Anuradhapura, first ancient capital of the Island prominently stands proud as the greatest monastic city of ancient Sri Lanka. This remarkable Buddhist kingdom is one of the main cities belonging to Sri Lanka’s cultural triangle along with Polonnaruwa and Kandy, clasping Sigiriya and Dambulla within. These primordial cities boasts of possessing archaeological ruins in abundance, dating back to the 4th Century B.C., now protected by UNESCO as World Heritage Sites.
Sacred city of Kandy is sheltered amidst soaring mountains and surrounded by the magnificent ‘Mahaweli River’, longest and the pride of the Nation. This flamboyant city, rich in culture, flourishing in art & tradition is the home of the “Sri Dalada Maligawa” (The Sacred Temple of the tooth relic) and one of the ancient cities of the cultural triangle.
Visit the Puttalam Salterns and discover how seawater is generated in to pure salt. The areas are with a number of pools of collected seawater that gradually evaporates and the residues are produced as salt.