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Known as the ‘Pearl of the Indian Ocean’, Sri Lanka offers travellers palm-studded beaches, rolling plantations and sacred sights steeped in spirituality. With charming people, mysterious ruins and some of the best cuisine in the world, Sri Lanka’s hypnotic essence will remain with you long after you come home.
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  • 【Sri-Lanka】7 Day Nature Trails
    Route: BIA/Kandy/Kandalama/Dambulla/Sigiriya/Anuradhapura/Polonnaruwa/Colombo/BIA Highlights: Bird watching, Elephant Safari, Pinnewela Elephant Orphanage, Temple of the Tooth Relic, PeradeniyaBotonical Gardens, cultural show, Dambulla temple, Sigiriya Rock fortress, Ancient City of Polonnaruwa, Ancient City of Anuradhapura, Parakrama Samudraya boat ride.

  • 【Sri-Lanka】 8 Day Best of Sri-Lanka Tour
    The Taste of Sri-Lanka Tour includes the best that Sri Lanka can offer - ancient cities, tea-growing hills, wildlife parks and Indian Ocean beaches. You will visit Dambulla’s ancient cave temple, climb up the magnificent Sigiriya Rock fortress to watch sunset, explore Polonnaruwa’s ancient ruins, experience Kandy’s Temple of the Tooth, visit a tea plantation & tea factory and learn of Sri Lanka

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  • Amangalla Hotel
    Nestled within the ramparts of the 17th-century Galle Fort, Amangalla is an extraordinary sanctuary from which to explore the fascinating culture and tumultuous history of this intriguing Sri Lanka UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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Country Highlights

Encounter gentle giants while visiting an elephant orphanage

Take a train from Kandy to Nuwara Eliya. Train travel in Sri Lanka is often a crowded affair but think of it as a great opportunity to live like a local and make new friends.

Spot leopards and monkeys on a game drive through Uda Walawe National Park

Catch sea breezes while strolling along the beach in Negombo

Visit lush tea plantations in Sri Lanka’s cool, green highlands

Discover Sri Lanka’s colonial past in the forts and palaces of Galle

Cycle past Sri Lanka’s ancient ruins and stone buddhas

Relax on the sun-drenched beaches of Mirissa

1. Bodhi Tree
Located at the ancient site of Anuradhapura, this sacred fig tree is said to have grown from a sapling of the Bodhi Tree that Buddha was sitting under when he became enlightened. This holy spot has long been a pilgrimage site for Sri Lankans and is now becoming a place of spiritual interest for visitors too.

2. Dewatagaha Mosque

One of the oldest mosques in Sri Lanka, this prayer place for worshippers of Islam has stood in Colombo for hundreds of years. The striking domes and minarets stand out in the Colombo skyline and provide a spiritual epicentre for Sri Lanka’s Muslims.

3. Temple of the Tooth

Join pilgrims at one of Kandy’s spiritual templesThis Buddhist temple, located in Kandy, is named for the holy relic (said to be Buddha’s tooth) that is housed inside. It's a World Heritage site that has survived bombings and the ravages of time - visit here to see worshippers deep in prayer under the elaborate golden roof.

4. Dambulla Cave Temple

This well-preserved series of cave temples is brimming with paintings and statues that date all the way back to the 1st century. With colourful depictions of Buddha, Sri Lankan kings and various Hindu gods and goddesses, this is one of the most elaborate cave complexes in Asia.

5. Adam’s Peak

Sacred to Buddhists, Hindus, Christians and Muslims, Adam’s Peak is arguably Sri Lanka’s most popular pilgrimage spot. Surrounded by wildlife reserves, the walking trail leading to the mountain is a stunning walk regardless of religious persuasion. Watching a stirring sunrise from the holy summit is nothing short of magnificent.

6. Polonnaruwa Ruins

These impressive ruins of an ancient kingdom are home to massive palaces, huge statues, imposing temples and an artificial lake. Although historically and culturally important, witnessing orange-robed monks praying at Gal Vihara (a Buddhist rock temple) is a spiritual moment you won’t soon forget.

7. Sigiriya (Lion’s Rock)

Take in fantastic views on the climb to Sigiriya Rock FortressThis magnificent UNESCO World Heritage site was once a mountain monastery many centuries ago. The rock inscriptions, paintings and ancient ‘graffiti’ show insight into the lives of the monks who lived within the caves and grottoes before King Kasyapa took to the throne and established a capital there.

8. Anuradhapura

The ancient ruins of Anuradhapura are a significant holy place for Sri Lanka’s Buddhists. As one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world, there are many monasteries surrounding this area of supreme veneration.

9. Munneswaram Temple

This elaborate Hindu temple complex is known for its vibrant festivals in celebration of Navaratri and Sivaratri. During this time, the complex is filled with the buzz of devotees who come to attend daily pujas and bath in the nearby holy river.

10. Mihintale

If you choose to climb the thousand or so steps to the top of Mihintale’s hill, you’ll be rewarded with panoramic views and a deeper understanding of Buddhism, as this is the site where Buddhism is said to have originated in Sri Lanka.

Shop for mementos in Colombo’s markets, shops and boutiques

Galle Fort Famrf for its wonderful landscape and relaxing atmosphere, Sri Lanka makes a perfect destination for newlyweds. Visiting a variety of romantic settings such as the misty tea plantations, historical sites and Yala National Park, not to mention staying at the most romantic hotels, this itinerary is what every modern day princesses dreams of.
Southern Beaches Sri Lanka's south coast is as long as it is stunning. Drive along the narrow, single road that hugs the coast and pass by beach after beautiful beach.
Hill Country In our opinion, Hill Country is the most magical part of the entire country, and the train journey from Colombo up into the winding hills is one of the best in the world.

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