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For any other inquiries, Click here. Both Western and Eastern ladies love to cover their legs with skirts. There is no part in this part where skirts are not adored.
Depends on where. In touristy towns it's OK, but if you intend to visit temples you will have to cover your shoulders and your knees. When i am out and about away from the hotel, i usually wear a long skirt or sundress. As Hans said it is okay to wear shorts in tourist towns but out of respect for their culture i just feel more comfortable covering up.
This is applicable for most parts of the country as the weather is hot and humid. However the Hill Country is similar to an English spring with the temperature becoming colder in the night. In the mountains a good wool sweater is advisable for the nights while in the day time a jumper or light cardigan should suffice to keep the cold away.
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By Susannah Price in Colombo Increasing numbers of female workers in Sri Lanka are demanding the right to stop wearing saris and to be allowed to wear western dress, which they claim is more practical. The formal dress code in hospitals and some offices is now skirts, dresses or trousers, but only after a long battle by employees. Women in banks, those employed by the national airline and members of parliament still have to wear saris.
She had broken a rule which said that female MPs must be in a sari. Anjan Umma, was allowed to come in an Abaya and a Hijab it was said that prior permission had been obtained to enable Muslim MPs to come in their religiously prescribed dress. Traditional Sri Lankan woman in a sarong and sleeveless blouse. Outside parliament too, some institutions have tried to impose a dress code on women.
I'm going to be in bentota in December and wondered apart from if I go to temples is there any sort of dress code or anything which is frowned upon at all? I'm indian and have been to India and would never wear bikini or short shorts there so just wondered if it's the same in Sri Lanka? I think you already know your answer.