If you are fond of traveling and are thinking about going somewhere outside the country, then today we are going to tell you about Sri Lanka, the neighboring country of India. Sri Lanka is known for its natural beauty. Tourists come far away to see the natural beauty of the place. If you also go to Sri Lanka, then the beauty here will be crazy. That's why today we will tell you about the famous places of Sri Lanka.

Sri Lanka

Nuwara Eliya


Nuwara Eliya
     Nuwara Eliya is a very beautiful city that is situated at an altitude of 2000 meters above sea level. At the same time, Kelani River originates from the Nuwara eliya Mountains, which is called the lifeline of Colombo ( commercial capital and largest city of Sri Lanka). Let me tell you that this place is named Nuwara Eliye because there is a Nellu flower that blooms one in every 14 years.

Pinnawala
Pinnawala
     If you are fond of seeing elephants, then definitely go to Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage. Here you will get a chance to see the tricks of elephants and their children here.

Yala National Park


Yala National Park
     If you want to see the natural beauty then difinitely visit Yala national Park. Let us tell you that Yala National Park is also called the home of leopards.

Dambulla Cave Temple


Dambulla Cave Temple
     Dambulla Cave Temple is also known as Golden Temple. You will like tremendous views of craftsmanship in Sri Lanka. There are 150 statues of Buddha. Dambulla Cave Temple is World Heritage Site (1991) in Sri Lanka, situated at central part of the country.

Adam's Peak
Adam's peak
     Adam's Peak is very beautiful place in Sri Lanka. It is also known as Sri Pada. If you want to see the rising sun, then go to Adam's Peak. It is a 7359 ft (2243 m) tall conical mountain.

Polonnaruwa
Polonnaruwa
     If you are interested in history, then definitely go to Plonnaruwa in Sri Lanka. Here you will find many old time things of Sri Lanka. It is also a ancient city.

Old Dutch Fort
If you want to spend a few moments of rest looking at the sea, then visit the Old Dutch Fort of Sri Lanka.

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