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In this issue

There is no better time to explore and enjoy Sri Lankan cuisine than during the traditional Sinhala and Tamil New Year, when cooks around the Island bring out their traditional recipes.

Point Pedro, the island's northernmost point is rich not only with scenic beauty but also with history and a distinct culture.

Originally an ancient temple art of the Tamil Nadu region, it remains surrounded by an aura of spirituality. Today Bharatha Natyam has found a unique place for itself in Sri Lanka.

As Sri Lanka continues its bid for the 21st Commonwealth Games, to be hosted in the southern city of Hambantota, the country aims to urge all Commonwealth nations to come together in celebration.

Sri Lanka is still one of the surfing world’s secret gems, discovered by a few lucky ones who return year after year to enjoy the tropical waters.

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The inflight magazine of the national carrier, SriLankan Airlines, Serendib is a monthly publication that explores the exotic isle of Sri Lanka bringing the reader experiences of lush hilltops, adventurous escapades, idyllic beaches, vibrant culture, history, must-see local sights, cuisine and much more. It also brings insightful articles from destinations around the world each month, the latest news on SriLankan Airlines, FlySmiles promotions, annual events in Sri Lanka and monthly events from around the world. Also featured for the first time in the history of the Airline are articles in the local languages Sinhala and Tamil.

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