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Entrance Ticket Fees in Sri Lanka »

 
     
 

Sri Lanka has entrance charges for entering certain sites that include entry tickets, photography charges, and video charges. These entrance tickets can be bought at the specific sites directly. Entrance ticket fees in Sri Lanka are as follows.

 
     
     
 

Entrance Ticket Fees

 
 
       
  Elephant Orphanage in Pinnawala USD 20 Gogo tour package pic_01
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  Temple of the Tooth Relic Kandy USD 10
  National Museum Kandy USD 12
  Royal Botanical Gardens Peradeniya USD 13
  Kandy Cultural Dance Show USD 5
  Ancient City of Sigiriya USD 30
  Ancient City of Polonnaruwa USD 25
  Ancient City of Anuradhapura USD 25
  NalandaGedige USD 5
  Ritigala Buddhist monastery and mountain USD 5
  MedirigiriyaVatadage USD 5
  Sri MahaBodhiya Anuradhapura USD 5
  Isurumuniya Anuradhapura USD 5
  Mihinthale Anuradhapura USD 5
  Avukana Buddha statue USD 5
  Yala National Park USD 25
  Udawalawa National Park USD 15
  Minneriya National Park USD 15
  Wasgamuwa National Park USD 15
  Sinharaja Rain Forest Reserve USD 15
  Bundala National Park USD 20
  Dambulla cave temples USD 15
  Hortain Plains USD 20
  Dehiwala Zoo Colombo USD 20
  Elephant Back Safari USD 20
  Hot Air Ballooning USD 250 each [min 6 pax]
  Boat Ride (Bentota) USD 20
  Bentota River Cruise USD 55 with Lunch
  White Water Rafting USD 30
  Train Ride from Haputale to Ella USD 5
  Kalpitiya Dolphin Chasing USD 25/45
  Bopath Ella Falls USD 1
  Diving in Hikkaduwa USD 65 [Diving for 3 hours]
  Sinharaja Trekking USD 10
     
       
       
 
     
 

Social practices in Sri Lanka 

 
     
 

Sri Lanka welcomes all the visitors as honored guests. The visitor in turn is expected to follow the social protocols of the country. 

 
     
     
 

Dress Code

 
     
  The Sri Lankan attitude to informal European dress styles is generally relaxed. Visitors should however, consider religious and other sensibilities. Visitors to shrines, temples and other sacred places should be modestly attired. A knee-length dress is appropriate. Headgear and footwear must be removed prior to entering Buddhist and Hindu shrines. Swimwear is not acceptable in public places. Also, nudism and topless bathing by females is prohibited. 
 
     
 

Drugs

 
     
  The import/export, possession or trafficking in narcotics and dangerous drugs carry the death sentence. 
 
     
 

Videoing & Photography

 
     
 

Photography should be limited to traditional tourist sites. However, posing alongside or with religious statues is not permitted. Some religious sites may require prior permission. Videoing and photography of military and governmental buildings is strictly prohibited.

 
     
 

Prohibited and Restricted Imports & Exports

 
     
  These include antiques, all indigenous non-domesticated animals, and certain endemic and threatened plants, fish and amphibians. The law strictly prohibits trading or possessing protected wild fauna and flora.  
     
 

Child Abuse

 
     
 

The Penal Code of Sri Lanka imposes severe penalties for all acts of child abuse. The Sri Lankan law defines a person under the age of 18 as a child.

 
     
     
     
     
 

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