Cultural Triangle

Sri Lanka's and Asia's richest archaeological heritage sites and the largest and most dramatic are in the Cultural Triangle.

The area formed by linking the ancient capitals of Anuradhapura, Polonnaruva, and Kandy, with Sigiriya in the center.The Cultural Triangle has brought Sri Lanka’s history alive in the most enthralling manner for millions of travellers.

It covers the north central towns of Anuradhapura, Polonnaruwa, Sigiriya and Dambulla where extensive archeological ruins provide a glimpse into the island’s, dating back to the 4th century B.C. It is here that Sri Lanka’s kings developed remarkably advanced civilisations. The extensive archeological ruins of the Cultural Triangle are now protected by UNESCO as World Heritage sites. The central plains have low rainfall and several hotels are sumptious enough to provide a holiday in their own right

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Ulagalla Wallawa

Ulagalla Resort is an ancient manor house and of great value to Sri Lankan history...

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Vil Uyana

The challenge of introducing a wetland system on reclaimed agricultural ...

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Heritance Kandalama

HeritenceKandalama is one of Sri Lanka's most sought-after hotel...

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Cinnamon Lodge

Cinnamon Lodge Habarana, is an exclusive hideaway for the entire family ...

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Royal retreat

Offering an outdoor swimming pool and a seafood restaurant, Royal Retreat, Sigiriya is ...

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