Called the Jewel of the Indian Ocean, Sri Lanka is blessed with stellar scenery and well-kept cultural and historical sites. The island has done almost as well as its contemporary juggernaut neighbour, India, despite a recent war and the international economic crisis. The coast is fringed by golden sand beaches and the teardrop-shaped realm is home to a compact and diverse populace of welcoming Sinhalese, Tamil and Muslim locals.
From the Temple of the Tooth Relic and the artificial reservoirs built by the first Sinhalese rulers in the sacred city of Anuradhapura to the Dambulla Cave Temple and Central Highlands of Sri Lanka, it’s obvious that the island has more than its fair share of top-notch sightseeing spots.
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205 km north of Colombo
20 km north-west of Galle
Sabaragamuwa and Southern Provinces
148 km east of Colombo and 72 km north of Kandy
Udawalawe National Park - Sabaragamuwa Province
North Central Province
South-central part of Sri Lanka
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