• Welcome to Wonder of Asia
    Sri Lanka

  • Wild Delights
    Despite its small land-mass, Sri Lanka proudly boasts endemism locations.
    of being one of the world’s highest ecological
    endemism locations.
  • Pleasurable Livings
    Elegant comfortable accommodations from
    Boutique to Five Star Hotels in excitingly
    naturalistic eco-chalets to fascinatingly
    urban hotel atmospheres.
  • Tranquil Destinations
    Entrancing sunrises to Serene sunsets
    misty cool climes to fascinating surfs.
  • Enlivening Excursions
    Exciting adventures from thrilling treks
    scenic cycling, scintillating surfing
    wonderful whale-watching and lots more…
  • Historical Wonders
    Bewitching Ancient Sagas Chronicled in
    Ceaseless Time and Beauty
  • Relax Yourself
    Cool breeze on your skin on a misty evening
    early-morning sun rays kissing your body
    lazily relax floating down the winding silence of a lagoon-canal
  • Natural Amazements
    Enchanting Endemism giving you stunning
    selections of specifically featured eco-systems

UNESCO World Heritage Sites

Sri Lanka is proud to boast eight world heritage sites that showcase awe-inspiring heritage and legacy from its rich past. These wonders of natural and cultural heritage are our pride and joy and we are proud to share them with you.


Dambulla is also part of the Cultural Triangle. Here, the gigantic Dambulla Cave Temple also declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site can be visited. These caves date back to the first century BC and houses enthralling frescoes as well as an imposing 15-metre-long reclining Buddha and Hindu Deities.


Anuradhapura was the first capital of Sri Lanka where relics of architectural ruins of its ancient kingdom and Buddhist temples not seen in most parts of the world can be seen. A UNESCO world-heritage site and base of ancient civilization rich in heritage of history, culture, architecture, politics and religion...


Galle is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Galle Fort is unique, and is a living symbol of the Island’s rich, past history. The Galle Dutch Fort built in 1663 declared an archeological reserve by the UN since 1969, and UNESCO’s declared 38th Monument as a world heritage site...


Kandy is the last capital of Sri Lanka. A major tourist destination and also known as the cultural capital of Sri Lanka. Beautifully nestled in the hill country at 468 m above sea level, the last home to the Kandyan Kings rich in music, arts, crafts and culture...

Peak Wilderness Sanctuary

A rich in bio-diversity tropical rain forest surrounding the beautiful and revered Sri Pada (Adam’s Peak) mountain range with over 224 square kilometers. The eastern boundary is connected to the Pidurathalagala mountain-region and the Horton Plains National Park..


Polonnaruwa is another UNESCO world heritage site having a great history and is the third portion of the cultural triangle. Rich in history and culture, it offers the visitor ..


Sigiriya boasts an ancient castle built on the rock by King Kassapa during the 5th century. It is considered an important, creative and ingenious urban planning site of the firs ...


Translated as ‘Kingdom of the Lion’, Sinharaja is a national park rich in biodiversity, a UNESCO declared Biosphere Reserve and also declared a world heritage site ..

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