Mock Tudor melds with leopards and Buddhas in incomparable Sri Lanka, writes Christina Pfeiffer.
Ten years on from the tsunami that devastated the island's low-lying coastal communities, the Sri Lankan people's resilience and warmth is touching.
In a nation synonymous with tea, coffee is making a comeback, writes Anthony Dennis.
Elegant villas dot Sri Lanka's jungle and coast, writes Belinda Jackson.
Colombo is charming new generations of Asian travellers, writes Anthony Dennis.
India's classic retro wheels, the Ambassador, may have sadly run out of juice with its manufacturer announcing recently it had halted production of the beloved though anachronistic car.
Tempted to sneak a midnight snack? Forget it. The kitchen at this health retreat is locked at night.
A Sydney businessman has staked out his own little section of paradise near the seductive city of Galle, writes Saska Graville.
Mysteriously untouched by tourism, Sri Lanka ticks all boxes on a traveller's checklist. Picture riding ruby-red trains that chug through luminescent-green tea plantations; palm trees jutting over dazzling white beaches while stilt fisherman ply their trade undisturbed from the shallows; magnificent 2000-plus years UNESCO ruins begging exploration, and a singular, spectacular cuisine. Don't think. Just go.