Srilanka

The attractions of Maligawila Buddha statue in Sri Lanka

Maligawila is a rural community is located about 15km south of the Moneragala region and about 10km away from Okkampitiya in Sri Lanka. It is the famous site for its significant archaeological portions containing a free-standing figure of Buddha statue carving out of a single large limestone rock which is the tallest free-standing Buddha statue […]

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Anuradhapura: the archaeological site in Srilanka

Anuradhapura is sited on the banks of the momentous Malvathu Oya, 205km north of Colombo in the northern central state of Srilanka. It is the biggest and the most ancient city in Srilanka, an appropriate high point to any visit of the Cultural triangle. This city is well-known for its well conserved ruins of the […]

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World Biosphere Reserve, the National Park of Srilanka

Sinharaja Forest Reserve is located close to Ratnapura between the rural communities of Deniyaya, Rakwana and Matugama in Srilanka, geographically exceptional lowland tropical forest covering an area of about 11187 hctrs. This is a national park and biodiversity hotspot of Srilanka and a international consequence voted as a Biosphere preserve which has been listed in […]

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The Dambulla Cave Temple in Srilanka

The Dambulla Cave Temple is located 145km east of Colombo and 74km north of Kandy in Srilanka which is the best preserved and biggest cave temple complex in the country. It is also recognized as the Golden Temple of Dambulla and a World Heritage Site in Sri Lanka. The Rock tower (162m) and more than […]

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Sigiriya-Lion’s Rock, the World Heritage Site in Srilanka

Sigiriya is identified as the Lion’s rock, the story ruins of King Kasyapa which is the most convincing attraction of Sri-lanka. It is famous for its primordial paintings called “Frescos” which is to be found in the innermost of Sri-lanka. Sigiriya is an ancient citadel made of rock in the matale region of Sri Lanka, […]

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Galle, the World Heritage Site in Sri Lanka

Galle is a town on the southwestern tip of Sri Lanka, 119 km from Colombo. Galle is the capital of the southern province of Sri Lanka and is located in the district of Galle. The major river is Gin River (Gin Ganga) which starts from Gongal Kanda and passing villages like Neluwa, Nagoda, Baddegama, Thelikada […]

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