/
Close
Newsletters  | Mobile

Galle Travel Guide

  • Overview
  • Hotels
  • Restaurants
  • Things to do
  • Trips
  • Articles
ARTICLES

Trip Report: Sleeping in Sri Lanka

Three years after the country’s 26-year civil war ended, Sri Lanka’s recovery is well underway. I spent two weeks traveling in Sri Lanka at the...

One Family's Experience With the Tsunami

Photographer Max Kim-Bee, a regular Travel + Leisure contributor, was on holiday with his family near Galle, Sri Lanka, when the earthquake and subsequent tsunami...

Why We Travel

Travel has the power to transform places and people in an instant. T+L looks at why we go.

Driving the Switzerland-Austria Border

While driving along the Switzerland-Austria Border, T+L discovers the best of the region’s artisans, architecture, and food.

Return to Sri Lanka

This exotic island nation may have been forever altered by political unrest and natural disaster. But on two visits—one just before the tsunami, one a...

50 Affordable Beach Resorts

From Hawaii to Zanzibar, we've searched the globe for stylish getaways just steps from the sand. The best part: almost all are under $200 a...

Next Great Beach Resorts

From Antíparos to Zanzibar, we've tracked down 12 new hot spots where you'll find pristine sand, local culture, and picture-perfect sunsets. What are you waiting...

T+L Reports: Sri Lanka's Kilburn Imperial White Tea

Pick up a tin of Kilburn Imperial White—one of the rarest teas on earth—during a plantation tour of Sri Lanka's Handunugoda Estate (Tittagalla, Ahangama; 91-4/385-299;...

Making the Journey

From Chile to Bhutan, hotels are no longer just places to stay—they're taking over every aspect of your travel experience. Jeff Wise reports

Tsunami Impact

Not all of South Asia was devastated by December's tidal wave. Christopher R. Cox reports on the varying degrees of damage in regions that need...
HOTELS

Fort Printers

Dutch and English influences abound at this 18th-century mansion, whose five suites are decorated in jewel-toned velvets. more ›


RESTAURANTS

ACTIVITIES

Galle Fort

The UNESCO-preserved fort, built by the Dutch in 1663 on Galle's southern isthmus, completely surrounds the city's Old Town. more ›


Advertisement

Sign Up


Connect With Travel + Leisure
  • Travel+Leisure
  • Tablet
  • Available devices

Already a subscriber?
Get FREE ACCESS to the digital edition


Advertisement


Advertisement

Advertisement

Marketplace