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In this issue

Hambantota is taking on a new character as an upcoming city where the rich heritage of Sri Lanka is not forgotten in its pursuit for growth.

Bound for Badulla, 290km from Colombo, the train “Little Maiden” snakes slowly up through tea-clad countryside to reach its destination.

This serendipitous tropical island has everything a sports fisherman could ever want, and all year round!

This traditional art of writing on talipot palm leaves, popularly known as ola, is preserved to this day.

Regional recipes for traditional dishes have their own distinctive styles of preparation and methods of cooking and have been largely influenced by the islanders’ diverse origins. They have now, gradually made their way to Sri Lanka’s commercial capital – Colombo.

In the heart of a remote village one of the Island’s oldest cottage industries still lives on – one that has been learned and preserved through the ages.

Explore an ancient archaeological site where the existence of civilisation in Sri Lanka during the Neolithic period was proven for the first time.

Known for years as “Toronto the Good” for its dry Sundays and its plethora of churches that once stood on every corner, the city has since grown up from its staunch Victorian-centric days.

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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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