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All reviews sri lanka top of the rock world heritage site worth the climb early in the morning mirror wall take your time rock fortress bottle of water amazing place amazing views afraid of heights half way entrance fee worth the effort bring water hard work
Quite expensive but the entry fee is paying for staff, maintenance and restoration of a heritage site.
Some beautiful gardens then the walk to the top.
Many steps and often very steep. A good level of fitness is recommended. Also recommend an early morning walk...More
We head it early to the Sigiriya Rock, to pass the crowd, if you are a group always pay in group.
The entrance was smooth, and head for climbing.
When you get on the top you forget all the hard stairs and rock you been...More
Good place vsit. Climb the lion rock.Not a very tough climb, if you go slowly.Ticket price is very high . There are similar climbs and historic places in india which does not cost so much.So foreigners ,particularly those who are not from SAARC countries have...More
The ancient rock city is entered through one of the ancient landscaped gardens which includes watering systems. From here the lion rock can be viewed in all its majesty. The climb to the top is equal to 70 steps and its done in three sets...More
A must see place when in the area. A lot of history and interesting ruins. You need a couple of hours to see all of this site. Lots of monkeys throughout the area. Some people hits bikes to ride around the ruins
My experience with Sigiriya Lions Rock was exceptional.. It must be 8th wonder of the world , architecture and ancient technology was amazing .. Whoever traveling to Sri Lanka you must visit this excellent place just 150 kilometers from the Bandaranaike International Airport..
You need to earn this! It's a sustained trek to the top, with multiple flights of stairs, some actually cut in to the rock. However, it is undoubtedly worth the effort. The history, the ruins and the views of the surrounding countryside are phenomenal. A...More