Interesting statistics about the Dambulla Caves Temple

June 1, 2017

Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1991, the Golden Temple of Dambulla, also known as the Dambulla Caves Temple, is a prestigious landmark of the ancient city. Any traveler along the Kandy-Jaffna highway will be able to see the scenic Dambulla rock and the neighboring cave temple. This beautiful Sri Lankan heritage has remained in Dambulla majestically for centuries, depicting the culture of Buddhism to its visitors.

As we have read above, ancient Sinhalese Kings have worked hard to preserve the pride and beauty of the cultural heritage in Sri Lanka. The cave temple in Dambulla exhibits the beauty of Buddhism, its teachings and how the religion has compassion towards all living beings. Hence this is a popular tourist attraction in Sri Lanka and Blue Lanka Tours makes sure this site is included in all our Sri Lanka holiday itineraries that cover the Sigiriya/Dambulla area.

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