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    In a dramatic setting about 7 miles away from Colombo is the Kelaniya Raja Maha Vihara, a temple dedicated to Buddha, who is believed to have visited ...
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    A visit to the Gangaramaya Temple is a must while in Colombo. This Vihara Buddhist Temple displays a blend of modern architecture and cultural spirit ...
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    Seema Malaka Temple stands on the tranquil waters of the Beira Lake, in the southern part of Colombo city. This temple standing on three manmade podiu...
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    Viharamahadevi Park is one of the many sites which made Colombo be known as The Garden City of the East. Named after Queen Viharamahadevi, mother of K...
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    R. Premadasa Stadium in Colombo has been titled as the ‘Home of Sri Lankan Cricket’ and it truly is. With a seating capacity of 35,000 spe...
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    Housed in a massive white building in Colombo is Sri Lanka National Museum, holding thousands of treasures from the country’s past. The moment y...
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    St. Thomas Chapel is famed for its religious, historic as well as artistic significance. It is a part of the St. Thomas Anglican Church and school by ...
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    Spanning across a hilly area of 88.64 km2, Sinharaja Forest Reserve is the last major unperturbed rainforest of Sri Lanka. Owing to the indigenous flo...
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    Adding to the serenity of Galle is the Japanese Peace Pagoda, situated on the headland to Unawatuna. This massive white structure sits on the Rumasall...
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    Dutch Reformed Church in Galle, also known as Groote Kerk is one of the oldest Protestant Churches in Sri Lanka, which is still in use. Located at the...
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    Located inside the Dutch Fort in Galle on the Church Road is the All Saints Anglican Church- a prominent place of worship as well as a tourist attract...
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    Temple of the Tooth, also known as Sri Dalada Maligawa, is the site where Sri Lanka’s most important relic- the tooth of Buddha- has been kept. ...
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    One of the six Commonwealth War Cemeteries of Sri Lanka is located in Kandy and often referred to as Kandy War Cemetery. This beautiful but melancholi...
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    Kandy Lake can be seen as a symbol for the hilly city, situated in the heart of its landscape, near the Temple of the Tooth. It is an artificial creat...
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    The tranquility of Bahiravokanda Vihara Buddha Statue in Kandy is one of the not-to-be-missed experiences while here. The 80-feet tall white statue si...
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    The old Royal Palace of Kandy stands as a reminder of Sri Lanka’s last native rule by the Kandyan Dynasty. Before the British took over, this pa...
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    A visit to St Mary’s Church in Negombo tells you why the city has been named as ‘Little Rome’. Highly influenced by Christianity, th...
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    If you have an inclination towards ancient architectures, frescoes and other historic paraphernalia, then Angurukaramulla Temple is the place for you ...
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    Running through the town of Negombo is a canal, built by the Dutch, which presently serves as an important means of transportation as well as tourist ...
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    Along the western coast of Sri Lanka, some of the most exotic beaches are offered by Negombo. The city’s shoreline is fairly long and well-maint...
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