See Sri Lanka's top UNESCO sites with 'Eight' programme

See Sri Lanka's top UNESCO sites with 'Eight' programme
The Dambulla temple, the largest and best preserved cave temple complex in Sri Lanka.
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Under the slogan of "Eight Wonderful Experiences in Eight Wonderful Days," Sri Lanka is offering tourists the chance to visit its golden sandy beaches shaded by palm trees.

As part of the Eight programme, travelers will be introduced to its UNESCO World Heritage Sites such as the Dambulla ancient temple.

Sri Lanka tourism officials said travelers will be able to enjoy and relax with meditation and herbal treatments after taking in its natural and wild landscapes and mountain ranges. They will be treated to Sri Lanka's traditional Ceylon teas and well-spiced food.

The island below the southern tip of India had a record 1.5 million tourists in 2014, and it aims to attract over 2 million this year. For more information, check

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