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Sri Lanka – Tourism, Places To Visit, Beaches, Foods & Hotels

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Visit Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka is an island country in South Asia, located in the Indian Ocean to the southwest of the Bay of Bengal and the southeast of the Arabian Sea.

Country Sri Lanka
Capital Sri Jayawardenepura Kotte
Language Sinhala, Tamil & English
Currency Sri Lankan rupee (LKR)
Time Zone UTC+5:30 (SLST)
Population 2018 Estimate: 21,670,000

My Experience In Sri Lanka

Native Dishes To Try Out

Dishes include rice and curry, pittu, kiribath, wholemeal roti, string hoppers, wattalapam (a rich pudding of Malay origin made of coconut milk, jaggery, cashew nuts, eggs, and spices including cinnamon and nutmeg), kottu, and hoppers.

Jackfruit may sometimes replace rice. Traditionally food is served on a plantain leaf or lotus leaf.

Cities To Visit in Sri Lanka

  • Batticaloa
  • Jaffna
  • Unawatuna
  • Trincomalee
  • Tissamaharama
  • Dambulla
  • Tangalle
  • Anuradhapura
  • Ella
  • Nuwara Eliya
  • Hikkaduwa
  • Negombo
  • Colombo
  • Galle
  • Kandy

Hotels To Stay In Sri Lanka

While visiting Sri Lanka either for vacation, business trips or Honeymoon, finding the best hotel to stay is a key ingredient in enjoying your stay.

Nobody wants to be in a hotel where everything is crappy.
  • Find Hotel Accommodation While in Sri Lanka

Mode of Transportation in Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka has a broad street organize for inland transportation. These are getting to controlled, high-portability streets with allowed accelerates to 100 km/h. These interstates associate neighborhood networks together, by-passing occupied and blocked town focuses.

The rail system of Sri Lanka comprises of primary lines, beachfront lines, and up-nation lines. What’s more, air-and water-based transportation modalities expand the inland transport of the nation.

Natural Disasters In Sri Lanka

The most common natural hazards in Sri Lanka include localized and seasonal floodsand associated landslides.

Less frequent but more severe hazards include cyclones, droughts, and tsunamis. 

Do not worry measures are put in place to notify the citizens in case any disaster wants to hit.