Top Charms That Make Airline Tickets to Colombo Disappear Fast
Colombo, Sri Lanka’s largest city, bustles with utmost exuberance! The city bewitches its visitors with unsurpassed nature’s bounty consorting with devout spirituality, entrancing ambience, eclectic elegance and overwhelming charms. Being a dazzling cultural potpourri, the city offers a unique gastronomic adventure with a delectable range of multi-ethnic culinary delights.
Colombo leaves its visitors flabbergasted in terms of sightseeing gems that completely take over the senses! Be it remarkable wildlife, grand colonial remnants, enriching museums, shopping precincts or tranquil temples, Colombo rewards its visitors manifold! Skim through this article to know about the top 5 crowd pullers that add to the popularity of airline tickets to Colombo.
National Museum is one of the oldest museums of Sri Lanka. This enriching museum is a treasure trove of stunning exhibits including artefacts from archaeological sites all over Sri Lanka. Home to some fascinating displays like 4,000 thousand years old ancient palm leaf manuscripts and Kandyan Kings memorabilia, this museum has persuaded numerous historians to buy airline tickets to Colombo to explore a slice of the 2,500 old history of the island!
For those buying tickets to Colombo with the primary agenda of shopping, can discover that proverbial ‘shopper’s paradise’ in the Pettah! Colombo's bazaar district, the Pettah, is a treasure trove for bargain hunters willing to wander through the bustling streets dedicated to all types of merchandise, ranging from local handcrafts to haute couture. Majestic City, Liberty Plaza and Crescat are some of the compelling stops to hunt for great handicrafts and excellent tea. Stroll a bit to explore the relics of colonial era at the Dutch House Museum!
Colombo Zoo is yet another not to be missed attraction for those buying airline tickets to Colombo! This dazzling zoo features a fine collection of animals, birds, reptiles and fish from all over the world. The zoo also showcases a wonderful collection of exotic fauna of the island. Colombo Zoo features a remarkable aquarium that is a hot favourite with its overwhelming assortment of sea-life including stunning fish, fascinating mollusc and magnificent arthropods. This zoo also features a walk-through aviary, reptile enclosure and butterfly park.
The Fort is a major landmark of Colombo that marks the golden glory of Portuguese era. This historical remnant has been metamorphosed into a modern commercial centre that houses government offices, top-notch hotels and ritzy restaurants. The Fort includes various modern buildings like Ceylinco Building, the World Trade Centre and the Hilton, Galadari and Intercontinental Hotels.
Adam’s Peak is yet another legendary landmark of Colombo. This peak, towering to a height of 7,297 feet, is venerated as a place of pilgrimage for all major faiths as it bears the impressions of a foot on a rock on its summit. The mountain is worth a visit for the panoramic views of tropical forest offered from the top. The stairs up the mountainside are believed to be one of the longest in the world and offers the climbers a chance to ring the bell placed atop the peak!
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