Category: Attractions

Introducing Sri Lanka- Dazzling Dambulla






Situated about 72km north of Kandy, Dambulla is right smack in the middle of Sri Lanka. It is most famous for the Dambulla Cave temple complex, which have also gained the status of a UNESCO World Heritage site. It can…






Introducing Sri Lanka- Hip Hikkaduwa






About 17km north of Galle lies Hikkaduwa, with a reputation for being the hipster alternative to other fancy beachfront resort locations. Hikkaduwa was one of the towns affected by the 2004 Boxing Day Tsunami, but it has been steadily recovering,…






Introducing Sri Lanka- Tantalising Tangalle






Along the South Coast of Sri Lanka, 195km from Colombo lies the city of Tangalle, touted as one of the loveliest strips along the south coast. Some even call it Sri Lanka’s answer to paradise. This idyllic patch of paradise,…






Introducing Sri Lanka- The Splendor of Sigiriya






Like Polonnaruwa, the ancient city of Sigiriya has made it onto the list of UNESCO World Heritage sites. Herein lie the supposed ancient ruins of a capital founded during the reign of King Kassapa I, who came to power through…






Introducing Sri Lanka- Picture Perfect Polonnaruwa






The Ancient City of Polonnaruwa is another of Sri Lanka’s 8 UNESCO World Heritage sites and also the second most ancient of Sri Lanka’s kingdoms. Polonnaruwa was chosen as the new capital after the destruction of Anuradhapura in 993 by the conquering…






Introducing Sri Lanka- Authentic Anuradhapura






Located 205km from Colombo, the city of Anuradhapura was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1982, and for good reason indeed. The city of Anuradhapura is believed to have been the capital of the Sinhalese from the 4th…






Introducing Sri Lanka- Kandy’s Empire






Located 115km to the east of Colombo and tucked away at an altitude of 500m, Kandy represents an ancient empire lost. Kandy served as the last capital of the last of the Sinhalese Kingdom, during the era of the ancient…