Our gardens offer fresh air, sun, and shades.

Outdoor activities


A twenty-meter-long LED illuminated swimming pool gives you the unique opportunity to relax and swim in the gorgeous mountain nature of Sri Lanka.



Another perfect way to relax..Our Jacuzzi seats up to 6 people. A massage whirlpool warm water bath offers the ideal remedy to soothe tired and strained muscles. Bubble massage in warm water stimulates the production of endorphins (the happiness hormone, which promotes happiness). Also, while sitting in the spa pool, your weight is naturally lifted by the water, which has a beneficial impact on your joints and muscles.



Lankathilaka Viharaya

This historic temple was built on a natural rock in 1344 C.E. during the reign of King BhuwanekaBahu IV. The temple and its surroundings provide a magnificent panorama of distant hills, valleys, terraced paddy fields and bountiful vegetation.

Gadaladeniya Viharaya

Considered one of the finest examples of Buddhist temple architecture, the GadaladeniyaViharaya is a must-visit attraction when planning a trip to Kandy in Sri Lanka. Inspired by the South Indian architectural style, this temple was built during the reign of Gampola King Wicramabahu more than 650 years ago!

View point and Hindu Temple in Kirimetiya

This beautiful location and the panoramic view of the countryside is only a few kilometers away. Don’t forget to take blessings at the small-village Hindu temple nearby. 

Monte Fano in Ampitiya

Situated 3 km away from the Kandy City along the Thalathuoya Road, the Monte Fano monastery filled with wandering monks and priests is picturesque, clean, and meticulously renovated. Don’t miss the opportunity to relax in its peaceful surroundings. An interesting fact: the Shroud of Turin (a length of linen cloth bearing an image of a man, believed by some Christians to be the burial shroud of Jesus of Nazareth) had 2 copies made for experimenting, and when those copies were not in use, one replica found its way to Sri Lanka!


Kandy is one of the most beautiful cities in Sri Lanka, known for its scenic beauty and rich cultural heritage. Spread over an area of around 1940 square kilometers, Kandy belongs to the exclusive list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The city promises a number of tourist attractions that include the Old Royal Palace and the Temple of the Tooth. Kandy offers an array of exciting shopping experiences with souvenirs ranging from precious stones to handmade laces and stone and wooden carvings. Every August, you can get a taste of Kandy EsalaPerahera, an annual ritual at the Sacred Tooth Temple. Thus, your vacation can be spiritually enriching and culturally uplifting at the same time. Only in Kandy, the sacred and beautiful city of Sri Lanka!

Dalada Maligawa 

The Sacred Tooth Relic Temple or DaladaMaligawa is a monumental architectural heritage site well knownnot just in the Kandy region but all over Sri Lanka. This edifice was constructed to house the tooth of the Lord Buddha, which was brought in to the country hidden in a princess’shair. It is considered to be one of the holiest place for many Buddhists not just in Sri Lanka but by believers across the globe.

Esala PeraHera

Every year in August, this festival celebrates the Relic Tooth of the Lord Buddha, which is carried out in a procession for the people to worship it and rejoice in its holy vibe. The festival is widely known for the grand show, beautiful costumes, well-choreographed dances, and decorated elephants. Considered a symbol of Sri Lanka, the Kandy Festival is said to be a culmination to rituals dating back centuries. For instance, one of the rituals was the EsalaPerahera, performed as a prayer to Gods for rain.

Kandyan Dance

One of the most mind-blowing features of the Kandy cultural landscape lies in the city’s traditional Kandyan dance, which has been revived after facing an extinction following the decline in popularity during the British rule. Now extremely popular across the country, the traditional dance is said to have originated from an exorcist ritual required to cure the King Vijaya.

Botanical Garden Peradenyia

Located just a few miles away from the heart of Kandy, the Royal Botanical Gardens can be just the right destination to spend a sunny day out with family and friends. Big trees, orchids, medicinal plants and herbs as well as other decorative plants have been an integral part of this garden, making the site one of the most popular tourist spots in Kandy. 

Hanthana Tea Garden

Legend has it, that the first tea tree in Sri Lanka was planted here. Take a walk in this beautiful tea garden, which is undiscovered by tourists. The only people you will meet are the local tea collectors. And, when the weather is nice, it is a perfect spot for a private picnic.