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Hello! Magazine names Sri Lanka as an exciting destination to visit 2012

Hello ! Magazine
Hello !  Magazine

HELLO! Online brings you five of the most exotic, exciting destinations to visit in 2012

Most exotic exciting destinations in the world 2012(Hello! Magazine)

  • Thailand
  • Croatia 
  • The Maldives 
  • Sardinia 
The award-winning UK-based Hello! Magazine has named Sri Lanka as one of the five most exotic, exciting destinations to visit in 2012.

Sri Lanka Tea
Sri Lanka Tea

Breath-taking scenery of Sri Lanka’s tea plantations is an alluring destination, the magazine says in its online issue.



Hello! recommends to “delve no deeper than the spiritual island of Sri Lanka” for an “eclectic mix of exotic wildlife, culture and scenery”.
Pinnawela Elephant Orphanage Sri Lanka
Pinnawela Elephant Orphanage Sri Lanka


Unawatuna Beach Sun Set Sri Lanka
Unawatuna Beach Sun Set Sri Lanka

It recommends the traveller not to miss the Pinnawela Elephant Orphanage that is home to over sixty elephants, or the ancient ruins of Polonnaruwa, boasting over thirty shrines and beautifully preserved buildings.



“Following a trip to Colombo’s treasure trove markets, you can unwind on the heavenly stretch of Unawatuna Beach. Palm trees tower over the silk-like sand and the aqua sea breaks rhythmically as you relax with a cocktail or traditional Sri Lankan tea from the hillside plantations,” it says.

“Sri Lanka 
For an eclectic mix of exotic wildlife, culture and scenery – delve no deeper than the spiritual island of Sri Lanka. Don’t miss the Pinnawela Elephant Orphanage that is home to over sixty elephants, or the ancient ruins of Polonnaruwa, boasting over thirty shrines and beautifully preserved buildings. Following a trip to Colombo’s treasure trove markets, you can unwind on the heavenly stretch of Unawatuna Beach. Palm trees tower over the silk-like sand and the aqua sea breaks rhythmically as you relax with a cocktail or traditional Sri Lankan tea from the hillside plantations.”

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