For travel by air, Bandaranaike International Airport is located close to many highways across Colombo. These highways lead to most famous tourist spots without much hassle.
Another way to address how to reach city tour of Colombo is by means of Colombo Harbor. For people coming in by sea, this is the best way to go as it is close to many interconnected Highways and connectors. Most prominent among these are Colombo Port Main Road, AC20, AC9, A1, and A2. These roads also connect most of Colombo and by extension, some really wonderful tourist hotspots.
Colombo is also interspersed with railways stations all over that provide cost-effective solutions for city tour of Colombo. The major railway stations include Fort Railway Station, Secretariat Halt, Nugeoda Railway Station, Cotta Road Station, Kelaniya Railway Station, and Bambalapitiya Railway Station. These Railway stations cover most of Colombo. The only problem that one might face with railway is that most of these are single track railways. There are specific times when only trains going towards the interior of Colombo are available and other times when trains going towards the outskirts are available.
These modes of transport are most frequented in Colombo. For daily travels and city tour, both taxi cabs and buses are available very frequently. If a travel guide or agency of Colombo is hired, they have their own means of transport throughout the city. The Tuk-Tuk Safari is unconventional beyond belief. Three-wheeled automobiles make customized luxury trips all across Colombo in three sessions – morning, evening, and night. The drivers know the city in and out provide default packages too.