Resolved Question: Best place to spend New
Where would be the best place for a group of 4 people in their mid 30s to early 40s to spend New Years Eve in Sri Lanka. Not Colombo as we will be there for Xmas and also have a day there before leaving the following week. I've heard Unawatuna and Hikkaduwa both have beach parties and fireworks but I can't find anything that says what the age group is. Is one place older than the other? We all like to have fun but don't want to be at a beach party if it's mainly wasted 18 year olds on a gap year like in Koh Phagnan. A mix of ages is fine and we'd prefer somewhere that's not all foreigners. Where do Sri Lankans go to celebrate outside of Colombo? And does anything happen up in Hill Country like Ella or Kandy? Right now we only have the beginning and end of the trip planned so we can be flexible
Posted on 8 September 2012 | 4:49 am
Resolved Question: Best developed places in
With a little budget i want to visit sri lanka for tourism with my family (2+1). i like green and mountain places. Pls advice me places and areas to visit with places to stay, hotels or hostels for family accommodation. Clean hotels are expected. Pls advice on your experiences. Have a nice time.
Posted on 25 July 2012 | 4:57 am
Resolved Question: Sri lanka.....Colombo
hello all, had conflicting answers when looking for how long it will take to go from the Airport in Colombo and go to Unawatuna via a taxi during the mid morning? I know there is the new Southern Expressway and I'm finding it hard to get anyone that has made the journey to tell me if the new road had reduced traveling time significantly.
Also how much would i be looking to pay for this journey in a taxi that i will get at the airport?
Posted on 18 March 2012 | 3:17 am
Resolved Question: Advice , holiday to Sri
So im going on holiday next April/May to Sri Lanka :D and would just like some tips/advice of people who HAVE been to the Island or live there. Thanks :)
Posted on 14 August 2011 | 6:15 am
Resolved Question: How long would be a good
Since it is a small country, I thought that I will only go there for a short length of time.
I am from the UK (England) at the moment and am going to Thailand, however on the way home I thought I would stop by at Sri Lanka as I have always loved the country as well as the fact that it is a good way of shortening the long journey home.
How long do you think I should spend there to get the most out of it? I want to see and do a lot so basically how long do I need to spend there?
Also, I am quite an active person and I am quite sporty. I am not the sort of person who sits around and does nothing all day. Would Sri Lanka suit me or is it too much of a slow-paced country?
Posted on 7 August 2011 | 7:31 am