NTG: Panayam kay incoming Tourism Secretary Wanda Corazon Teo

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NTG: Panayam kay incoming Tourism Secretary Wanda Corazon Teo

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10 Cities Seen in this Video:

Colombo – Capital of Sri Lanka.

Anuradhapura – Ancient capitals of Sri Lanka, known for its well-preserved ruins of ancient Sri Lankan civilization.

Sigiriya – Ancient royal palace abandoned after the king’s death. “The Lion Rock” is the most visited historic site in Sri Lanka.

Dambulla – “The Golden Temple of Dambulla” is the largest and best-preserved cave temple in Sri Lanka with over five caves of statues and paintings relating to Gautama Buddha and his life.

Minneriya – “Elephant Gathering” where hundreds of Sri Lankan elephants are attracted to the park’s forest where they benefit from food and shelter.

Kandy – home of “The Temple of the Tooth Relic” (Sri Dalada Maligawa), one of the most sacred places of worship in the Buddhist world.

Nuwara Eliya – City in the hill country of the Central Province, surrounded by lush green hills and tea plantations.

Passikuda – Located in the East of the island. The beautiful shores of Passikudah’s Bay is truly magnificent and one of the calmest stretches of coastline.

Hikkaduwa – Located in the South coast, reputed as the second best surfing spot in Sri Lanka

Unawatuna – Coastal town and a major tourist attraction in Sri Lanka, famous for its beautiful beach and corals.

Yala – Most visited national park in Sri Lanka located in the Southern Province. Best known for its variety of wild animals, including leopards, elephants, and aquatic birds.

Shot, Edited, and Produced By:
Marisch Perera

Audio Credit:
Carbon Copy Beats – “Firestone” Instrumental