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26 March 2024
The 10 best travel experiences in and around Galle, Ahangama and Weligama.
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15th March 2023
5 Reasons to Travel to Sri Lanka this Easter
April is one of the warmer months of the year on our island, which means guests can enjoy warm and pleasant weather, making it the perfect time for outdoor activities. In addition, many local celebrations including the Sinhala and Tamil New Year, Easter and Eid all take place during this month. Experience the cultural melting pot of Sri Lanka while you travel through our island during this time.
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10th March 2023
How Wild Animals Catch Shut-Eye
Depending on their species, habitat, and activity, wild animals sleep in a variety of ways. While some creatures sleep for extended periods of time, others simply sleep for brief intervals or never. We'll dive deeper into how wild animals sleep in this blog.
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8th March 2023
5 Reasons to Travel to Resplendent Ceylon this Eid
Experience the unique culture and traditions of Sri Lanka: Eid al-Fitr is celebrated in Sri Lanka by the Muslim community, who makes up around 10% of the population. During your visit, you can immerse yourself in the country’s diversity including visiting the Galle Fort, and experience the cultural melting pot that Sri Lanka offers.
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2nd March 2023
Spirits of Sri Lanka
Our little island has a long history in relation to spirits and alcohol. It has been consumed for many centuries in various forms. The most commonly consumed intoxicants on our island are made of arrack, toddy and beer. Here’s some insight on these spirits, and where to find them on your travels. 
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1st March 2023
Hit Disney+ Show Night Manager filmed at Cape Weligama
Resplendent Ceylon was proud to play location host to the ‘Night Manager’, a critically acclaimed TV drama where not only were scenes for the series were shot, but where renowned stars Aditya Roy Kapoor and Sobhita Dhulipala stayed during their time filming the hit show.
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24th February 2023
Colonial Galle
The City of Galle was for many centuries the capital of the Southern Province. Until about the mid twentieth century it was self-sufficient socially and economically. It had its own harbour, railway links, departmental stores, hotels, schools, a hospital, a golf course, a racecourse, and cricket esplanade.
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