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Pidurangala Raja Maha Viharaya is just a short distance from the Sigiriya Rock.

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The Sigiriya museum was built with the assistance extended by the Japanese government.

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Built by King Vikrarnabahu-lll of Gampola in the 14th century, the Devale is principally dedicated to God Skanda or God Kataragama.

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The Udawatta Forest played the role of a Green Belt that provided security to the kingdom during the Kandyan era.

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The land area separated to bury English military men who died in Sri Lanka is known as the Garrison Cemetery.

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The foundation stone for this church which is situated close to the Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic was laid by Bishop Spenser of Madras in 1943.

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Pattini Devale is located in close proximity to Natha Devale and is dedicated to the Goddess Pattini.

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Kataragama Devale is located in Kotugodella Street (Ancient kavikaravidiya) in the present Kandy city.

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The oldest extant structure ln Kandy, it is said to have been built by King Wickramabahu ill in the 14th century.

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The Raja Maligawa or Royal Palace of the last King of Kandy, Sri Wickrama Rajasinha, is situated at the foot of the Udawatta Kele forest in the eastern corner of the city not far from the Temple of the Tooth Relic.

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A museum dedicated to the life and times of Orabi Pasha, the famous Egyptian nationalist who was exiled to Sri Lanka by the British in 1883.

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Situated behind the Temple of the Tooth Relic, in a building of historical and architectural interest.

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Kandy Lake is a manmade lake created in 1807 by the last Sinhalese king of Kandy, King Sri Wickrama Rajasinha.

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The Sacred Tooth Relic

The Sacred Tooth Relic of the Buddha which is an object of great veneration by Buddhists is housed at the Dalada Maligawa, Kandy in Sri Lanka.

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With the decline of ancient civilization of Anuradhapura, Polonnaruwa and Ruhuna (mainly due to south indian invasion many times), the royal capital shiited to Dambadeniya, Yapahuwa, Gampola, Kurunegala, Kotte, Sitawaka, and linally to Kandy.

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