The Best Places in Sri Lanka for Travelling

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Sri Lanka has a plethora of tourist attractions. Numerous domestic and international tourists visit these locations. Sri Lanka is home to a number of famous and infamous locations. There are numerous significant locations throughout our country, such as royal palaces and temples, that were built by kings in the distant past.

  • Jaya Sri Maha Bodhi
  • Atamasthana
  • Sigiriya(Singha Giriya)
  • Dambulla Royal Cave Temple  And Golden
  • Varana Temple
  • Ranavana Temple
  • Isurumuniya
  • Temple of the sacred tooth Relic
  • Katharagama Kiri Vehera Temple

In addition, there are many beautiful places in Sri Lanka. In case that,

  • Yala National Park in Hambanthota
  • Victoria Park in Nuwara-Eliya
  • Haggala Garden
  • Peradeniya Garden
  • Marble Beach
  • Nilaweli Beach
  • Negombo Beach
  • Galle Face Green
  • Sinharaja Forests Reserve
  • Udawalawe National Park
  • Horton Plains National Park
  • Wilpaththu National Park ect.

Consider one of the locations mentioned previously. Even though the majority of countries have designated this as a dangerous country to visit, we disagree. They say that to you because they are only concerned with Sri Lanka’s economic and social conditions. However, the locations are so incredible that the locals will always be friendly.

Temple Of The Sacred Tooth Relic

The Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic, also known as the Glorious Tooth Temple or Sri Dalada Maligawa, is a Buddhist temple in Kandy, Sri Lanka. It is housed in the former Kingdom of Kandy’s royal palace complex, which also houses the relic of Buddha’s tooth.

Since ancient times, the relic has been a focal point of local politics, as it is believed that whoever holds the relic controls the country’s governance.

Historically, the relic has been held by Sinhalese kings. Because of the temple and relics, the temple of tooth is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.. In the temple’s inner chamber, bhikkhus from two distinct chapters, the Malwathu and Asgiri, lead daily worship. Rituals are conducted three times a day: in the morning, noon, and evening. On Wednesdays, the relic is bathed in Nanumura Mangallaya, a holy water containing scented water and beautiful flowers; this holy water is said to have therapeutic effects and is used to cleanse the relic.

Our country has a lot of gorgeous spots like these. I hope, I will be able to share your more information in the future.

 

 

 

 

Chalani Amarasingha

Chalani Amarasingha

Student of NENASALA After A|L student in President`s College( National School)Veyangoda Interesting for English,Tamil & Koren Photograpy

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