Cultural Triangle

Ancient City Polonnaruwa

Polonnaruwa was the thriving commercial and religious center of Sri Lanka some 800 years ago. It consists of a lot of temples and religious buildings.

Kaudulla National Park

Kaudulla National Park is located 182 km away from Colombo in the North Central Province of Sri Lanka. The major cities closest to Kaudulla National Park is Habarana and Polonnaruwa.


Alu Viharaya or Aloka Vihara is situated in 30 km south of Kandy on the Matale-Dambulla road, surrounded by hills. The history of Alu Viharaya can be traced back to 3rd century BC in king Devanampiyatissa’s era.

Dambulla Cave Temple

Situated in the Matale District, Central Province of Sri Lanka, Dambulla is famous for its Dambulla Rock Cave Temples. A large cave temple complex decorated with country’s finest murals.

Anuradhapura Ancient City

The ruins of Anuradhapura are considered as one of South Asia’s most reminiscent sights. The copiousness of temples, Dagebas, magnificent pools, places and many more political and religious structures enfolds the blood, sweat and tears that made the kingdoms flourish and fall.

Abhayagiri Dagaba – Anuradhapura

Abhayagiri Buddhist monastic centre (Dāgeba) by King Vaṭṭagāmaṇi Abhaya during the period of his second reign in 29–17 BC. It is situated in Anuradhapura, the capital of Sri Lanka at the time

The Ruwanwelisaya Stupa – Anuradhapura

Ruwanwelisaya is one of the world’s tallest monuments, considered to be an icon of architectural glory in ancient Sri Lanka, standing at 103 m (338 ft) and with a circumference of 290 m (951 ft).
Top Sight


Sigiriya Rock Fortress of Sri Lanka is situated in Matale district near Dambulla. It can be reached along Colombo- Habarana highway by turning towards east from Inamaluwa. Proceeding about 10 km from Inamaluwa and passing Kimbissa township one arrives at Sigiriya.