for foreign travellers was introduced in Sri Lanka, allowing tourists coming to Sri Lanka to get fuel according to their requirements above the local Fuel QR Code system. Fuel Pass will encourage tourists visiting Sri Lanka to carry out their tourism activities more efficiently and without limitations.

Where can you Buy or Top-up fuel passes?

The fuel passes are available at Sampath bank counters at the BIA (Bandaranayake International  AirPort ) Katunayake, Sri Lanka. Also, International travellers should be able to buy fuel passes from any Sampath bank branch. The fuel passes are made for a prepaid system, and you can purchase a new pass or top-up from any Sampath bank branch with any foreign currency, passport, and travel details. The new pre-paid fuel pass for tourists permits a top-up of a maximum of US$ 300 and travellers can top up the pass with a minimum of US$ 50. The pre-paid cards will be valid for two years.
(Click ⇒ Find a nearby Sampath Bank Branch)

How to find a selected fuel station?

Travellers can receive their fuel requirements from around 300 Ceypetco and LIOC fuel stations islandwide (according to Minister of Tourism Sri Lanka Hon Harin Fernando)

Initially, fuel will be available at 300 CPC and LIOC filling stations, while the network is anticipated to be expanded to 500 outlets by the end of October.

Click ⇒ Find a nearby Ceypetco fuel station
Click ⇒ Find a nearby LIOC fuel station.

How to get more information?

Tourists can access https://fuelpass.gov.lk/touristpass or contact the 24-hour hotline1393 for details.


Travellers can dial 1912 ( within Sri Lanka) for fuel pass-related or tourism-related information. In addition, the Information Help Desk, Customer Care Assistant and other relevant organizations can all be contacted through this centralized network.

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