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Rice and curry is the unofficial national dish of Sri Lanka, which you can find at every corner. The locals prefer to eat it in the morning, at noon and in the evening. Mostly it is offered in buffet form and you often pay no more than the equivalent of about 2.50 euros.
Lion Rock in Sigiriya is one of the eight UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Sri Lanka and is one of the most spectacular landmarks on the island and a popular postcard motif.
It is a monolith measuring a good 200 square metres, rising 200 metres out of the ground in the heart of the country.
The Yala National Park is the most popular game park in Sri Lanka, among other things because of the many leopards. You need to know this for your safari!
They belong to the icons of Sri Lanka and are a popular motif in travel brochures - the stilt fishermen along the south coast of Sri Lanka. This type of fishing is not used anywhere else in the world and is part of the local culture. Except for an older version of the 20 rupee bank notes, the famous stilt fishermen have made it, for many tourists they are an expression of exoticism and closeness to nature.
The historic port Gallecity is probably the most beautiful city in Sri Lanka and the gold coin of the south coast.
The picturesque port was long considered the most important port in the country and the city's architecture is strongly influenced by the colonial times of the Dutch.
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The popular excursion destination in Sri Lanka - Adam's Peak, also known as Sri Pada, is the most famous mountain in Sri Lanka due to its importance as a pilgrimage destination. It is located in the southern highlands and with 2243 meters is the fifth highest elevation of the island. The ascent takes place over no less than 5200 steps.