The bustling capital of Sri Lanka, Colombo has much to offer international visitors especially in terms of rich culture, history and culinary delights. Read on to find out more.
The National Museum of Colombo
A visit to the National Museum of Colombo is a great way to learn more about the history and diverse culture of the island. The site can also be easily reached from many a Colombo city hotel including the likes of Colombo Court Hotel & Spa with minimum hassle.
St. Anthony ‘s Church, Kochchikade
The St. Anthony’s Church in Kochchikade is a place of worship which is visited by devotees from all around the world as it is believed to produce miracles. The church was first built in the year 1806 and is open to visitors throughout the day.
Galle Face Green
The Galle Face Green is a sprawling strip of land facing the vast Indian Ocean. It’s a great place to enjoy a tropical sunset while feasting on delicious and spicy street food delights
The Dutch Period Museum
Considered to be one of the most popular tourist attractions in Colombo, the Dutch Period Museum was built during 1656 by the Dutch. The site offers visitors great insight into the rich colonial past of Sri Lanka.
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