This temple is very old one and we met Nuwaraeliya Badulla road. this temple has very anciant statues.
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We stopped here on the way from Kandy to Nuwara Eliya - to stretch our legs and to get a meal. What a lovely view point, with many photo opportunities of the rolling hills and lakes that abound. We arrived after 1 pm, so the...More
This temple on a hill top is constructed about 20 years ago by Chinmaya mission of India. The location is quite serene offering great views. There is a primary school adjacent to the temple maintained by the same charities and a gift shop.
This place is just breath taking. Anyone visiting to Nuwara eliya please visit this place. And there is one beautiful Hanuman temple as well on top of the hill. What a mesmerizing view from the top of the hill , it's a real visual treat...More
Temple was closed when we went there at mid day, closed from 1pm to 5pm, Good neatly maintained temple with great view.
This is about 45 minutes by bus from Nuwara Eliya on the Kandy road. If you are travelling by bus alight at Tawalantenne town and take a tuk tuk from there. for those who are driving just as you cross Ramboda tunnel you will come...More
From the point where you will park your vehicle till the temple its just super gorgeous, amazing views, enchanting and breathtaking!
We would have loved to see Lord Hanumanji statue. But reached there in the afternoon around 2 pm, and it was closed. But had a vegetarian thali in the restaurant near the temple. Was homely food. So, mind the time if you really want to...More
Visited the Lord Hanumanji temple at Ramboda.The view of the mighty Lord stands 80 feet tall.It was considered that Lord Hanumanji first landing was here from India and the he went around looking for Sita Mata from here. The temple overlooks a beautiful view of...More
This review is for the Annapoorni restaurant in the temple premises. This is the second time we are visiting this restaurant. It's located on the Kandy- Nuwara Eliya Road, in front of the Shri Bhaktha Hanuman Temple. The temple is opened and closed to visitors...More