Beautiful looking place and interesting. Stunning views at the top. I think it was good that we came in a wet season, not that many tourists.
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Sigiriya is world famous as the huge rock boulder stands 200 metres high and to reach the top you have to climb 1200 steep steps. Worth the climb but have to be fit as it can be exhausting. Not suitable for people with heart conditions...More
Just a walk around and nothing fancy or historical, that you would not have seen before. It is just good marketing and I would not recommend this place for a visit or spending too much time upon.
Sigirya is well worth a visit. The ruins around the rock are interesting and their are plenty of toilets and places to buy drinks. The climb to the top of the rock is tiring and it's worth going early in the morning before the crowds...More
We climbed this ancient rock in the early morning and I immediately thought I would have liked to have done it at sunset... It was still spectacular though there were a LOT of people doing it, even in the off season. I can well imagine...More
This is an absolutely stunning rock fort and heritage site. I would highly recommend you find out the background to this site as it's really interesting too. If you have a fear of heights be aware that on the climb to the top of the...More
Amazing mixture of craft and nature. The approach to the Rock through the water gardens gives you a sense of the intricacies of engineering back in old time. The climb could be scary for those with a fear of height but once you get to...More
A place of historical significance. Considering the time that it was built, art, architecture and technology that has been used in the days that this rock was designed as the palace of King Kashyapa make you wonder. It is not just a climb to the...More
The water gardens and rock gardens are worth exploring when you visit Lion Rock. They can be seen clearly from the citadel.