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Kilinochchi is a fascinating locale for the keen-eyed traveler. Having been a stronghold of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE), the destination boasts remarkable attractions of a rather contemporary history. The city is emerging as a marvelous heritage site with a flourishing culture and natural charm.

Nature, Monuments, Heritage and Religious Sites

The thriving city boasts marvelous attractions of the colonial era, and remnants of the Tamil Tigers (LTTE) as well.

An alluring monument built in remembrance of the devastating Sri Lankan Civil War.

Also known as Ranamdu Tank, it is the largest man-made irrigation tank in the Northern Province of Sri Lanka.

Originally a bird sanctuary, the national park is home to various exotic birds, leopards and other wildlife.

Poonakary Fort, or Pooneryn Fort, is a defense fort built by the Portuguese to protect their possessions in Jaffna.

A 288-metre long road bridge across the Jaffna Lagoon.

A small Hindu temple dedicated to God Ganesh, the God of good fortune.

Elephant Pass is a long causeway which was formerly used to transport elephants from around the country to Jaffna.