Last week Sunday Observer focused on some aspects of intangible heritage of Sri Lanka. Sunday Observer also questioned whether the custodians of this heritage were limited to a select few or whether the protection and conservation of it is the collective responsibility of all the people of Sri Lanka.
Source: Conservation of heritage in these times of Covid-19 | Sunday Observer
The fact that Sinharaja forest reserve is a precious gift to us from the nature is nothing new. It is an evergreen tropical forest located in the Wet Zone of the country, stretching across the…
Source: Sinharaja: Mother Nature’s precious gift | Daily News
A stellar example of a fort city made by Europeans in South and Southeast Asia, Galle Fort is a Unesco World Heritage site.
Source: The quaint charms of Sri Lanka’s Galle Fort
Mountain peaks blanketed by clouds, cascading waterfalls, symphonies of forest sounds, hundreds of unique species of flora and fauna, and enchanting landscapes; the Dumbara, or ‘Knuckles’ mountains have…
Source: Guardians of the ‘Knuckles’ range
Sri Lanka is an island located in the Indian Ocean and is also called the Pearl of the Indian Ocean. It is a Southasian nation with a…
Source: Sri Lanka – The best country to travel on the planet
The evening sun setting was enhanced by Seema Jaisingh’s visit to the stunning Ruwanwelisaya stupa, which is known to contain the oldest relics of the Buddha in.
Source: The Secrets of Sri Lanka!
20 things to do in Galle when visiting Sri Lanka’s top coastal city, from exploring Galle Fort to shopping, food, massage and surfing…
Source: Things To Do In Galle – 20 Incredible Attractions In Sri Lanka’s Coastal City
The perfect holiday destination for readers seeking exploration and once-in-a-lifetime experiences, DC Thomson Travel highlights 12 special places to visit.
Source: A gem of the Indian Ocean – 12 Special places to visit in Sri Lanka – The Courier
A holiday in Sri Lanka combines a unique blend of beautiful landscapes, incredible wildlife, historical cities, ancient temples and pristine beaches.
Source: 7 Incredible activities to do in Sri Lanka | Press and Journal
Built in the fifth century, Sri Lanka’s Sigiriya fortress attracted the attention of British archaeologists in the 1800s, who were amazed by its leonine rock art and beautiful frescoes.
Source: The ‘Lion Fortress’ of Sri Lanka was swallowed by the jungle
On this 12-night tour you’ll visit Unesco world heritage sites, Buddhist temples and a tea plantation, go on an elephant safari and relax on the southern coast…
Source: Explore the beautiful island of Sri Lanka
Awarded by UNESCO for its restoration efforts, Galle Fort Hotel provides plenty of room to degust Sri Lankan staples in a Dutch setting. Read more on Nat Geo Traveller India.
Source: Live Like It’s the 17th Century in Galle
“Experience, travel – these are an education in themselves.” – Euripides
Source: This summer, broaden your global education through travel – Study International
5 reasons to visit Sri Lanka despite the Easter Sunday bombing…
Source: 5 reasons to visit Sri Lanka despite the Easter Sunday bombing
Lakshmi Sharath explores the incredible Sri Lanka…
Source: Four reasons why Sri Lanka is on my bucket list
Visit the first capital of Sri Lanka, Anuradhapura.
Source: Day Trip to UNESCO City Anuradhapura From Colombo
My penchant for visiting Unesco World Heritage Sites (WHS) has gone beyond just seeing well-known, as well as bizarre and dangerous, destinations. Rather, it has become more about experiencing them and understanding what makes them truly unique and invaluable. Thuparamaya, the oldest…
Source: Towering Dagobas and Buddhist Relics of Anuradhapura – BusinessMirror