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Province de l'Ouest : les meilleures activités

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History Museum
“Artefacts from the early history of Sri Lanka mostly Buddhist culture are exhibited.”
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“Beautiful National park with an Open Theatre. Great place to relax or walk around.”
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Restaurant asiatique
“The National Zoological Gardens, Dehiwala – more commonly called Colombo Zoo – has a long history. In the early years of the 20th century, John Hagenbeck, brother of the famous animal trainer, Carl Hagenbeck had established the Ceylon Zoological Gardens as a company at Dehiwala. The 11-acre plot of land was used by the Hagenbecks as a collecting depot for captured wild animals destined for the Zoos of Europe. However, the company was bankrupt in 1936 and was purchased by the Government. Initially the Zoo came under the purview of the Government Agent of Colombo and was headed by a Superintendent. When it was made an autonomous department in 1946, the main aim was to satisfy people’s curiosity and thus the Zoo was more focused on entertainment rather than conservation.”
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“Gall ace green is just opposite to the Gall face hotel where you can have an evening walk.”
17 habitants locaux recommandent
Clothing Store
“Retail store open daily from 10am-9pm, within walking distance with restaurants as well”
23 habitants locaux recommandent
Buddhist Temple
“You can see lots of lord Buddha's statues and historical things, In this temple”
33 habitants locaux recommandent
Buddhist Temple
“The Kelaniya Raja Maha Vihara or Kelaniya Temple is a Buddhist temple in Kelaniya, Sri Lanka, seven miles from Colombo. The Chief Incumbent (Chief Priest) is Venerable Professor Kollupitiye Mahinda Sangharakkhitha Thera. The temple has often been associated with the rise and fall of Ceylon / Sri Lanka, with the popular saying that as the Kelaniya temple rose, Sri Lanka rose and as it fell, the country and its administration fell. It has thus had a deep association with the political powers of the country. ”
10 habitants locaux recommandent
“Diyatha Uyana is situated facing Diyawanna Oya. Relaxing place. Footpaths are available. Food counters are also there. Good to visit during the evening.”
21 habitants locaux recommandent
“The official City park of Colombo, worth a visit if you want to squeeze in a few bits of nature and fresh air.”
5 habitants locaux recommandent
“It is a beautiful story about British governor's love life with a local dancer. The tunnel and underground bedroom they used to secretly meet is still intact. The story is depicted by beautiful paintings on the wall. Worth watching. All this is free, no entrance fee. This place also owns a picturesque private beach which is bonus. Private beaches are very rare in the world! ”
21 habitants locaux recommandent
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Centre commercial
“Restaurants, shops, souvenir , the Dutch Hospital precinct has it all. Best time to visit will be early evening or dinner time.”
27 habitants locaux recommandent
Centre commercial
“phones, Phone SIMS, stationary, tea, essentials , clothes, shoes, jewellery, sports, games, gifts”
12 habitants locaux recommandent
“One of Colombo's best places for picking up local crafts and distinctly Sri Lankan produce.”
30 habitants locaux recommandent
Monument / Point de repère
“The most iconic site in Colombo, Independence Memorial Hall is a national monument in Sri Lanka built for the commemoration of the independence of Sri Lanka from the British rule.”
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