Galle Face Green located in the heart of the city along the Indian Ocean coast is a popular destination for tourists.
Colombo Port is the busiest and largest port in Sri Lanka which was built in early 14th century. Colombo has many canals and the Beira Lake is located in the heart of the city.
The Gangaramaya Vihara is one of the most venerable temples in the country. It is decorated with wonderful brass work, stone carvings, and other Buddhist art. It houses a museum and a residential hall. It is situated on a plot of land near the placid waters of Beira Lake
Jamiul Alfar Mosque, built during 1908-1909, is one of the oldest mosques in Colombo and a popular tourist site in the city. The mosque has capacity for 10000 worshippers.
National Zoological Gardens of Sri Lanka, also called Colombo Zoo, is a zoological garden in Dehiwala, Colombo founded in 1936. The zoo places emphasis on animal conservation and welfare, and education. The zoo which has 3000 animals and 350 species exchanges its residents with other zoological gardens for breeding purposes.
The Temple of the Tooth Relic is one of the holiest places of worship and pilgrimage for Buddhists around the world. It houses the Relic of the tooth of the Buddha.
The Royal Botanical Gardens, Peradeniya is the largest botanical garden in Sri Lanka which provides residence to more than 4000 species of plants, including orchids, spices, medicinal plants and palm trees. The total area of the botanical garden is 147 acres with a 200-day annual rainfall.
Ella is pure natural beauty, with waterfalls, greenery, gardens and hills. One of Ella’s wonders is the Ella Rock. The special view from the top of the Ella Rock is really amazing. Another wonder of Ella is Ravana Falls which is a very popular waterfall. Little Adam’s Peak which lays on the eastern edge of the Ella Gap is another attraction. From Little Adam’s Peak you can see the Rawana Falls.