When you climb to the top of the mountain, the other side is located on a steep slope. You can climb further up the mountain and see several places of interest. The plains at the top of the hill and the natural forest beyond add to the beauty of the mountains. There is also a windbreak that blows a never-ending stream of winds. From this place you can also see many other places such as Sri Pada Kanda, Kotmale Mahaweli Maha Seya.
It is biodiversity hotspot. This area is home to trees, shrubs and plants endemic to the montane evergreen forests.So far no experiments have been carried out on biodiversity and a large number of endemic flora and fauna can be observed. The area is home to evergreen evergreen forests, shrubs, and plants. There is also a plain grassland system. Plants of various species that have been pruned (short plants) due to the prevailing strong winds
Asupini Waterfall ( Asupini Ella ) Asupini Ella is a waterfall which is located at Ganga Ihala Koaya, Rakshawa in Aranayaka, Kegalle of Sabaragamuwa Provin
Galaboda FallGalboda is along the railway track of Colombo to Badulla. The waterfall is 30 m high, and the width ranges from between 3 m –6 m, depending on the season. It is 2 km from the galaboda railway station
Sri Dalada Maligawa or the Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic is a Buddhist temple in the city of Kandy, Sri Lanka. It is located in the royal palace complex of the former Kingdom of Kandy,
Ambuluvawa is a biodiversity complex. It's locate near the Gampola in sri lanka