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The sacred city of Anuradhapura is a UNESCO World Heritage site where ancient Buddhist monasteries can be explored, dating back as far as the 5th-10th century BC. The ancient city is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world, and t...

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Aukana is the site of an impressive 43-ft/13-m statue of Buddha, which dates from the fifth century AD. Aukana is generally seen in conjunction with Anuradhapura. About 7 mi/11 km west of the city is a slightly smaller statue of Buddha, chiseled at t...

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Bentota is a quiet Sri Lankan paradise located in the Galle district, on the bank of the Bentota River mouth. The golden coastline is lined with world class resorts, making it an ideal location for a beachfront holiday. Visitors can enjoy watersports...

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Sri Jayawardhanapura Kotte is the capital of Sri Lanka, with the newly built parliament situated in picturesque surroundings, while Colombo is the main commercial capital city, where almost all the business transactions take place. Studded with high...

Categories: Colombo

Cultural Triangle

Categories: Cultural Triangle


Dambulla is a town in Sri Lanka located in the Matale District in the Central Province. Dambulla is famous for the Golden Temple of Dambulla, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the largest and best-preserved cave-temple complex in Sri Lanka. There are ...

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Dehiwala-Mount Lavinia

This is the second largest municipality in Sri Lanka. The National Zoological Gardens and Mount Lavinia Beach are among the most popular attraction to visitors. Dehiwala-Mount Lavinia is also popular for it's Buddhist statues and temples.&nb...

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Categories: Digana


Categories: Ella


This capital city has a colorful history and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The most popular historical site here is the 300 year old Dutch clock tower and fort that has stood since the early sixteenth century, through the Colonial periods of the P...

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This popular resort offers pretty beaches, good waves and a wide range of inexpensive hotels and restaurants. The reefs just offshore attract divers and snorkelers, but the coral is beat-up and the glass-bottomed boats are too numerous for our taste....

Categories: Hikkaduwa

Hill Country, Sri Lanka

Besides hills, this region has mountains, waterfalls, verdant scenery, tea plantations and a cool climate that is a welcome antidote to the heat of the coast and low-lying plains. Situated at 6,525 ft/1,990 m, Nuwara Eliya is one of the highest and m...

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The scene of intense fighting, Jaffna remains off-limits to visitors. Most of the city's residents have fled, and Jaffna has become a modern-day ruin. Before the fighting, the city's main sites were the Jaffna Fort, a number of Hindu temples and an a...

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Categories: Kandanegedara


The city lies in the Kandy Valley with its beautiful tropical plantations. The city is home to many attractively adorned temples and palaces including the Lankatilaka temple, which is decorated with delicate floral designs and painting...

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Categories: Kudawella


Marawila is a quiet beach town on the north western coast of Sri Lanka. This charming fishing village is ideal for tourists wishing to stay away from the hustle and bustle of nearby Negambo. Enjoy luxury hotels, wide beaches with water sports, and a ...

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Categories: Mirissa


Situated on the coast north of the airport, Negombo, founded by the Moors, is now a predominately Catholic enclave. The architectural remnants of Portuguese, Dutch and British colonial years make it an interesting place for a stroll. Attractions incl...

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Nuwara Eliya

Nuwara Eliya is a picturesque town in Sri Lanka known for its tea production. Enjoy the temperate climate, breathtaking views, historic buildings in the town centre, and of course, tea!

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Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage

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An ancient and compact city, the second capital of Sri Lanka after Anuradhapura, 110 mi/175 km northeast of Colombo, Polonnaruwa features 12th-century stone sculptures, an old irrigation system with huge tanks, and the Gal Vihara: three enormous Budd...

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Categories: Seeduwa


On top of a rock plateau overlooking dense jungle and a vast plain, 90 mi/145 km northeast of Colombo, is Sigiriya, the mysterious remains of the fifth-century fortress of King Kasyapa. When it was built, an impressive 5-acre/2-hectare fort sat astri...

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Sinharaja Forest Reserve

Categories: Sinharaja Forest Reserve

South Coast, Sri Lanka

The south coast of Sri Lanka contains plenty of sleepy beach towns that are perfect if you want nothing more than to relax on the beach and play in the sea. The 12-mi/19-km beach at Tangalle is stunning and uncrowded, though the surf can be too rough...

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Sri Lanka

A beautiful, lush haven of culture. Known as the jewel of the Indian Ocean, Sri Lanka is an incredible mix of gorgeous scenery and cultural heritage. This stunning destination is a paradise of pristine sandy beaches, blue skies, crystal clear waters ...

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Talalla Beach

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Trincomalee is a tropical city on the east coast of Sri Lanka. With one of the finest harbors in the world, Trinco enjoys warm weather all year round and beautiful beaches. It also hosts a famous Hindu temple, as well as great hotels.

Categories: Trincomalee

Udawalawe National Park

Udawalawe National Park rivals the wildlife reserves of Africa with over 30,000 hectares of dry zone game park and diverse herds of elephants, buffalo, sambar deer, leopards, and monkeys. Established in 1972, this wildlife sanctuary rains about 60 in...

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Categories: Unawatuna

Weligama Bay

Categories: Weligama Bay


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Wilpattu National Park

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Yala National Park

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For a small island, Sri Lanka has many nicknames: Serendib, Ceylon, Teardrop of India, Resplendent Isle, Island of Dharma, Pearl of the Orient. This colorful collection reveals its richness and beauty, and the intensity of the affection it evokes in its visitors. Head for the rolling hills to escape the heat of the plains in the cool of tea plantations. The entire island is teeming with bird life, and exotics like elephants and leopards are not uncommon. To top it all off, the people are friendly, the food is delicious and costs are low. Marco Polo considered Sri Lanka the finest island of its size in all the world, and after exploring the country's fabled delights visitors will agree. The coastal stretch south of Colombo offers palm-lined sandy expanses as far as the eye can see. Try the Kandyan dances, a procession of elephants or the masked devil dances. Find enough ancient and inspiring architecture in the cities of Anuradhapura and Polonnaruwa to satisfy the inner archaeologist.
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Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka is blessed with a myriad of attractions, sandy beaches, misty mountains covered with tea bushes, and wildlife reserves with a variety of bird life, elephants and leopards. Despite its small size, the ancient Ceylon treasures eight World Heritage sites, important samples of colonial architecture and great biodiversity that is reflected in its national parks.

Thanks to its tropical climate, with pleasant temperatures throughout the year, any time is good to travel to Sri Lanka, especially because the monsoon rains that affect the island are strong, but short.

It is a quiet country, with friendly people who welcome tourists. The tourism industry has expanded at a fast pace in the country, but even in the highest season, travelers will find monuments and beaches without tourists.

Just be aware that the combination of heat, dust, spicy flavors and long hours on the road can be overwhelming at times. However, Sri Lanka, also known as the tear drop of India, has everything for most types of travelers.


Sri Lanka is a pear-shaped island located in the Indian Ocean, in southern India. It has 1,000 mi/1,600 km of coastline and beaches, but its center is made up of mountains that rise to 8,200 ft/2,500 m (many covered with tea plantations). Most of the island is lush, tropical jungle, broken occasionally by rivers and dramatic waterfalls. The northern third of the island is a relatively dry plain.


Sri Lanka has enchanted the world's imagination for centuries. Cleopatra and Sinbad were captivated by the beautiful jewels found there, and the Roman Caesars considered it significant enough to justify an exchange of ambassadors. The Portuguese and Dutch occupied parts of the island in the 16th and 17th centuries until the British seized it in 1796. They renamed it Ceylon and claimed it as a crown colony. Ceylon became independent in 1948.

In 1972, the national government renamed the island Sri Lanka, which means "Resplendent Land." The country's recent history has been anything but resplendent, however. The long-standing differences between the Sinhalese Buddhist government and the Tamil Hindu minority boiled over into civil war in the 1980s, as the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (usually known as the L.T.T.E. or the Tamil Tigers) began an armed struggle for a Tamil homeland in the north and east. The war led to the intervention of troops from India (which failed and—some believe—resulted in the rebels' assassination of the president of India, Rajiv Gandhi). It also brought about a violent insurgency in the south and the assassination of many political leaders, including former President Premadasa in 1993.

The following year, Chandrika Bandaranayaka, whose mother and father had both been prime minister, was elected president on a platform promising to end the war. Peace negotiations failed, however, and the fighting continued until 2002, when a Norwegian-brokered cease-fire took effect. Although the country still suffers sporadic outbreaks of violence and peace negotiations have had their ups and downs, there's hope for a resolution to the long, tragic conflict.

Sadly, Sri Lanka's spirit was dampened by the massive tsunamis that struck Southeast Asia in December 2004. The giant waves caused widespread damage to the south and eastern coast of Sri Lanka, especially around the resort city of Galle. More than 35,000 people lost their lives, including at least 1,000 passengers on a train that was thrown from its tracks by the force of the wave.

In 2005, the foreign minister was killed by a suspected Tiger assassin, and a state of emergency was declared. During the following years, the civil war in Sri Lanka continued, until in May 2009, the Tamil Eelam Liberation Tigers organization was defeated and its leader was killed.

In 2013, Permanent People's Tribunal unanimously ruled Sri Lanka guilty of the crime of genocide against the Tamil people. In 2015, the common candidate Maithripala Sirisena won the election.

In April 2019, several bomb attacks on three churches and five hotels killed more than 350 people in various cities in Sri Lanka, including Colombo. In November 2019, Gotabaya Rajapaksa won the presidential election. His successor, Ranil Wickremesinghe, was sworn in, in July of 2022.


The main attractions of Sri Lanka are beautiful scenery, spectacular flora and fauna, the Kandy perahera, shopping for gems, beaches, Hindu and Buddhist temples, safaris to wildlife sanctuaries, hiking, bird-watching, scuba diving and historical sites.

The island will appeal to adventurous travelers who love tropical climates, Asian culture, festivals and beaches. Do expect the frustrations and delays that sometimes occur when traveling in a developing country.


The only surviving Buddha relic in the world is one of his teeth, guarded in the Temple of the Buddha Tooth (Sri Dalada Maligawa) in Kandy.

During the Poya, a Buddhist holiday occurring at the end of every lunar month, most of the country shuts down. Large hotels function, but local shops, markets and restaurants are closed the night of the full moon, and the days before and afterward.

The 1957 Oscar-winner for best picture, Bridge on the River Kwai, was filmed in Sri Lanka.

A British company has been studying the venom of a poisonous spider from Sri Lanka in hopes that it may hold a cure for some types of cancer.

The traditional salutation is ayubowan (may you have a long life). Use it as a "hello" and a "good-bye."

One of the most curious fishing gear in Sri Lanka is that of fishermen climbing a stick stuck in the sea to catch fish with a kind of spear.

More than 700 graffitos of the Graffiti Wall in Sigiriya have been published. Pick up the two-volume set in town.

There are only about 7,000 wild elephants left in Sri Lanka. Many have died as more land has been cleared for sugarcane plantations.

The blue sapphire used in the engagement ring of Diana, the former Princess of Wales, came from the gem mines of Ratnapura in the island's southern interior.

If you want to take a photo with a statue of the Buddha, do it with great respect and never turn your back on it.

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