Kandy Travel Guide
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- KandyMember ofLocal CultureAdventure TravelersOct 25, 2013
Kandy is a pleasant little hill station just a couple of hours into the interior of the island but the pace of life will make you feel like you're world's away from hustling and bustling Columbo. For all you fans of Sidhartha, visit the Temple of the Tooth to see a molar that Lord Buddha himself lost in a place called Kandy. Irony or destiny, you be the judge. Also, the nearby elephant orphange is fun little day trip from the sweetness of Kandy-land :-)
- KandyMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 5May 30, 2013
After two days in Kandy I couldn't figure out why tourism is so big here. It is a nicely situated city in the hills, and the climate is quite nice. Some might say I was foolish to not have visited the Tooth Relic Temple, maybe that would have changed my mind.
- KandyMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsOct 28, 2012
The Singhalese cultural capital, the almost-hill town of Kandy centers around the lovely artificial lake and famed Buddhist Temple of the Tooth at its center. Arguably the most touristy non-beach site in Lanka, it's not a place to linger in too long, but you'd also be a fool to pass it up. With a wealth of Buddhist temples along the lake's south edge, plus the park surrounding the Temple of the Tooth itself, it should easily occupy a full day, though nothing about the town is likely to change your life.
- KandyOct 17, 2012
There are so much to see in Kandy about Our heritage, culture, traditional dance etc. . .
Kandy is the one of the entering cities to Hilly county. once you reached to Kandy that you will feel much cooler and comfortable climate than Colombo.
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