Days Inn Kandy

Address: 66A Rajapihilla Mawatha Rd, Kandy, Sri Lanka | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 66A Rajapihilla Mawatha Rd, Kandy, is near Fresco Paintings at Sigiriya Rock, Citadel of Sigiriya - Lion Rock, Galle Fort, and Sinharaja Forest Reserve.
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    Travel Blogs from Kandy

    Days Inn and Elephant foundation

    A travel blog entry by eileen.bracey on Jan 17, 2014

    1 comment, 7 photos

    Back down the bumpy road to the station we we delighted to see the sun was shining over the valley. Another delayed train and this time 3 guards looking down the track expectantly, as well as the station dog. However when the train arrived it was the new Colombo express with 12 coaches and an engine at each end. Every seat on the train was occupied …

    Elephants in Kandy

    A travel blog entry by laurastoker on Oct 12, 2014

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... start of our day, but in reality it was pretty much the end. Paul had barely slept on the plane and I had had such a hectic morning, that we were shattered.

    The next morning we woke up just in time for breakfast - toast, jam, the BEST fruit I had possibly ever tasted, and endless cups of tea, sat on a huge terrace overlooking the beach and its accompanying palm trees. Watching pirate-like fishing boats with huge sails scale the small bobbing waves was such a perfect way to ...

    Ayo Bowan!

    A travel blog entry by katie-and-phil on Jul 24, 2014

    18 photos

    ... open plain/basin with a huge lake filling the center. The level of the lake changes dramatically with the seasons and is commonly used by wild Asian elephants as a source of water and place to cool off during the hot afternoons. Initially we only saw just one lone elephant all the way across the lake. Phil and I joked that it was probably a statue planted by park officials because it hardly moved (what better way to ensure every guest sees an elephant...). We were told that this was ...


    A travel blog entry by jushobbs on Mar 09, 2014

    3 photos

    ... go, find a wallet or pocket, fumble through to find the appropriate amount, pass it to him, all whilst pirouetteing! Dear God, Budda or Allah there must be a better way! Not content with doing this once, the bus Inspector then comes on board, this time from the back, to check that the ticket man has done his job and repeats the entire process to check our tickets! I was laughing as this, somewhat rotund, chap thought he could ...

    The Buddha Has a Sweet Tooth for Kandy

    A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on Feb 10, 2014

    1 comment, 41 photos

    ... the front of the viewing line, and it was worth it even though you don't actually get to see the tooth. (It's unclear whether the tooth still exists--the Portuguese say they stole and burnt it in the 16th century--or ever existed.) You do get to see, from about 3 meters away and for only 10 seconds before the monks whisk you along to keep the line moving, a breathtakingly beautiful gold tooth-holder in the shape of a stupa. In the time leading up to ...