Food Trucks in Sri Lanka

Food Trucks in Sri Lanka Food trucks are a popular trend in Sri Lanka, offering a variety of delicious and convenient street food options. From Sri Lankan classics to international cuisine, there’s a food truck for everyone. In this article, we’ll explore the top 15 most popular food trucks in Sri Lanka, along with their […]

Local Book Shops with Cafés for the Travelling Bookworm

Local Book Shops with Cafés for the Travelling Bookworm Sri Lanka is a country that’s rich in history, culture, and literature. From the bustling capital city of Colombo to the charming coastal town of Galle, many bookshops with cafes offer a unique and enjoyable experience for book lovers and foodies alike. Barefoot Garden Cafe and […]

The Sabaragamuwa Tradition Of Dance

The Sabaragamuwa Tradition Of Dance The dances are usually performed in Ratnapura, relating to worshipping God Saman, who is much revered by local people. There are 32 main dances in Sabaragamuwa Style. The Sabaragamuwa dance style by its geographical location has taken from both Low-Country and Kandyan dance styles. Sabaragamu is based on the ritual […]

Sri Lankan Gypsy people

Sri Lankan Gypsy people It is believed that they can’t stay in one place for more than seven days that’s why they are known as the “Ahikuntikas” in Sri Lanka. Sri Lankan Gypsy people are an ethnic group from Sri Lanka who trace their origins in India (Telugu areas of present Telugu land) centuries ago. […]

The Veddas of Sri Lanka

The Veddas of Sri Lanka   The Veddas are Sri Lanka’s indigenous people. or as they call themselves, the Wanniya-laeto or the Forest Dwellers. Once a proud and independent people, they are now often reduced to tourist attractions. In the face of encroaching influences from the outside world, they are struggling to preserve their traditions […]

Kaffirs of Sri Lanka

Kaffirs of Sri Lanka African Sri Lankans, mainly the Sri Lanka Kaffirs, are a very small Ethnic group in Sri Lanka who are descendants of African mercenaries, musicians, and labourers taken to what is now Sri Lanka by Portuguese colonists during the period of Portuguese colonial rule on the island. There are currently around 1000 […]