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With a civilization and culture dating back over 2500 years Sri Lanka’s ancient historic sites express the grandeur and quality of life in the early history of it’s people. The ruins of temples, palaces courtyards, ornate baths, pleasure gardens, complex irrigation systems that still work and other edifices of the cities of Anuradhapura and Polonnaruwa bear witness to this.
Cultural Dance - Kandy
8th Wonder of the World - Sigiriya

Sigiriya, a rock fortress of a 5th century AD has been pronounced the Eighth Wonder of the World. This citadel in the sky is a world heritage site, and is awe-inspiring. It’s gardens and terraces laid out with water gardens, fountains, boulder gardens, cave dwellings, magnificent fresco paintings of the world famous Ladies of Sigiriya , The Mirror wall, the gigantic “Lion’s Paws”, the ruins of the palace and royal bath certainly tell us of the aesthetic sense of the king who utilized the skills and labour of his people to achieve his dream.
Sigiriya - Rock Fortress
1st Capital of Sri Lanka ­ Anuradhapura

Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka’s first capital, dates back to the 4th century BC and has been described as a model of city planning and declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
Here the mastery of hydraulic engineering and irrigated agriculture facilitated the concentration of a large population in this northern Dry Zone. According to legend, a branch from the sacred Bo tree under which the Buddha attained enlightenment was planted near the ruins of the ancient city of Anuradhapura.


Mihintale is known as the cradle of Buddhism in Sri Lanka. Here in 247 BC King Devanampiya Tissa met Mahinda (son of the great Indian Emperor Ashoka) and was introduced to the Buddhist Doctrine. The spot where this meeting took place is revered by Buddhists. It consists of rock caves, ponds and stupas. The first Buddhist Monastery of Sri Lanka and the world’s first wildlife sanctuary are to be found here.
Mihintale - Pollonnaruwa
2nd Capital of Sri Lanka - Polonnaruwa

Polonnaruwa, the second capital of Sri Lanka became one of the magnificent capitals of the ancient world. The Royal Citadel housed the palace of King Prakramabahu the Great (12th century AD), Gal Vihara or the Rock Temple a magnificent group of stone Buddha images and Parakrama Samudra, (the 'Sea of Parakrama'), a man made irrigation tank of over 23 square kilometers are just a few of the well preserved remnants of this ancient capital
Cave Temple - Dambulla - 01st Capital of Sri Lanka

Dambulla contains the largest and best-preserved cave temple complex in Sri Lanka. Over 150 statues and paintings in these caves date back to the 1st century BC. The caves in the complex provided refuge to King Valagamba in his 14 year exile from Anuradhapura. The monks meditating in the caves of Dambulla provided the exiled king protection from his enemies. When King Valagamba returned to the throne at Anuradapura he had a magnificent rock temple built at Dambulla as a gratitude to the monks in Dambulla.
Cave Temple - Dambulla
Temple of Tooth relic of the Buddha ­ Kandy

Kandy the last of the great kingdoms of Sri Lanka is home to the Temple of the Tooth (16th century AD), which houses a relic from the body of Lord Buddha. It is consequently considered a most holy shrine. The temple is open from dawn to dusk.
Temple of The Tooth Relic - Kandy
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