Tourist attractions are beautiful, but Tutu drivers can run far if they bargain about 200 rupees at random. Some drivers can run thousands of rupees without marking their watches. They pit Chinese and good drivers can speak Chinese. Some of them also recommend places to buy gemstones and tea. Don't go. They have commissions, they collude with their bosses and buy things much more expensive. Say Metter, ask him to type a watch, or tell him how much money the destination tells him.
Galerphis Green Square is Colombo's busiest and busiest business district. It has a large area and is surrounded by large shopping malls and restaurants. Every night when night falls, there will be bright and lively lights, which is the best place for Colombo's nightlife.
Although not comparable to Meressa's beach, it is indeed a great place to watch the sunset. Many local people are here to play. For the first time, they are busy construction workers who are watching the sunset so closely. Life still needs to know what they want most.
I like it best here. There are many local people coming to fly kites and eat snacks in the evening. You will meet all kinds of people, enthusiastic and lovely girls, shy local teenagers who want to talk to you, strict Muslims who cover them, and tall and handsome policemen who are patrolling constitute the daily scenery of Colombo. The sunset on the beach is beautiful and the sunset is breathtaking.
Galerphis Green Square is the best scenic spot in Colombo. It is near the sea and has a pleasant view. In the past, the Dutch built breakwaters and fortresses here. Later, the British built racetracks and stadiums. Now it's a place for people to relax and talk to their lover. I like the natural and cultural scenery here. ?
It can only be said that the sunset here is so beautiful, but it only lasts a few minutes. Green space itself is not so good, it is equivalent to a large grassland in China, there will be barbecue and so on in the evening, the taste is good and not too expensive. It's better to come in the evening and have a seafood barbecue after sunset.
It's worth visiting. It's equivalent to a seaside park. Many local people come here to play. Some big families come here. There are many children. Some couples of young men and women play football and fly kites. They love each other very much. Many people play on the beach and lie on it. But there's no Bikiniha. Ordinary people just have a lot of waves on the beach. There are fruit sellers, snack ice cream, snacks, toys and so on. I spent 100 rupees to buy a big mango, a 100, aunt will help cut, taste good, snacks feel unsanitary did not buy. It took 200 roubles to buy a kite to fly, and then finished playing with the children beside it. They were very happy. Ice cream was 55 rupees. In short, I only brought 1,000 rupees here and felt rich!
As we continued to walk along the seaside avenue, we saw the Galerphis Green Square. This green square is very interesting. The wide square is real, but the green space has its name in vain. There are sparse lawns on the vast open ground. After all, it's a beach on the beach. It doesn't seem to be suitable for the growth of green grass. The Indian Ocean sea breeze whipped the waves and beat the banks. In addition to tourists from all over the world, there are many local people on the walkways along the seashore, and most of them are lovers who talk about love. We walked along the coastal scenic walkway until we reached a viewing platform stretching out of the Indian Ocean, which should be our first close contact with the Indian Ocean. It is also the center of the Green Square, where there are more food vendors and more commodity vendors, especially young people who travel or sit next to their families.
Galle Castle is worth visiting. It's beautiful. It's near the sea.
A pleasant seaside avenue, located in the heart of Colombo's financial and business district, stretches half a kilometer along the Indian Ocean coast and is a good place to see sunset. At present, it covers an area of 5 hectares and is the largest open space in Colombo. It is a place for local people to jog, walk, fly kites and other leisure and recreational activities. Galefith Greenbelt was pioneered in 1859 by Sir Henry Ward, then Governor of British Ceylon, as a racetrack and golf course, initially much larger than today.