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(Negombo – Jaffna – Trincomalee – Kandy - Nuwara Eliya – Kataragama - Galle)

Day 1 Kuala Lumpur – Colombo (MOB)

Upon arrival in Sri Lanka, you will be meet our representative and proceed to Negombo/Colombo for overnight.

Day 2 & 3 Negombo – Jaffna (B) (Distance 6.50 hrs 372 kms)

After breakfast, head to Jaffna to visit Mannawari Temple, where Rama is believed to have installed a Shiva Lingam. Then, explore Munneswaram Kovil, one of the three ancient Isvarams of Lord Siva, connected to the Ramayana story of Rama and Sita.

  • Jaffna District, the northernmost region of Sri Lanka, is one of the oldest habitation sites in South Asia, inhabited by Tamil-speaking people. Situated near the Indian subcontinent, it's separated from India by the Palk Strait and the Bay of Bengal. The peninsula is almost an island, with a narrow causeway, Elephant Pass, connecting Jaffna to the rest of Sri Lanka.


  • The Nagapoosani Temple (Nainatheevu) in Jaffna is a must-visit site, attracting Hindu worshippers from the region during yearly festivals. This ancient temple, home to a five-headed cobra, was constructed by the Nagas to worship the Serpent God.


  • Nallur Temple: Built by Bhuvanekabhahu in 948 A.D., this temple was initially located in Kurukkal Valavu, Nallur, to worship Lord Kumaran. However, it was demolished in 1450 and rebuilt in Muthirai Chanthai. The temple was reconstructed a third time in the original site in Kurukkal Valavu during Dutch rule by Krishna Subbiah and Ragunatha Mapana Muthaliyar.


  • Karainagar Sivan Temple (Eelaththu Chithamparam): Located in Thinnaipuram, this temple's presiding deity is Lord Sunthareswar. It hosts grand annual festivals, including the Thiruvembavai festival in December and the Thiruvathirai festival.


  • Keerimalai Naguleswaram Temple: Dedicated to Lord Siva, this temple is one of the five ancient Sivan temples in Sri Lanka. It's situated near the healing Keerimalai springs.


  • Jaffna Fort: Located on the south side of the Jaffna peninsula, this ancient fort, originally built by the Portuguese in 1619, is the second-largest existing fort in the country. It was expanded by the Dutch to facilitate trade in the region, reflecting its historical significance. The inner defence works consist of thick ramparts, bastions, and a wide moat. Lunch, dinner, and overnight stay in Jaffna.

 Day 4 Jaffna - Trincomalee (B) (Distance 3.50hrs 235 kms)

After breakfast, proceed to Trincomalee. Visit Koneswaram Kovil, dedicated to Siva, located on Swami Rock above Fort Frederick. The temple features intricate and colourful designs, offering picturesque views of Trinco town, perched on the edge of the Indian Ocean. Don't miss the seven hot springs of Kanniya on a side road enroute to Trincomalee. Enclosed by a high wall, each spring forms a well with mildly hot water. Enjoy your overnight stay in Trincomalee.

Day 5 TRINCOMALEE – KANDY (B)(Distance 4.25hrs 223 kms)

After breakfast, head to Kandy. Visit a Spice Garden in Matale to explore the famous spices of Sri Lanka. Learn about their cultivation and processing. In Kandy, discover Upper Lake Drive, Market Square, Arts & Crafts Centre, Gem Museum, and the Temple of the Tooth Relic. Kandy, the hill capital, is known for the annual Perahera, and it was the last stronghold of the Sinhala Kings before the British rule in 1815. The city reflects Buddhism's enduring influence, with temples, shrines, and monasteries preserving Buddhist traditions. Don't miss the Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic, a revered site housing the Buddha's Tooth. In the evening, enjoy a vibrant Sri Lankan cultural show with drumbeats and acrobatics. Overnight in Kandy.

Day 6 KANDY – NUWARA ELIYA (B) (Distance 2.30hrs 84 kms)

After breakfast, head to Nuwara Eliya. Visit the Sri Bhakta Hanuman temple at Ramboda, dedicated to Hanuman, featuring a 16-foot image of Lord Hanuman in the hills where he searched for Sitadevi. Explore the Seetha Amman temple linked to Sitadevi's stay at Ashok Vatika, where she bathed in the nearby stream, and ancient idols, including one of Sita, were discovered. Visit the temple for Lord Rama, Sitadevi, Lakshmana, and Hanuman. Enjoy lunch at a restaurant. Experience a tea plantation tour, witnessing the tea-making process from leaf plucking to factory processing. Ceylon Tea, introduced by the British in 1850, is renowned for its high quality and remains a significant contributor to Sri Lanka's economy. A guided tea factory tour provides valuable insights.


Nuwara Eliya, often called 'Little England,' offers breathtaking landscapes with mountains, valleys, waterfalls, and tea plantations. It boasts a temperate climate like an English spring day, with cooler nights. The British influence is evident in the architecture, featuring houses resembling country cottages and Queen Anne-style mansions. Explore Victoria Park in the town centre, perfect for leisurely walks, picnics, and birdwatching, with rare bird sightings. Enjoy dinner and spend the night in Nuwara Eliya.

Day 7 Nuwara Eliya – Kataragama (B) (Distance 3.50hrs 142 kms)

After breakfast, head to Kataragama, a renowned pilgrimage destination in Sri Lanka. The main shrine is devoted to Skanda, described as a deity with six faces and twelve arms, sought after for worldly blessings. The shrine's history dates to the 2nd century BC. The annual procession in July or August is the shrine's main event, featuring fire walkers and Kawadi dancers. Daily offerings are made at 4:30 am, 10:30 am, and 6:30 pm. Enjoy your overnight stay in Kataragama.

Day 8 Kataragama – Galle (B) (Distance 3.45hrs 167 kms)

After breakfast, head to Galle, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. (Optional - US$ 40 per person, including a JEEP Safari) In the evening, visit Yala National Park, spanning 126,768 hectares and offering diverse landscapes, flora, and fauna. Yala is one of the best places to spot the 'big three': elephants, leopards, and water buffalo. It's home to about 35 leopards, making it one of the world's densest leopard populations. You'll also encounter other wildlife such as sloth bears, deer, crocodiles, and various bird species. Don't miss the iconic stilt fishing, a traditional sight in Sri Lanka. Explore Galle Fort, covering four sq. kms, and originally built by the Portuguese, further developed by the Dutch and British. It features 12 bastions and connecting ramparts. Notable buildings include the Dutch Reformed Church, All Saints Church, Amangalla Hotel (formerly the New Oriental Hotel), and the lighthouse with a bell tower. Spend the night in Galle.

 Day 9 Galle - Colombo – Airport (B) (Distance 2hrs10m 130kms)

After breakfast, travel to Colombo. Begin your visit at the Panchamuga Anjaneyar Temple in Dehiwala, unique for having a chariot for Anjaneya, with 'Anjan' being Hanuman's mother, hence the name 'Anjaneyar' in South India. In Colombo, explore the city with a drive through its bustling commercial areas, as well as the tree-lined residential zones like Cinnamon Gardens. Visit Fort, the former British administrative and military hub. See Sea Street, the Goldsmiths' quarters in Pettah, and a Hindu Temple with intricate stone carvings. Explore the Dutch Church of Wolfendhal, dating back to 1749. Don't miss the BMICH, the replica of the Avukana Buddha, and the Independence Square. Go shopping in Colombo, visiting places like ODEL, House of Fashion, Arcade Independence Square, Racecourse, and Beverly Street, as well as the bargain market in Colombo Pettah. Later in the evening, transfer to the airport for your flight back. This marks the end of your tour.


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PEAK PERIOD SUPPLEMENTS: 15th August 2023 – 31 August 2023 & 15th December 2023 – 15th January 2024



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Inclusion & Exclusion



  • Accommodation on twin/triple sharing/single supplement basis as per itinerary
  • Daily breakfast
  • Private tour and Transportation as per itinerary with English Speaking guide/ Driver cum guide
  • Entrance fees, government taxes and service charges including toll, parking & fuel Cost.
  • Explore UNESCO World Heritage sites (Entrance Fees Included for Nagapoosani Temple, Hot

Springs, Stilt Fishing & Kandy Temple of Relic Tooth)


  • Return International flight ticket.
  • Travel insurance - RM 94 per person
  • Sri Lanka visa.
  • Lunch and Dinner
  • Camera fees etc. not specified
  • Personal expenses like phone calls, laundry, alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages
  • Porterage & restaurant tips
  • Optional tour and any other expenses or services not mentioned in inclusions
  • Any transport during the day at leisure / Tipping / Any additional rides
  • Peak Period Supplements applied from 15th December 2023 to 15th January 2024
  • 24th Christmas Eve & 31st New Year’s Eve Gala Dinner Supplements


  • Rooms are subject to availability upon confirmation of the booking.
  • Incidental charges will be on pax account.
  • Child rate: Child No Bed – 50% from adult price/ Child with Bed – 75% from adult price
  • The itinerary is subject to change due to weather and traffic conditions.
  • Valid until 31 March 2024
  • Surcharge: Weekend & Peak Season – 10% per person & Super Peak Season (New Year Eve,

Christmas & CNY) – 15 % per person