Rather crowded. Very poor sights of flowers or trees, especially compared to what it used be. Needs to be cared for better and perhaps times set apart for school visits.
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Thoroughly enjoyed getting close to nature at this botanical garden. It's not as large as the Peradeniya gardens in Kandy but it is beautiful. Due to aching muscles from our World's End trek the day before, we hired out a golf cart to take us...More
This is a medium size garden , not too much detailed information labeling plants or scientific organization , however it is definitely an elaborate work which started in 1861 , has surprising collection of well organized trees and flowers arranged in a very beautiful and...More
A nice Botanical Garden with lots of trees, shrubs, flowers, bushes on hilly terrain. For foreigners, it is a bit expensive, Rs.1500 (USD =10). Those who can not walk on hilly areas, are discouraged. Lots of ups and downs. I was getting tired. On my...More
Really nice botanical gardens primarily frequented by locals (a young couple asked to take a selfie with me so Westerners not all that common apparently). Not too large, great for a couple of hours seeing some really beautiful flowers, trees & shrubs (greenhouse and rose...More
Beautiful Botanical gardens, you will see lot of flowers, trees, birds, monkeys, open spaces for kids to play, you will walk along the river, do check out the suspension bridge.
Lots of different flowers and trees, nice view of the surrounding mountains. Spacious setup, so very relaxing. Only a bit on the expensive side, 1500 roepie ($10) per person, where the locals get in for 60 roepie ($0,40)
Was veru nice to see that plants and trees from all over the world could be found in Nuwar Eliya. Could walk throughout, but got a feel of the place.