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Kritika Maurya Jun 26 2013

I am visiting Sri Lanka for 4 days. Which are the must see places and sights out here? Please suggest how do I go about exploring Sri Lanka.

Priyanka Dalal Jul 01 2013
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I have been following the updates of another traveller, Shivya who was in Sri Lanka past few days. The places she was visiting were very intriguing, you can refer to the blogs she has written so far, I am sure that should give you some idea!


Hope it helps. :)

Thanks Priyanka for sharing my suggestions from Sri Lanka!
Jigyasha Prasad Jul 01 2013
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So, planning a trip to the ever beautiful Sri Lanka, a place has so much to offer in terms of natural beauty, heritage & culture and more! It is a tourist's delight in every sense so rest be assured that you are going to enjoy your vacation like never before. Although there is much to explore here, there are some not-to-miss cities/attractions in Sri Lanka. Come, take a look:

Colombo: Colombo, the largest city in Sri Lanka, has loads in store for the travellers visiting the city. Popular for its religious attractions, the city promises a wonderful vacation time for you.

Anuradhapura: It is a place which is a real treat for history buffs. It has well-preserved ruins of the ancient locals. It is said to be the ancestral home of the famous king Ravana of Ramayana fame.

Arugam Bay: A preferred spot for exciting activities like surfing and other adventurous sports, Arugam Bay promises a fun-filled time for the guests.

Bentota: Famous for its pristine golden beaches, Bentota promises a relaxed time for its guests. With its untouched natural beauty and quiet surroundings, no wonder the city witnesses lots of tourists who want to soak in all the tranquility the place has to offer.

Kandy: One of the scenic cities of Sri Lanka, the place is famous for its lush tropical plantations, mainly tea. It is also home to the famous Temple of Tooth Relic. If you want to enjoy the flavor of local lifestyle, then do include Kandy in your itinerary.

Gampaha: It is essentially a conglomeration of 5 odd villages and is a rustic retreat from the hustle-bustle of Cosmopolitan city life. Visit the historical Henarathgoda Botanical Gardens where the first rubber tree was planted in Sri Lanka. The lush greenery and the scenic landscapes are truly enchanting.

With so much to explore in Sri Lanka, its time to be a smart planner and enjoy all these places to the fullest.

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