Located in Colombo, Sri Lanka, a high value and cost-effective niche specialty hotel, declined to smash the street hype network red hotel.
Specialty hotels in Sri Lanka tend to be more like a homestay. Only the price of a homestay can enjoy the high-end hotel-style services of owner, butler, breakfast, etc., and can better penetrate the local customs.
The highest value in the journey and the highest level of compulsion is the special private hotel called Annthma that we live in Colombo on New Year's Day.
The owner of the hotel is a young woman. According to her, the hotel was designed entirely by her mother. Its no exaggeration to describe this private hotel with stunning. Its amazing to just take a picture of the camera and forget about it. The shopping bags with souvenirs are all in the hotel until you leave. The hotel is hidden in the "grass" on the side of the road about 15 minutes drive from the city center. There are less than 10 rooms in total, but there are many restaurants, gardens, swimming pools, fish ponds and halls. The arrangement is clear. The design, color scheme, layout and style of each room are different, and the breakfast is very hearty and delicious. The entire hotel is exquisite to every detail, showing the designer's intentions.
It is a train that many people come to, and is the prototype of a scene in "Spirited Away" by Grandpa Miyazaki. In the past few days, the weather in Sri Lanka began to cloud in the bright afternoon, as if the sky was under pressure, and the waves on the beach were particularly high. I can't squeeze this small train in Sri Lanka, then I can only take a picture. On the speeding train, the Sri Lankan people can still wave with us and don't want to leave the country.
God's tears, Ceylon smile, here is Sri Lanka. Everyone here meets a smile, and when they see you lift the camera, they will show the most sincere smile in the corner of their mouth. Basically tell them that they can take pictures? No one will reject you, except for very few people who are rarely shy, this is a very small probability.
In the ten days of coming to Sri Lanka, every day is accompanied by a smile.
Colombo, frankly, doesn't have the sights that must go in the traditional sense. The real attraction is the criss-crossing neighborhoods.
We, like treasure hunt, from the distant colonial period to the modernity of the day, discovering their once glorious history in front of buildings of different ages.
Whether it is Buddhism, Islam, Hinduism or Catholicism, all religions can find a place in this city and live in harmony.
Want to understand the history of this country, the Colombo National Museum is able to meet the needs of all.
If you are in a leisurely mood, go to the local restaurant to make a pot of Ceylon black tea to taste life, or go to the Independence Square to talk to the local students about the ideals. Many elements complement each other and form a historically precipitated and unmoving Colombo.