Sri Lanka’s most fascinating historical sites

‘Lanka’, as my Sri Lankan friends at home in Australia often call it, was somewhere I’d been desperate to visit for a while. When I finally got to fulfil that dream last year, it was as diverse, vibrant and wonderful as I had always imagined. While admittedly it was the food that originally piqued my […]

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A backpacker’s guide to Sri Lanka: a one-month itinerary – The Guardian

The Guardian Move on to the south coast next, perhaps stopping for a night in Wellawaya to see the seven 10th-century Buddhist rock reliefs at Buduruwagala (the tallest in Sri Lanka), before reaching Hiriketiya (4 to 5 hours by bus), a deep horseshoe-shaped surf …  

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5 experiences that prove Sri Lanka is an adventurer’s paradise

Let’s start here: Sri Lanka has it all, adventure-seekers. Remarkable landscapes that take a while for you to register all that you’re seeing. Rich, succulent foods with exotic flavours that dance in the sea breeze. Vast multi-cultural and multi-religious roots. Fun-loving, curious locals. And a deep cut of oceanside paradise that hasn’t been tapped—the country […]

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Walking through the History of Sri Lanka – World Heritage Sites

Sri Lanka, also known as the pearl of the Indian Ocean is a land that is enriched with a lot of history. Ruled by various kings in different eras, and encroached by various countries and nations, this island has been through many victories socially, economically and politically. At present, it has developed in to a […]

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