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  • If the boredom of city life has brought you down, there are some truly amazing resorts in Kandy to offer you just the respite and peace you’re craving. Located about a three-hour drive away from the bustling streets of Colombo, Kandy is home to several tea plantations and mountain ranges which ensure that the city remains blessed with pleasant weather throughout the year. These resorts boast of astounding views of the rivers, valleys, and mountains of Kandy while providing you with the comforts of home.

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    Most of the Kandy resorts are located within close proximity from the airport, making it convenient for travellers. However, if you’re itching to spend some quality time away from the mainstream crowd, there are enough resorts tucked away within the wild folds of Kandy. 

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    Inspired by a heady mix of contemporary and traditional styles reflected in the design as well as the ambience, the below-mentioned resorts take the cake when it comes to comfort and hospitality.

    Checkout These Kandy Resorts Below- 

  • 01Amaya Resort

    When it comes to luxury, there are few resorts in Kandy that can beat the Amaya Hills Resort. Influenced by the regal charms pertaining to the age of royals families, the Amaya Hills resort is a landmark resort that others strive to match. Offering breathtaking views of the neighbouring mountain ranges and valleys, the resort boasts of impeccable hospitality to ensure you a truly royal stay. 

    The in-house spa vows to assure you total relaxation after the day’s activities have left you with sore muscles. The restaurant is acclaimed for its traditional cuisines cooked in spices obtained from the island itself! With four different categories of rooms that offer great views of the mountains, the resort also houses an infinity pool overlooking the mountain valley! It simply doesn’t get any better than this.

    Amenities & Facilities:

    • Infinity pool

    • Fitness centre

    • Restaurant

    • Romantic excursions

    • Family actives

    • Onsite camping

    • Spa

    Price: Prices start at INR 3,500 per night

    Location: Amaya Hills, Herrassagala
  • 02Thilanka Resort and Spa

    Nestled amidst the heritage city of Dambulla, Thilanka Resort and Spa is considered as one of the most exquisite Kandy resorts. Set against the refreshing canvas of foggy mountains and lush greenery, the resort has been nicknamed as ‘The Garden of Pleasures’, and rightfully so. Some rooms of the resort look out at the beautiful orchards near the whispering Dambulla river. 

    Lined with elegant, palatial villas furnished with four deluxe rooms, the resort brings the cultural nuances of Sri Lanka to life. For a completely relaxed evening, head to the in-house spa to pamper your senses.

    Amenities & Facilities::

    • Orchard view rooms

    • Tennis court

    • Plantation tour

    • Spa

    • Cricket stadium

    • Nature walks

    • Swimming pool

    Price: Rooms starting at INR 6,000 per night

    Location: 51 Godawalaya Morragollawa, Dambulla

  • 03 Randholee Resort & Spa

    Carrying an unprecedented mix of food, culture, and luxury, Randholeee Resort is essentially a melting pot of various cultures. Set against the beautiful backdrop of mighty mountain ranges, the resort hosts regular boat rides over lake Kandy, along with nature hikes to explore the vast greenery of the surrounding woods. The resort sits snugly in the embrace of Mount Pleasant, and the rooms open up to breathtaking views of said mountain ranges that make it one of the best resorts in Kandy.

    The colour palette of the rooms is influenced by the colours of the Earth. The rooms are furnished with top Amenities & Facilities: that leaves you with no complaints! Not to mention, the in-house spa takes it upon itself to rid you of all fatigue, leaving you rejuvenated. Also, the resort is widely chosen for corporate events.

    Amenities & Facilities::

    • Infinity pool

    • Business centre

    • Spa

    • Fitness centre

    • Badminton court

    • Shopping centre

    • Conference facilities

    Price: Rooms start at INR 2,600 per night

    Location: Heerassagala Road, Bowalawatte, Kandy

  • 04 Aarunya Nature Resort and Spa

    Think luxury and sustainability don’t mingle? The Aarunya Nature Resort and Spa, one of the few eco-friendly resorts in Kandy, vows to convince you of otherwise. The name ‘Aarunya’ in Sanskrit translates to “first rays of the Sun”, and aptly enough, the resort is home to some of the most phenomenal sunrises in the city. 

    Nestled amidst the verdant bounds of Kandy, the resort boasts of mountain-top villas that afford breathtaking views of the Knuckles Mountain range. Aiming to protect mother nature while ensuring you a luxurious stay, the resort features various types of rooms and suites depending on your budget. Each one is furnished elegantly, with commendable Amenities & Facilities: and views of the stunning Knuckles mountains.

    Amenities & Facilities::

    • Complimentary breakfast

    • Restaurant

    • Shuttle facility

    • Spa

    • Fitness centre

    • Bar

    Price: Rooms start at INR 10,000 per night

    Location: 100 Malgamandeniya Road, Alawatugoda 20140, Sri Lanka

  • 05The Secret Kandy

    Conveying sheer elegance and luxury, The Secret Kandy, as the name suggests, is an exotic retreat tucked away within the shady boundaries of Kandy. Surrounded by the beauty of cool trees, what was once the residence of the eminent philosopher Siddi Lebbe now stands as one of the richest resorts in Kandy. 

    Designed with a unique fusion of traditional splendour and contemporary elements, the resort is home to four different categories of rooms - family suite, junior suite, penthouse suite, and deluxe room. A favourite amongst travellers, the resort promises to pamper and lull your senses like never before.

    Amenities & Facilities::

    • Sun terrace

    • Garden

    • Swimming pool

    • Games section

    • Special diet meals

    • Cars on hire

    Price: Rooms start at INR 13,000 per night

    Location: No. 25, Lady Gordon's Drive, Kandy
  • 06 Kandy Rivers Edge Nature Resort

    A great hideout in the verdant arms of nature, Kandy Rivers Edge Nature Resort is one of the most affordable yet luxurious Kandy resorts. Elegantly designed and equipped with modern facilities, the hospitality of the resort is unmatched. Featuring spacious, well-designed rooms with impeccable facilities, there is probably no place better than Kandi Rivers Edge Nature Resort to relax and unwind by the riverside. 

    Spend a relaxing day up on the rooftop, treating yourself to beautiful vistas around, or go hiking!

    Amenities & Facilities::

    • Private balcony

    • Rooftop

    • Billiard table

    • Hiking Tour

    Price: Rooms starting at INR 2,500 per night

    Location: Thekkawatta Road, Tennekumbura, Kandy

  • 07 Brookside Resort by Earl's

    Teaming the simplicity of nature and comforts of luxury, Brookside Resort is one of the most chosen Kandy resorts. A favourite amongst couples and honeymooners, the resort is engulfed in endless greenery that promises some much-needed solitude and privacy. The hill on which the resort sits overlooks the Dumbara Valley and features spacious, homely rooms with modern facilities. 

    Boasting of an outdoor swimming pool looking out at the expanses of greenery, the resort is warm and welcoming to all!

    Amenities & Facilities::

    • Indoor / outdoor dining

    • Outdoors swimming pool

    • Kid’s play area

    • Rooftop library

    • Indoor games

    • Excursions

    • Rooftop dining

    Price: Rooms starting at 1,200 per night

    Location: Dumbara Valley, Elkaduwa Road, Wattegama

  • 08Hantana Holiday Resort

    Lodged by the foothills of the Hanthana mountains, amidst the verdant expanses of greenery, Hantana Holiday Resort is one of the best nature resorts in Kandy. The resort’s design mirrors the simplicity and elegance of nature, touched with a dollop of modernity to ensure homely comforts. The resort features spacious, beautifully designed rooms with private balconies that look out over the stunning misty mountains towering over vast stretches of greenery. 

    Each room boasts of impeccable design and facilities, conducive to a delightful stay. The in-house restaurant serves tantalising Sri Lankan dishes to pamper your taste buds. In all, Hantana Holiday Resort is the perfect getaway into nature!

    Amenities & Facilities::

    • Traditional cooking classes

    • Barbecue facility

    • Wi-Fi

    • Parking

    Price: Rooms start at INR 1,500 per night

    Location: 6/a/1, Circular Rd, Kandy, Sri Lanka

  • 09 Santani Wellness Resort & Spa

    If you’re looking for the welcoming arms of luxury in the remote corners of Kandy, the Santani Wellness Resort and Spa is your best bet. Located about an hour’s drive away from the heart of Kandy city, the resort is sprawled across 48 acres of lush greenery of a former tea plantation. Perched at an altitude of 2,800 ft. above sea level, Santani boasts of a pleasant climate throughout the year. 

    Designed with elegant, contemporary touches, the resort features comfortable and well-furnished rooms that redefine minimalism. There are 16 Mountain View Chalets that take luxury up a notch! In order to encourage the concept of digital detox, there are no televisions on the premises, although Wi-Fi is available on demand. If you’re looking for a nature retreat, a respite from the city life, you’re at the perfect place.

    Amenities & Facilities::

    • Mountain views

    • Restaurant

    • Spa

    • Garden views

    Price: Rooms start at INR 22,000 per night

    Location: Aratenna Estate, 00013, Sri Lanka

  • 10Nature Walk Resort

    If the passion is verdant greenery and breathtaking scenic extravaganza then the ideal stop is Nature Walk Resort located at a distance of 1km from Temple of the Tooth in Kandy. Surrounded by forested areas this resort provides a serene and harmonious ambience which promises rejuvenation and relaxation of both mind and the soul.

    Simple terracotta tiles and French doors and subtle room decoration highlights the simplicity of the accommodation. Stretched balconies give a captivating view of the salubrious smoky hills, green treetops and starry nights which makes the stay more arresting. It is quite an advantage that it is a centrally located resort which makes it easily commutable from all parts of the city and there are taxi services arranged from the resort itself.

    Amenities & Facilities::

    • Restaurant

    • Laundry

    • Room Service

    • Parking

    Price: Rs 1555 to Rs 3312 approx

    Location: No 9 Sangamitha Road, Kandy 20000, Sri Lanka
  • 11 La Cabana Resort & Spa

    Set along the banks of the Mahaweli river, the La Cabana Resort & Spa is one of the finest resorts in Kandy. The resort is equipped with spacious, well-furnished rooms featuring private balconies that promise some of the best views of the gurgling river below. The river beckons you for a beautiful evening, where you can indulge in camping and barbecues - a beautiful end to a day spent exploring the bountiful nooks of Kandy. 

    The in-house restaurant here specialises in Sri Lankan, Chinese, and Western cuisine. You can also hire a bicycle, car, or a bike at the resort to explore Kandy extensively, and then head to the in-house spa to unwind.

    Amenities & Facilities::

    • Garden

    • Spa

    • Rooftop

    • Fishing

    • BBQ facilities

    • Shuttle services

    • Private balcony

    • Restaurant

    • Vehicle Hire

    • Spa

    Price: INR 1,390 / LKR 3,520 per night

    Location: No 21, Sirimalwatta 20000, Sri Lanka

  • 12Kandy Hills Resort

    In the backdrop of lush tropical greenery, close to the heart of the city, Kandy Hill Resort is an ideal destination to spend relaxing holiday in world heritage city of Kandy. The property promises captivating and mesmerizing pictorial views of the luscious and smoky mountain ranges, fascinating ambience, creatively designed room décor, simple sophisticated furniture’s, hygienic and clean surroundings and absolute peaceful relaxation.

    The in house restaurant specializes in Local Sri Lankan cuisine and Continental styles of food which can be also be enjoyed as room service. The greatest advantage of choosing Kandy Hill Resort is its location which is only a few kilometres from both Kandy Railway station and bus station. The tourist spots are also close which makes it quite preferred by travellers.

    Amenities & Facilities::

    • Free Parking

    • Wi-Fi

    • Garden area

    • Restaurant
    • Room service

    Rs 3045 to Rs 4805 approx

    Location:  No. 84 Rajaphilla Mawatha, Kandy 20000, Sri Lanka
  • 13Kandy Panorama Resort

    Located around 2 km away from the city centre, Kandy Panorama Resort is one of the most widely chosen resorts in Kandy. It is perched atop a mountain cliff that towers the vast stretches of Dumbara Valley. Though available at relatively affordable prices, the resort is nothing short of a luxury. The restaurant is famous for its mouthwatering Asian and continental delicacies that you can enjoy with mind-blowing views of the Knuckles Mountain range! 

    The rooms are furnished with private balconies that open up to incredible views of the Mahaweli river. Retire to the hotel garden at the end of a long, adventurous day to rejuvenate your senses, or head to the balcony to treat yourself to the sun setting over the mountain ranges! The resort is a mere 15 minutes drive away from the city of Kandy and ensures a delightful stay.

    Amenities & Facilities

    • Bar
    • Restaurant

    • Free Wi-Fi

    • Garden

    • Guided tours

    • Wheelchair accessibility

    • Private balcony

    Price: Rooms starting at INR 1,710 per night

    Location: 352/H Off Dhamaraja Mawatha, Kandy

  • 14Pinecrest Resort

    Nestled along the vast Gurukele mountain range Pine crest is one of the famous resorts in Kandy that provides excellent pictorial views and tranquil surroundings. Extensive mountain ranges stretched forested areas and lush greenery forms the backdrop of Pinecrest which is a semi-luxurious accommodation in the historic majestic city of Kandy.

    Decorated with simple styles and classy sophistication the rooms provide subtle peacefulness and a grand view of the majestic mountains and natural forest. The resort holds an exclusive dining area which serves western and local cuisines. Arrangements for live music and DJ Band can be made with prior intimation.

    Amenities & Facilities::

    • Swimming Pool

    • Buffet Meals

    • Outdoor Barbecue

    • Trekking and Mount Climbing

    • Outdoor activity assistance 

    Price: Rs 6000-Rs 8500 approx. 

    Location: 16km from Kandy City Center 
  • 15Kandy Mountain Resort

    Resting stop verdant hills, Kandy Mountain Resort offers a quiet, peaceful escape into the bounties of nature. A unique amalgamation of rustic charm and warm comfort, the resort promises commendable hospitality and Amenities & Facilities including bicycles and cars on hire. The rooms are well-furnished and spacious enough to make sure you have a comfortable stay. 

    You can also request guided tours near the resort or adventure activities on site. The in-house restaurant is a great place to try out the local cuisine, and if required, special diet meals can also be arranged.

    Amenities & Facilities::

    • Airport shuttle

    • Bridal suite

    • Currency exchange

    • Vehicles on hire

    • Hiking

    • Barbecue facilities

    • Guided tours

    • Special diet meals

    Price: Rooms start at INR 3,000 per night

    Location: Pitakanda Road, Kandy

Sightseeing in Kandy

Adventure in Kandy



Tea Estate Trails

Waking up early in the morning and being served the finest bed tea by the butler will be a delight in itself. The tea planter will take you through the entire tea making process starting from the fields where the tea was first plucked and then taken to the factory where all the conversions take place. The tea trails will take you to the colonial era time. The afternoon cream tea is something to truly relish. The nearby places are an appropriate place to walk, cycle and biking.

 Close to Hatton, near Bogawantawala valley.

: Ceylon Tea Trails, Sri Lanka which is a must watch.

Best Time:
December to April.

Price: The approximate price ranges from 484 LKR to 1626 LKR.


British Garrison Cemetery

This striking European style graveyard has many stories to tell of the young souls who died during the British Colonisation of SriLanka.  The most heartfelt part of this beautiful old churchyard is the 163 graves of young men, women, and children that take us back to time immemorial. Most of the tombs have inscriptions written on the lives of these good souls (few brave soldiers, many infants, and land owners).The cemetery was established in 1817 and today is being nurtured by a Caretaker, Charles Carmichael.

Shadowed by trees and overlooking a gorgeous lake, this place is completely sound free. Charles, who also acts as a guide, tours you through the entire cemetery and narrates each life of the rested bodies quite fascinatingly.

Location: Few meters uphill from the National Museum, Kandy.

Timings: 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM every day

Millenium Elephant Foundation

MEF is an estate as vast as 15 acres and is dwelling to countless of majestic elephants. The name of the estate, Samragiri has been inherited from the Samarasinghe family who have lived here for many generations. It is the only foundation where visitors are allowed to ride elephants bare back and interact with them with safety measures in the form of a educational tour. The foundation also provides a special Elephant Walk where you would be taken a 30 minute walk along with the animal.

MEF has charity trusts for the welfare of these humble animals.

Highlights: One hour educational walk and a tour of the museum, personally bathing the elephants, exotic walk on the grounds of the estate with an elephant, entry to Maximus Dung Paper factory.

Price: 2000LKR for foreigners and 100 LKR

Location: Randeniya, Hiriwadunna, Kegalle

Timings: 8:30 am to 4 pm, all days

Spice Garden

Spice Gardens forms a key attraction of Sri Lanka. The country is famous across the globe for its rare collection of herbs and spices. The key attraction of this location is to explore the popular as well as the rarest herbs being sown and processed in the most exquisite manner. Herbs those are common in a household like Turmeric, Pepper Corns, Cloves, Cardamom, Nutmeg, Vanilla, Cinnamon, Cocoa, Aloe Vera, etc are being processed here. The best part of visiting the Spice Garden in Kandy is to gather knowledge about the herbs, their growth process, their benefits and usefulness in Human life. The natural environment and serene beauty of the Garden is one of the mesmerizing experiences for every traveler. Away from the hustle of city life, this is a complete contrast of environment.

Located: Located at the Hill capital, Kandy this is close to Botanical Garden


Bahiravokanda Vihara Buddha Statue

This place showcases a breathtaking view of the entire Kandy town. The 88ft high statue of Buddha is something one should not miss while in Kandy. The white statue can be seen from any part of the Peradeniya city as it is strategically located on top of the Bahirava Kanda (devil’s) hill. You can either climb the steps to reach the viewpoint or else hire a tuk-tuk to do so. The beauty of the statue doubles during the night when it is lit by lamps. Best hour to visit this place is early morning or after sunset.

Panoramic view of the city down, including a view of the lake, tea factory, and football stadium; gallery that has artefacts based on life of Buddha; a souvenir shop which has lovely goodies at a much friendlier price

Location: Peradeniya, Kandy.

Price: Approximate price starts from 200 LKR.

Timings: Open 24 hours a day.

Commonwealth War Cemetery

This cemetery is maintained and served by the commonwealth war commission office. This graveyard is a humble reminder of those brave hearts of the country who sacrificed their lives protecting the nation’s honour during the World War II. The cemetery is beautifully kept and has over 190 tombs. Apparently, this place was initially known as Pitakande Military Cemetery and was owned by the Military authorities until it was taken over by the war Commission.

It is also noted that Army Graves from over 10 burial grounds have been transferred to this cemetery till 1958.  There are 6 commonwealth war cemeteries in Sri Lanka, but the Kandy War Cemetery is considered the best amongst all because of its stunning landscape and well kept land.

Highlights: The Kandy Botanical garden Location: Deveni Rajasinghe, Kandy

Price: No entry fee; the place is run by donation

Timings: 10 am to noon and 1 pm to 6 pm


Explore The Temple of The Truth

Nestled close to the Udawattakele Sanctuary, The Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic is one of the most important shrines of Sri Lanka. Also named as Dalada Maligawa, this temple is based in the royal palace of the Kingdom of Kandy. Housing the legendary Budda tooth, the temple is a World Heritage site though very little are the remnants of the original temple built around 1600. Amazing ornamentation with golden fence and extravagant Canadian architecture makes it a blissful sight for the visitors. Dedicated monks unanimously chant the prayers of Malwatte and Aegirine , three times every day, during dawn, noontime and evening at the inner temple. Every Wednesday a holy symbolic bath of the Relic is done is fragrant water and that water is distributed among the visitors known to have healing powers.

Location: Royal Palace, Kandy

Time: 5:30 AM to 8:00 PM

Price: Approximate price starts from 1000 LKR  to 2134 LKR

Perandeniya Botanical Gardens

Peradeniya Gardens is a spacious 147 acre of natural extravaganza consisting of more than 4000 species of plants, and 10,000 varied kinds of trees, incidentally serves as the largest garden of Sri Lanka. The unique and rarest collection in these gardens is the Giant Bamboo of Burma which grows 12 inches each day to a height of 40 meters. Apart from this other amazing collections include Javan fig tree, Cannonball tree, Double Coconut Palm and about 200 other varieties of palm trees and versatile collection of flora.

The Peradeniya Botanical Garden is one prime tourist attraction of hill country and remains quite flooded with tourists every weekend. One can pack some food to enjoy an open air picnic here or can relish the cafeteria inside serving local and western cuisine.

Location: 5.5km from Kandy

Best Time: 7:30am to 5:00pm

Price: 2353LKR for adults and 1177LKR for child.(approx)


Udawattekele Sanctuary

The Udawattekele Sanctuary, also known as Royal Park Palace is located at the hilly terrains of the Temple of Tooth Relic. The sanctuary scatters around 257 acres and is deemed as the most important Bio Reserve of the country. The sanctuary, centuries back was a kingdom named Kandyan and jungle area on the far side of the palace was known as the Uda Wasala Watta or the upper palace garden; hence the name.

The forest reserve was made into a sanctuary in 1938. Additionally, the forest’s catchment areas provide fresh water to the lake and the city avail its air purification supplies from this royal forest reserve.

Highlights: Quite a few Buddhist temples, water pond, Kodimale Peak, Senkanda Cave and Garrison Cemetery.

Entry Fee: Rs. 570 for foreigners and Rs. 30 for Srilankans

Location: Wevelpitiya Road, Kandy

 Timings: Everyday. But it is safe not to visit the sanctuary during rainy season

Royal Palace of Kandy

The Royal palace of the Kandyan Kingdom is the last reminiscence of the reigning King of Kandayan, Sri Wickrama Rajasinghe. The palace dates back to the 14th century, yet witnessing the glory and glamour of the kingdom is stupendous. The Palace has seen scars from many wars and tremors of foreign invaders like the Portuguese.

The Royal court, another architectural capture has confronted many meetings formed by the king and it is here that the end of Kandyan Kingdom convention was signed.
The temple of Tooth contributes maximum attraction to the tourists. Even though, the original palace walls have been burnt and rebuilt, the interiors remain the same.

Highlights: Dalada Maligawa - Temple of Tooth (relic of Buddha’s Tooth), Royal Court (Magul Maduwa), Queen’s Bathing pavilion – Ulpange and the Royal gardens inside the Palace gates

 Location: Sri Dalads Veediya

 Kandy Price: Rs 100 per head Timings: 8:30 am to 4:30 pm

Kandy View Point

The mesmerizing view point is located on the Rajapihilla Mawatha and is ranked 5th out of 105 tourist attractions in Kandy. The place is located near the Kandy Lake and is enclosed in breathtaking landscapes of mountains and meadows. From the city, you have to take the Rajapihilla Mawatha Route, after which a 1 km steep climb will guide you to the view point. You can also hire a tuk-tuk to reach the top.The panoramic view that you would get to see is worth the pain of the ascent. The entire Kandy town lies ahead of your eye, and from the top, you can also spot the Kandy lake and Dalada Maligawa.

: Panoramic view of the city, souvenir shops, art galleries

Location: Rajapihilla Mawatha, Kandy

Timings: Anytime during the day.


Take a Walk around Kandy Lake

One of the greatest attraction and a must do for the visitors of the hill country, Kandy, is to take a walking tour around Kandy Lake which dominates the heavenly location with its cascading beauty. A silent stroll especially during the sunset time, enjoying the sounds of nature is a splendid way of coming close to Mother Earth and devouring the blissfulness. Being based next to Temple of the Tooth this is an artificial lake built in 1807 by the Royal King of Sri Lanka.

The whole walk is around 2.1 mile and consists of enchanting scenic splendor covered with several rest zones where one can sit and enjoy the harmony and serene beauty of the Temple and the lake. In the midst of the lake there is a small island with palm trees making the lake look more eye arresting.


 Location: Heart of the city, Kandy

Ceylon Tea Museum

Located at Hantane, the 1925 vintage Ceylon Tea Museum is one of the important attractions of the hill country, Kandy in Sri Lanka. The Tea Museum is a building of four floors where from ground floor to second floor it’s all old machineries, library and auditorium. For purchasing lip smacking variety and flavors of Sri Lankan tea one must visit the third floor which is sales unit. The fourth floor comprises of a magnificent restaurant where one can enjoy a free cup and the captivating and breathtaking surrounding view of the hill country from the top. One can visualize Matale Range and Kunckles Range through a telescope positioned here. From the top it’s an encircling view of green landscape comprising tea plantations of myriad types.

 Location: Hantane Road, Kandy

 Best Time: Tuesday – Sunday, 8:30am to 4: 30pm

Price: 1070LKR for adults and 428LKR for child.(approx)

Wales Park

For that perfect fun time along with your family and friends Wales Park is the best option for you while you are visiting Sri Lanka. For your bucket list this is another best places to visit in Sri Lanka. Situated at the top of a small hill this park overlooks the Kandy Lake, this park is known for its majestic view. This park is also known as The Royal Palace Park.

Highlights: There is one Japanese field gun in the park which was captured by the British 14th Army in Burma during World War II and presented to the city of Kandy by Lord Mountbatten.

Location: The Wales Park is located at Rajapihilla Mawatha, Kandy 20000, Sri Lanka

Price: The approximate price for the entry is 219 LKR.

International Buddhist Museum

Located close to the Temple of the Tooth, inside the royal palace complex, The International Buddhist Museum is a complete knowledge base and a showcase of the spread of Buddhism throughout Asia. There are separate rooms dedicated to different countries illustrating Buddhism in that location. There are photographs, models and gigantic statues which portray the spread and influence of Buddhism on people in various places.

: Close to Temple of Tooth, Kandy

To get a better knowledge about the spread of Buddhism displayed here one can opt for a free audio guide which is available at the ticket counter or can opt for a tourist guide at 1070LKR who explains the whole location. Do wear covered clothes from shoulder to toe and remove the shoes. There’s an elevator in the Museum which allows disabled visitors to access the Museum. 

: 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM

Price: Approximate price starts from 1070 LKR per adult

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