This historic city has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. It is a delight to explore on foot. It is blessed with an infinitely exotic and ancient trading port, with imposing Dutch colonial buildings, ancient mosques and churches, grand mansions, and museums. The fort is a walled enclave surrounded by the sea and was built by the Dutch in 1663. Galle and this fort are not only beautiful sights, but there is also a unique working community here with many administrative offices, courts, export companies, schools, and colleges. Most travelers are completely seduced by Galle’s ambiance.
Beruwala is a charismatic fishing town in the southwest coastal region of Sri Lanka. Among the many attractions, the Fish Market, where you can have many unique experiences, is a must. Here all fish caught during the night or early in the morning are sold on the same day.
Visit the market and learn how to choose truly fresh and juicy Sinhalese foods. It is a type of market where local people trade a wide variety of local vegetables, fruits, spices, dishes, and all kinds of home/kitchen items.
Aluthgama Kande Viharaya
Kande Vihara is an important Buddhist temple in the Kalutara district which was built in 1734 and has been a regional Buddhist center ever since. This temple was built on a hill, hence its name ''Kande Viharaya''.
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