The citadel Yapahuwa was one of the early capitals of medieval Sri Lanka. Lying midway between Kurunagala and Anuradhapura, it was built around a 100-metre-tall granite rock rising above the surrounding countryside.
Monthly Archive: October 2017
The Travel Weekly magazine and website in Australia is highlighting a series of major roadshows by Sri Lanka Tourism to engage with travel agents, tour operators and media.
Gourmet Traveller magazine’s latest Sri Lanka post features a visit to Weligama by acclaimed UK photographer Tom Parker, including a terrific aerial shot of this southern fishing village.
UK blogger JJ writes that “Sri Lanka is, without a doubt, one of the best holiday destinations in the world. It might sound like a cliché but Sri Lanka really does have something for everyone”.
There’s not many places in the world where a bucket-list must-visit is hanging from a tree—and the palm tree rope swing at Dalawella Beach in Sri Lanka is one of them!
Unawatuna is more than a top Sri Lanka west-coast party beach. As Wanderers and Warriors website points out, “there’s much more than just tanning and cocktails to be found in this sun kissed south Sri Lankan town…”
Sri Lanka is poised for “a boom in high spending tourists who enjoy yachting and the associated lifestyle”, according to the Colombo-based website NewsIn.Asia.
Tea and bird-watching go together like rice and curry, especially against the backdrop of Sri Lanka’s top-class restaurants and high-end boutique hotels.