A place to try some Sri Lankan Chinese at very low price. But?
Back of beyond's newest addition is an ideal place to spend your weekend and get some me-time.
An outdoor beachfront restaurant in Negombo.
Hotel Heritance Negombo's bar and restaurant.
A decent Indian restaurant at Panadura, with quality North Indian food.
Thudugala Ella is a waterfall located near Kalutara, in an rubber estate once owned by a British. It is quite popular as a fine bathing place.
Based out of Jetwing Lagoon, Jet Water sports lets you enjoy kayaking, canoeing, boat excursions and jet skis.
An Italian restaurant on Negombo's popular hotel strip (Porutota Road).
A serene escape in the midst of the bustling Negombo hotel strip.
One of the high-end Jetwing Hotel options on the sprawling Negombo beach.
One of the beach-side restos dotting Poruthota Road in Negombo. Bad service, great Hot Butter Cuttlefish.
Blue Tan is one of the restaurants in Heritance Negombo, a gigantic new luxury hotel along Poruthota Road.
A luxe villa fringing the Kalpitiya lagoon.
Sameeha's is popular for their cheese kottu, and is one of THE places to drop into in Negombo.
A fully-stocked wine cellar and alcohol shop
One of Negombo's long term dining institutions.
A dedicated Negombo strip watering hole.
Icebair is a small, underrated, Swiss-owned outlet in Negombo with a great, rustic atmosphere.
Run by a mother-daughter duo, Kraftsy specializes in handmade, crocheted slippers and sandals. They also do bags.
Dolce Vita is a rustic and snug little Italian restaurant / café which serves everything from breakfast menus to snazzy drinks, pizzas and gelato.
The King Coconut has a tropical vibe with its roof dotted with coconut fronds and bamboo fences all round. It's also very chilled out, with a great view of the sea and the wind whipping around.
The Grand is a little coffee shop along the bustling Colombo Road in Negombo. They serve really good drinks and some killer cheesecake for very decent prices.
Jetwing Lagoon is a very cool luxury hotel in Negombo. What's unique about it how environmentally friendly they are, also their 100 meter long infinity pool.
This Japanese stopover is a wonderful addition to Negombo's popular stretch of restaurants. The food and service are great and they've got a sushi conveyor belt in the evenings.