These exotic destinations are quickly gaining popularity with travellers seeking one-of-a-kind experiences
Long weekends, vacation leave and free time in general are hard to come by. When you finally carve out some time for a proper holiday, you might want to seek out an adventure in a land far, far away.
Several far-flung destinations are making their way onto the maps of some travellers, thanks to new flights, modes of transport and tourism facilities that have been introduced over the years. We take a closer look at three such emerging places.
The colourful restored ruins of the Sacred City of Anuradhapura in Sri Lanka mark one of the most sacred cities of the World Buddhists.
Known as the Pearl of the Indian Ocean, Sri Lanka is home to some of the world’s ancient cities, including Anuradhapura, Polonnaruwa and Digamadulla, whose once-magnificent stone palaces, temples and theatres now lie in thick jungles, restored so that visitors may behold just a sliver of its former glory.
Today, those whose souls are worn down by the stresses of modern living will enjoy the peace and serenity that Sri Lanka offers both inside and outside the city areas, whether you’re taking in the quiet beauty of an ancient kingdom or enjoying blissful Ayurveda therapy.
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