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Sri Lanka, a land like no other ! That is Sri Lanka's exciting marketing slogan. And yes, they are so very right! Just watch the real Sri Lanka in 60 minutes - a fast rush through indeed, a land like no other.
Tsunami in Sri Lanka. See the aftermath on three videos and listen to survivors, who were in jeopardy.
See the famous Kandyan Dance and the Fire Dancers up in Kandy.
See Sri Lankan Wildlife like a milipede, caterpillar and Monitor Lizard inside this funky animal clip.
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Ayurveda is big in Sri Lanka and here is an introduction by a famous doctor.
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Young Fashion Designers from Sri Lanka are seeking new markets backed up by a hungry textile industry.
A Negombo Beach party sponsored by Carlsberg
Elephant Parade in Kandy, Sri Lanka
The famous Unawatuna Beach was brought back by a company from Belgium.
A crazy story from Sri Lanka with photos and videos
The busy capital of Sri Lanka is Colombo, which offers a lot.
Story and photos
Beautiful Kandy calls itself the cultural center of Sri Lanka.
Photos and story
Mahinda Rajapaksa, is the former President of Sri Lanka, who is still very popular among many Sri Lankans since he has won the war against the Tamil Tigers. But now he got voted out
This video shows Mahinda Rajapakse back in 2005 at the Kandy Sports Club.
Kandy sunsets are extremely special and beautiful.
Sri Lankan Jungle vibes with a great House track from Miami Reggae Star Carl McDonald.
Haputale Love is a magic morning in the tea mountains where the days begin early for Tamils and Muslims.
Follow the once happy dog Sri Lankan guest house dog Milkshake having a wonderful time on Unawatuna beach. She survived the Tsunami, but not some careless tourists, who enticed her to mingle on busy Galle Road.
Over 100 Elephants, dancers, drummers and a complete regional ban on liqueur are other aspects of the Perehare.