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In this issue

The transformation, over four decades, of an abandoned rubber plantation into a garden that celebrates Nature, has to be seen to be believed.

An exploration of the architectural, historical, religious and cultural significance of the National Basilica, Tewatte.

Delicious treats like bibikkan and king coconut wine, give Christmas in Sri Lanka an exotic glow.

Over the centuries people have referred to Rome as the Eternal City because it has always been there, playing a major role in the history and culture, not only of Italy, but also of Europe.

The bright white statue of a woman stood upon the rock – a picture of regal poise. Its artist surely intended to portray a stately courage inspired by legend and lore.

A land of blazing skies, hot, spicy meals and simmering brews calls for something with which to beat the heat.

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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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