They may be slow and tedious to travel in at times, but Sri Lanka's train network is a charming way of discovering the island.
Constructed by the British in the 19th century, traveling by Sri Lankan rail is something each visitor should experience at least once - especially when traveling through…
This elegant bungalow representing Colonial Architecture is situated close to the Tea Plantation in a peaceful location with a panoramic view of majestic mountains and lush greenery. The quiet and spacious ambiance with a well laid out Garden represented by exotic flowers makes it an ideal setting for a relaxing…
The unique location of this bungalow gives a panoramic view of Green Hills and knuckles forest range which is both pollution free and eco friendly. A Natural water fall, Swimming pool, large suite rooms with attached toilets, fire Place, and helpful staff are part of the privileges available. Pool side…
The royal City of Kandy is also called the hill capital of the country and is positioned about 488 meters above sea level. Located about 129 Km from Colombo the city is known for its beauty and culture. For travelers to Kandy, there are some lovely nature resorts and historical…
Colombo is the commercial capital and the largest city of Sri Lanka. This vibrant city is situated on the west coast of the country and gives the right blend of modern life with the heritage and culture of the country; Colombo is also a major tourist destination.
It is an island, situated at the tip of the Indian Sub Continent. You can see breathtaking sights of beaches, hills, lakes, wildlife etc, all in an island of approximately 66,000 km². Sri Lanka has a coast line of 1,341 km's.
A population of close to 20 Million. Muslims account for about 8% of the population.
Tropical and warm. In the low-altitute areas the temperature will range from 28 °C (82.4 °F) to nearly 31 °C (87.8 °F). The temperature in the Central highlands could go as low as 17 °C (62.6 °F).
Sinhalese and Tamil are the two official languages. English is widely used as well.
GMT+5 1/2 hrs throughout the year
Government: 9 AM to 4 PM General: 9 AM to 5 PM
HOLIDAYS Independence Day: February 4th Milad-un-Nabi: March 9th May Day: May 1st Deepavali (Hindu Festival): October 26th Christmas: December 25th
Based on the lunar calandar: Sinhala & Tamil New Year Tamil Thai Pongal Id-ul-Fitr Id-ul-Adha Vesak (Buddhist Holiday) Full Moons (Poya Days) are holidays. Most businesses are closed and meats are not sold.