Sri Lanka, a tourist destination that is gradually becoming more and more well-known. Different from the general island, it has a pure and romantic seaside, also has a rich human history, playability is very high, even if you have been to Lanka many times, you will certainly not get bored of this place.
Located in South Asia, Sri Lanka is warm and pleasant all year round due to its proximity to the equator. Compared with many other Southeast Asian islands, it has not been fully developed and is not heavily commercialized, still maintaining the original local culture and the simplicity of the islanders. Compared with other countries in Southeast Asia that have been overly commercialized, Sri Lanka is still a relative niche destination. The locals still retain their simplicity and are not shy about showing their smiles and enthusiasm, and if you raise your camera, you will surely get a friendly and bright smile. It is different from ordinary islands, the island covers an area of more than 60,000 square kilometres, and in addition to the pure and romantic seaside, also has a rich cultural and historical landscape. There is a strong religious atmosphere here, as well as eight World Heritage sites such as the Galle Fort, and also the old palace mansions and other converted luxury hotels, so whether you are a girlfriend, a gay friend, a couple, or a family trip or with your children's parents, you can find your favourite way to travel. Sri Lanka's prices are also quite cheap, so for people on a small travel budget, coming here to travel will reduce your spending pressure.
Sri Lanka's attractions are scattered throughout the island, generally speaking, the central part is mountainous and has a stronger cultural and religious atmosphere; the eastern and southern parts are seaside and win with seaside nature. For example, Colombo, Negombo, Pinnawala, etc. are located in the southwest of Sri Lanka, while the central cities are: Sigiriya (where the Lion Rock is located), Anuradhapura, Polonnaruwa, Kandy, Nuwara Eliya, etc. Trincomalee and Pascuda are the cities in the east. The cities in the south are Yala, Merissa, Galle, Bentota, etc.
Since these cities and attractions are not very concentrated and are scattered all over the island, choosing a travel route that suits you is a good preparation before going to Sri Lanka. There are many articles on the internet about travelling to Sri Lanka, but not every travel guide is suitable for you, so how can you tell where you should go when you go to Sri Lanka? As everyone has different needs and focuses on tourism, this article suggests that tourists who love nature can go trekking on the Horton Plains, where they will stumble upon various wild animals. Lion Rock, Buddha's Tooth Temple, Tea Garden, Galle Fort, Yala National Park, seaside train and other such classics must experience, the combination of history and humanities and natural scenery, have these places to be considered to Sri Lanka; and whale watching, hiking, the ancient city of Bologna Nuevo and other more suitable for people with long holidays and in-depth tours.