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Colombo City Tour by Tuk Tuk

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  • Group Tour
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  • 4 hr

Are you ready for a real-life video game?! Because that’s what it feels like to navigate Colombo by tuk tuk! Head down narrow streets, past monuments, and into some of the city’s most significant spots, exploring the way locals get around — by tuk tuk! You won’t see this side of Colombo on your own!

Itinerary Details

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- Great place to check out the construction of the GREAT PORT CITY COMING UP. This used to be the Lighthouse directing ships entering the port of Colombo. Chatham Street, which keeps adding new restaurants, pubs, and bars to its scene. en route we’ll swing past the President’s House, This section of Colombo is particularly fascinating given that it was closed to the public for more than 30 years due to civil war and security considerations. We’ll stop briefly in front of the former passenger terminal gate in the Colombo harbour also.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Jami Ul-Alfar Mosque

Jami Ul-Alfar Mosque is in the centre of the port area of old Columbo and it is a very unique building with impressive architecture. It is a distinctive red and white candy-striped two-storey building, with a clock tower, and is reminiscent of the Jamek Mosque in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (constructed in 1910).

Duration: 15 minutes

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This is a street full of market stalls. Meander around, sampling local food and drinks, or shopping in the colourful shops of the market a series of open-air bazaars and markets. it is non-stop dodging people, buses, lorries, bullock carts, bikes, other tuk-tuks.

Duration: 45 minutes

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Is one of the most important Dutch Colonial-era buildings in Sri Lanka, and is one of the oldest Protestant churches still in use in the country which is 360 years old is the oldest Dutch reformed church in Sri Lanka. The church may not be in the best shape, but it’s one of the most significant reminders of the various colonial occupations throughout Sri Lanka’s history

Duration: 20 minutes

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Though the kovil is called the oldest in Colombo, a lot of the structures are new. The coat of paint certainly is, and they're building more off to the side. The main kovil that is a square around an inner sanctum.

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Independence Square

This is where Sri Lanka claimed independence from the British in 1948. The monument and park here are of great significance to Sri Lankans. currently, it is a great place to relax in Colombo. As It's a part monument, part park, part walking ground.

Duration: 35 minutes

Stop At: Gangaramaya (Vihara) Buddhist Temple

One of the main Buddhist temples in Colombo, the cool, calming Gangaramaya is known for its architecture, paintings, and collection of artefacts from various historical eras. Additionally, it is well known for its contribution to Buddhist education.

Duration: 1 hour