Visit  Sri Lanka!

Packed with heritage, culture, wildlife, prestine beaches and beautiful scenery! 

With a history expanding over 3000 years, Sri Lanka holds some of world’s ancient cities, along with stunning beaches and landscapes.

All About Fun And Heritage




View fine examples of ancient Sinhalese art and architecture in Polonnaruwa. Numerous well-preserved ruins of tombs, temples, statues and other archaeological sites are located in the town. Hundreds of years ago, Polonnaruwa was a capital of the island as well as a busy commercial and religious hub. Don’t miss the historical treasures this World Heritage Site has to offer.




Often referred to as ‘Little England’, this genteel highland community does have a rose-tinted, vaguely British-country-village feel to it,Nuwara Eliya can be reached from Colombo via Kandy, which is the gateway to the Central Highlands of the island.




Yala National Park is the place to go to see big cats in Sri Lanka. The park is home to the highest concentration of leopards in the world, and it is also an important sanctuary for Sri Lankan elephants and aquatic birds. Monkeys, crocodiles, and other critters run around the park’s grassy plains and forest areas. The park is located on the southeast coast of the island.




Colombo has emerged as a must-see stop in Sri Lanka. No longer just the sprawling city you have to endure on your way to the beaches, it has become a worthy destination in its own right and makes an excellent start – or finish – to your Sri Lankan adventures.




Also known as Lion’s Rock, Sigiriya is a rock fortress and palace situated in the Matale district. Visitors can climb up to the ancient ruins, which are surrounded by gardens, ponds, and magnificent frescoes. The UNESCO World Heritage Site is one of the best ancient sites in the country. Head to the top of Sigiriya to see wonderful, dramatic views of the rolling hills in the jungle below.




Dutch Hospital is one of the oldest structures in Colombo. The Old Dutch Hospital with its tropical colonial-era architecture is one of them. The old structure; with its boxy pillars, red clay roof tiles and large central courtyards; was built in the late 17th century by the Dutch.



This coastal town has magnificent beaches, luxury hotels, and untouched beauty. Spend a day soaking in the sun at Bentota Beach, visit the nearby Kosgoda Turtle Hatchery, or find peace in the Galapatha Raja Maha Vihara Buddhist temple. Bentota is a tourist hot spot, so you’ll also be able to partake in activities like helicopter rides and water sports, too.




Some of the most beautiful waterfalls are from the small island of Sri Lanka, blessed with over one hundred waterfalls, the tallest is Bambarakande Falls which cascades down 263 meters like liquid, and it’s a forest glade and it will worth your trip.

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The Kingsbury Hotel

Bejeweled as one of the finest five-star Colombo hotels located in-between Galle Face Green, the World Trade Centre and the Dutch Hospital Precinct, we welcome you to The Kingsbury Colombo. With easy access for shopping, entertainment and your business needs, we will ensure your stay is perfect and your experiences are complete.

Visit Sri Lanka and learn lessons in history, beauty, and in the point of life

Interesting facts about  Sri Lanka

It is nicknamed Pearl of the Indian Ocean and teardrop of India. Sri Lanka is known for these two lovely names. Pearl of the Indian Ocean is given to this small island nation probably due to its incredible natural beauty, extraordinary biodiversity as well as its precious gemstones. Besides, the island has a teardrop shape and is off the coast of India, which is easier to see from the map. That’s why it is also called teardrop of India. Below is a Google map snapshot of Sri Lanka to give you an idea of its location and shape. 

Tea is a big business in Sri Lanka. If you're a tea drinker, you cuppa may come from Sri Lanka, formerly known as Ceylon, a name synonymous with tea. Brought from China in 1824 by the British, the first tea plant on the island was displayed in the Royal Botanical Gardens outside Kandy and has grown into a huge business. This teardrop island nation is still a leading tea producer and exporter, with over 1 million of its 22 million people working for the tea industry. 

It is home of cinnamon. Apart from being a large tea producer, Sri Lanka is famous for its cinnamon, an indispensable ingredient for many of its fabulous food. It is said to have originated from the teardrop nation and first found by the Egyptians in 2000 BC. Today, Sri Lanka is still a leading exporter of the world's cinnamon.

Tea Plantation in Sri Lanka.

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Visit Sri Lanka and enjoy the heritage, culture, thrills and beautiful landscape and beaches. Stay in a choice of luxury or historic hotels with amazing views.

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