The sea of Milk or Kiri Muhuda as it is dearly called by the people is an artificial lake bordering the Royal Palace and Royal Gardens.
The Embekka Devalaya (Embekke or Embekka) Temple is situated in an area known as Udunuwara in the Kandy district.
The 30m fall forms part of the Maha River that originates from both sides of the Raksawa mountains, and is itself 570m above sea level.
Kadiyanlena Falls is situated in Nawalapitiya, a town close to Kandy. It stands at a height of 25 meters. The name of the waterfall is derived from the name of the village it is situated in.
Located along the connecting railway lines between Colombo and Badulla, Galboda Falls is can be reached only via train as there is no proper developed road system.
The International Buddhist Museum or World Buddhist Museum is the first of its kind in the world and is in the cultural and administrative capital of Sri Lanka Kandy.
The Hanthana mountain range in Kandy is popular among those who like to go hiking, camping, bird watching and be close to nature in any way.
Aberdeen Waterfall is situated in Ginigathena in the Nuwara Eliya district. It stands at a height of 98 meters.
The Asgiri Maha Viharaya,which is also known as Asgiriya Temple and Asgiriya Gedige. It is one of the most prominent Buddhist monasteries located in Sri Lanka.
There is no written documentation about the Appallagoda Ambalama and its history. One theory to explain this absence is that this building is a recent addition to the list of ambalamas in Sri Lanka.