... Lovely view of the most impressive and largest botanical gardens in Sri Lanka... home to several species that are endangered or extinct in the wild... these stunning gardens were once reserved exclusively for Kandyan royalty... nowadays it attracts close to 2 million visitors annually... the place for nature, trees and flowers lovers... Thanks a lot Ravindra!!【ツ】
Among the 10,000 or more trees found in the park, are the Giant Bamboo of Burma(40m-high) , the century old giant Javan fig tree, the Cannonball tree and a range of exotic palms.
The 100th Anniversary of the Birth of Baddegama Wimalawansa Nayaka Thero
United Nations Day of Vesak
Pigeon Island Marine National Park