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All reviews chinmaya mission hanuman temple nuwara eliya serene surroundings pure vegetarian restaurant en route atop a hill car park peace of mind sleeping position stands tall coffee shop ramboda falls pooja valley sri place
The Temple is located on a hill,we walked about 100 steps to reach the temple base from the car park.25 steps up,you step into the temple,an oasis of peace and serenity.The statue of standing Lord Hanuman is mesmerizing.
A pure vegetarian restaurant offering Buffet Lunch...More
Been to this temple a few time. Situated in a peaceful and beautiful surrounding. Just a few minutes drive from Ramboda falls. No photographs allowed inside the temple.If you have time, make sure to visit the Annapurna Restaurant for tasty, freshly cooked veg food.
This is a wonderful temple in a nice and quite place, at the top of a mountain. Vehicles can go almost to the top where there is a car park. There are few steps to climb too (May be around 50) The temple is maintained...More
Our family paid visit to Hanuman Temple since my sister couldn't visit after the installation of the Hanuman statue. Attended the pooja on 31st Dec, very nice and much crowdy with much of foreign tourists too
Atop the Wevandon Hills in Ramdida , Srilanka, we come across a place of interest to the pilgrims trying to follow the Ramayana sites in Srilanka. It is Sri Baktha Hanuman Temple, a small but excellently maintained temple. The renowned Chinmaya Mission has the temple...More
Nice temple that is well done up. A must for believers in the faith especially during prayer times. Very serene. The temple should put up the opening hours well displayed at the foot of the hill instead of at the door to avoid wastage of...More
This temple is in a place called Ramboda. It will take nearly 1.5 hours by car from Kandy. From what I know there are no trains. If you happen to go there try and go to the Ramboda Falls too.