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There’s a long tick-list of tea towns, Buddhist temples and national parks to pack into an itinerary, but perhaps it’s for that reason I relished these more simple moments, enjoying the ramshackle charm deep within a country that’s being smoothed out at its increasingly touristy edges.
My first port of call after landing in the chaotic capital, Colombo, was Sri Lanka’s second city, Kandy.
The Temple of the Tooth is said to house Sri Lanka’s most revered object, a relic of a tooth belonging to the Buddha.
Thousands come here to worship and it’s worth visiting for an insight into Sri Lanka’s rich and complex religious history; I felt humbled by the intricately crafted temple interiors and the quiet peace within them.
Sri Lankans also pay great homage to the nation’s unique breed of elephants – don’t miss Raja, an enormous taxidermy beast given pride of place within the temple grounds.
Once down on the scorching south coast, resist the beach for a little while longer and make the most of the flatter land by renting a bike.
Sitting on a plateau in the centre of the island, it’s flanked by gorgeous, leafy hill country.