The capital city of Uva Province is famous for its breathtaking views of Namunukula mountain ranges. It is the home to Muthiyangana Temple, the most visited site in the Badulla welcomes visitors willing to learn Buddhism religion in the Sri Lankan context. Some of the principal tourist attractions of Badulla include the Dunhinda Falls; a 46-meter high waterfall, St. Mark’s Church, one of the oldest buildings in Badulla made of wood and stones and Demodara Nine Arch bridge, located between Demodara and Ella railway stations, the perfect example of colonial-era railway construction.
Flying to Badulla: Mattala Rajapaksa Hambantota Airport (110 km away) is the nearby airport. It offers direct flight to Batticaloa, Dambulla, Colombo, Kandy, Ratmalana and Kotte.
Driving to Badulla:
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