Tuk Tuk Tour to Colombo City from Colombo Port Passenger Terminal

Colombo, Sri Lanka (1)


Tuk Tuk Tour to Colombo City from Colombo Port Passenger Terminal If you are looking for a unique way to explore the city of Colombo, then a Tuk Tuk tour is the perfect way to do it. These small, open-air vehicles are perfect for getting around the city quickly and easily. Plus, they are a great way to see some of the more offbeat areas of Colombo. To get started, you first need to find a Tuk Tuk driver who is willing to take you on a tour of the city. There are a number of different Tuk Tuk tours that you can choose from, so be sure to ask around to find the one that is right for you. Once you have found a driver, you will need to decide where you want to go. Colombo is a huge city, so there is no way that you can see it all in one day. Instead, a Tuk Tuk tour is perfect for getting a quick overview of the city. Once you have decided on your tour, it is time to get ready to go. You will need to bring your passport and your driver's license, as well as any money that you might need for the tour. Finally, make sure to wear comfortable clothes and shoes, as you will be spending a lot of time in the Tuk Tuk. And, of course, make sure to bring your camera!


Tour Duration: 180 min

Tuk Tuk Tour to Colombo City from Colombo Port Passenger Terminal

To find your tuk-tuk driver you No need to go to the exit gates of the port. avoid Hustle-and-bustle, no delay, no risk of getting lost. Your Driver is waiting for you on time at the deck. We Make your travel easier and more comfortable with our shore excursion, you are Traveling by tuk tuk, and visit top sights such as A 100-year-old Khan clock tower, St Anthony's Shrine, Colombo Fort, Colombo Fort Railway Station, Jami Ul- Alfar Mosque (Red mosque) colorful Pettah Bazaar, Wolandaal Church, Temple of Sri Kalawasanathan Swami Devassthanam Kovil, Seema Malakaya Temple, Gangaramaya ( Viharaya )Buddhist temple, Viharamahadevi Park, Independence Memorial Hall, Bandaranaike Memorial International Conference Hall, Nelum Pokuna Mahinda Rajapaksha Theatre, Nelum Pokuna Art Street, Galle Face Green, Old Parliament Building, The Lighthouse, shopping at Dutch Hospital Shopping Precinct, One Galle Face, Traditional Gem Mine, Gem Museum, & Ceylon tea supper market. back to the passenger terminal.

What's included

Below are items that the provider has stated are included with Tuk Tuk Tour to Colombo City from Colombo Port Passenger Terminal at no additional cost

  • Driver/guide

What's NOT included

Below are items that the tour provider of Tuk Tuk Tour to Colombo City from Colombo Port Passenger Terminal has stated that may cost an additional fee if desired.

  • Food and drinks

Points Of Interest

  • 30 minutes: pickup from the Colombo port passenger terminal, the 100-year-old clock tower, several British-Built colonial buildings, the colorful Pettah Bazaar, and Red Mosque. The Red Mosque is one of the most iconic landmarks in Colombo. The mosque is known for its beautiful architecture and is a popular tourist destination.
  • 15 minutes: The Hindu temple has a history going back over a century and is dedicated to lord Murugan. The towering gopuram of the temple is intricately sculpted, depicting lord Murugan and stories related to him. The temple celebrates all festivities related to the deity and many devotees visit this temple to beseech the blessings of Skanda.
  • 30 minutes: Gangaramaya is one of the oldest Buddhist temples in Colombo, started by the famous scholar monk Hikkaduwe Sri Sumangala Nayaka Thera in the late 19th Century. Seema Malaka is a Buddhist temple in Colombo, Sri Lanka. The temple is mainly used for meditation and rest, rather than for worship. Situated in the Beira Lake, the temple was originally constructed in the late 19th century. The Seema Malakaya, on the other hand, is a serene meditation site nestled on the Beira Lake and is a unique place to visit when you’re exploring Colombo.
  • 30 minutes: The Viharamahadevi Park (formerly Victoria Park) is a public park located in Colombo, next to the National Museum in Sri Lanka. It is the oldest and largest park in the Port of Colombo. Situated in front of the colonial-era Town Hall building, the park is named after Queen Viharamahadevi, the mother of King Dutugamunu. The park was built on land donated to Colombo city by Charles Henry de Soysa during the British rule of Sri Lanka and used to be named "Victoria Park" after Queen Victoria. During World War II it was occupied by the British Army with the Australian 17th Brigade based at Victoria Park. After the war, the park was restored and opened to the public in 1951. the Town Hall of Colombo is the headquarters of the Colombo Municipal Council and the office of the Mayor of Colombo. Built-in front of the Viharamahadevi Park, Colombo, Sri Lanka, it is the meeting place for the elected municipal council. we local it white house.
  • 15 minutes: Independent hall is a national monument in Sri Lanka built to commemorate of independence of Sri Lanka from British rule with the restoration of full governing responsibility to a Ceyleonese elected legislature on the 04th of February 1948.
  • 15 minutes: Cinnamon gardens, Art Gallery, Bandaranaike Memorial International Conference Hall BMICH, The Nelum Pokuna Mahinda Rajapaksa Theatre -Opera house
  • 30 minutes: Green Path turns into an avenue for street artists and craftsmen to display their work. As such many abstract paintings, multi-frame wall art, oil paintings, and many such pieces of art brighten up the entire place. Woodworking and metalworking craftsmen, with a number of other handcrafted item sellers, Gem museum and Ceylon tea and jewelry store.
  • 15 minutes: Galle faces green, old parliament, Beire Lake, the dutch hospital shopping complex, and back to the cruise.

Additional Information

  • Not recommended for travelers with spinal injuries
  • Not recommended for pregnant travelers
  • Not recommended for travelers with poor cardiovascular health
  • Suitable for all physical fitness levels
  • Dress code is smart casual
  • face masks are not compulsory, for your safety we recommend to use in public.