6 Reasons why you should not miss this world famous tourist attraction - Sigiriya The Rock Castle

Sigiriya - 6 Top reasons to visit

As one of the famous tourist attraction in Sri Lanka- Sigiriya experiences a considerable surge in tourists visit the area year by year. Being one of the most important historical site full of beauty, glory and tragedy Sigiriya is one of the must-visit places in Sri Lanka.

So, what’s the importance?

South Asia Holiday destinations - Maldives Vs Sri Lanka

If you are in the brink of selecting a sunny holiday destination to south Asia and cannot decide what & where? Well we have 5 good reasons why you can select Sri Lanka over Maldives as your next holiday destination.

Only for beach lovers

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Maldives are set of very little geographical featured islands have beautiful and un-spoilt beaches with crystal clear water in the Indian Ocean.

A Travel Guide: Where To Go In Sri Lanka

A Travel Guide: Where To Go In Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka is a beautiful island that is located in the Northern Indian Ocean off the Southeast coast of the Indian sub-continent. Sri Lanka is a diverse country which is a home to many religions, languages and ethnicities. Travelling is one of the best things to do during your free time. There are also great historic places. Having the change of environment and the atmosphere is a perfect way of relaxing. Have you ever considered of travelling to Sri Lanka? If you haven’t, let me give you the best places to visit while on your vacation.

World Famous Photographer William Burrard-Lucas in Sri Lanka

Wold Famous Photographer William Burrard-Lucas was in Sri lanka for a 10 day visit sponsored by Cinnoman Nature Trails. Will has spent the past ten days photographing local wildlife. He used the Beetle Cam on their first visit to Minneriya for the elephant gathering. He also visited other wild life parks such as Yala and Wilpattu.

Earl’s Regency Kandy Adding a new wing

Earl’s Regency Kandy Adding a new wing

The newly constructed ‘Knuckles Wing’, consisting of eighteen deluxe rooms and one suite at the Earl’s Regency, Kandy was, declared open by Minister Basil Rajapaksa. With the opening of the new wing, the total number of rooms at the Earl’s Regency has increased to 104 offering a luxury selection to visitors. Originally established with 86 rooms in 1999, the hotel has expanded later to its high-end room capacity with six premium rooms, two premium plus, four suites and three mini suites.