44. Colombo Dutch Museum:
This two-story building situated at Prince Street displays the Dutch legacy. Through various coins, weaponry, furniture, ceramics this museum portrays the different facets of the lifestyle and habits of the contemporary Dutch and their culture as well.
45. St. Lucia's Cathedral: In Sri Lanka, this St. Lucia’s Cathedral is used by the Archbishop of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Colombo as his seat. This cathedral is dedicated to Saint Lucy. Small structures are worshipped here which resemble its origins.
46. DiyathaUyana: DivyathaUyana Park has become one of the attractive Sri Lanka tourist places because of the peaceful and serene yet vibrant ambience made by the luscious green garden and the musical water fountain.
47. Sri Lanka Planetarium: This 570-seat auditorium is the first and only planetarium of Sri Lanka. Here, on the domed screen, with the help of a Universal projector, a false sky has been created.
48. Crow Island Beach Park: Spread amidst the marshes, mangroves, and coastal vegetation, this park was initially polluted extensively. Now, it has been transformed into a beach park and it is an ideal place for the families to spend quality time by the riverside.
49. Colombo Lighthouse: At the South of the Port of Colombo, this lighthouse is located at the Galbokka Point and it is maintained by the Ports Authority of Sri Lanka. This is one of the attractive places to visit in Sri Lanka because of the panoramic view of the ocean one gets from this landmark of the city.
50. Old City Hall: Established in the British Era, this place is mostly vacant now and is not maintained well now. But you can witness some great evidence of that age here like in the basement you can see old trucks and old equipment of the municipality, mahogany stairs and some great waxworks on the second floor.
51. Lotus Tower: Still under construction, this building is going to emerge as the second tallest structure of South Asia. This building is being made in the shape of a lotus and will be used for observation, communication and leisure activities. Throughout the entire Colombo, this building will be visible.
52. Bellanwila Rajamaha Viharaya: This famous Buddhist temple is mainly renowned for the annual EsalaPerehera festival. People come here to worship the Bo tree which is assumed to be one of the initial offshoots of Jaya Sri Maha Bodhi.
53. Diyawanna Lake: Sri Lanka tourist places include this beautiful lake for the artificial island and the DivyathaUyanapark. Also known as Parliament Lake, the Parliament building of Sri Lanka was built on the artificial island made at the centre of the lake.
54. Bally's Casino: Bally’s casino is regarded as one of the best casinos in Sri Lanka. Unlike most of the other casinos of this country, here you can get excellent service, friendly staffs, cheap hooker and top-notch entertainment.
55. Water World Lanka: This is a public aquarium and this is the only such aquarium of Sri Lanka. It has 500 kinds of fishes in its diverse collection. Located on the banks of Kelani River, this place is absolutely beautiful.
56. Beddagana Wetland Park: This wetland park is the home for so many endemic birds and other species of fauna like dragonflies, butterflies,and mammals. Also, it gives shelter to migrant birds.
57. Shri Ponnambalawaneswaram Kovil: This is one of the most renowned Hindu Temples of the country. Though the area is small, the beautiful construction with granite stones attracts so many people. The temple transforms into a colourful one during the festival of Pongal celebrated annually in the temple in the month of January mostly.
Places to Visit in Kandy:-
58. Kandy Clock Tower: Kandy Clock Tower was built at the heart of the city by Haji Mohammad Ismail in 1950 in the loving memory of his son Mohammed Zacky Ismail who passed away prematurely in an accident. This monument is a landmark of the city.
59. Commonwealth War Cemetery: This military Cemetry was built up in the memory of the British soldiers who gave their lives while fighting in the World War 1 and World War 2.
60. Millennium Elephant Foundation: This is actually non-government welfare organization dedicated to take care, save and protect the domestic elephants of Sri Lanka. Here you can have an elephant ride and can have an elephant walk experience.
61. Embekka Dewalaya: Mahasen and DevathaBandara is worshipped in this temple built by the King Vikramabhu. This temple is divided into three parts named as- Digge or Dancing Hall, Sanctum of Garagha and HelisiMandapaya or Drummers’ Hall. The last one is famous for the high pitched roof and the excellent cravings made of wood.
62. British Garrison Cemetery: Also known as Kandy Garrison Cemetry, this cemetery was mainly built to bury the people dies in Ceylon belonging to Britain. The main causes of death were tropical diseases like cholera and malaria.
63. Take a Walk around Kandy Lake: Kandy Lake or the Sea of Milk is one of the beautiful places to visit in Sri Lanka. So many folklores popular regarding this artificial lake which is now banned for fishing and is protected as it is becoming smaller in size day by day.
64. Kandy View Point: To have the best view of the whole city, climb up the hill which is thereby the Kandy Lake and reach this viewpoint. Enjoy the unobstructed view of the rivers, the parks and the city as a whole fully from this point.
65. Wales Park: This Lake is known by so many names like Royal Palace Park, Wace Park, Rajawasala park along with the name Wales park. This is a little lake located on a small hill at the centre of the city.
66. White Water Rafting in Kitugala: If you are looking for Sri Lanka tourist places which are adventurous, visit the jungles of Kitulgala. Inside this jungle, you can experience white water rafting.
67. Unawatuna Beach:
Unawatuna is a coastal town in Galle is mainly popular for the serene beach and the corals. This beach is one of the most beautiful places to visit in Sri Lanka.
68. National Museum of Galle: In the oldest Dutch Building of the Galle Fort, this national museum is located. This museum divided into three galleries exhibits the culture and tradition of Portuguese, British, and Dutch and of course the Sri Lankan culture and traditions through several archaeological evidence.
69. Japanese Peace Pagoda: This pagoda was built up to strengthen the relationship between Japan and Sri Lanka. This is a serene and peaceful religious place ideal for the Buddhists to worship.
70. Galle Lighthouse: This 24.5 meters high light station was built by the British is the oldest light station of Sri Lanka.From here you can get the full view of the ships which enter the Galle Harbor.
71. Rumassala Sanctuary: This place has some mythological evidence. According to Ramayana, Hanumantha dropped a piece of Himalayan Mountain here. At present, you can various herbal plants in this sanctuary.
72. Pitiwella Beach: Pitiwella Beach is the perfect place to relax and to have some peaceful time. You can hear the sound of the waves even from the hotel room. As they are very near to the sea.
Places to Visit in Nuwara Eliya:-
73. Hakgala Botanical Garden: Hakgala Botanical Garden, one of the most popular Sri Lanka tourist places is the second largest garden of Sri Lanka. Because of the altitude, this garden has a cool climate almost throughout the year.
74. Seetha Amman Temple: According to the Hindu epic Ramayana, it is assumed that Sita was made captive by king Ravana here and she used to pray for Rama’s arrival to rescue her.
75. Mountaineering at Pidurutalagala: Pidurutalagala is the highest mountain of Sri Lanka. From here one can have the view of Adam’s Peak, Agra Range, Horton Plains, Chronicle Hill, The second highest peak Kirigalpotta, third highest peak Thotapla, Ambewala area etc.
76. Devon Falls: Devon was a pioneer English coffee planter and his field of plants used to be there near the falls. Devon Falls have been named after him.
77. Galway's Land National Park: This Park has been declared as wildlife sanctuary in 1938. It is a very significant birding sites and provides shelter to twenty migrant bird species and thirty native species.
78. Nuwara Eliya Golf Club: This golf club is situated above the sea level at 1830 meters altitude. It consists of 18 holes, par 17 layouts, and 6075 yards.
79. Aberdeen Falls: This picturesque waterfall is named after the third largest city of Scotland, Aberdeen. It is also the capital of Aberdeenshire. A big stone complex covers this beautiful waterfall. This has achieved the 18th rank as the highest waterfall on this island.
80. Victoria Park, Nuwara Eliya: Originally used the research field by the Hakgala Botanical Garden it has been named after Queen Victoria. NanuOyariver which runs through Victoria Park has created numerous small lakes in the park. Also, some rare birds take shelter in this park.
81. Lover's Leap Waterfall: This is the incipient of Sri Lanka’s highest mountain, Piduruthalagala’s brooks, and streams. Over hard granite ledges the water flows and at the end, it is collected in a tank. Then the water is used for drinking.
82. Pedro Tea Factory: If you are keen to learn the procedure of tea production and the effect of the tea production upon the economy of Sri Lanka, visit the Tea Plantation and the Pedro Tea Factory.
83. Bomburu Ella: Perawella Falls or Bomburu Ella is a waterfall located at Uva-Paranagama. This is the widest waterfall of this country. Also, several grouped waterfalls are included in this.
84. Moon Plains: From this place, you can have the 360-degree view of the mountain range which is stunning. Used mainly for potato farming, you can also have a view of the wildlife here such as a moose.
85. Walk to Single Tree Hill: Through the path surrounded by the fenced compounds you can reach the hill from where you can enjoy the wonderful view of the racetrack, the town, Gregory Lake and the hills.
86. Piduruthalagala Forest Reserve: In Nuwara Eliya, Piduruthalagala Forest reserve is located. To have the best holiday, include this place as well as the road trip tool of Nuwara Eliya.
Places to Visit in Negombo:-
87. Fishing at Negombo Lagoon: If you love fishing Negombo Lagoon is the ideal place to visit for you. Negombo Lagoon is the home for 140 species of fishes, crabs, and prawns and it includes migrant species like trevallies, snappers, and groupers. This is inhabited by fishes like Indian Mackerel, Jackfish, Barracuda, tuna as well.
88. Angurukaramulla Temple: This temple is a quiet place full of splendid statues and pictures. This place is among the best places to visit in Sri Lanka because of the wonderful carvings and the big mouth of the dragon through which you have to enter the temple.
89. Guruge Nature Park: In Sri Lanka, Guruge nature park is the first theme park. This park offers great amusement water fun and added to that there is a great history which traces the life of Sri Lanka of 547 B.C.
90. Mayan Water Park: This is the oldest part of this kind in Sri Lanka. Kids can learn the rich history of Sri Lanka through different exciting activities. There is also a Jurassic Park and a King’s Tower.
91. Browns Beach, Negombo: If you love swimming and surfing then you must visit this beach. The excellent stretch of sand is surely going to make your holiday perfect.
Places to Visit in Bentota:-
92. KandeViharaya Temple: KandeVihara is very important Buddhist Temple situated in Kalutara District of Sri Lanka. It is located on a top of a hill. This has been declared as an archaeological site by the government of Sri Lanka.
93. Barberyn Island: Barberyn Island is one of the major Sri Lanka tourist places. The main attraction of this island is the lighthouse which is 112 ft high and it is made of granite.
94. Brief Garden, by Bevis Bawa: Enter this serene and quiet place through the paddy fields, down the country lanes. Then you will find the gate of the garden where two statues are placed surrounded by flower pots for hats.
95. Moragalla Beach: Moragalla beach is located in between Bentota beach and Beruwala beach. This is the heaven for the regular beachgoers who love to have a holiday on the secluded beach.
96. Diyakawa Water Sports Centre: For the people who want to have some adventure, divyakawa water sports centre is the ideal place. Here you can indulge yourself in water sports like deep sea fishing, snorkelling, windsurfing, scuba diving, canoeing etc.
Places to Visit in Sigiriya:-
97. Minneriya National Park: This area was declared as a national park in 197. To make the catchment of minneriya tank which has historical significance prohibited, they declared it as a national park. This park also provides shelter to elephants during dry seasons.
98. Hike to Pidurangala Rock: You can have the best view of the sunrise from this rock. It may not have any historical importance, it is replete with natural beauty and also there is a temple on the rock.
99. Sarath Safari Sigiriya: Watch the animals of this jungle riding in a jeep and have an experience of a lifetime. The jeep safari is provided by the government.
100. The peak of the Sigiriya: Situated in the central Matale district, Sigiriya the ancient palace is a UNESCO heritage site. This place is one of the important places to visit in Sri Lanka because of the beautiful gardens, frescos and a whole lot of stairs. To reach the peak of Sigiriya, you have to climb 1200 steps.
101. Sigiriya Lion Rock: Sigiriya Lion Rock is an ancient rock fortress which is associated with some archaeological and historical significance. As per Culavamsa, a Sri Lankan chronicle, this place was selected as the capital by King Kasyapa and later on his death it was abandoned.