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Sri Dalada Maligawa

Sri Dalada Maligawa

The Sri Dalada Maligawa is surrounded by lush green mountains, Kandy Lake and most of the Sri Lankan tea estates are situated close to Kandy mainly because of the pleasing weather the city has. The temple is open from dawn to dusk. It houses a tooth relic of the Lord Buddha, and is consequently considered one of Sri Lanka’s most holy shrines. The Sri Dalada Maligawa has a great religious value to Sri Lanka and Buddhists around the world. Because of these in 1998 the UNESCO declared Dalada Maligawa (The temple of tooth relic) as a world heritage site.

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Hunnas Falls

Hunnas Falls

In Elkaduwa, a village in the Kandy city of Matale District, Hunnas falls or Hunnasgiriya waterfall is located. The waterfall is originated from Hunnasgiriya peak which is situated at the one end of knuckles range. Around the water fall, a rich botany of hill country is available. On your way to Hunnas falls you can treat your eyes with greeny tea plants and traditional village views. The cool climate which ranges between 17degrees to 25degrees welcomes more tourists to adore the picturesque view.

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Sembuwatta

Sembuwatta

Sembuwatta Lake is a tourist attraction situated at Elkaduwa in the Matale District of Sri Lanka, adjacent to the Campbell’s Lane Forest Reserve. A paradise like location which is a lake of natural spring water, serves as one of the major attractions of the hill country. It is set amongst the sprawling tea gardens, and reflects the environment at its most magnificent. Towering from the lake are the beautiful green mountains with a thick pines forest where you can take time to climb up.

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