Take a look a this free map of Sri Lanka here. Download the map to your PC, tablet or smartphone with iOS, Android or Windows. Or use it on your website.
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This free tourist map of Sri Lanka shows important places in Sri Lanka. There are not only natural places - mountains, seas or rivers, but political borders and important cities as well. There are some special marks for selected interesting places which you should consider when planning your holidays (subject to availability - eg. the best beaches, monuments, trekking, attractions). In Sri Lanka there are much more of such places, of course and we are preparing more free maps which can provide more detailed information for your travel. Right now we recommend to visit for example these interesting places in Sri Lanka: Sri Jayawardenapura Kotte is the administrative capital of Sri Lanka, but more famous and the commercial capital of Sri Lanka is Colombo. Let's start there. There is a nice seaside promenade and many churches and other holy places. You can visit the National Museum of Colombo and some other museums as well as the Cinnamon Gardens park. But there is a lot of more tourist destination in the Sri Lanka (former Ceylon), like Sri Dhalada Maligawa and Peradeniya Gardens in Kandy, the old temples in Anuradhapura and Polonnaruwa, villages in Nuwara Eliya, the Yala National Park and beaches in Negombo. Visit one of the tea factories in the central hills, see the Sinharaja Forest Reserve (UNESCO), Horton Plains with the wonderful cloud forest and the Galle town with the famous fort.These are just selected interesting places in Sri Lanka. There are much more sights and things to do, for example off the beaten tracks, off the main tourist trails. Some more information you can find on other maps here.
>>> How to use this map of Sri Lanka: Most of the maps can be enlarged using the button Full size. If you want to download this free map of Sri Lanka to your PC, smartphone or tablet with Android OS, iOS, Windows or Linux, press the Download button. And to get a link to this page with the map press the button Link to. Some more information is below the map. Icons for the best beaches, trips, monuments, treks and other places of interest located on the map are only approximate.
This map of Sri Lanka as a free download is designed for cell phones or tablets with all systems, including Android, iOS, Windows, Blackberry, Tizen, Firefox OS, or Symbian or for laptops with Windows, Mac OS, Chrome OS or Linux, but you can use it on your website as well. Why we offer this map as an image - the bitmap? Because you can use it off-line. Because you can make marks and notes to the map, just use a convenient graphical editor. And because it does not take up much space. Please note, however, that because this map of Sri Lanka is available for free as an image - the bitmap - it can not of course be used with GPS. For use with GPS geolocation we recommend to use an appropriate application with custom maps. For Android and Apple iOS there is an OsmAnd applications available which offers the option to download offline maps.
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