Volleyball it is claimed is Sri Lanka national sport. However there is no doubt that Cricket is the most popular sport in Sri Lanka .That popular West Indies calypso ‘Cricket, lovely cricket.’,’ will always be ringing in the ears. From the villages where youngsters from around 16 to 26 or maybe even older, use ‘polpithi’ bats, to the towns where more sophisticated young men use willow bats.
A stellar example of a fort city made by Europeans in South and Southeast Asia, Galle Fort is a Unesco World Heritage site.
Things To Do In Galle – 20 Incredible Attractions In Sri Lanka’s Coastal City; Christina Pfeiffer; Travel2Next
20 things to do in Galle when visiting Sri Lanka’s top coastal city, from exploring Galle Fort to shopping, food, massage and surfing…
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.
A living museum awarded World Heritage status.
Galle Fort, Sri Lanka, travel guide and things to do: The three-minute guide; Anthony Dennis; Traveller
It may a faded gem, but Galle Fort is a gem nonetheless.
Galle is definitely one of the top tourist destinations in Sri Lanka and it is no wonder why. Littered with heritage sites, here are some of the fun things to do around Galle!
Galle Fort, Sri Lanka – What to do, Where to Eat, and Where to Drink, Galle Fort One-Day Itinerary, Where to Eat in the area…