Apart from being a tropical island, which offer all the attractions related to this status – Sri Lanka has a long and rich cultural, religious and artistic history.
The island’s Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam and Christianity have resulted in many temples, mosques and churches which nowadays are great tourist draws.
Famous as one of Sri Lanka’s ancient capitals, the sacred city of Anuradhapura is popular for its preservation of ruins Read More»
Dambulla Cave Temple, situated in the town of Dambulla, 150km east of Colombo and located in the arid Northern Plains, Read More»
Hikkaduwa, almost 20km northwest of Galle and approximately 100km away from Colombo, Hikkaduwa Beach was one of the Read More»
Located in northern Sri Lanka is the second-oldest city on the island, Polonnaruwa. In fact, Anuradhapura was succeeded Read More»
The Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic, or Sri Dalada Maligawa, as it is known locally, is one of the most-visited Read More»
Owned by the DWLC, or the Department of Wild Life Conservation, the Elephant Transit Home was established in 1995 as a Read More»
Founded in the 16th century, this town was overtaken by Portuguese seamen. Then the Dutch took over in 1640. The British Read More...
A major attraction in Kandy, Sri Dalada Maligawa has a tooth relic of the Lord Buddha displayed once every six years. Read More...
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