The Best Beaches in Sri Lanka – Sun-soaked Adventures

Blessed with pristine shorelines and bordered by dazzling ocean waters, Sri Lanka is one of the best places in the world for some beach hopping fun. Here are some of the island’s key beaches.

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Negombo Beach

Negombo which is just 10 km from the main international airport lies along the west coast and has a lovely stretch of golden sand; it is an ideal spot to enjoy everything from sunbathing and swimming to kitesurfing. Come evening, the sunsets here are pretty spectacular too.

Pasikuda Beach

On the east coast, you will come across a more secluded shoreline home to Pasikuda Beach. Hotels and resorts can be found along the beach including properties such as The Calm Resort & Spa Pasikuda which offer water sports like snorkelling, diving and jet skiing. The waters remain calm and shallow relatively far out to sea making it an ideal family beach too.

Arugam Bay Beach

When it comes to a beach with chilled-out vibes and some of the best surfing waves in the region, Arugam Bay is the place to go to. This palm-fringed east coast beach attracts surfers from around the world looking to surf its main break known as The Point (April to October) along with other nearby surfing hotspots.

Unawatuna Beach

Located near the city of Galle on the south coast, Unawatuna has a picturesque stretch of shore bordered by a sheltered bay making it an ideal spot for swimming. Once the sun sets, Unawatuna has a happening nightlife scene worth experience too.

 

Filled with wanderlust that seeks to explore distant shores and captivated by the colors and vibrancy of exotic cultures, Kanya Mae writes on the beautiful, exciting, and enchanting wonders of the world. She is a writer who not only has a passion for travel, but also has a background in fashion, art and media. Google+

Saadiyat Island of Abu Dhabi – The Island of Happiness

An artificial island, a masterpiece in engineering – Saadiyat is a contemporary island region in the making. This will soon be a hotspot for tourism and will become a destination that will feature UAE’s epic cultural significance.

Overview

Located a five-minute drive away from Abu Dhabi’s down town region, Saadiyat is an ongoing development project in the UAE. Upon completion the region will include a wide range of commercial and leisure destinations along with a whole host of residential complexes.

Development

Being developed by the Tourism Development and Investment Company which is controlled by Abu Dhabi Tourism authority, The Saadiyat island has been scheduled to completed in the year of 2020.

A hub for UAE’s culture

Along with a whole host of galleries, museum and cultural hubs the new islands is about to become a hub for UAE’s rich cultural heritage. Upon its completion visitors would be able to get a glimpse of the nation’s amazing culture a by visiting these attractions.

Getting there

Located a 5 minute drive away from down town Abu Dhabi, and situated at proximity to popular 5 Star hotels in Abu Dhabi the likes of Anantara Eastern Mangroves Abu Dhabi Hotel, visiting the island is very easy. Upon completion, visiting the island must be added to your itinerary as it will add a whole host of amazing memories to your vacation experience.

 

Filled with wanderlust that seeks to explore distant shores and captivated by the colors and vibrancy of exotic cultures, Kanya Mae writes on the beautiful, exciting, and enchanting wonders of the world. She is a writer who not only has a passion for travel, but also has a background in fashion, art and media. Google+

Vancouver Specialities and Where to Eat Them – Canadian Cuisine!

The flavours of Vancouver are both multicultural and coastal; delicious fare that is considered to be delicious and unique especially in their fusion of eastern and western cuisine. Here are some places, including hotels in downtown Vancouver where you can get a taste.

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Coffee

Start with the staple; coffee. You can try various variations of coffee in Vancouver and can get a reliably tasty cup of joe at local chains like JJ Bean, 49th Parallel and Milano Coffee. There are also many independent, small coffee shops that offer soy or almond milk as a supplement which is a must try.

JapaDog

This restaurant’s speciality is a hot dog that’s given a classic Japanese twist with seaweed flakes, miso teriyaki sauce, wasabi and kimchi. There are many locations all over the downtown area around Pan Pacific Vancouver.

Salmon Candy

British Colombia’s salmon glazed with maple syrup is a delicious smoky snack that is crazily addictive and can be bought at the Fish Counter on Main Street or Island Public Market. Convert your whole family!

West Coast Oysters

There are three local varieties of oysters; Kusshi, Kumamoto and Fanny Bay that all taste as fresh as the ocean. You can try this delicacy at Boulevard Kitchen, Oyster Bar or Joe Fortes Seafood and Chop House. As there are so many varieties to these dishes make sure you ask the waiter for recommendations.

 

Filled with wanderlust that seeks to explore distant shores and captivated by the colors and vibrancy of exotic cultures, Kanya Mae writes on the beautiful, exciting, and enchanting wonders of the world. She is a writer who not only has a passion for travel, but also has a background in fashion, art and media. Google +