Has a design concept of South Indian origin
with a Devake attached to it.
The Lankathilaka Temple is considered to be one of the best preserved example of traditional sinhalese temple architecture. Built on a rock, the temple is reached by a long series of rock cut steps.
A Fabulous array of colonial buildings and authenc shopping experiences when you walk through this historical city. The colorful display of spices (le) at the Municipal Market Place together with its other fruits & vegetables display is a special sight to visitors.
It is a beauful property nestled away amidst lush greenery. Guests enjoy free access to the outdoor swimming pool and vast golf course. Free Wi-Fi access is available at all public areas. The Climate is the ultimate combination of Sun and also cool breeze blowing across the most fascinangly designed and challenging Golf Courses, ranked among the 100 Most Beauful Golf Courses in the World.
Situated within the city limits of Kandy established in 1817, today around 195 graves have been idenﬁed. The Cemetery is managed by St. Paul’s Church and its open daily from 8 am to 6 pm. Now no burials take place here now except in case of those having a relative already buried here.
This is where a large number of young elephants orphaned together with adults are kept and taken care of, it is located in the village Pinnawala in the district of Kegalle at a distance of 40km from Kandy city.
The Royal Botanical Garden, Peradeniya is situated about 5 km to the west of the city centre at Peradeniya and is visited by 2 million people per year. It is the largest botanical garden on the island extending to 147 acres and containing over 4000 species of plants. Knuckles Mountain Range in Kandy is a world heritage site of UNESCO. Alagalla Mountain Range is also named in English as Potato Range both are famous for trekking in Sri Lanka.
On the north shore of the lake, which was enclosed by a parapet of white stone dang to the beginning of the 19th century, are the city’s oﬃcial religious monuments, including the Royal Palace and the Temple of the Tooth, Known as the Dalada Maligawa reconstructed in the 18th century.