Singharaja Forest Reserve is the most famous rainforest of the country. This tropical rain forest is a living heritage. Biodiversity of the forest is very high and a large proportion of the flora in this forest is endemic to the country and some endemic to the Singharaja Forest itself.

This is a very good place to see many endemic birds such as Ceylon Lorikeet, Layard's parakeet, Jungle and Spurfowl, Ceylon Wood Pigeon, Grey Hombill, Spotted wing Thrush, Rufous and Brown- capped Babbler, Ashy-headed Laughing Thrush, Ceylon Blue Magpie, White Headed Starling, Ceylon Hill Mynah, and Legge’s Flowerpecker.

The clear cut roads into the jungle provide easy access to the forest. This important forest is a Man and Biosphere Forest reserve and it is considered as a World Heritage Site.

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