The tooth clearly has huge significance in Kandy and so this is a bit of a must see. However, 1500Rs entry is a bit steep. The museums, especially the world Buddhism museum are much better than the temple. Go but don't expect much
About Temple of the Tooth (Sri Dalada Maligawa)
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The serenity, cleanliness catches your eyes once you enter the temple complex. all your six senses experiences the peace and tranquility associated with the place. Its a place to renew your faith in god irrespective of your personal religious belief.
The Temple of the Tooth called locally as 'Sri Dalada Maligawa' is one of the main places of worship for the buddhist community and is a world heritage site. The palace from the last kingdom of Sri Lanka carries with it a long heritage and...More
Visited this Place with my Tour Guide and found very interesting Temple to See as could see Tooth of Govthom Buddha , most Venerable Place in Sri Lanka learned more about Buddism and Very Beautiful Place to See in Kandy not to Miss.. Thank you
It's a well maintained history written in architecture. Clean and silent. Best time to visit is during the evening hours. Need to walk a lot to visit completely. Carry enough water, avoid guides and take your time to see the temple. Need to follow the...More
You need to spend a good part of the day visiting the temple, the grounds and the general area. It is a historic site and should not be missed.
Ok, this is supposed to be a very important sight in sri lanka. But it is a bit overrated. The building itself is beautiful but not very big. Their is simply not enough to see. The guards around the compound are downward rude; extremely impolite....More
The temple is located next to the Kandy lake and like most of Buddhist temples, is made beautifully. Big open spaces, a water fence outside, lamp lighting area, Buddha's statues..... all these make it quite a site to be enjoyed. We were lucky to have...More