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Barandy Kovil

There are those excursions that shock us; some with their beauty and others with their tales. Rarely do you get to see something that embodies both with effortless ease.Travelling through the Western Province of Sri Lanka,...

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Dadagamuwa Raja Maha Viharaya

Sri Lanka is an island of many different layers. Only rarely does one get lucky enough to walk past the shrouds of time and witness something so spectacularly ageless that it alters one’s perspective....

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Bible Rock

A key landmark on the way to Kandy, the capital of the central highlands, Bible rock or ‘Batalegala’ as it’s known in Sinhalese is a fascinating marvel....

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Makandawa Forest Reserve

Sri Lanka is home to a vast plethora of hidden treasure troves that are exploding with bio-diversity and nature’s infinite magic, just waiting to be discovered. ...

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Bambaragala Viharaya

The hill country of the island is synonymous with royalty, as it was the last kingdom of Sri Lanka, one that fell into the hands of its invaders, the British in 1815. Kandy is a chilly town, and is considered the ‘hill capital’ of Sri...

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A Case in Pink

This is definitely not your neighbourhood Sherlock Holmes sort of case, but is something you would find particularly interesting!...

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Sri Lanka Beach

An island found in the sparkling blue waters of the Indian Ocean is Sri Lanka. This little pearl in the Indian Ocean with luxurious resorts and coconut fringed coastline is the ideal destination for beach holidays. ...

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Journey of Nuwara Eliya via the Waterfalls

Most conveniently seen by the travelers on Hatton – Talawakelle Road, the twin waterfalls of St.Clairs cascades over three rock outcrops into a massive pool. The beautiful and most popular fall, located among tea gardens, carries a large volume of water, and is the widest...

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