Wales Park is also known as the Royal Palace Park, Wace Park, or Rajawasala Park. It is a considerably small but friendly situated park on top of a small hill in Kandy. This was renamed as Wales Park in honor of the Prince of Wales by the British.
Wales Park was built by King Sri Wickrama Rajasinghe. The place where it is situated was named Castle Hill by the British. There is a Japanese field gun that was captured by the British during World war II. This is a little beautiful paradise you shouldn’t miss during your visit to Kandy.
A Government Agent named Herbert Wace took initiatives for this place to be restored in 1880. In the past, the place where the park is situated was the palace of Konnappu Bandara who ruled as Wimaladharmasuriya I in Kandy.
Go on McCallum Road and enter the Colombo-Katunayake Expressway from Colombo. Take the exit toward the outer circular expressway and turn right onto Colombo-Kandy road to continue for 90.8 km.
Then take the Gannoruwa Road. Turn right onto Rajapihilla Mawatha to reach your destination.
You have to head on Baladaksha Mawatha to Getambe Kandy By-Pass. Go on Keppetipola Road then take the Ehelepola Kumarihami Mawatha and Rev. Aluthgama Sri Dhammananda Nahimi Mawatha. Turn right to Rajapihilla Mawatha to reach your destination.
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