Wattala (Sinhalese: වත්තල) is a large suburb of Colombo city, in Western Province, Sri Lanka, situated around 9km from Colombo city centre. This suburb is situated on A3 highway from Colombo to Negombo. Around Wattala, there are many villages and towns.
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5 based on 70 reviews
we are a small, independent tour company which specializes in driving small groups on private guided tours around Sri Lanka. You will be treated to a unique Sri Lanka tour experience like no other with our experience and personalized service such as. # Culture Tours to Sri Lanka # Day Tours # Family holidays # Adventure trips # Wildlife Safaris
I can higly recommand Jally’s facilities! He’s very professionnal, reactiv, attentionned for a full tailor made trip, discret, very kind, and always smiling. He can handle every situation to be sure that your holiday will be the best. You can trust him, he knows all the shortcuts, the good tips, the best prices, just let him guide you and share his knowledge.
Wonderfull time with Jally. Thank you very much you improved our stay !
5 based on 1 reviews
Its your holiday. Decide what you want, and we will put together the perfect itinerary, book all the hotels, buy tickets and take you everywhere so that your trip is full of experiences and free of trouble.
We were suggested to travel with Jally after friend and their parents as well had a really positive experience while traveling with Jally tours. The same can be said for us. He travelled with us throughout Sri Lanka for 20 days. Most of the trip was planned at home and Yally took care of some of the guesthouses, which were excellent. Some of them took us to the prettiest vistas in Sri Lanka. About half of them were booked by ourself online, which was no problem at all.
Jally proved to be an excellent tour guide with a wealth of knowledge about the country, but also about its traditions and its wildlife. He actually was a valuable addition to the two Safaris we made. He had a great eye for spotting wildlife and was able to explain about the animals as well.
Also the restaurant suggestions along the trip were always spot on, with good quality food for a fair prices. During the trip Yally always tried to arrange the best experience for us. That could be suggestions for a rafting trip, or a out of this world Ayurvedic spa treatment.
Very important also, Yally is an excellent driver in the chaotic Sri Lankan traffic, we never felt unsafe in the car.
We can only highly recommend planning a Sri Lankan tour with Yally. 100% trustworthy and a safe tour operator which really tries to offer you the best holiday possible.
4 based on 1 reviews
The people there were realy nice. They shaw as the place around and they gave us so many infomations about the turtles. We could touch the turtles and even hold them in our hands. Above all the money that you pay for the ticket goes for a good perpose, to preserve an animal speace
4.5 based on 515 reviews
The Kelaniya Raja Maha Vihara is one of many 'must see' places for anyone interested in the Buddhist Temples of the island. Its history goes back to before 500 BCE and the third visit of Lord Buddha to Sri lanka. It has important paintings relating to the life of The Buddha, It is also famous for its wonderful image of the reclining Buddha. It is believed that the original Stupa enshrined a throne of gems upon which Lord Buddha sat. The place is tranquil and a huge privilege and pleasure to see.
4.5 based on 229 reviews
All of the christian churches in Colombo seem to be plain affairs with little interest to tourists. St Anthony’s actually had a lot of people in it singing, which was nice until an old woman started literally chasing me to try to get me to buy prayer offerings. I guess the Buddhism has rubbed off on them.
4 based on 643 reviews
I was stunned by seeing this Independence square architecture. So perfectly it’s build, it gives us the feeling that we are in some other country all together. And I must admit it’s so well maintained and clean. It’s a must visit place in Colombo. Garden is lush green and from whichever angle we click pictures it comes out perfect
4.5 based on 144 reviews
R. Premadasa International Cricket Stadium, popularly known as the Premadasa Stadium is a cricket stadium on Khettarama Road in Colombo. This Cricket ground is one of the iconic places in Sri Lanka for Cricket lovers. It is the largest stadium in Sri Lanka with its capacity of 35,000 spectators. You may visit the stadium if you are in Colombo and of course, if you are a cricket lover.
4 based on 277 reviews
great colors and architecture, friendly people, busy and lively area, beautiful place of worship
as a lady I was not allowed to walk further than the entrance hall, no parking around, very busy and hectic streets around it, narrow streets so that the complete mosque was not really seeable from outside
4 based on 2 reviews
Walked to this temple from our hotel via Seema Malaka Temple which is just across the road from this one. We paid at the first temple (150 each) and it included visiting this one as well.
On arriving you have to walk around without your shoes so would advice to carry some socks with you as some of the floors can get quite hot! If you are not dressed correctly then they will give some cloths to cover yourself up with.
The route is numbered so can't get lost and we found it was a mixture of temple and museum artefacts! We did ask someone what all the museum bits were about and was told they were ancient relics!! Don't think so when we saw a boom box and also two toy tornado airplanes on display! At the end of the tour there is a car museum which consists of about 8 cars which are from the British era .
There are a few temple bits to see and The Praying Tree is worth seeing. Enjoyed what I saw and past a couple of hours or so!
4 based on 569 reviews
In the hustle and bustle of a very busy city this park offers a welcome break, bursting with gorgeous foliage, pelicans, stalks and flying foxes I really enjoyed just sitting around here for a few hours and watching the locals enjoying their day. Would 100% recommend spending a bit of time here whilst in the city. It will remain my favourite part!
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