The Galamaduwa Raja Maha Viharaya is an ancient temple that is worshipped by the locals and visited frequently by a large number of tourists throughout the year, located in the Kalapura Village in the Kandy district of Sri Lanka. It holds its roots in the history of the unexplored places of Sri Lanka, with the temple that had been built under the reign of King Keerthi Sri Rajasinghe which gets to you the divine art and architecture of vivid forms.
Gadaladeniya Raja Maha Viharaya, Kandy
The most appropriate time for the tourists to pay a visit to Galamaduwa Raja Maha Viharaya is during the months from January to March which are known as the driest months of the year followed by July to August where rainfall is moderate reflecting excellent climatic conditions throughout, for sightseeing and transfers from one place to another. You can reach this place on a flight to Kandy which is accessible via airways that will get you to the nearest airport in Bangalore, Tirupati, and Tiruchirappalli to Colombo further you can commute on a roadway to Gadaladeniya Raja Maha Viharaya.