Tap water in Sri Lanka is not drinkable so it is advised that travellers keep a reusable water bottle with them and fill it up with purified water whenever they can.
Along with eating at restaurants, travellers should also try out street food in Sri Lanka which is unique and delicious in its own way.
Sri Lanka isn’t a very big party destination and as such the number of pubs, places to drink and clubs are lesser than other beach destinations. The country isn’t very big on nightlife either.
Travelling around the cities is best done in tuk tuks which are quick and cheap.
Travellers who wish to take the train ride from Kandy to Ella need to have their tickets for the same booked beforehand as the demand for the train ride is usually quite high.
When visiting Sigiriya, it is advised that tourists reach the place early to avoid the long lines and thronging crowds.
When visiting temples is it better to wear slippers or flip flops as they will have to be taken off before entering the temples.