Sri lanka is an inland country that is rested within the southern part of asia. It is located at center joining the southwestern region of the Bay of Bengai, southeastern region of the Arabian Sea and the Indian Ocean. As defined by many tourists and travelers, to be one of the glamorous and beautiful islands in the world.

In this eye-trapping island, there is loads of opportunity to exploit and experience different kinds of tourist areas down from the beautiful and amazing beaches to the ancient ruins. These places mentioned below are some tourist areas that you can find in SRI LANKA.

Sigiriya Rock Fortress

The Sigirya Rock Fortress which is also called The Lion’s Rock is an astonishing, beyond-beauty and an iconic ancient fortress that is build and designed on the apex point of a rock. The name Lion’s Rock was given to this fortress because of the very significant giant figure of a lion’s paw that was constructed at the entrance gates. Some people consider this fortress to be the Eighth Wonder of the World because this is an amazing structure that was built in the 5th century by King Moggallanna customized with marvelous gardens and architecture. Truly, this is a place that a tourist has to lay eyes upon.

The Temple of the Tooth

This temple is another amazing tourist area in Sri Lanka. It is located at the heart and pilgrimage of the island. The temple is covered by beautiful green hills within the second largest city in Sri Lanka, Kandy, which is the home to the major holy Buddhist temples in the world. The city of Kandy is also well famous for its spectacular and captivating Festival of the Tooth that is fully engaged with lots of dancers, drummers, men breathing fire, and beautifully dressed giant elephants.

Adam’s Peak

Adam’s peak known as “Sri Pada” to the locals is a mountain that is located at the central region of Sri Lanka. The Sri Pada has been a very important tourist site that has been recorded to be over 2 thousand years old. In accordance to the Buddhist religion, this area marks as a footprint of the great Lord Buddha. Meanwhile for the Christians, it is referred to as the place where Adam first stepped into after being banished from the Garden of Eden. And on the other hand, the Hindus believe it to be the Lord Shiva’s footprint. The fun moment about this place is the trekking from the night hours to get to the top of the peak to set eyes upon the amazing view it provides as the sun rises. Yes of course trekking must be hard but it’s an experience that you will never forget.

Yala National park

The Sri Lanka’s gorgeous park known as the Yala Nationla Park actually brings the dreams of wildlife paradise to reality with its ecosystem surrounded by very unique variety of species. The park is located at the south-eastern part of SRI LANKA.  For animals and nature lovers, this is the perfect place for you to be. The park has loads of animals which include buffalo, elephants, crocodiles, and some vary rare variety of birds and monkeys as well. Most especially the Yala Park has a very large number of leopards in it.

Arugam Bay

If you are looking out for a nice bay where the water waves and view are both epic at the same time, then its guaranteed that this is the right recommendation for you.  The Arugam Bay is a beautiful bay that is found within the dry lands of Sri Lanka and is very famous for the most amazing surf spot in the country. Not only is it the best surf spot, its also has some unique properties like; relaxing atmosphere and environment that comes along with peaceful and relaxing vibe

The Galle Dutch Fort

Sri Lanka has beautiful waterside views and the Dutch Fort is one of the most captivating ones. The Fort is filled with the pleasant and agreeable prepossessing Dutch-era villas and water views. The Galle Fort is really delightful to explore on foot the smooth sands and most of travelers are really impressed by the enchanting atmosphere that surrounds it.

Nuwara Eliya

This place called “NUWARA ELIYA” is commonly referred to as the Little England of Sri Lanka because of its cooler climate, surrounding and architecture that’s extremely unique amongst other villages. The village holds many nature’s beauties like the hills and waterfalls, tea plantations and is also the home to the towering Pidurutalagala, the tallest mountain in Sri Lanka.


Polonnaruwa is an ancient city in Sri Lanka. This city till date still has its archeological treasures and settings intact which still gives a good presentation of what the city looked like in its heyday. Right here in this city, you’ll find the ancient city filled with ancient structures like tombs, statutes and temples. If you’re in love with history, then you’ll definitely fall in love with this place.


Colombo is the capital of Sri Lanka and also the largest city in it. The city Colombo has a rich history, culture and buzzy entertaining scene surrounding it. Being the gateway to Sri Lanka, it’s gorgeous look has its way of captivating and tempting many travelers to want indulge themselves with this amazing environment. Visiting the National Museum,Beira Lake and the Gangaramaya temple is a must do for any traveler that steps a foot into this city.

Golden Cave Temple

The Dambulla Golden Cave Temple has five caves and over 157 well constructed statues of the Lord Buddha properly designed with painting on its walls and ceilings that portrays the ancient artistic talent of the ancient times. The first of Buddha images were designed and created in this city over 2000 years ago.


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