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About Sri Lanka - Warm Friendly People of Sri Lanka

It is a continuity of an old tradition that there is always a warm and friendly welcomes from warm and friendly people - whatever your nationality. You don't feel a stranger amongst the Sri Lankan communities. The communities are multi-ethnic, multi-cultural and multi-religious. Harmonious integration amongst all these communities especially at village level is a remarkable feature.

The cultural activities of a varied nature are a very special feature. Music, dance and merriment which accompany the various festivals are unique in nature and unmatched.

In Sri Lanka, all began with indigenous people, the Veddas hunter-gatherers who exist today -learn more about Sri Lanka Veddas (Aborigines of Sri Lanka) click here. The main ethnic groups are the Sinhalese and Tamils, both originally from the Indian subcontinent. Then there are Muslims, who settled in the island from the time it became an ancient trading centre. Similarly, Malays and Chinese were also attracted to the island. The Portuguese and British brought with them Kaffirs from Africa, and the Dutch and assortment of European traders, the Burghers. There are other communities too, the Chetties from South India for example, the list is extraordinary.

Whatever their situation in society, the people of Sri Lanka posses a warm and friendly nature reflected in persistent smiling faces and eagerness to help those unfamiliar with aspects of social life. You’ll find that Sri Lankans are very hospitable and take pride in inviting people to their homes, however modest they may be. So don’t be surprised if a driver or guide, or indeed virtually anyone encountered, requested the pleasure of your company.

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