The senior male had asked the fresher why she was clad in a tight pair of denim jeans, and advised her to come next day "wearin g a gauma frock in the traditional Sinhala manner". Gauma is not Sinhalese; it's Portuguese. Then I should wear the osariya Kandyan saree or perhaps redda-haetta cloth and jacket. How come you are wearing trouser and shirt?
Lol guys just be carefull.. Well I am from, sri lanka. I mean seriously, naked at adams peak?? That would be the last place i would go naked. Thought their might be a few Beaches, Some days they become empty, that seems like a good time. And dangerous too…. Sri Lanka is still cultured country with lot of rituals and customs.
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Taking photographs in religious places and government institutions
Customs that pertain to visiting religious sites and respectful attire are almost like laws in the sense that locals will let you know about it and not let you enter otherwise. Some laws do not apply to tourists specifically, but long-term residents living or doing community work on the island should be aware of them. Read on to find out about the nine Sri Lankan laws foreigners should know about. The political and socioeconomic majority of Sri Lanka is Buddhist. The customs for entering a Buddhist temple respectfully include entering without shoes, dressing conservatively, not pointing feet at the Buddha figures, not getting too close to the monks or touching them especially their heads and being respectful of the worshippers. Some Buddhist temples and all government institutions do not allow photographs taken of the premises. Of course, the most touristy Buddhist temples, like Gangaramaya in Colombo, allow photographs to be taken but they have to be respectful. Taking disrespectful photography on Buddhist premises can get you into trouble and even get you arrested.
I've recently been told that topless sunbathing is illegal in Sri Lanka , is this true and does it apply everywhere or are the hotels ok with it? I assume. Did you see any Sri Lankan ladies swimming?. They usually wear a swimming costume, cycling shorts and a tee shirt, all together so they are covered from the neck, halfway down their arms and to just above the knee. They might not say anything to you, being too polite and respectful but I guarantee, they would be offended. Does anybody have any experiences of this happening at all at the Club Dolphin? Or does it go on everywhere? When I was in SL one of the dutch guests insisted in dining in a bikini top which is not what Sri Lankans would do or expect.