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Where the Buddha sat

After many good-byes and last minute shopping, we packed our belongings and left Colombo. On the way to our new home in Kandy, the entire group was to take another extended excursion through the Northern and Eastern regions of Sri Lanka. 633 more words

Cultural triangle (4 Days Tour)

Get to know the ancient history of Sri Lanka and its magnificent kings. This tour covers the Cultural Triangle world heritage sites.

1st Day: NEGOMBO – ANURADHAPURA… 785 more words

Tourism In Sri Lanka

Day 2 of temples 

As ‘cultural heartland’ actually means temples, temples and more temples, guess what I did in Anuradhapura? Went to see some temples. But this one was by bike which made for a pleasant change. 190 more words


The sacred city of Anuradhapura

Anuradhapura is an old, sacred Buddhist city filled with ancient ruins sprawled throughout. It’s a UNESCO World Heritage site and a place I decided I’d visit en route to… 667 more words


The train to Anuradhapura

Hot, uncomfortable, standing room only, packed like sardines… These are all the characteristics that came to mind in expectation of my first long distance train journey in Asia – and I was right, but there was more to it. 587 more words


Anuradhapura, a historical adventure.

Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka is one the most beautiful ancient ruin sites in the world. Renowned as the first capital of the ancient Sri Lanka, Anuradhapura stands proudly with magnificent architectural giants that awe the visitors. 631 more words


Sati Pasela progress

During the past two months the Sati Pasela program has progressed significantly. Groups of schools from the districts of Galle and Anuradhapura have expressed interest in joining the program and will do so from the new term in September. 255 more words