Sneak Peak of Sri Lanka’s First Multi Religious Centre; Ambuluwawa Tower
Ever heard of Ambuluwawa Tower? If you’re in Sri Lanka for a day tour or a round tour Ambuluwawa Tower is one of the must see sites in Sri Lanka. You can get to Ambuluwawa Tower from Kandy or Gampola. Little knowledge about this site are, it is 3567 meters above from the sea level and there are 200 plants which belongs to 80 species. We know the climb to the top is a bit tough but then again you know hardest climbs always gives the best views. Some of the best views you can admire from this tower is, from
- South –Sri Pada or Adams Peak
- North –Mountain range of Knuckles
- West –Bathalegala or Bible Rock
- East –Piduruthalagala Mountain
If you visit on a day that has a clear sky and not misty you’ll be able to see the breathtaking view of Hanthana Mountain Range, Hunnasgiriya and the mountains in the Nuwara Eliya district. The Hanthana Mountain Range is known for being a lone warrior capable of withstanding anything that would be put its way, and home to many travelers and joyously giving out adventure to any who would seek it.
Moving along, Ambuluwawa Tower is the first Multi Religious Centre in Sri Lanka. You can see a Temple, Kovil, Mosque and a Church. It is known that Ambuluwawa Temple is an evocative of a Buddhist ‘stupa’ with a height of 48 meters. This Multi Religious Centre shows the perfect Harmony and Unity among us Sri Lankans from the beginning. You’ll be able to see not only Buddhist everyone visit Ambuluwawa Tower to get the amazing experience and also to worship there religions. Interesting fact about this site is it became a biodiversity complex in 2006.