01. Visit the Peradeniya royal botanical garden These stunning gardens were once reserved exclusively for Kandyan royalty. Today, even commoners are allowed in to enjoy the most impressive and largest (60 hectares) botanic gardens in Sri Lanka. 02. Visit the Gadaladeniya temple Gadaladeniya Temple is an old monastery built over a rock. According to an inscription carved into the walls the temple was built in 1344 AD by King Buwanekabaghu the fourth. The temple was designed by the South Indian architect Ganesvarachchari in a design similar to South Indian architecture. 03. Visit the Lankathilake temple Lankatilaka is Buddhist temple of the 14th century in the Hiyarapitiya village. This historical temple was built by the Gampola king, King Buwanekabahu the fourth (1341 – 1351AD), in 1344 AD. According to the opinions of researchers; the temple combines the design elements of the Polonnaruwa era architecture with that of Dravidian (India) and Indo-Chinese design. 04. Visit the Embekke devalaya Built during the reign of King Wickremabahu III (1371-1394AD) who ruled in the Kingdom of Gampola, the temple is practically covered in wood carvings. The woodwork is confirmed by UNESCO as some of the best and most detailed in the world. 05. Visit the Geragama tea factory Giragama is one of the premium and the oldest tea plantations in Sri Lanka, located close to Kandy.
I'm a licensed Area Tourists Guide (Central province) based in Kandy, Sri Lanka. I have more than 3 years’ experience in tourism industry. I highly concern about satisfaction of my guests and always make sure to give them a better and quality service. I’d like to give you an astonishing experience about life style and culture of Sri Lankan people and try to get you familiar with the local traditions. I have some experiences in adventure tourism as well.
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First we visit the Peradeniya Royal Botanical Garden where you can see the large number of plant species and beautiful orchid collection. Then we travel to Gadaladeniya to see the six centuries old Buddhist temple. Then visit another buddhist temple called Lankathilake Temple. After two temples, we will visit the Embekke Devalaya, a shrine dedicated to god Katharagama. Finally, we visit the Geragama Tea Factory to see the tea making process.
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When you visit the religious places in Sri Lanka, you need to wear modest dresses which cover your shoulders and knees. Also you need to remove hats and shoes before enter to the sacred premises. Guests need to buy entrance tickets
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