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Places to Visit in Sri Lanka

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Tourism In Sri Lanka

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Places to Visit in Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka is one of the most fascinating and thrilling places you can visit. It is a stunning, frenzied and an incredible melting point of history and culture. You can almost breathe in the spirituality and diversity. Besides, get an opportunity to ravine yourself on different curries. The grimy golden beaches with swaying coconut palms, tea plantations, rubber, and mountains are among the best places to visit in Sri Lanka. Moreover, many elephants at the Pinnawala, the rock fortress at Sigiriya and Adam's Peak are places to see in Sri Lanka if you love nature.

Yala National Park is one of the top rated places to visit in Sri Lanka. In fact, it is the perfect place to see the big cats of this fantastic country. The national park is the world's largest concentration of leopards and aquatic birds. Other animals such as critters, crocodiles, and monkeys are seen running around the forest and grassy plains of the park. Yala is situated on the southeast coast of Sri Lanka.

Galle is a one-stop place where tourists take in all sounds and sights. Galle Fort is among the best places to visit in Sri Lanka as it has lots of cafes, eateries, and substantial cobblestoned roads. Ensure you have caught the sunset while in this amazing city. Polonnaruwa features beautiful earliest Sinhalese architecture and art. Polonnaruwa is one of the places to visit in Sri Lanka. You will have the chance to view the plentiful and well-kept ruins of statues, temples, and tombs.

Sinharaja Rainforest is a perfect hiking destination. Sinharaja is one of the most significant world heritage sites of UNESCO. Two fantastic nature trails are waiting for you to explore. Besides, you will experience the atmosphere of a forest with clear water, and tall trees are growing together. There are also lots of squirrel varieties, badger mongoose, macaque, and purple colored monkeys.

The beaches of Sri Lanka are other best places to visit. Arugam Bay, Pasikudah, and Trincomalee are the famous beaches that are always packed all through the Southwest monsoons. The Sri Lanka boasts of loads of clear, shallow water, which makes it perfect for delighting and swimming in the salty waters. Travelers can enjoy white water rafting, scuba diving, snorkeling, Lagoon canoeing, and fishing in deep sea. The famous locations for these activities are Mirissa, Hikkaduwa, Unawatanu, Mirrissam, Kithulgala, etc.

Moreover, history lovers will enjoy discovering the many gorgeous frescos, and get to learn concerning Sri Lankan ancient architectures, visit holy shrines and temples as a way of adding significance to your holiday and make it unforgettable. The Anuradhapura city, the sacred Bo Tree, and Lankarama are other best places to visit in Sri Lanka.


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Mount Lavinia in Colombo

Of all places in Colombo, Mount Lavinia is definitely one of the most romantic. Not only is Mount Lavinia known for its wild nightlife and a seaside beach that is known as the ‘Golden Mile’, but for its freedom and passion as well. Every year since 2005, Mount Lavinia hosts the Gay Pride parade and Rainbow Kite Festival. Th...

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St. Anthony Church in Colombo

Unlike other churches that exude a religious vibe, St. Anthony Church in Colombo is very austere. With a surprisingly somber atmosphere and a sense of history, it absolutely makes sense to St. Anthony Church. Especially seeing as it has been declared as a national shrine. The church is located at Kotahena in Kochchikode, Co...

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Attidiya Bird Sanctuary in Colombo

Harboring wildlife and vegetation to the brim, Attidiya Bird Sanctuary is a sanctuary in the outskirts of Colombo. This is probably because it is located so close to the city. But in reality, Attidiya Bird Sanctuary is home to over 166 different species of birds, nearly 71 species of beautiful butterflies, 44 species of fis...

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Beira Lake in Colombo

Comprising almost 65 hectares of area, Beira Lake is a location of epic scenic beauty. Constructed and named by the Portuguese in the late sixteenth century, it was originally built as a means to defend against local kings. It worked very well, as it was guarded by crocodiles and its original area was much greater. Beira La...

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Dehiwala Zoo in Colombo

Opened in 1936, the National Zoological Gardens of Sri Lanka at Dehiwala, more commonly known as Dehiwala Zoo.The National Zoological Gardens of Sri Lanka is home to three thousand animals. Located in the Dehiwala-Mount Lavinia district of Colombo, Dehiwala Zoo preserves over three hundred and fifty different species of

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Dutch Period Museum in Colombo

A portal into an era long ago, Dutch Period Museum rings of authenticity with its beautiful collection on display. Covering the Dutch colonial rule in Sri Lanka exclusively, this Dutch Period Museum was originally a mansion built in 1656. Built close to Wolvendaal Church in Pettah, Colombo Dutch Museum is possibly one of th...

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Gangaramaya Temple in Colombo

Built on the edge of Gangaramaya Park is the Gangaramaya Temple. A stellar example of Buddhist Temples in Sri Lanka, it was built by Don Bastian, a famous naval merchant in the nineteenth century. Gangaramaya Temple was built in honor of Matara Sri Dharmarama Thero. It came to be known by the locals as Padawthota Gangaramay...

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National Museum in Colombo

The National Museum of Ceylon is the gateway to another era. With a great collection of coins, ceramics, daggers, bows, arrows, swords, guns, silverware, jewelry waiting around the corner, this place is a must for history buffs and tourists. Maintained by the Department of National Museum, this is the largest museum in Sri ...

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Old City Hall in Colombo

The Old City Hall of Ceylon is a British era municipal building. Within the confines of this space, a tourist can almost sense the history of Ceylon unfolding over the ages. Built in 1865 on Main Street, this British era building houses in its ground floor gallery old trucks and municipal equipment. It is interesting to not...

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Galle Face Green in Colombo

Galle Face Green is a stretch of 1,600 feet of blissful greenery and peace. Occupying over twelve acres of land, this urban park was originally built much bigger than it is today. It is still used for golfing, but back in the day, it was used as cricket, rugby, football, polo, and tennis grounds as well for horse racing. In...

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Where is Sri Lanka located?

The city of Colombo is located on the west coast of Sri Lanka’s Western Province.

What is the best time to visit Sri Lanka?

Except for monsoon season, any time of the year is ideal to visit Colombo. The monsoon season in Sri Lanka lasts from June to September.

What are the major attractions in Sri Lanka?

Sigiriya, Temple of the Tooth, Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage, National Museum of Colombo, St. Lucia’s Cathedral, and Galle Face Green are major points of interest in Sri Lanka. 

What kind of accommodation options are available in Sri Lanka?

Major cities like Colombo have accommodation options ranging from five-star hotels to reasonably-priced lodges and guesthouses.

How safe is it to travel to Sri Lanka?

Sri Lanka is one of the safest countries to visit in Asia. There aren’t any significant security issues in Sri Lanka, except a few areas up north. It is not to travel during monsoon in Sri Lanka.