Sri Lanka - Some Places and Spaces to visit on the Island.




Mirissa Sri Lanka is a beautiful south coastal spot that gives you sunrise and sunset views. You can surf, find culture, amazing food, and parties on the beach. Be sure to jump in the ocean and hike the rocks and catch these angles while you’re there. You can also find whale watching, snorkel with sea turtles, and experience black sand.



Tree house accommodations on the east coast. The hospitality in Sri Lanka is incredible - you don’t have to be in a 5-star hotel to experience it. There are a number of funky places to stay while visiting paradise.



This is a view from Elephant Rock near Arugam Bay. It’s a bit of a climb but a lot of fun and if you’re into surfing - a great place to check out on the east coast.



The Japanese Peace Temple near Unawatuna, Sri Lanka.



Ancient Rock Temple (Mulkirigala Raja Mama Vihara) is literally a temple made in and around a massive natural rock structure.


Spa Ceylon is defined as luxury Ayurvedic and has a chain of spas and stores. A great brand to try out if you’re looking to relax and restore.



Park Street Mews is cute cobble stone area in the heart of Colombo with eclectic eats like Sushi, French Cuisine, and Tapas. There is also some awesome mural art to see.



Galle Fort is a crucial view into when the Dutch ruled Ceylon. You’ll find old European influenced architecture, historical vibes, great food and lots to experience.



This is a part of the train ride from Colombo to Ella. If you can handle a bumpy, seemingly tipsy, curvy, and crowded train ride experience for a couple hours - the views and tunnels are like no other.



Art galleries are throughout the island. This is a photo taken outside of one where they have a gorgeous garden and serene vibe.



The National Museum has over 5 galleries and takes you through the history of Sri Lanka from pre-colonialism to Portuguese, Dutch, and British rule.