Kandy City Tour

  • Sri Dalada Maligawa

    Kandy's primary tourist attraction and one of the holiest Buddhist shrines in the world, the "Dalada Maligawa" or the Temple of the Tooth Relic, is the heart of Kandy's culture, religious life and age-old traditions. First built in the 15th century, and expanded by successive kings, it is a masterpiece of traditional Kandyan art and architecture. In July/August every year, the tooth relic of the Buddha that is enshrined here is paraded through the city streets in a magnificent procession featuring traditional drummers, dancers and caparisoned elephants.
  • Peradeniya Botanical Garden

    Located in the outskirts of Kandy, on a beautiful peninsula encircled by the Mahaweli River, lie the Peradeniya Botanical Gardens; Filled with all forms of majestic and exotic tropical flora, a walk in the Gardens will be a truly unforgettable experience, both to the botanist and the ordinary tourist.
  • Ancient Temples

    The Embekke, Gadaladeniya and Lankatilake temples lie in the middle of some of the most beautiful countryside you could encounter in the Kandyan region. Dating back to the 14th century, these ancient temples, with their exquisite art and architecture and their rustic setting, are perhaps the best embodiments of the old Kandyan spirit and atmosphere.
  • Tea Museum

    The Hantane range on which the bungalow is located has scope for a wide range of nature activities, including hiking, trekking, biking and bird-watching. A varying landscape of mountain forest, rolling grasslands and tea plantations unfolds across this mountain range. Close by is the Tea Museum, housed in an old tea factory and a treasure trove of information on Sri Lanka's greatest agro-industry.
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