Sri Lanka's commercial capital is an interesting blend of the varying influences, it has seen for more than 600 years. Its importance as a trading port increased after the arrival of the Portuguese to the island in the early 16th century.
The average annual temperature in Colombo is 29 'C 32 C Just 31 km away from the Bandaranayke international airport.
Colombo is a bustling commercial hub in Sri Lanka. Airline offices, Embassies and most other services are located in Colombo. Banking services are available all over the city. Colombo is a busy and vibrant place with a mixture of modern life and colonial buildings.
Colombo host star class hotels and restaurants as well as budget lodgings for the discerning travelers. 24 hour supermarkets are there for excellent and reasonable rates. If you prefer to do some bazars, markets shopping, so you're most fell free.
It has colorful and easy going lifestyle. There is alive nightlife and a number of international standard hotels, clubs, pubs and dining avenues while it is mainly to any range of customers.
Colombo has buzzing scene, with chill out bars, casinos and also can visit Colombo’s spas.
1. Galle face green.
2. Gangaramaya temple.
3. Independence memorial hall.(BMICH)
4. National museum.
5. Old parliament building.
6. Colombo lighthouse.
7 Old churches.
8. Hindu temples.
9. Muslim mosques.
Warm welcome to our capital.
Galle is a beach city in the south of the island, is one of the most famous and attractive tourist landmarks known in Sri Lanka.
Its main historical attraction is Galle Fort, built by the Portuguese in 1588. Richly deserving its status as a World Heritage Site, the fort area is excellent for a day’s stroll. The area had the Portuguese, the Dutch and finally the English as colonial masters, the influence of all three nations visible in places.
There are lots of commercial stores around the town however the old architecture is well worth viewing.
An absolute must do...!
1. Galle Dutch fort.
2. Rumassala Sanctuary.
3. Boat safari.
5. Excellent photo opportunities.
6. Sinharaja Rain Forest
Trincomalee is a port city on the east coast of Sri Lanka and 257 km north-east of Colombo.
The east coast is upcoming and way more quiet than south, which is a perfect reason to plan a visit.
World class natural deep-water harbor is located in Trinco. This is the largest natural harbor in the Sri Lanka. The great European powers vied for mastery of the harbor. The Portuguese, the Dutch, the French, and the English, each held it in turn.
Trincomalee and its surroundings have both Buddhist and Hindu sites of historical importance. These sites are sacred to the Buddhists and Hindus.
The best time to visit Trincomalee is between April and September and It is best to avoid Trincomalee during these months due to heavy rainfall.
1. Koneswaram Temple.
2. Beautiful beaches.
3.The hot spring wells.
4. Pigeon Island.
5. Whale watching.
Jaffna is located northern Sri Lanka. When it comes to things to do in Jaffna, the list goes enthralling as well as endless. You will witness cultural, geographical and thrilling places of interest, especially in Jaffna. Jaffna is the best place to observe lagoons, serene ocean, and royal legacy of ancient cultures.
Nallur Kandaswamy is a huge Hindu temple in jaffna. Jaffna Fort was built by the Portuguese in the 17th century and later occupied by the Dutch and British. Jaffna is linked with the rest of the country by road and a railway.
1. Nallur Kovil.
2. Nagadeepa Temple.
3. Enjoy the Coastal Stretch and Beach.
4. Jaffa Dutch Fort.
5. Visit the Local Market.
6. Ruins of the Civil War.
7. Churches in Beach Side.
8. Elephant Pass War Memorial.