Srilanka is also one of the three largest tea producing countries in the world, so the domestic economy is deeply affected by the tea production situation. It is a gem-rich island, the world’s top five gem-producing countries, and is known as the “jewel island”. Therefore, in the early stage of the economy, the mining industry has given it many advantages in its initial development. Rubies, sapphires and cat’s eyes are the most famous. It is currently the only South Asian country rated “high” in the Human Development Index.
Sri Lanka has only the rainy season and the dry season. During the rainy season, it is the off-season for tourism in Sri Lanka. Although the rainy season, the amount of precipitation is not much, there will be showers from time to time every day. At this time, the sea is high tide and the wind and waves are very strong, so the sea is not clear, especially on rainy days. But this also has advantages.
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Tourist attractions in Srilanka are scarce and prices are relatively low. From December to March of the following year, many European travelers visit hidden places in Sri Lanka to spend the winter, especially between Christmas and New Year’s Day, which is the peak tourist season. Hotel reservations are tight at this time. In addition, July-August is the local Buddha Tooth Festival, which is also quite lively. People always look forward to winter in the scorching heat to see the natural beauty of Srilanka, and yearning for the warmth in the severe cold. Then, going to Sri Lanka in the autumn and winter is perfect. From December to March of the following year, many Europeans go to Sri Lanka to spend the winter, celebrating Christmas and New Year’s Eve by the way. I’ve listed top Sri Lanka attractions and uncommon places to visit in Srilanka.
Top Ten Must Visit Sri lanka attractions
9. Nuwara Eliya