Categories: Landmarks, Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
Revered as the birthplace of Buddhism in Sri Lanka, the mountain peak of Mihintale boasts historic but now mostly abandoned shrines and monuments. Visitors usually come to see a 2,000-year-old stupa, restored to its former glory to provide visitors with insight into the area's long history and religious traditions. Prepare to climb many steep and slippery steps to the top, which offers fine views of the surrounding area--perhaps best appreciated at sunset, when temperatures drop and cheeky local monkeys disperse. Make Mihintale a part of your Anuradhapura vacation plans using our Anuradhapura holiday planner.
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Having visited Anuradhapura in the past it was lovely to find quiet and beautiful Mihintale and to climb up the many steps exploring the ruins set among frangipani trees early in the morning before ma... read more »
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Hay que ir a verlo sí o sí. Mucho cuidado si hay viento, ya que puede ser peligroso. Para entrar hay que ir cubierto de rodillas para abajo y descalzos, nosotros llevábamos la mochila para evitar gast... read more »You should go to see it yes or Yes. Caution If there is wind, since it can be dangerous. To enter go covered from knees down and barefoot, we had the backpack to avoid unnecessary costs hehe.show original
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