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Kandy


Kandy offers its visitors a unique experience with its diverse range of sights located in and around the city. These sights range from cultural, religious, historical and environmental attractions located in and around Kandy. In order to witness all these attractions and partake in the fabulous activities, visitors will require a few days worth of indulgence.

If you are a water sports lover and desire a sense of adventure, indulge in white-water rafting. The ideal venue for this sport is on the waters of the mighty Mahaweli River that travels around Kandy.

The ideal period to visit this city is during the month of August, where the annual “Esela Perehara” hosted by the Temple of the Tooth takes place. Considered one of the most prestigious events of the country, thousands flock the streets of Kandy to witness the beauty of this parade, which includes skilful dancers, decorated elephants, drummers and much more.

However, if you are travelling to Kandy for another month, there are still plenty of sights to see. The Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic, which is located in the heart of Kandy, enshrines the sacred tooth relic that is regarded as an epitome of Buddhism.

 

Attractions and things to do in Kandy

  • The Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic
  • Kandy Lake
  • Peradeniya Botanic Garden
  • Kandyan Dance Show
  • Esela Perehara
  • Pinnewala Elephant Orphanage
  • Bahirawakanda Vihara Buddha Statue
  • Dalada Maligawa Museum
  • Udawattakele Forest Reserve
  • Degal Doruwa Raja Maha Vihara

Kandy offers its visitors a unique experience with its diverse range of sights located in and around the city. These sights range from cultural, religious, historical and environmental attractions located in and around Kandy. In order to witness all these attractions and partake in the fabulous activities, visitors will require a few days worth of indulgence.

If you are a water sports lover and desire a sense of adventure, indulge in white-water rafting. The ideal venue for this sport is on the waters of the mighty Mahaweli River that travels around Kandy.

The ideal period to visit this city is during the month of August, where the annual “Esela Perehara” hosted by the Temple of the Tooth takes place. Considered one of the most prestigious events of the country, thousands flock the streets of Kandy to witness the beauty of this parade, which includes skilful dancers, decorated elephants, drummers and much more.

However, if you are travelling to Kandy for another month, there are still plenty of sights to see. The Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic, which is located in the heart of Kandy, enshrines the sacred tooth relic that is regarded as an epitome of Buddhism.

 

Attractions and things to do in Kandy

  • The Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic
  • Kandy Lake
  • Peradeniya Botanic Garden
  • Kandyan Dance Show
  • Esela Perehara
  • Pinnewala Elephant Orphanage
  • Bahirawakanda Vihara Buddha Statue
  • Dalada Maligawa Museum
  • Udawattakele Forest Reserve
  • Degal Doruwa Raja Maha Vihara

Kandy offers its visitors a unique experience with its diverse range of sights located in and around the city. These sights range from cultural, religious, historical and environmental attractions located in and around Kandy. In order to witness all these attractions and partake in the fabulous activities, visitors will require a few days worth of indulgence.

If you are a water sports lover and desire a sense of adventure, indulge in white-water rafting. The ideal venue for this sport is on the waters of the mighty Mahaweli River that travels around Kandy.

The ideal period to visit this city is during the month of August, where the annual “Esela Perehara” hosted by the Temple of the Tooth takes place. Considered one of the most prestigious events of the country, thousands flock the streets of Kandy to witness the beauty of this parade, which includes skilful dancers, decorated elephants, drummers and much more.

However, if you are travelling to Kandy for another month, there are still plenty of sights to see. The Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic, which is located in the heart of Kandy, enshrines the sacred tooth relic that is regarded as an epitome of Buddhism.

 

Attractions and things to do in Kandy

  • The Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic
  • Kandy Lake
  • Peradeniya Botanic Garden
  • Kandyan Dance Show
  • Esela Perehara
  • Pinnewala Elephant Orphanage
  • Bahirawakanda Vihara Buddha Statue
  • Dalada Maligawa Museum
  • Udawattakele Forest Reserve
  • Degal Doruwa Raja Maha Vihara

Kandy offers its visitors a unique experience with its diverse range of sights located in and around the city. These sights range from cultural, religious, historical and environmental attractions located in and around Kandy. In order to witness all these attractions and partake in the fabulous activities, visitors will require a few days worth of indulgence.

If you are a water sports lover and desire a sense of adventure, indulge in white-water rafting. The ideal venue for this sport is on the waters of the mighty Mahaweli River that travels around Kandy.

The ideal period to visit this city is during the month of August, where the annual “Esela Perehara” hosted by the Temple of the Tooth takes place. Considered one of the most prestigious events of the country, thousands flock the streets of Kandy to witness the beauty of this parade, which includes skilful dancers, decorated elephants, drummers and much more.

However, if you are travelling to Kandy for another month, there are still plenty of sights to see. The Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic, which is located in the heart of Kandy, enshrines the sacred tooth relic that is regarded as an epitome of Buddhism.

 

Attractions and things to do in Kandy

  • The Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic
  • Kandy Lake
  • Peradeniya Botanic Garden
  • Kandyan Dance Show
  • Esela Perehara
  • Pinnewala Elephant Orphanage
  • Bahirawakanda Vihara Buddha Statue
  • Dalada Maligawa Museum
  • Udawattakele Forest Reserve
  • Degal Doruwa Raja Maha Vihara

Kandy offers its visitors a unique experience with its diverse range of sights located in and around the city. These sights range from cultural, religious, historical and environmental attractions located in and around Kandy. In order to witness all these attractions and partake in the fabulous activities, visitors will require a few days worth of indulgence.

If you are a water sports lover and desire a sense of adventure, indulge in white-water rafting. The ideal venue for this sport is on the waters of the mighty Mahaweli River that travels around Kandy.

The ideal period to visit this city is during the month of August, where the annual “Esela Perehara” hosted by the Temple of the Tooth takes place. Considered one of the most prestigious events of the country, thousands flock the streets of Kandy to witness the beauty of this parade, which includes skilful dancers, decorated elephants, drummers and much more.

However, if you are travelling to Kandy for another month, there are still plenty of sights to see. The Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic, which is located in the heart of Kandy, enshrines the sacred tooth relic that is regarded as an epitome of Buddhism.

 

Attractions and things to do in Kandy

  • The Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic
  • Kandy Lake
  • Peradeniya Botanic Garden
  • Kandyan Dance Show
  • Esela Perehara
  • Pinnewala Elephant Orphanage
  • Bahirawakanda Vihara Buddha Statue
  • Dalada Maligawa Museum
  • Udawattakele Forest Reserve
  • Degal Doruwa Raja Maha Vihara