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Unexplored places in Turkey.

  1.Bursa Bursa, Turkey’s fourth-largest city, is located in Anatolia at the foot of Mount Uludag, which is shrouded in mystery and legends. Bursa was the first capital of the Ottoman Empire from 1326 to 1363. It is a large city in northwest Turkey, lying in the foothills of roughly 2,500m-high Mount Uludag near the Sea of Marmara. The city is known for its mosques and historical sites from the early Ottoman Empire. It's nicknamed "Yeşil Bursa" (Green Bursa), owing to its many parks and trees, as well as its dramatic mountain backdrop.  Bursa is famous for its silk market and gorgeous silk products. Add to this the Green Mosque, the origin of Turkey’s shadow theater, the original Iskender Kebab, and plenty of parks and green spaces which also gave Bursa the name Green Bursa, and you’ll see why this is one of my favorite places in Turkey to visit, and why you should go, too. 2.Amasya Amasya  is one of the provinces in Central Anatolia of Turkey which is distinct both with



Air Tickets: The round trip flight tickets can cost 270$.

Stay: Colombo Sea view hostel, Colombo city hostel and so on are dormitory style accommodations that starts for 8$ night. Similarly in other places like Kandy, Bentota and so on, hotel rooms can range from 15$ onwards per night

Places To Eat: Ceylon Tea Moments in Colombo is one of the top choices which offers a huge menu within the range of 2$ to 7$; A classic Sri Lankan meal of fish curry in local markets can cost you less than 2$.
Suggested Duration: 5 Days and 4 Nights
Travel Calculation: Approx. 500$
Interesting Tips: “Aa-yu-bo-wan” is hello in the local language. Traveling on public transport such as buses and train is usually the choice which is both crowded as well as cheap!
Best time to visit: December to March for west coast, April-Septmeber for east coast

1. Colombo

Gateway to the wonder of Sri Lanka, boasts a rich colonial heritage, featuring a melting pot of races, religions and cultures.  A city of contrasts, it is both an eclectic mix of shiny hotels and swanky office blocks, neighbouring beautiful red-tiled colonial-era buildings. Sprawling bustling street markets brim with fragrant spices, colourful silks, cottons and fresh fruit and vegetables. Discover Colombo’s multi-ethnic legacy with churches, mosques and temples congregating on the same streets, and delve into iconic sites including Fort Station, the Red Mosque, and the Khan clock tower. Plunge into Colombo’s enticing street food scene, eat like a local, and immerse yourself in the sights, sounds and aromas of the whirling Pettah Bazaar. This seaside city offers a plethora of exciting adventures, experiences and places to visit. Delight in an exhilarating tuk tuk ride around the city, relish high tea at a magnificent colonial style hotel overlooking the azure ocean, and play a round of golf on scenic green courses. 

2. Udawalawe National Park

Udawalawe National Park is a sprawling lowland park that covers an area of 76,160 acres (30,821 hectares). Come here for one of the best places in Sri Lanka to observe Asian elephants in their natural habitat. Look for deer, wild cats and water buffalo as well. Udawalawe National Park was established to protect the wildlife that depends on the water from the Udawalawe Reservoir. It consists of lightly vegetated vast grasslands located in the shadow of the Hill Country’s tea plantations and escarpment.

The park’s undisputed main attractions are the more than 400 elephants that roam freely between the stark landscapes and reservoir. Other mammals include buffalo, macaque, sambar deer, Sri Lankan leopard and wild boar. Sightings of crocodile and sloth bear are also common. See babblers, eagles, hornbills and pelicans, among other birds.


The history of Sigiriya in Sri Lanka states that it was the canny King Kasyapa in the 3rd century who realized the rock’s potential for deterring unwanted visitors and enemies and hence decided to build his fortress there.
The structuring of the city began at the earliest and was soon a fortress. It was a city which included a citadel, two main palaces (the upper and the lower), gardens, waterways and the famed mirror wall as well as the massive lion’s gateway. It was, in fact, the huge big lion door that the commissioned, which gave the rock its moniker- Sinhagiri in Sinhalese, and in other words the Lion Rock. However unfortunate it might be, after the demise of the king, the palace was abandoned until the Buddhists came over like angels from heaven and inhabited it by converting it into a monastery till the very end of the 14th century.


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