Kinita at Yamu, Sri Lanka’s premiere online review everything site, hilariously observes that “mosquito nets are probably more common in Sri Lankan bedrooms than orgasms”.
Monthly Archive: March 2017
The Copenhagen Traveller—If you’re up for amazing wildlife experiences, lots of culture and a breathtaking scenery, Sri Lanka should be on top of your bucket list for 2017. Here are 10 good reasons to go as soon as possible.
Premium tea tipples are replacing mega-pricy wines for top-table wheelers and dealers in some of London’s swankiest and most expensive restaurants.
If Sri Lanka is this year’s must-visit holiday destination, then the northernmost city of Jaffna is a not-to-be-missed trove of sights, experiences—and some of the best food on the island.
USA Today reports that, high in Sri Lanka’s renowned Hill Country, tea plantations carpet vast acreages in waves of waxy green, pristine settings for the waves of tourists and visitors lapping the shores of our paradise island.
Global Help Swap—tagged ‘responsible, local, authentic travel’—notes that ‘Sri Lanka is becoming one of the world’s leading eco destinations with hotels and tour companies practicing sustainable tourism more and more’.
“These winged beauties are, after all, a part of our ecosystems, and have as much right to be here and exist in peace, as does any other creature of the island, large or small.”
Sri Lanka’s egg hoppers are fast becoming a global foodie favourite, and the latest hard-core fans can be found in the Sydney, Australia, suburb of Tramsheds.