Sri Lanka Guide
There are plenty of options to find Halal food in Sri Lanka to indulge in for a visitor there. Due to the large and active muslim community Halal Food in Sri Lanka, is widely available across the island. However only a handful of them have got themselves certified as Halal by the All Ceylon Jamiyyathul Ulama (ACJU), which is the main Halal Certifiying body in Sri Lanka.
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.
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 places to see.
Dambulla is located in the Central Province of Sri Lanka about 72 km north of Kandy and 148 km northeast of Colombo. The city is surrounded by about 80 caves and fascinating sceneries and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. There are several paintings and historical artifacts that can be seen around the area.
Picturesquely set at the mouth of the Negombo Lagoon, the town of Negombo, Sri Lanka is about 37km from Colombo. Negombo is approximately 7km from the Bandaranaike International Airport and mainly thrives on tourism, fishing industry, ceramics and brassware. The town has its own small port and there are a number of buildings around the area from the Dutch and Portuguese colonial era
Located in the Matale District of Sri Lanka is the ancient town of Sigiriya. It is a historic rock fortress and palace ruins surrounded by beautifully landscaped gardens and reservoirs. The closest big city to Sigiriya is Dambulla which is located around 15km from Sigiriya.