Sri Lanka.

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Sri Lanka formerly known as Ceylon, located in the Indian Ocean just south of India. *Sri Jayawardenepura Kotte (also known as Kotte) is its legislative capital, and *Colombo (map) is its largest city. Sri Lanka’s documented history spans 3,000 years, with evidence of prehistoric human settlements dating back at least 125,000 years.

*Anuradhapura (map) ruins of ancient capitals (partially restored). *Galle (map) — famous Dutch fort. Host city of the Galle Literary Festival. *Kandy (map) — spiritual heart of the country, home to a tooth of the Buddha. *Nuwara Eliya (map) — Little England. Cool climes, Victorian architecture, top hats, tails and fascinators on race days.

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*Dambulla (map) – A city of historic importance with fabulous hotels, close to Sigiriya (map). Both UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Beaches at *Tangalle (map), Beruwala (map), *Mirissa (map), *Bentota (map), *Unawatuna (map), Arugam Bay (map), *Pasikudah (map), *Hikkaduwa (map) are considered as famous tourist beaches in the country. (*List of beaches)

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Public Transport.

Guide to traveling to and getting around in Sri Lanka.

BUS: For those on a budget buses are everywhere. They’re sometimes crowded and uncomfortable, but they get you around for almost nothing.

TRAIN: Sri Lanka has an extensive railway system serving all major towns and cities in the island except for the North. Travel by train is itself a journey to remember, be it travelling to Central Sri Lanka or travelling on the coastal line is just amazing.

Highly recommended to travel by train outside Colombo. The Hill train to Badulla is an amazing journey. Preferably choose the express trains, and try to get a reservation beforehand, if you can. >> Sri Lanka Railways. (+ more info: seat61.com)

AIRPORT: Airport & Aviation Services (Sri Lanka) >> airport.lk.

Awaken the Wanderlust in You in 2023 | Visit Sri Lanka.

It’s been a year filled with ups and downs. But we are proud to say that together as a nation we ended the year on a high note. Looking back on 2022, we feel grateful to revel in its memories and keep the island’s magnetic vibrant energy flowing.

That’s why this year, we are excited to take our island’s electric atmosphere a step further – starting here…

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