Category Archives: Places

Trincomalee

The wonders of nature, Trinco beach is the most beautiful beach in Sri Lanka and is famous for its scenic beauty. Trincomalee is precious all the time for its natural harbor and that is the largest natural harbor in.
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Sigiriya

Sigiriya is a ruined old palace and a fortress of stunning splendor and is a tribute to its ingenious builders. It is built on the flat top of a rock with a terrace and a mirror wall. The entrance.
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Ratnapura

Ratnapura the Sinhala name means “The Gem City”. It is a gem market for all gem traders and dealers. It is a fascinating scene of the traders buying and selling uncut stones, polished and cut stones. Seventeen of the.
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Polonnaruwa

Polonnaruwa is an ancient city with some melted preserved ruins despite the damage inflicted by invaders. This ancient city of antiquity was created by the Sinhala Monarch Parakramabahu in the 1st and the 12th century. If you have aesthetic.
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Pinnawela

Pinnawela is a beautiful pictorial village on a bank of a river near Kegalle between Colombo and Kandy. Pinnawela Elephant Orphanage is the only one in the world that cares for the largest elephant herd in captivity. It shelters.
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Nuwaraeliya

Nuwaraeliya is conveniently covered under the shadow of the tallest mountains of the island with all attractions of scenic beauty. It has unique arrangements of plateaus, ridges intermountain basins, and valleys. Its four mountain ranges are Piduruthalagala the tallest.
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Kandy

Kandy is a paradise with graceful charm. Dalada Maligawa the “palace of the Sacred Tooth Relic” the important monument, Kandy Lake, Hilltop hotels, and Peradeniya botanical garden the best in East Asia, a must-visit site on your Sri Lanka.
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Kalpitiya

Kalpitiya is a large fishing village situated on the water’s edge of the Puttalam Lagoon is the largest lagoon in Sri Lanka and covers a water surface of 32750ha famous for its fascinating scenic beauty. Kalpitiya is surrounded by.
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Jaffna

Jaffna was the 2nd largest city in Sri Lanka and it was also an important Portuguese colonial held. The Dutch Fort that still dominates the Jaffna skyline is spread over an area of 22hectares within the city limits. The.
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Horton Plains

Horton Plains is located 2150m above sea level corners an area of 3160 hectares. (12.2sq.m.). It contains the most extensive part of cloud forest in Sri Lanka considered the most prized watershed of the country it holds the headwaters.
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