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Bahiravokanda Vihara Buddha Statue Questions & Answers

Durham, United Kingdom

Is this a free attraction for locals and tourists?

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London, United Kingdom
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No it isn't. They charge you 200 rupees to get in, as well as more money to look after your shoes! whilst I was there they followed me around asking me for more money in the form of donations.

over a year ago
Wellington, New Zealand
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We paid 200 rupee to enter pp. I was asked to make a donation and chose to make a 500 rupee donation. So - in total, I paid 700 rupee.

over a year ago
Bengaluru, India
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There is no mandatory fee at entrance but , a donation is generally offered in a holy place .

over a year ago
Colombo, Sri Lanka
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There is no entry fee as such in other locations . However , there is a counter for donations which is voluntary .

over a year ago
Greater Hobart, Australia
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There is an expectation of a donation, less than $2.00 Australian. Cheap at the price....

over a year ago
Harlow, United Kingdom
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There is a very small fee under £1

over a year ago
Bratislava, Slovakia
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They ask little money in the entrance

over a year ago
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