The older temple is very nice to visit - almost no tourists - locals bring fruits and other things to the temple. No entrance fee - would recommend to give a donation for keeping the temple intact. Please remove the shoe's when entering the temple and do not use very short dresses or visible shoulder in respect of their culture.... 更多
I've never been to a place like this... It was the first time that i entered a Temple...of course i had to cover up my shoulders and take off my shoes ...But that was ok The Place was clean ... It was beautiful impressiv special... And that Buddha statue was just wooou amazing ! That chained elephant outside made me... 更多
This is not a 'tourist' temple which receives hundreds of foreign visitors a day. Instead it offers an authentic experience and an opportunity to see the local people worship. It's free but we made a donation because the temple is so beautiful and we found it so interesting. One tip would be to wear socks as the ground gets boiling... 更多
Our tour guide recommended this temple. We've been astonished to see the big statue of Buddha. We've took some pictures with Buddah(tip: never take selfies with Buddha. it's very disrespectful). Afterwards, we've entered the main temple were people offered baskets with fruits and flower. For 200 Rs, the priest there said a blessing for me and my girlfriend. The best... 更多
We stopped off here with a local guide. This is very much a currently used temple. We visited here earlier today it was bustling with locals attending to pray at both the Hindu and Buddhist temples. You need to remove your shoes here but there is no hassling from people asking for tips or for looking after shoes etc so... 更多
the buddha statue is one of the highest statue in sri lanka. very big temple. located around 25m above the road level. need to climb stairs. you can have greater views from the top of this temple.
I have visited this Temple so many times. At least Once a year. The Deevala and the structure of the buildings are very impressive.