Kandy Garrison Cemetery
This cemetery, which is a short walk uphill behind the National Museum, contains 163 graves dating back to colonial times. The most...
Dominating the town is Kandy Lake. A leisurely stroll around it, with a few stops on the lakeside seats, is a pleasant way to spend a...
This museum once housed Kandyan royal concubines and now features royal regalia and reminders of pre-European Sinhalese life. There are...
Look for the giant red neon sign above the Bamboo Garden Chinese restaurant and you’ve found this place with shared wooden tables and...
27A Anagarika Dharmapala Mawatha · interesting places nearby
History Restaurant information
With dishes from India, Italy, Thailand and Sri Lanka, this place could almost be called ‘Geography’. The food’s OK and there’s a good selection of booze, but the real reason to go is for the interesting black-and-white pics of old Kandy. And no, you’re not required to take notes during the Kandyan history PowerPoint presentation that runs silently in the background. It’s a little hard to find but it’s on the 2nd floor of a grey-brown building located above a bakery (which isn’t bad either).