Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Hikkaduwa Beach Fest 2009

Organized by the Sri Lanka Tourism Promotion Bureau, the Hikkaduwa Beach Fest is Sri Lanka’s biggest beach festival, with top international artistes and DJs flown into Sri Lanka especially for the four day mega event. “The main aim of the Hikkaduwa Beach Festival is to project the southern coastal strip as the entertainment strip of South Asia,”

The Drum Festival will be an international standard event with some of the best local talents such as Elephant Foot, Ravibandu Vidyapathi, Vibrations and Triloka/Nardro and international performers from India, Cuba, Algeria and Brazil set to perform.
International flutist R. Bikramjit Singh, a descendent of an illustrious royal family of India, will be performing this year. Other international artists include Moon Basis from Algeria and Amed Tato Merenco from Cuba. This year’s drum festival is expected to be one of the main attractions of the Hikkaduwa Beach Fest, drawing from the popularity of last year. The theme for the Drum Festival this year will be ‘Drum and Dance’. Some of the best dance troupes in the country will be performing to the sounds of fusion drums, the drum festival will be the lead up for the Beach Rave.

The Beach Rave will be held on 31st July with international DJs such as DJ Dean Jon, DJ Lee Freeland, DJ Rebekah, DJ Edele Andaya, DJ Lucy Arrowsmith and DJ Acee set to perform. These internationally renowned DJs specialize in beach parties, putting in terrific performances last year.

DJ Dean Jon, who is one of the main DJs for this year’s fest, is a popular figure in the UK club scene having played at many venues in the UK such as Pacha (UK & Ibiza), The Island, Matter, O2 Arena, Supperclub (Singapore), Studio Valbonne, Riva, Blue Eyes (Bali) & Eden (Ibiza) to name a few. Specializing in Progressive, Deep, Tech, Tribal, Soulful Vocal, Uplifting and Soul and Disco music genres, he was Involved with south east UK's biggest festival in summer 2008 hosting the dance arena.

Themed entertainment nights will be another highlight of the Hikkaduwa Beach Festival, with Space, Paradise, House Orchestra and RnB/Hip Hop/Retro being the main theme nights. This is the first time that Space IBIZA, Paradise IBIZA and House Orchestra Paris will be on tour in Asia. Space IBIZA was awarded Best Global Club at the International Dance Music Awards in 2005 and again in 2006.
The beach festival includes various activities, which cater from beach raves, drum festival, theme parties and day time carnivals for families, with special activities for kids. The officeial site cab be found at .

Sunday, July 26, 2009

Heritance Ahungalla - Ahungalla

A sapphire blue vista of water unfolds as you enter the five star luxury of Heritance Ahungalla. Legendary architect Geoffrey Bawa's signature infinity pool blends with the endless ultramarine expanse of the Indian Ocean. Visit the Kosgoda turtle hatchery or go on a river safari on the Madu Ganga among virgin mangroves. Step on to endless pristine white beaches, feel the caress of the salt spray breeze and the tropical sun on your skin, wade into the warm ocean shallows; let your soul blend with infinity.
Heritance showcases a unique gastronomy. It is built on authentic Sri Lankan cuisine developed not only through generations of tradition but by using the latest scientific advancements and outstanding culinary skills of our internationally award winning chefs. Sri Lankan cuisine, which we have inherited, is based on local ingredients and enriched by the history of influences the island nation has faced over its long history.
The Heritance Ahungalla has its own night club and disco. After a long day on the beach you can come down to our night club for a few drinks and dance away the night. As one of the few five star hotel night clubs in the area, we are also popular with the locals and there can be a good crowd on Friday and Saturday nights.

Our Spa belongs to a chain of 24 award-winning, world renowned spas. Its philosophy is based on balancing a pyramid of the five senses; sight, sound and touch are the base of the pyramid; taste and smell form the centre; the apex symbolises the unique sensory experience of the Spa. We offer therapy packages to totally rejuvenate your mind, body and soul.
We are committed to conserving and protecting this unique natural and cultural environment for the benefit of posterity. Sri Lanka has particularly strict laws to protect the environment, wildlife and marine life. We are proud to say that the Heritance Ahungalla not only complies fully with these laws, but we also goes well beyond them; we take pleasure in our conservation work. We also respect the social and cultural sensitivities of the neighbouring communities, while assisting them economically. We purchase local products and services, and involve these communities in our environmental conservation work.

The official website can be found here.

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Bill Gates talks about Sri Lanka

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Grand Ella Motel - Ella

Widely regarded as a honeymooner’s paradise, this breathtakingly beautiful motel is situated on the Colombo Badulla road and is blessed with a year around cool yet comfortable climate of 20-22C which can be enjoyed from any one of its 14 rooms. Guests can also experience breath taking view and the sumptuous cuisine, which the motel is famous for or even take a stroll in the stunningly landscaped sprawling gardens.
For the more adventurous at hear, the Grand Ella Motel is also conveniently situated within close proximity to the famous Rawana Falls, Temples and Caves; Handapangala Elephant Sanctuary and Dunhinda Falls. There is also Adam’s Peak, Demodara Railway Station, Nine Arch Stone Bridge or Ella Rock to visit.
The hotel contains 04 non air-conditioned standard rooms and 10 non air-conditioned superior rooms.

The official website can be found here.

Hotels - Batticaloa

Batticaloa (Sinhala: මඩකළපුව, Tamil: மட்டக்களப்பு) is a city in the Eastern province of Sri Lanka. It is the seat of the Eastern University of Sri Lanka. It is on the east coast, 69 miles south by south east of Trincomalee, and is situated on an island. more..
Rice and coconuts are the two staples of the district, and steamers trading round the island call regularly at the port. The lagoon is famous for its "singing fish," supposed to be shell-fish which give forth musical notes. The district has a remnant of Veddahs or wild men of the wood.
The only photo that i found from a hotel in Batticaloa is shown above. It is the Hotel Bridge View from Kallady, Batticaloa.

The town was also one of the worst hit during the tsunami of December 26, 2004. The water rose up to 4.7 metres (15 ft) within 90 minutes of the beginning of the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake.
The Dutch Fort of Batticaloa. A rectangular shaped fort with bastions on the four corners. The emblem of the Dutch East India Company (VOC) is still above the fort’s entrance. The lagoon borders on the north and east with a moat on the west and part of the south sides. Within the fort there are several local governmental administrative offices along with the monument stone for the original Dutch church that was built here in the mid 18th century.
The hotels can be contacted by using the following phone numbers.

Lake View Inn, Batticaloa
A/C, Non-A/C Rooms & Restaurant
6B Lloyds Avenue

Subaraj Inn, Batticaloa
A/C, Non-A/C Rooms & Restaurant
6/1 Lloyds Avenue

Riviera Resort, Kallady
Non A/C Rooms & Restaurent
New Dutch Bar Road

Bridge View, Kallady
A/C, NON-A/C Rooms & Restaurant
62/24 New Dutch Bar Road

Friday, July 17, 2009

Nilaveli Beach Hotel - Trincomalee

Located on the East Coast of Sri Lanka, known the world over for its beautiful soft white sand beaches which slope gently into clear shallow seas, the vast Indian Ocean which washes on to the shores of this coastal resort holds a treasure chest of dreams just waiting to be opened.
Here you could swim around the multi-hued reef protecting the island like so many layers of ribbon cake – turquoise, ochre, salmon pink, smoky grey, sandstone and cobalt blue – and revel in an underwater world of colourful translucence, feasting your eyes on shoals of jewel-hued fish darting among the surrounding coral and rocks.

Nilaveli Beach Hotel is located 275 Km from Colombo, on the East coast along the pristine beach of Nilaveli and considered as one of the finest unspoilt beaches in Asia with white sands and clear blue seas. The ideal season on the East coast is from April to October. The hotel overlooks the pigeon island now a breeding ground for migratory birds, was originally used by the British during the second world war for target practice. Pigeon island is also an excellent location for Game snorkeling. A popular Hindu temple perched high a top Swami Rock which divides Trincomalee's emeralds bays. The other places of interest are Fort Fredrick,remnant of Trinco's colonial history. The hotel has 31 Rooms which includes Standard AC and Deluxe rooms. The other facilities are swimming pool and Beach bar and restaurant.
In 1775 a teenage midshipman named Horatio Nelson arrived in Trincomalee aboard the HMS “Seahorse”. Later, as admiral of the British Navy, he remembered it as “the finest harbour in the world” – tribute indeed from such a man.

A number of shipwrecks including the aircraft carrier HMS “Hermes” which went down during World War II into 30 fathoms of water, and its sister ship the HMS “Empire” which came to its rescue only to suffer the same fate, lie submerged beneath the waters.
The HMS “Hermes” was rediscovered only in the 1970s, its hulk, teeming with marine life. The HMS “Empire” has not yet been found – who knows, you just might be the one to make this momentous discovery!

The Nilaveli Beach on the East Coast is “the other side of the island”, one that remains pristine, pure and very private even today – it is undoubtedly the best in Sri Lanka and one of the premier beaches in Asia.

The official site can be found here.

Deer Park Hotel - Polonnaruwa

Set within peaceful jungle scenery the Deer Park Hotel Polonnaruwa offers comfortable accommodation after an eventful day of cultural adventure or ecological trekking.

Situated on the banks of the Giritale Reservoir, Deer Park Hotel Polonnaruwa is set within the Cultural Triangle, which consists of ancient monuments dating back 2,500 years. The hotel is surrounded by a number of national wildlife parks and is in proximity to many rural villages that engage guests in the discovery of local culture and practices.

This property hosts 40 cottages that are comfortably furnished and come with an array of modern amenities. Most of the cottages come with unique open-air garden bathrooms with outdoor showers so that you can enjoy the sensational experience of a shower under the stars.
Guests can dine at the onsite Ebony restaurant that brings together the charms of local and international cuisine, featuring oriental music and a service that is unforgettable. After a hard day of discovery and exploration, retire to the cosy Sandpiper bar to experience more delights of the country and its customs.

In addition to a business centre the hotel also offers a well appointed conference centre that can accommodate up to 100 delegates. Guests can take a bracing dip at the swimming pool or visit the spa to refresh and renew their body and spirit.

Further details can be found at Jetwin Echo.

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Galaxy Lounge - Arugam Bay

Our beachfront cabanas in Arugam Bay boast a natural style, a perfect blend of luxury and nature. Our warm service, comfortable surrounds, and reasonable prices will impress the mind, body and soul. We cater for groups as well as independent travellers. We have five spacious beachfront Cabana’s with private outdoor bathrooms.
The cabana’s can sleep one to four people and are designed to maximise views and fresh sea air. The eco-designed cabana’s factor in the elements such as shade and predominant winds therefore do not require air conditioning. Our cabanas provide a secure environment with oversized beds for maximum comfort, and outdoor onsite amenities for moon light bathing. The Galaxy Lounge kitchen caters for western tastes and traditional Sri Lankan cuisine.
All food is freshly prepared each day and will tantalise the tastebuds and vitalise the body. If you like fresh tropical fruits, vegetables and seafood, Arugam Bay is the place for you. Our juice bar and freshly ground coffee is the only way to start the day, and if ingredients are available any dish is possible.
The surf point at Arugam Bay is undoubtably one of the best point breaks in the world. In season, Arugam Bay provides a consistent perfect 2-5ft waves sometimes breaking at 6-8ft on a good swell chart. The wind is predominately offshore all day, due to the south west monsoon and breaks hollow on the rocky reef and sand point from May through to September.

The official web site can be found here.

Rosen Hotel - Kataragama

OverviewThe newest 4 star luxury hotel Rosen (RH) located in the South East of Sri Lanka is only 280km from the business capital of Colombo and five minutes drive to sacred city of Kataragama.

Kataragama is a gateway to explore the rich cultural heritage of the ancient Ruhunu Kingdom dating back to 2nd century B.C. The city is visited by Buddhist, Hindus and Muslims alike is accosted with temples of God Skanda (Murugan), his consorts Walli Amman and Thevariamman, lord Shiva and Ganesh.
AccommodationThe 52 roomed well appointed, fully air conditioned rooms including 2 suits and 4 family clusters. All rooms are spacious and cozy with the standard double rooms approx 400 Sq.Ft. and tastefully furnished with facilities including satellite TV, telephones with IDD facilities, in house movies, mini bar, electronically operated safety lockers, remote controlled air conditioners and tea / coffee making

Monday, July 13, 2009

World's End Lodge - Nuwaraeliya

Is a tranquil oasis virtually on the roof of Sri Lanka, totally isolated from the everyday world. A four hour drive from Colombo on A4 highway and after the turn off at 177th K.M. post.

Comfortable and spacious bedrooms located to give a bird's eye view of Southern Sri Lanka. On a clear day you can view the Sinharaja forest in Deniyaya mountain range to the placid waters of Uda Walawe.

A place to rest and be refreshed. The swimming pool set against an incredible landscape with mountain fresh spring water. For the energetic a trek along spectacular scenery through jungle paths, Tea Estates, and a gap called "Devil's Staircase" will get you to Horton Plains, Sri Lanka's highest plateau, home to a variety of rare Fauna and Flora. A short trek or drive will get you to Babarakanda falls, Sri Lanka's highest water fall at 790 ft. This breath-taking cascade is a sight to behold. Diyaluma, Dunhinda, Ravana Falls, and the hill country resort towns of Nuwara-Eliya, Bandarawela and Hakgala Gardens, are a few hours drive.
5000 feet above sea level ‘Eagles Nest’ is the wing newly built in the World's End Lodge. Haputale and Bandarawela are the nearest towns and It is well placed for the exploration of Horton Plains, Uda Walawe game park, caves and waterfalls, monasteries and other varied hill-country attractions.
The official site of World's End Lodge is on a very poor stage. But still that Lodge is place that everybody should be once in a life time. The official site can be found here.

Sunday, July 12, 2009

Berjaya Mount Royal Beach Hotel - Colombo

One of the most interesting and beautiful islands in the world, Sri Lanka has gained countless names - Ceylon, Resplendent Isle, Island of Dharma, Pearl Upon the Brow of India…a host of accumulations reflect its richness in cultural diversity, natural beauty, ancient and historical heritage that is more than 2,500 years old.
Well known for its thick tropical jungles, cool and refreshing hills, mystical ancient cities, heritage sites, miles of palm-fringed sandy beaches, Ayurveda meditation, Sri Lanka is truly spectacular in its own uniqueness.
Experience the exotic charm of Sri Lanka at the 95-room Berjaya Mount Royal Beach Hotel. The hotel faces the stunning beach front on one side and is bordered by lush tropical vegetation on the other, makes it a perfect setting ideal for both business and pleasure.
The beach front hotel combines harmony and tradition in which you will feel right at home. Our well appointed rooms are fully equipped with modern features and amenities for the ultimate comfort of our valued guests. Each room has a private balcony offering ocean or pool views.

For authentic Sri Lankan cuisine, the Royal Garden Coffee House features a wide choice of deliciously tantalizing local delicacies and international cuisine. After hours, unwind and relax at our Peacock Lounge for some exotic cocktails and live entertainment. For snacks on the beach, the Sea Spray Restaurant offers a wide variety for your selection.

The official website can be found here.

Browns Beach Hotel - Negombo

Step on to endless pristine white beaches, feel the caress of the salt spray breeze and the tropical sun on your skin, and wade into the warm ocean shallows. Amidst the palm groves of the quaint fishing village of Negombo, Browns Beach Hotel, with its unspoiled private beach, is one of the most popular beach hotels in Sri Lanka. The three-star Browns Beach Hotel is the perfect budget solution for your holiday on the beach.
The accommodation at Browns Beach Hotel gives you the service of a three star hotel at a great price. The Browns Beach Hotel has 140 tastefully decorated rooms with a view of the ocean. 25 beach rooms can also be used as triples. Our bathrooms come with luxurious rain showers. Each bathroom is equipped with a hair dryer and supplied with soap and towels. The rooms are equipped with energy efficient air conditioning and are wheel chair accessible.
Enjoy your meal and sip a beer or glass of wine while feasting your eyes on the vista of the ocean, and being lulled by the sound of the waves. At night it is an amazingly romantic experience with the starlight or moonlight reflecting off the mysterious waters.

Enjoy international cuisine at our theme nights including Sri Lankan, Italian, Chinese, barbeque and Indian. You can also enjoy our extensive range of fresh seafood. Each dish we serve is a work of art, lovingly crafted by our master Chefs. The restaurant at Browns Beach Hotel combines the best traditions of international fine dining, with a Sri Lankan touch, making the meals here a unique experience.
We also offer a variety of theme nights that include live bands, piano music, oriental bands, magic shows and cultural shows. You can enjoy the music on offer at our main restaurant, bars and hotel lounge.

The official site can be found here.

Heritance Kandalama - Dambulla

Watch the hotel emerge from the lush foliage of the mountainside. Enter the fantasy ambience of five star luxury suspended in a natural dreamscape. Relax and let your vision blend the sapphire blue of the infinity pool with the cool grey of the Kandalama Lake, where time has stood still for 2000 years. Wander the corridors amongst the twittering swifts and befriend the monkeys lazing among the branches. Watch green blend into green from floating rooftop lawns to virgin woodlands. Gaze upon the Sigiriya rock citadel from your room window. Absorb the magic of Kandalama; transcend time and reality.
The Infinity Pool is another unique feature of Heritance Kandalama hotel. It is one of the ingenious concepts of the hotel architect Mr. Geoffrey Bawa. The edge of the pool blends with the water of the Kandalama Lake, giving the impression that you are in the lake itself, although the pool is physically located at a much higher elevation.
The natural pool (Kaludiya Pokuna) is another example of Geoffrey Bawa’s ingenious blending of the natural topography with the architectural features of the hotel. The bottom of the pool is the actual bedrock upon which the structure of the hotel rests. The surface of the rock has been coated with plastic to prevent water seepage and facilitate cleaning the pool.
Unique to the brand, Heritance cuisine envisions a philosophy based on a threefold foundation of taste, health and presentation. Adhering to the Heritance principle of responsible tourism, the finest in international cuisine is presented, supplemented by health & goodness. If the epicurean in you seek the finest in culinary experiences, then Heritance Hotels are a must in your itinerary. A distinctive blend of the best international trends in gastronomy is offered, with excerpts of traditional cooking culture.
The Heritance Kandalama is the ultimate eco-tourism destination in Sri Lanka. You need not leave the comfort of the Hotel to enjoy the wildlife in the environs. Birds nest in the corridors and outside windows, and accompany you with their soft twittering. Grey Languor’s and monkeys sit on branches within reach and watch you with bold curiosity.

The official site can be found here.

Saturday, July 11, 2009

Tropical Ceylon 1932

A tour of Ceylon (Sri Lanka) in 1932 includes many topics around the sri lanka at that time. Such as Map of Indian Ocean, Tropical road with wagon, Coconut palm trees, Coconuts processing, Man sorting coconut shells, Houses made of coconut palms, Woman buying a broom, Woman holding child, Baby crying and crawling, Children boys playing wearing loin cloths, Man showing long hairdo, Water buffalo pulling cart, Washing water buffalo in river, Baby elephant rubbing tree, Boy riding baby elephant, Large elephant dragging tree and finally boats on canal.

This movie was taken from the youtube and it was posted by

Amaya Reef - Hikkaduwa

Golden sands. Days spent lazing on the beach of Sri Lanka's southern coast. Or exploring the ocean,diving shipwrecks, snorkelling the reef. Poolside cocktails. Seaside lobster. Beach walks. Rainforest excursions.Friendly smiles and personalised service, whether you are a first-time guest or one of the many repeat visitors.
Grilled lobster. Sri Lankan fish. Tiger prawns. Sri Lankan curries. Dine on the freshest seafood with exquisite flavours and local touches that give each dish a flavour unique from any you have tasted elsewhere in the world.

Amaya Reef’s culinary director and staff seek out the individual desires of each guest, ensuring them a personalised dining experience that outshines the buffets or one-menu-suits-all approach found in many restaurants.An outdoor pool, situated to enjoy views of the sea, like every location at Amaya Reef. Take a dip. Soak in the sun on a lounger. Delve into a book (or your laptop) beneath the shade of a palm. Wi-fi access lets you surf the net while still savouring the views.

Experience this time-honoured tradition at Amaya Reef's Ayurvedic spa. Elevate your holiday with healing encounters with the elements of nature, herbal remedies, aromatic steams, and purifying scents. Oil body massage enhanced by individually selected Ayurvedic medicinal oils that relax the muscles. Facial treatment under aromatic steam that rejuvenates the skin. Herbal bath with the scents of locally grown herbs that cleanse and detoxifythe body.

The official website of this hotel can be found here.

Amaya Hills - Kandy

A palace in the hills. Architecture and details that embody the spirit of the ancient Kingdom of Kandy . A cool retreat perched high above a town renowned as the most beautiful in Sri Lanka.

Fine details borrowed from the temples and historic architecture of Kandy . Traditional sun and moon motifs. Furnishing in deep red and black with tinges of gold – colours that evoke the murals of the kingdom’s earlier centuries. A private balcony with valley or mountain views.

At the meeting point of the resort’s three wings, the swimming pool area allows guests to go for an invigorating swim or lounge in the open air with a stunning outlook on the valley and distant hills.

The billiards hall delights fans of both pool and cricket. Autographs from numerous international cricket teams don cricket bats around the room. As Amaya Hills is a favourite spot for visiting cricket teams, you may even have a chance to enjoy a round of billiards with some of the players in person.

Stay connected. Wi-fi access lets you surf the web throughout the resort.
Sri Lankan curries. International favourites, including Italian, Chinese, Indian and Japanese cuisine. Homemade pasta. Dishes that bring out the flavours of local produce such as mango, avocado, baby jack fruit and rambutan fruit.
Dine on the outdoor terrace or indoors below carved wooden ceiling panels and wall hangings of Kandyan spears and copper trays. Distinctive mahogany chairs are woven with rattan in original designs.

The official website can be found here.

Amaya Lake - Dambulla

The raban drum heralds your arrival. Four older women, flashing beautiful Sri Lankan smiles, encircle a large barrel drum where they pound out a hearty rhythm. Flowing white vesak lanterns hang from the high ceilings of the open air lobby. Meander down a forested path to discover your villa, or continue to the Warichchi Village and begin a weeklong journey in the Ayurvedic Spa.
Set on 12 hectares bordering Kandalama Lake . Paths wind through the natural forested grounds, with 92 Sri Lankan villas scattered amongst the trees. A terrace fronts each villa, with a traditional long seat moulded into the patio. Enjoy the view as you sit next to a tree-trunk column supporting the red-tiled roof.

Experience Ayurvedic therapies such as herbal body massages and facial treatments, offered in seven treatment rooms. For guests on Rejuvenation Programmes, two Shirodhara rooms provide this powerful treatment, directing a continuous stream of warm oil on the centre of the forehead.
High wooden ceilings tower overhead, providing room for fresh breezes and views of the surrounding nature. A buffet of Sri Lankan delights with rich spicy aromas sits alongside a wide selection of international dishes. Fresh local fruits grace a table of Sri Lankan and European style sweets.

Official website of this hotel can be found here.

Mount Lavinia Hotel

The Mount Lavinia Hotel is a legacy of Sri Lanka 's Colonial Heritage. It stands as a monument to the forbidden love of a Governor General and a local mestizo dancer who cast a spell on his heart.

Time stands still in the corridors of this grand old building that whisper legends of love and adventure.
Step back in time to experience old Ceylon and enjoy grandeur and mystery, her intoxicating beaches and most of all the enchantment of her people at this premier heritage hotel, 12 kilometres from the Colombo city centre and 10 minutes.

With restaurants and bars with varying atmospheres and cuisines, The Mount Lavinia Hotel offers one of the widest choices in dining in Sri Lanka. Fine dining at The Mount Lavinia Hotel reflects the hotel's exclusive luxurious feel and includes traits of Sri Lanka's powerful dining traditions. Dining at The Mount Lavinia Hotel is truly an experience to be cherished.

Dine on the most exquisite food freshly caught, straight from the Indian Ocean on to your plate. The Sea Food Cove is a restaurant located on the Beach which has a Sea Food market concept. You are able to choose the Sea Food of your choice prepared to suit your individual needs on the spot, be it grilled, cooked, sauteed, fried or baked.

The official website can be found here.

Friday, July 10, 2009

Colombo City Food Guide - Eating Out

A list of most of the Restaurants which are available in colombo can be found here, with the address, and the type of meals they provide (e.g: Chineese, Arabian, Indian) and the contact numbers as well.

If you really need much more details and the web pag links and ratings its good to check on Sri Lanka Restaurants Guid. It will provide you a basic serch option to select your catagory, price range and etc.

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Sri Lanka - Small Miracle

Sri Lanka is an island of no great size, yet it has an extraordinary number of facets. As Sir Arthur C Clarke remarked: "The Island of Sri Lanka is a small universe; it contains as many variations of culture, scenery, and climate as some countries a dozen times its size . . . I find it hard to believe that there is any country which scores so highly in all departments - which has so many advantages and so few disadvantages." Lovely beaches, beautiful landscapes, impressive ruins, a vibrant culture and charming people. – no wonder Sri Lanka is a small miracle.

The official website of this can be found here

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