A Tudor style country house, Adisham Monastery is run by Benedictine monks and is an enchanting place where time seems to stand still. One can visit certain parts of the house as well as explore the site’s idyllic gardens & orchards.
One of Bandarawela’s most captivating sites, St. Anthony's Church is quite a beautiful place of worship. With a distinctive rock exterior set amidst charming greenery, it is much like a quaint countryside church one may find in England.
The iconic Nine Arches Bridge is completely built out of bricks and rocks and dates back to British colonial days. You can hike beside the railway track to get to some of the best vantage points of this ingeniously constructed bridge.
Named after a Scottish tea planter, Lipton’s Seat offers one of the best viewpoints of the Hill Country. Those arriving just before sunrise will be rewarded with some awe-inspiring panoramas of the misty mountain landscapes beyond.