Colombo is the biggest city of Sri Lanka. It is the money related focal point of the island and a famous visitor. It is situated on the west shoreline of the island and nearby the Greater Colombo region which incorporates Sri Jayawardenepura Kotte, the administrative capital of Sri Lanka and Dehiwala-Mount Lavinia. Colombo is regularly alluded to as the capital since Sri Jayawardenepura Kotte is inside the urban territory of, and a suburb of, Colombo. Colombo has uncontrollably differing engineering that traverse hundreds of years and portray numerous styles. Pioneer structures affected by the Portuguese, Dutch and British exist close by structures worked in Buddhist, Hindu, Islamic, Indian and Contemporary design styles. No other place is this more obvious in the Fort territory.
Colombo's most beautiful festival is the celebration of Buddha's introduction to the world, edification and demise all falling on the same day. In Sinhala this is known as Vesak. During this celebration, a significant part of the city is designed with lamps, lights and unique presentations of light. The celebration falls in mid May and keeps going seven days. Numerous Sri Lankans visit the city to see the lamp rivalries and improvements. Since there is an expansive number of Muslims in Colombo. Eid Ul Fitr and Eid Ul Adha are two Islamic celebrations that are praised in Colombo. Numerous organizations thrive amid the inevitable commencement for Eid Ul Fitr which is a noteworthy Islamic celebration celebrated by Muslims following multi month-long fasting. Colombo is for the most part extremely caught up with amid the eve of the celebrations as individuals do their last minute shopping.