We enjoyed our afternoon at the temple. The nice surprise was all the additional museums & out buildings to enjoy as well. Such a unique & sacred place for those that worship. Overall a very lovely experience.
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We visited during the evening ceremony at around 6.30pm. Entrance fee for foreigners 1,500rupees. The temple was very crowded with a lot of both tourists and locals. Be patient as the queue moves slowly. Also remember to cover your legs and shoulders ( men and...More
Lovely, beautiful building, but if you don't the history of this place, you don't understand what you see. So hire a guide to explain rituals and some history. We have one and it was good choice (although the guide tell little bit too much).
Temple of tooth is Buddha temple located in kandy where the tooth of lord Buddha is kept in a golden casket.. happen to visit during morning and witness the ceremony .... an ancient place which is well maintained ..has an entry fee and children enter...More
We went during a ceremony where they open the doors and you can view the tooth relics shrine. Men and women have to enter through separate gates and bags are searched. It's a safety precaution, but everyone moves through the lines quickly. It was so...More
We went there because it's a must see. But he, as a foreigner, you are discriminated because your prices are at least twice the price of singe Asian countries. For the Buddha museum, there is a separate entry ticket needed. That's a pitty, so we...More
Make sure you wear long pants, dress or skirt and shoulders covered to visits the temple. We went late in the day which was a nice time to go as the sun set on Kandy. Beautiful ancient temple that can get very busy but worth...More
The Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic houses Sri Lankas most ritual Buddhist relic; a tooth of the lord Buddha. It is said that the Sacred tooth have been snatched from the flames of the Buddhas funeral pyre in 483 BC, the tooth was secretly...More