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Passport & Visas

With effect from 1st January 2012, all Holiday or Business travelers to Sri Lanka must have Electronic...

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Currency

There is no restriction in bringing money in foreign currencies into Sri Lanka. This sum could be in Traveller...

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Language

English is generally understood by most people and is easy to get by. English is spoken at all hotels...

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Business Hours

Government Offices: Monday- Friday, 9:30 – 17:00 hours, (some open Saturday morning)...

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Health

It is mandatory for those travelling to Sri Lanka from Africa or Latin America to have a valid certificate...

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Shopping

Shopping is an interesting experience in Sri Lanka; from small shops to luxurious shopping centres.

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Airport & Custom

Personal allowances are 1.5 litre of spirits, 2 bottles of wine, 250ml of eau de cologne...

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Electricity

Sri Lankan hotels have two types of plug bases; either the UK (Type G) or India (Type D).

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Cuisine

Sri Lankan cuisine has some similarity to South Indian food yet has a distinct taste of its own.