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Apparently mob violence by large groups of certain religious groups burning buildings and looting etc. So i wondered if anyone there knows about it? I was thinking of booking a stop-over holiday there, but now not so sure, as kandy was my intended destination. I dont want to visit if there is civil unrest going on: Absolutely nothing going on there now.
The incidence happened at village outside Kandy and was over in a couple of days. Hopefully 1 or 2 other members can echoe your sentiment. The reports i read were not great. Doesnt sound like anyone was injured or killed, but 's of police had to be drafted into deal with the problem.
It hasn't made mainstream news I was in Kandy at the height of the problem. There was a police and army presence on the street corners, but we were able to walk around, taking photographs, and visit the main tourist places.
The govt did put curfews on after six in the evening, so we simply had our main meal at lunch time since our guest house did not do food. Everyone, our host, the hotel staff, the tourist site staff were friendly and helpful. Some of the main tourist areas were quiet because people were frightened away, but that was a bonus in that there were no queues.
Some of the cafes in the Botanic Garden you must go there were closed because staff could not get to work because of the curfew. That was 7th and 8th March , so I am hoping that things have been sorted, both for the local people, and for the tourists, who bring revenue. Nearly a month ago, it was mentioned in the UK newspapers the day after it happened but nothing more afterwards because nothing more really happened.