Day 4: Kandy is visually more pleasing during morning hours. Wake up early and take a walk along the lakeside and also visit Bahirawakanada Temple, where the Buddha the omnipresent of Kandy is sitting on a small hill top. There is a road that leads all the way up there from the town center. From there you can also have a nice aerial view of Kandy town which engulfs the lake in the middle.
St. Paul's Church
Saint Paul’s church is found right next to the temple of the tooth and is a brilliant example of Sri Lanka’s tolerant ways towards other religions. It’s very traditionally Anglican, just like you would find in the UK! It was built in 1848 and was used as a Garrison church for the British troops during the colonial era. It is quite a marvelous sight and a sign of the Colonial past of Sri Lanka that still survives today.