齐步走123St. Mary’s Church is a particularly beautiful Catholic church, and the surrounding environment is also very good. People here hold weddings. Most of them will be held here in St. Mary’s Church, which is also a local landmark historic building
suifeng2019The outskirts of this fish market are busiest from 5 to 7 am. The haggling sound is raging under the dusky lights. The so-called guides are enthusiastic about the strange and never seen seafood.
轻轻的一个蚊Negombo Beach, Sri Lanka, sailing boats are ready to go under the sunset glow. I wandered the beach and received the invitation of the fishermen to go out with the boat to fish. I thought it was a good experience, but when I saw the boat, I not only sucked my breath, this boat without cabins gave me ten guts. Don't dare to go, let alone stay overnight. I already admire the Sri Lankans who fish on stilts in the stormy waves, and I really admire the fishermen who stand on wooden poles and go fishing at night. When I was enjoying the sunset dinner on the beach, I was still thinking of the fishermen who were bravely fighting and working hard at sea. I wish them safety and return home tomorrow morning.
CHONGFUThe Dutch Canal is a canal built artificially in the early days to transport supplies to Colombo, and it is still worth seeing. People rowed leisurely in small boats, and it felt like a little Venice.
精灵背包游侠I went back to the bus station and looked for a hotel. As I was worried, I didn’t find anything. During this time, I simply went into the village coconut grove and wandered along the path. I accidentally found a small and quiet temple with an exquisite large one with a height of more than ten meters. Standing Buddha. I came across a list of hawkers selling some kind of cooked, powder-flavored bean snacks, mixed with dried chili, dried shrimp, coconut meat and bay leaves. It was a rare delicacy I saw in Lanka (a small bag of 1.1 yuan). I also repaired my pair of worn-out sneakers (5.7 yuan) in a run-down shoe repair shop. The cheerful shoe repair brother has a much better English than me. I am ashamed!
Dreamy seaside train from “Spirited Away”
Sri Lanka has been praised by many travel magazines as “the country with the most beautiful train lines in the world”. This train route from Colombo to Galle has one of the most beautiful window scenery in the world. The train travels along the blue sea as if driving in the sea. It is said to be the inspiration for the sea train in Hayao Miyazaki's "Spirited Away". Driving on this century-old railroad track, the speed of the train is not fast, and rarely exceeds 30 km/h. When the train is moving, the door is not closed. You can learn from the locals and hang by yourself on the open door, and let the sea wind blow your hair. It is a really convenient way to enjoy the scenery.
Sri Lanka is surrounded by the Indian Ocean. A visit to the beaches to relax and enjoy a few days of leisure is a must when you come to Sri Lanka. Here are 8 beaches in Sri Lanka, each with its own characteristics. You will definitely find one that is suitable for you.
The beach is very beautiful. I am buying tikes in trip.com and I see this beautiful Bech in Negombo Beach, Colombo, Sri Lanka 🇱🇰..
What a great place it was with fabulous sun set view. Everyone who wish to go srilanka must not miss chance to visit Negombo beach, especially in evening.
[Net red and niche attractions in Sri Lanka 8th ring line]
first time to Sri Lanka school sister recommended this is suitable for 8-10 day ring line ~ can be a network of red and small attractions along the way to the net.
The following is the sister-in-law to sort out several not-to-be-missed punch points/ Hh/
[Niganb: a fish market with fireworks]
We went straight to the Negombo fish market, just the sunrise, busy market, screaming, soaring seabirds, leisurely The dog is drawn into a scene of fireworks, which is very suitable for making humanities.
[Sigiriya: Elephant Orphanage]
Naturally going to the Elephant Orphanage. The group of elephants in a group is very spectacular, and along the way, you can also buy some paper products made from elephant droppings as a hand to take home.
[Kangdi: Xiaoren Rock Mountain]
The popular route of Lion Rock has long been known, so we walked a great niche route looking at Lion Rock. Although the road is very difficult, it is worthwhile to look at the spectacular scenery of Lion Rock after the summit. Looking out over Kandy Lake, night view of Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, the Royal Tropical Botanical Garden oxygen-absorbing tour is an impressive spot.
[Nuwo: Be a tea picker]
One of the world's four major black teas is Sri Lanka's Ceylon black tea. Going to Sri Lanka to visit the tea factory is one of the must-have projects. Before going to the tea factory, my sister and friends specially changed the traditional costume "Sari" bought locally.
The first stop in Sri Lanka, usually Negombo. The biggest attraction of Negombo is the famous fish market.
The sewage in the market is flowing, and the unique smell of seafood is mixed with an unknown smell. It is not very good. Groups of crows stopped on the wires and waited for the plane to fly down to eat the fish residue. There are many varieties of fish, shrimps and crabs, and hawkers and housewives are bargaining each other. The fat aunt who sells the golden coconut smiles and sees the camera lens is not awkward. There is a kind of "this silly boy. It is from the city, I have never seen the country in the world, take a shot, aunt, I see more." tolerant.
Along the way to the fishing port where the boat is quietly parked, the pink roadside church, the colorful South Indian-style temple of the Copland Gate, and finally return to the hotel. The beach in the morning was silent, and a Wang Xing person stared deeply at the sea.
Tip: The fish market is closed on Sunday, pay attention to avoid it!
Negombo, Sri Lanka, has become one of the stopovers for many tourists due to its long beaches and the convenience of Colombo Airport. Although the beach here is not the best, the sea is clean and there are not many tourists. Most of them are casual or replenishing fishing nets. The tourists are also very enthusiastic and feel very simple.
Negombo is a western port city of Sri Lanka, located on the northern shore of the Negombo Lagoon, very close to the Sri Lanka International Airport. Therefore, many visitors to Sri Lanka like to stay in this unknown place for two days before getting off the plane or boarding the plane, as the most beautiful memory when they first arrived in Sri Lanka or left.
Although Negombo is extremely quiet and backward compared to the bustling Colombo, the most eager for modern people is not the excitement and enthusiasm of the "Ten Miles", but the quiet leisure time that calms down. Away from the dust of the city, you can enjoy the primitive life of fresh air for a while, so that more and more tourists are on the streets of Negombo, but the disaster of the past few days has kept the country calm.
Walking on the soft beach, blowing the sea breeze from the Indian Ocean, basking in the warm morning sun, open the door to see the infinite sea ~
get up in the morning I went to the market and bought the noon ingredients and fruits. I prepared myself to cook. All the happy and unhappy, all disappeared. I dont need too much words. I just stayed in such time and space to see the scenery and see you. ~
Dutch Fort Dutch Fortress, a historical site in Negombo, built in 1678. There is a green area in front of the fortress called Esplanade. The Dutch fortress was originally a military base built during the Dutch colonial period. There are only a few ruins left, and the remaining arches are still written in 1678, right next to the fish market. Inside the fortress, it is now a prison in Negombo.
San Sebastian Church is a Gothic church, arguably the most beautiful church in Negombo, and the largest building in Negombo. The chances of getting a local person to get married here are very high. When we went, we were lucky enough to see it.
This Gothic church is located on Sea St., the most beautiful church in Negombo. It was laid on February 2, 1936 by the then Archbishop of Colombo, Peter Mackay. The ceremony, designed by the priest G. Gannon, was originally built to completely resemble the French Reims Cathedral. Later, due to insufficient funds, the ritual had to be lowered.
Although it can't be compared with the magnificent churches in Europe, if you see the local people praying in the church, you can still feel the power of faith, regardless of national boundaries. The locals are very friendly, and even those who attend the wedding ceremony will invite you to join.