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The Baker’s Fall, Horton Plains, Sri Lanka

The Baker’s Fall , Horton Plains, Sri Lanka


Mini Bridal Falls – Badulla, Sri Lanka

Mini Bridal Falls


A rural village of Sri Lanka

  Above photo is taken at a countryside area in Sri Lanka. It is the view I saw from the front porch of my childhood house. Growing up I hadn’t had enough of the view, and I loved all shades of green in front of me. Paddy fields, tea plantation and a tea factory at the top of the mountain are income sources of villagers. Some are traditional paddy farmers while some are employed in the tea factory.


Kirinda Beach & Temple, Sri Lanka

  Kirinda is an ancient minor port which attracts tourists daily for its magnificent surroundings along with beach and rock temple. This area is dated back to 2nd century BC, of ancient Srilankan history and it is believed that the first record in history related tsunami had happened in this southern coast as the story unfolds the ocean flooded the land. However, the 360′ view of the spectacular scene from the rock temple is enough to bring peace to a troubled mind. Stretched sandy beach and milky waves of the Indian ocean is indeed a piece of art. ” order_by=”sortorder” Read more…


Temple of The Sacred Tooth Relic – Kandy, Sri Lanka

 Temple of sacred tooth relic in Kandy, Sri Lanka is the most venerable temple among Buddhists in Sri Lanka and all around the world. The temple, which is a part of the king’s royal palace of Kandyan era. This is the house for sacred tooth relic of Lord Buddha. Whoever owns the sacred tooth relic also inherits governance of the country. The temple is located in the eye of Kandy city, which is a world heritage town and major tourist attraction. The city itself has a rich history and cultural, infrastructural and natural value. Centre of the city is decorated Read more…


Horton Plains National Park, Sri Lanka

Horton Plains is a spectacular piece of nature, a world heritage site, a could forest located in central highlands of Sri Lanka (at an altitude of at an altitude of 6,900–7,500 ft). It was declared as a national park in 1988 due to the rich tourist attraction and valuable biodiversity. Many species found here are endemic to the region. The World’s End and Baker’s Falls are among many of the tourist attractions of the park. This plains is a home to sambar moose and many other endemic species.  Horton Plains is the only park where you are allowed to walk freely without a Read more…


The Orchid Family

The Orchid Family