Buduruwagala, Yala National Park
Categories: Monuments, Tourist Spots
See the ancient Buddhist temple of Buduruwagala, which dates back to the 10th century CE. Seven statues in the temple belong to the Mahayana school, with a collection of small rock-carved figures surrounding the 15 m (51 ft) tall standing Buddha. Faded paintwork, now barely visible, shows that the statutes were once brightly colored. Pay attention to the natural scenery leading to the temple, especially traditional villages, ponds, and wildlife. Admire the ancient rock carvings while enjoying the peaceful atmosphere of the site. Plan to visit Buduruwagala and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Yala National Park attractions using our Yala National Park itinerary builder.
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Un endroit à l ambiance très intime bien qu en extérieur et propice à la méditation. Ne pas rater le très beau lac plein d oiseaux sur la route du temple.Somewhere in the atmosphere very intimate while outdoors and conducive to meditation. Do not miss the beautiful Lake full of birds on the road to the temple.show original
We were the only visitors at the time and it was such a peaceful walk into the sculpture. The size and detail of the rock carvings is quite amazing and the setting allows for quiet contemplation.
This is a great place to those who love archeology. There are a lot of artifacts, statues to see. Difficult to reach using public transportation. Will need to hire a tax. The access road is in bad sha... read more »
Buduruwagala is a magical archeological site. Very nice place to visit. very peaceful and relaxing.
Katja MischolEarly in the morning - fantastic atmosphereshow original
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