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13 June 2020

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The Potter’s Wheel

Making of clay pottery has been a part of Sri Lankan tradition since the earliest days. Certain villages were known as pottery villages as almost every household produced pots for the nearby villages.

Even today, such small villages exist, though they are hard to find.

 

We take you to one such village where pottery is the main source of income. Piles of raw pots drying under the sun like clay trinkets,

Unique Things To Do In Sri Lanka

Pristine beaches, Lush jungles, Delicious food, Spectacular weather, Endless adventures and possibilities, this is Sri Lanka. Is one of the most remarkable island nations I’ve ever had the pleasure of visiting. Every year increasing number of tourists visits here but they always tend to do the same few things Temple of the Tooth, Sigiriya and Yala National Park. You should visit them also but you should also plan time to do a few unique, unusual and off the beaten path activities as well.

Activities Near Kandy

Kandy is a sacred city to the Buddhists. The city holds the sacred tooth relic of the Buddha. Every year the Kandy city on absolute festive mood for the historical ‘Kandy Esela Perahara’, which parade the tooth relic, an event even continued even during the British era. This eye-catching occasion attracts thousands of tourists from around the globe.

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The Potter’s Wheel

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Golf – Victoria Course, Kandy

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Udawattakele Sanctuary

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Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage

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Aluvihara Cave Temples

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