Fancy a nice cup of Ceylon tea? Or something you can really get your teeth into? Because some of Sri Lanka’s top chefs are getting ready to show you the way.
Monthly Archive: May 2017
Every full moon, or poya, means a public holiday in Sri Lanka—and none is so important as the poson poya, on June 8 this year, which celebrates the arrival of Buddhism on our shores nearly 1,500 years ago.
The pioneering Vil Uyana eco-resort owned by Jetwing Hotels is renowned for its dedication to safeguarding and promoting Sri Lanka’s amazing biodiversity.
One of the UK’s top-selling popular newspapers is featuring the delights of Sri Lanka that are bringing tourists flocking to our shores from all corners of the world.
Arabs were trading with Sri Lanka and the world as they knew it 1,000 years ago—and they made maps to guide their seafarers and maritime explorers.
Sri Lanka: The Cookbook is ‘the definitive collection of Sri Lanka’s most authentic and vibrant recipes’
Writes international food blogger Elizabeth: “They say love conquers all, and in Sri Lanka: The Cookbook, husband and wife duo Prakash Sivanathan and Niranjala Ellawala’s love for their homeland cuisine shines”.
The tiny island of Delft, just off the coast of northern Sri Lanka south-east of Jaffna, is a mix of colonial architectural remnants and a picturesque self-sufficient native culture.
The magnificent Sigiriya Lion Rock fortress in the Sri Lanka’s central highlands has been named as one of the most beautiful places in Asia by Condé Nast Traveller.