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Buddhist Temple
“Sri Dalada Maligawa or the Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic is a Buddhist temple in the city of Kandy, Sri Lanka. It is located in the royal palace complex of the former Kingdom of Kandy, which houses the relic of the tooth of the Buddha”
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Botanical Garden
“Royal Botanic Gardens, Peradeniya are about 5.5 km to the west of the city of Kandy in the Central Province of Sri Lanka. It attracts 2 million visitors annually.[1] It is near the Mahaweli River (the longest in Sri Lanka).[2] It is renowned for its collection of orchids. The garden includes more than 4000 species of plants, including orchids, spices, medicinal plants and palm trees.[1] Attached to it is the National Herbarium of Sri Lanka. The total area of the botanical garden is 147 acres (0.59 km2), at 460 meters above sea level, and with a 200-day annual rainfall. It is managed by the Division of National Botanic Gardens of the Department of Agriculture. ”
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Place to shop
“KCC Kandy City Center is Kandy's only big commercial mall. The mall looks pretty neat on the inside, You get many shops with quality products and food court is excellent from different kind of food different countries ”
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National Park
“Horton Plains National Park is a beautiful nature reserve with mysterious landscapes and mountains. The park is located on a 2000-meter high plateau and includes grasslands, thick forests, foggy lakes, waterfalls and huge rocks. It is an excellent place for birdwatchers, but there are more animals such as boar monkeys, deer and even some leopards. The most famous highlight in the park is World’s End. Here the plateau ends in a deep abyss of 870 meters. This provides an amazing view of the surrounding villages, tea plantations and the valley. You have the best view at sunrise in the dry season (October to March). After 9 o’clock in the morning it is often very foggy.   Travel tips Horton Plains & World’s End – Horton Plains is approximately 1 hour’s drive from Nuwara Eliya. You can book a complete tour or just the transport. A return by minivan costs around € 25. – The walk from the entrance of Horton Plains to World’s End is 4 kilometers. Keep in mind that you will leave Nuwara Eliya very early if you want to see the sunrise. – The entire hiking route to World’s End is a 9.5-kilometer tour where you can also visit the Baker Falls waterfalls. It takes about 3 hours at a leisurely walking pace (excluding the stop at World’s End). – Entrance fees for Horton Plains are approximately € 15 per adult, 50% discount for kids 6-12 years.   Best hotels Horton Plains & World’s End Nuwara Eliya is a good base if you want to visit Horton Plains for a day. Our hotel tips for Nuwara Eliya can be found at number 6. But sleeping in or near the park is also possible: Budget to Mid-range: Hill Safari or World’s End Lodge. ”
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Nature Preserve
“A historic forest reserve on a hill-ridge in the city of Kandy. During the days of the Kandyan kingdom, Udawattakele was known as "Uda Wasala Watta" in Sinhalese meaning "the garden above the royal palace”
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“The Lion Rock of Sigiriya is one of the most famous highlights in Sri Lanka. The photogenic rock is over 200 meters high and is on the UNESCO World Heritage List. On top of this rock stood the palace of King Kasyapa in the 5th century. You can still see the ruins of the palace at the top, from where you have an amazing view over the vast green jungle. The rock owes its name to the lion, carved in stone, which guards the stairs. Now only the legs are left. At the foot of the rock you will find beautifully landscaped gardens, canals, a small museum and countless monkeys roaming around. The climb up, via almost 1900 steps, is tough but well worth it. Halfway up you can make a stop at the well-preserved murals of undressed women and at a smoothly polished mirror wall in which the king could admire himself. Travel tips Sigiriya Visit Sigiriya early in the morning when it is still cool. The climb is even harder in the afternoon heat. Although the late afternoon is a bit quieter in terms of visitors. From Colombo and Kandy you can also book a full day tour to Sigiriya, often including a visit to the Dambulla Cave Temples. Take into account crowds and a fairly hefty entrance fee of approximately $ 30. Best hotels Sigiriya Budget: Sigiri Tarushan Home Stay Homestay: Sigiriya Peacock Homestay Mid-range: Sigiriya Riverside Villa with normal rooms and tree houses! Comfortable luxury: Hotel Sigiriya ”
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“The main park in Nuwara Eliya is called Victoria Park, in honor of Queen Victoria’s 60th Jubilee coronation in 1897. The park spreads out on 27 acres of land and is full of foreign trees and flowers. ”
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Botanical Garden
“Haggala Botanical garden is 6 km away from our property and it is most beautiful botanical garden with a huge variety of flowers and plants. ”
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“This is one of the largest botanical gardens in the South east asia and It is renowned for its collection of orchids.”
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“A hike to this small, scenic waterfall also offers sweeping views of tea plantations & the city”
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“Pidurangala is a massive rock formation located a few kilometers north of Sigiriya in Sri Lanka. It has an interesting history closely related to that of the Sigiriya Rock Fortress. Climbing to the top of Pidurangala rock”
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Historic Site
“Dambulla is a “must” during your trip through Sri Lanka, but only because of the famous Dambulla Cave Temples! The caves are on top of a 160 meter high rock, from where a giant golden Buddha is luring you inside. There are 5 different caves that you can visit with around 150 different Buddha statues and murals. The beautiful images vary in size. Many have been here for 2000 years, when King Valagamba sought refuge in the caves and had the temples carved out of it. Dambulla is a popular place of pilgrimage among Sri Lankan Buddhists. The view over the area is also beautiful here.   Travel tips Dambulla – Entrance fees for the Dambulla Cave Temples are approximately € 10 per adult, children are free. – Apart from the cave temples, Dambulla does not have much to offer visitors anymore. We therefore advise you not to stay in this busy city longer than necessary during your holiday in Sri Lanka. Plan your visit to the Dambulla Cave Temples on the outward or return journey to Sigiriya. If you decide to stay in Dambulla, 1 night is enough.   Best hotels Dambulla Budget: New Peacock Resort or Dambulla City Hostel Mid-range: Dambulla Rock Arch Comfortable luxury: Arika Villa or Thilanka Resort & Spa ”
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“Only if you are nature lover visit this place. If not this will be very boring place to you. Before this place was agricultural land. Sometimes you can see animal species which are specific to Sri Lanka. There is an observation place in moon plains. You can see mountain range in 360°view. And there is a border of central province of Sri Lanka and Uva province. You can capture group photos here with 360 ° view. It is very awesome. ”
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Scenic Lookout
“One of the widest waterfalls in Sri Lanka and is commonly known as the ‘Little Niagara of Lanka’. The St Clair’s falls is situated 3 kilometers west of the Thalawakale Town on the Hatton-Thalawakale Highway in Nuwara Eliya District. The Kotmale River a tributary of the longest river in Sri Lanka, River Mahaweli is the water source for the falls – which slopes down over three rock outcrops to a large pool of water. The waterfall consists of two falls ‘Maha Ella’ (Sinhalese for the Greater Fall) which is approximately 80 metres high and 50 metres wide while the ‘Kuda Ella’ (Sinhalese for the Smaller Fall) is 50 metres high and located just below the downstream of the Maha Ella.”
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Dance Studio
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“Devon Falls, Nuwara Eliya is especially recognized for its clear view from the Hatton-Nuwara Eliya Road. And for the great deal of excitement a special viewpoint is setup from Dimbula with parking facilities. If you need to find out the place it is right opposite to the famous Mlesna tea factory where you can have a fresh cup of tea as well. No matter you intentionally arrived to see Devon falls or not, every single person who passes by breaks for a little rest at this point. Devon falls is named after a British planter who was a pioneer in introducing and expanding coffee plantations in Sri Lanka.”
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Meilleurs restaurants

“The pub is in an excellent location and is a great bar! Really enjoyed you will enjoie night out there!”
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“This popular venue offers a variety of authentic indian cuisine, which is prepared by a celebrity chef who hails from North India.”
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“Kentucky Fried Chicken is a globally recognised franchise so I believe the visitors will feel comfortable with the food and the atmosphere.”
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Restaurant végétarien/vegan
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Food Court
“Budget and Clean Food .. Guaranteed . Favourite local cuisine and many more. Best reviewed from tourists.”
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Fast Food Restaurant
“One of the best places in Nuwara Eliya, sometimes it gets crowded due to cost effectiveness and popularity.”
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