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Localization and attractions
Royal Botanical Gardens, Peradeniya
These stunning gardens were once reserved exclusively for Kandyan royalty. Today, even commoners are allowed in to enjoy the most impressive and largest (60 hectares) botanic gardens in Sri Lanka. Highlights include a fine collection of orchids, a stately avenue of royal palms, the extraordinary, aptly named cannonball fruit tree and 40m-high Burma bamboo. Another big hit is the giant Javan fig tree on the great lawn, with its colossal central trunk and umbrella-like canopy of branches. Peradeniya is 6km from central Kandy.
Kandy is a large city in central Sri Lanka. It's set on a plateau surrounded by mountains, which are home to tea plantations and biodiverse rainforest. The city's heart is scenic Kandy Lake (Bogambara Lake), which is popular for strolling.Kandy is famed for sacred Buddhist sites
Kurugama Tea Factory
Once upon a time when Sri Lanka was a British colony (from 1815 to 1948), the island’s name was Ceylon. In the beginning of British rule, tea plants were introduced to the island in hopes of creating a lucrative export industry. Something about the terroir and climate of Sri Lanka must have been perfect for tea cultivation, because the tea coming out of Sri Lanka – Ceylon Tea – was excellent. High quality, excellent flavor, unique. Since then, the name Ceylon was erased from the rest of the country upon its independence from the British in 1948, but the tea industry is the one place where the name Ceylon is still used and means something positive. Ceylon tea is known as one of the best teas in the world and is crucial to the Sri Lankan economy.If you are traveling in Sri Lanka, visiting a tea estate is good way to learn about Sri Lanka’s past, present, and future.
Sembuwatta Lake is a tourist attraction situated at Elkaduwa in the Matale District of Sri Lanka, adjacent to the Campbell’s Lane Forest Reserve. Sembuwatta Lake is a man-made lake created from natural spring water. Alongside the lake is a natural swimming pool. Sembuwatta Lake is believed to be 9 m to 12 m deep.
Ambuluwawa peak situated in the center of Gampola Kingdom established by the great Sinhala King Buvanekabahu IV. (1341-1357 AD) was hitherto not put into any use. Height of the peak trom the mean sea level is 365 feet and from the Gampola town is 1965 feet Mayura Sandesa, the messenger poem written in the 14th Century describes this enchanting rock and the surroundings thus: