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Colombo Attractions
 Colombo is the most modern city in Sri Lanka. It is a vibrant bustling modern city with luxurious hotels, malls and a rich night life yet it has not lost its old charm which still remains ...
Casinos Sri Lanka
 Sri Lanka has in the recent past developed a new genre of tourism and managed to attract large numbers from the east as well as south East Asia. Sri Lanka cannot boast about their casinos ...
Anuradhapura
 Described as a sacred destination and the thriving centre for Sri Lankan ancient civilization is none other than Anuradhapura. The ruins, temples, statues, palaces and water reservoirs mak...
Habarana
   Looking for five star service, wild life and the wonders and beauty of nature Habarana is definitely the place to be. Some of the best hotels in Sri Lanka are situated  right here and...
Kalpitiya
In the past few years Kalpitiya has now boomed into becoming one Sri Lanka’s hot destinations. This has been mainly due to the extreme abundance of dolphins that are spotted in this area. ...
Mannar
 Mannar is a dry island with a desert like climate, however do not let that fool you into thinking that this place has nothing to offer. Mannar was also involved in the civil conflict and t...
Negombo
 Looking for a coastal retreat that is close to Colombo and gives you the perfect blend of a quiet beach holiday with a little exciting night life then Negombo is the perfect place for you....
Wilpattu National Park
Wilpattu national park, being the largest wilderness park in Sri lanka, spans over 500 square miles. The park is located 30km west of Anuradhapura and bordered by the Modaragam aru in the so...
Anawilundawa Sanctuary
 The Anawilundawa wetland sanctuary is 1400 hectare land that lies between the North western coast line and the Negombo Puttalam railway line, in the Puttalam District of Sri Lanka. This sa...
Bellanvila Attidiya Sanctuary
Bellanvila Attidiya sanctuary that stretches over 372 hectare land in the commercial capital of Sri Lanka, is a vital wetland as well as a nesting ground for birds. This was declared as a sa...
Horagolla National Park
Horagolla national park is one of the recently established national parks in Sri Lanka. The area was originally designated as a wildlife sanctuaryin1973 considering its rich biodiversity and...
Negombo Lagoon
Located in the Gampaha District, south-west of Sri Lanka, the Negombo Lagoon is a large estuarine lagoon that is fed by a number of small rivers and a canal....
Negombo Beach
A beautiful and popular sandy stretch of beach on the western coast of Sri Lanka, the Negombo beach attracts many people who gather there to enjoy the sun and sea and relax on its sandy beac...
Dutch Fort in Negombo
A distinct and striking tourist attraction that unfailingly attracts people from all walks of life, the Old Dutch Fort is a structure that harks back to Sri Lanka’s colonial days when the ...
St. Marys Church in Negombo
Negombo is heavily influenced by the Christian faith. In fact Negombo has been given the name ‘Little Rome’ due to the highly ornate Portuguese-era Roman Catholic churches such as St. Ma...
Anglican Church in Negombo
Built in the Neo-Gothic architectural tradition in 1879, St. Stephen’s Church Negombo is an Anglican Church that stands at an elevated site, which was originally a bastion of the Dutch For...
Muthurajawela Marshes
Muthurajawela is the largest saline coastal peat bog in Sri Lanka, located on the west coast between Negombo Lagoon and Kelani River and spreading inland up to Ragama and Peliyagoda in the G...
Dutch Fort of Kalpitiya
Located at the northern tip of the narrow land tongue that stretches to the north for about 50 kilometres beyond Puttalam, parallel to the mainland, the Dutch Fort of Kalpitiya was built in ...
Alankuda Beach
Alankuda Beach is a stretch beach recently developed in the Kalpitiya peninsula off the north western coast of Sri Lanka. Alankuda Beach is a starting point for off-shore whale watching and ...
Kalpitiya Dutch Bay
Placed 150 km north of the capital, Colombo, the Kalpitiya region is one of the most beautiful coastal areas located in the Western Province of Sri Lanka. ...
St. Anne's Shrine – Talawila
The famous sanctuary of St. Anne stands in Talawila, on the narrow tongue of land known as the Kalpitiya peninsula. Around the shrine is a waste of bleak sand, dotted over with copses of lo...
Kalpitiya Islands
The scenic Kalpitiya marine sanctuary extends to about 307 sq. km. being home to Sri Lanka’s largest coral reef, the ‘Bar Reef’. Right around clustered in a perfectly-formed jigsaw puz...
Annaiwilundawa Wildlife Sanctuary
On the Puttalam Road approximately 100km north of Colombo (15km north of Chilaw), an unsigned left turn 300 metres beyond of the 91km post leads 1.5km down a quiet lane into the heart of ano...
Senanayake Aramaya
The Senanayake Aramaya is a temple situated on the Main Chilaw Road, at Madampe, Sri Lanka, which houses the Sacred Hair Relics of Lord Buddha. This temple at Madampe was built by two philan...
The Kelaniya Raja Maha Vihara
The Kelaniya Raja Maha Vihara is one of the most sacred worshipping places of the Buddhists of Sri Lanka since it is a site made hallowed by the visit of Lord Buddha. In the past Kelaniya it...
Attanagalla Raja Maha Viharaya
Attanagalla Rajamaha Viharaya is one of the most famous ancient royal temples in Sri Lanka. The Attanagalla Royal temple is the primary one among its nine subordinate temples and is situated...
The Sri Mahabodhi Tree
The Bodhi Tree, also known as Bo (from the Sinhalese Bo), was a large and very old Sacred Fig tree (Ficus religiosa) located in Bodh Gaya (about 100 km (62 mi) from Patna in the Indian state...
The Mirisavati Dagaba
Mirisawetiya is famous as one of the creations of King Dutugemunu who reigned in the kingdom of Anuradhapura in 161-137 BC. Numerous stories surround the building of the Mirisawetiya....
Loha Prasada - The Brazen Palace
The Brazen Palace or Loha Prasada – in reality the monks’ quarters – gets its curious name from the fact that it originally had a copper-tiled roof. It must have been a magnificent bui...
The Jetavana Dagaba
The Jetavanaramaya is a stupa, located in the ruins of Jetavana Monastery in the sacred world heritage city of Anuradhapura. While King Mahasena (273-301 AD) initiated the construction of th...
The Abhayagiri Monastery and Dagaba
“Abhayagiriya” is one of seventeen religious units in Anuradhapura and the largest of its five major viharas. One of the focal points of the complex is an ancient stupa,...
The Samadhi Buddha
The Samadhi Statue is a statue situated at Mahamevnāwa Park in Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka. The Buddha is depicted in the position of the Dhyana Mudra, the posture of meditation associated with...
The Kuttam Pokuna - The Twin Ponds
The twin ponds are a magnificent example of landscape architecture built on a grand scale. The ponds are in fact not twins at all, with one pond being longer by 40 feet than the other. ...
Isurumuniya
The temple was built by King Devanampiya Tissa who ruled in the ancient Sri Lankan capital of Anuradhapura. After 500 children of high-caste were ordained, Isurumuniya was built for them to ...
Rathna Prasadaya
Rathna Prasadaya was a skyscraper built by King Kanittha Tissa who ruled Ceylon from 167-186 AD....
Kala Wewa
This reservoir was built by the King Dhatusena who ruled the country during 455-473 CE in the 5th century....
Thisa Wewa
This reservoir is said to have been built by king Devanampiya Tissa (250-210 BC), it is situated in the sacred area of the city of Anuradhapura, and it has been constructed to provide water ...
Aukana Buddha Statue
The Aukana statue is considered to be one of the best examples of a standing statue of the Buddha from ancient Sri Lanka. It is okayed near Kekirawa in North Central Sri Lanka close to the K...
Satmahal Prasada
This pyramid shaped, seven-storey building is thought to be an unusually shaped stupa. It is said that similar stupas can be seen in Cambodia and in Siam. It is thought this has been built f...
Lotus Bath (Nelum Pokuna)
The Nelum Pokuna or the Lotus Bath is a small stone bath of completely unique design, built in tiers of eight petalled lotuses in descending form. The fine cut granite is in excellent format...
Kingdom of Dambadeniya from Yapahuwa
Yapahuwa was one of the ephemeral capitals of medieval Sri Lanka. The citadel of Yapahuwa lying midway between Kurunegala and Anuradhapura was built around a huge granite rock rising abruptl...
Dambadeniya Wijayasundararamaya
The two storied quaint Vihara mandiraya set in the middle of a cluster of modern buildings is believed to have been the old Dalada Maligawa. The wooden upstairs part of the building can be a...
Ridi Viharaya
Ridi Viharaya lies about 20 kilometres away from the ancient kingdom of Kurunegala in a small village called Ridi Gama....
Panapitiya Ambalama
The Panapitiya Ambalama is a modest wooden structure standing in a clearing of flat land bordering a stretch of paddy fields. It features a wealth of wooden wonder, with carvings covering al...
Padeniya Raja Maha Viharaya
The Padeniya Raja Maha Viharaya is a quaint archaeological treasure that lies within a newly-built temple wall. The ancient temple is situated on a low rock overlooking a small lake. The sur...
Karathana Gal Len Viharaya
Situated in the peaceful surroundings of coconut, teak plantations and paddy fields the small len viharaya placed on a rocky ridge which seems to suddenly emerge from the flat plains....
Devagiri Raja Maha Vihara
Devagiri Raja Maha Vihara in Bingiriya is one of the ancient temples in Sri Lanka. It is situated in Kurunegala District in the North Western Province....
Ras Vehera (Sesuruwa) Buddha Statue
This is a colossal statue of Buddha lying close the famous Aukana statue, but not as popular. This statue is called Ras Vehera as well as Sasuruwa (or Sas-seruwa). The height of this statue ...