Sri Lankan People

Sri Lankan People

smiley, friendly, mostly Buddhist and with a long monarch history

Location: 

Dondra, Sri Lanka

Duration: 

Friday, September 15, 2017

Personal highlights

  1. Sri Lankan people are smiley, friendly and helpful
  2. Sri Lankan people are religious, mostly Buddhist
  3. Sinhalese people is the indigenous ethnic group
  4. Sri Lankan speak Sinhala, Tamil and mostly English
  5. Sri Lankan people have a long monarch history

Image sources

  1. Students at Matara Lighthouse
  2. Family on top of Mihintale rock 
  3. Buddhist monk at Parevi Duwa
  4. Filming at the Colombo Museum
  5. Women at Newburgh Green Tea Plantation

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