The south-central part of Sri Lanka consists of mountains and highlands rising up to 2500m above sea level. It's a relatively fresh area which receives a lot of rainfall. Here there are many tea plantations, most at altitudes above 800m. Nuwara Eliya is a small colonial era city at an altitude of 1889m, set up by the British as a hill station. Tangalle is a city along the southern coast with some sandy beaches.
01 Tea plantation 02 Tea plantation 03 Tea plantation 04 Tea plantation 05 Nuwara Eliya
06 Colonial era house in Nuwara Eliya 07 Colonial era house in Nuwara Eliya 08 Nuwara Eliya 09 Shops in Nuwara Eliya
10 Tea leaves 11 Tea leaves 12 Trail in tea plantation 13 Tea plantation 14 Tea plantation
15 Tea plantation 16 Tree in tea plantation 17 Tree in tea plantation 18 Rice paddy
19 Pinnaketiya lake 20 Pinnaketiya lake
21 Rice paddy 22 Tangalle beach
23 Tangalle beach 24 Tangalle beach 25 2004 tsunami water level 26 2004 tsunami water level
27 Tangalle beach
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