Temple of the Tooth or Dalada Maligawa within the royal palace complex houses Buddha’s tooth relic. It was brought to Sri Lanka in the 4th century AD from India.
It is an artificial construction by King Sri Wickrama Rajasinghe, the last king of Sri Lanka. It is part of the temple complex and is a scenic sight and place of ritual.
This Kandy tourism hotspot is nearby the Mahaweli River. The 147 acres of garden contains more than 4000 species of plants including spices and medicinal plants.
This forest reserve of 257 acres has a variety of plant and animal species. It was once a pleasure park for Kandyan kings. It has forest monasteries and cave dwellings.
Situated inside the royal palace complex, this museum is a treasure trove of Buddhist knowledge and information. It showcases the spread of Buddhism in Asia.
This 14th Century Devala is the oldest Devala of Kandy dedicated to local and Hindu gods. It stands on a stone terrace surrounded by bodhi trees and dagobas.