The dreaming spires of Oxford University in the UK now boasts a new neighbour—The Coconut Tree restaurant featuring the best of Sri Lankan street food.
Monthly Archive: July 2018
WorldWideWendy is a pean celebrating the good life, and her latest post looks at luxury tented camps around the world—including three centred on Wilpattu National Park in Sri Lanka.
The magnificent Gangaramaya Temple in Sri Lanka capital Colombo ‘a major tourist highlight and must visit’
The magnificent Gangaramaya Temple in Colombo, Sri Lanka’s capital city, is one of the oldest on the island and a magnet for tourists.
When the cast of UK TV megahit ‘Made In Chelsea’ was whisked off to Sri Lanka for some much-needed R&R, where better than the Shangri-La Hambantota, one of our most über-deluxe beachside resort hotels!
Camping on the shores of Paradise! Blue Beach Island, a haven where Sri Lanka meets the Indian Ocean
Blue Beach Island is where Sri Lanka, the Pearl of the Indian Ocean, meets the sea—how better to enjoy it than camping under the stars just a few feet from the seashore!
Veggie haven Sri Lanka! Rice and curry hit the spot for bloggers on mission to promote sustainable eating
The clue is in the title—Veggie Vagabonds, a delightful travel blog, written by a young couple who are dedicated to healthy and sustainable eating. They found it in Sri Lanka.
Blogger lauds spellbinding Sigiriya rock fortress, Minneriya elephants and Dambula temple in Sri Lanka
There are many magic and mysterious sights and locations in Sri Lanka that create lifetime memories for everyone who has had the pleasure and privilege to see them.
You can include any one of our eight UNESCO World Heritage sites among them—and especially the spellbinding Lion Rock at Sigiriya.
Finding ‘secret’ Jungle Beach at Unawatuna, peerless Sri Lanka street food, exploring ancient Galle Fort
Survive Travel, Living Like A Local blog tells you how to get the best from Sri Lanka, from beaches to sightseeing to the best of our island food.