What an impressive visit we had here; if you are in Anuradaphura this is an absolute not-to-miss. Be aware that shoes are not allowed and your knees need to be covered
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TIP: leave your shoes on the bus/your car so you dont need to pay for them to tend to your shoes. - would recommend visiting this place at sunset so you can get nice daytime as well as nighttime photos. it looks impressive any hour...More
Its a pilgrim site for Buddhist, i like this stupa very much. Its so majestic and serene. I went to this stupa twice already. In Srilanka its a custom to take off sandals or shoes to enter the temple area or dagoba area. Socks are...More
A very ancient stupa and there were so many people coming to pray. You have to take off your footwears but socks are still allowed. You have to keep them at the counter and pay small donation to the keepers (maybe about LKR50 but it's...More
This stupa is a very ancient stupa, visit in the evening and sit by the side for hours you will feel that your soul is relaxed.
This stupa is one of the tallest monuments in the world. The outside wall is decorated with black elephants throughout the circumference of outer wall. The stupa is considered to be very scared and hence usually this place is crowded.
Built by King Dutugamunu around 200 BC. Another must visit site for anyone visiting Sri Lanka. Buddha's relics are kept here. One of the biggest Buddhist stupa's in the world.