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Mahaweli Reach Hotel, Kandy
Mahaweli Reach Hotel, Kandy
A well designed hotel, which offers tranquil atmosphere in a relaxing setting. 115 modern furnished air-conditioned rooms with wall to wall carpet, telephone, minibar, satellite-TV etc.
Earls Regency Hotel, Kandy
Earls Regency Hotel, Kandy
The grandeur of an ancient Citadel adorned with contemporary five star luxury. A landmark of impeccable taste and unique style where one can unwind and relax while experiencing all this world has to offer.
Le Kendyan Hotel, Kandy
Le Kendyan Hotel, Kandy
The architecture, create the ambience of a palace in the hills. Upon entering the Hotel, you get view of the city and surrounding hills. A total of 100 rooms (91 deluxe twin or double rooms, 5 triple rooms and 4 suites).
Tree of Life Hotel, Kandy
Tree of Life Hotel, Kandy
Beautifully landscaped gardens color your way and provide a delightful life to your eyes. Forty spacious rooms air-conditioned with private balconies offer a panoramic view.
Queens Hotel, Kandy
Queens Hotel, Kandy
Hotel overlooking the main square in this pleasant, hill country community of Kandy. Extremely helpful and responsive staff. Queens Hotel was across the square from the Temple of the Tooth.
Hunas Falls Resort, Kandy
Hunas Falls Resort, Kandy
Hunas Falls resort, near Kandy, Sri Lanka offers its monsoon room rates. This hotel is situated 1,097 feet above sea level in the centre of a tea and spice plantation, in the vicinity of mountains and a lake.
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Kandy Information

The Temple of Tooth
The main attraction of the city and also the most sacred Buddhist establishment in Sri Lanka is where one of Buddha's tooth is being kept. Built in the 16th century but improvements and additions have been done to this structure until the fall of the Kandy kingdom. A golden canopy was added recently. Daily rituals are being carried out at various offering times to the shrine. A dress code applies for entering the temple. The magnificence has been enhanced by the octagonal pavilion.

The Old Royal Palace compound

Old place buildings are just beside the temple of the tooth. Among them are the old royal palace, quarters of the royal concubines; queen's chambers the council chambers and the armoury. Some of these are now being used as museums depicting the exhibits of the Kandyan era. The council chambers built in 1784 is a unique example of wooden architecture of the Kandyan period. The Kandyan Convention was signed here ceding the country to the British in 1815.

Lankatilaka Temple
Lankatilake temple is a magnificent building built on rock at a scenic location which also has fine paintings.

Gadaladeniya Temple
This 14 century temple is situated about 15Km from the town. The structure of the temple is influenced by the South Indian architecture and built on a rock. The stupa is on a high stone platform.

The Royal Botanical Gardens
Once a pleasure gardens of a Kandyan Queen this 40ha land is a beautiful park with numerous tropical foliage and the best in the island. The Commander of the allied forces in Southeast Asia Earl Mountbatten had the headquarters in the garden during the Second World War.

Embekke Temples
The main attraction is the intricate wooden carvings of this 14th century shrine dedicated to God Kataragama. There is also a Buddhist temple on location. Almost the entire structures of some wooden buildings are decorated with dancers, musicians, wrestlers, legendary beasts and birds. Nearby are the ruins of an ancient rest house with similar pillars carved in stone.

Arts and Crafts
Kandy is synonymous with arts and crafts of Sri Lanka than anywhere else in the country. It is probably because the Kandy is where all elite who patronised these crafts survived during 300 years of war with the Europeans. Kandy is probably the best place to buy most of the handicrafts produced in Sri Lanka because there are number of shops catering to the tourists. Tourists could watch local crafts coming into life at the At the Kandyan Art Association.

Source: Kandy Tourism Official Website

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