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12 things you cant miss in Sri Lanka

Srilanka

Sri Lanka has gained immense popularity as a tourist destination in recent years because of its exotic beaches, rich culture, accessible wildlife and colourful landscapes. If you are planning to visit to this country, here are 12 things that you must not miss out:

  • Stunning beaches- Being an island country, Sri Lanka has plenty of stunning beaches. One must not miss the untouched Rekawa and Marakolliya beaches in Tangalle.
  • Travel by railways– Travelling through the country offers breathtaking views of tea plantations and the uneven terrain.
  • Relics of Anuradhapura– A well preserved ancient city, Anuradhapura offers a look into the Sri Lankan civilisation history. It has some architecture marvels along with one of the world’s oldest tree- Maha Bodhi.
  • Cultural capital of Kandy– This place is the cultural hub with botanical gardens, old capital charm and a lake. Here, one must visit the Buddhist Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic which possesses a tooth of Buddha.
  • Surfing at Arugam Bay– The best surfing scene in Sri Lanka is found at Arugam Bay from April to September. Its stunning beaches and waves offer the perfect platform for this adventure sport.
  • Local food markets- To see the diversity in flavours, one must visit a local market and eat the national dish of rice and curry. Food is flavoured with rich spices grounded and blended with care and expertise. Finding vegetarian food is easy as most of the Sri Lankans are vegetarians.
  • Tea Plantations– Sri Lankan tea industry has a 150 year old history and there is vast plantation across the Hill country. You can see how tea leaves are harvested and rich Sri Lankan tea is made.
  • Udawalawe National Park– Colourful birds, herds of buffalo and hundreds of elephants can be found at this National Park which matches the East African lands.
  • Sigiriya Fortress– Hiking to the top of this fortress leads to stunning views of the surrounding gardens and the ruins have some magnificent old arts etched on the walls.
  • Wellness Centres– Sri Lanka is well known for its wellness centres where one can practise yoga and meditation
  • Town of Galle– With Dutch colonies, churches and museums, this port city is a Unesco World Heritage Site and can be covered on easily on foot.
  • Sinharaja Forest Reserve– Another Unesco World Heritage Site covered with rain clouds, this forest reserve lets you explore the rich flora and fauna of the Sri Lankan lands.

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