Why Sri Lanka is the wonder of Asia

Matale: Also referred to as the Golden Temple of Dambulla, this is the most expansive and best-preserved cave complex in the country.

Polonnaruwa: The ruins of the royal ancient city of the Kingdom.

Polonnaruwa: The Royal Palace ruins are well-preserved.

Polonnaruwa: The Gal Vihara features four rock relief statues of the Buddha. Pictured is a reclining figure.

Polonnaruwa: A large seated Buddha at the Gal Vihara rock temple.

Yala National Park: Sri Lanka's best-known wildlife park is famous for its leopards.

Tangalle: A regional fishing port, Tangalle is also a center of tourism and is known for its pristine sandy beaches.

Buduruwagala: This ancient Buddhist temple contains statues believed to date back to the 10th century.

Anuradhapura: The highlight of the monastery site of Abhayagiri vihāra is an ancient stupa.

Horton Plains National Park: Hiking to the top of World's End, a sheer cliff with a drop of around 1,200 m.

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