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Sri Dalada Maligawa Established the World Buddhist Museum constitutes most adorable exercise in the context of World Buddhism. Awarded Certificate of Excellence in 2016 by TripAdvisor. NOTE : Entry fee is free of charge only for the visitors who buy...more
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Temple Square | Sri Dalada Maligawa, Kandy 20000, Sri Lanka
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At the time of writing, this museum is #6 of places to visit in Kandy. But, having visited the temple, we considered this place the next 'must see'. Free admission if you have your temple receipt or a 500 rupees if not, but still a...More
The Museum is located behind the Temple of Sacred Tooth Relic. The Museum, as the name suggests, showcases the history of Buddhism around the world and the artifacts associated with the Buddhism from around the world. Although it is not a very big museum, the...More
World Buddhist Museum is the world's first International Buddhist Museum. It is located next to the National Museum of Kandy and Temple of the Tooth in Kandy, Sri Lanka.The museum was established with the contributions of 17 countries such as Sri Lanka, India, Bangladesh, Nepal,...More
Interesting museum and well layed out. However the staff was in a hurry to rush us out way before closing time. Without any notice kept switching the lights off . Hence cut short our visit and we were not happy about it
often called as IBM (International Buddhist Museum) is claimed as the world first IBM which created with contribution of 17 countries. for foreigners, the ticket is included with the entry of Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic. the museum is really good where lots of...More
Was well explained, although some of the national exhibits are pretty chintzy... especially the Chinese part. No mention of China persecuting religious groups or their ongoing campaign against the Dalai Lama
Very elegantly designed place but quite confusing sometimes. Things have been strewn over here and there. No photographs are allowed. For foreigners, the ticket price is covered by the ticket for the temple of the tooth. Locals have to buy tickets.