Open Your Senses
Spices have long been important in the commercial history of Sri Lanka. With so many spices and herbs growing on the island’s shores, it is unsurprising that they were used to barter and trade between the sea-faring merchants and have been a main export of Sri Lanka through the ages. For centuries, the indigenous herbs and spices have been used for both medicinal purposes and in traditional Sri Lankan cuisine. Visiting a Spice Garden will open up your senses to smells and tastes, old and new. Cinnamon, ginger, vanilla and cardamom are just some of the spices available in the numerous Spice Gardens between Dambulla and Kandy.
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