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Top recommendations from locals

History Museum
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Café
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“Go at sunset and grab a seat for incredible views of Ella town while tasting delicious food”
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History Museum
“These tunnels prove beyond doubt the architectural brilliance of King Ravana. The tunnels served as a quick means of transport through the hills and also as a secret passage.”
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Museum
“A wonderful 18th-century Dutch colonial building has been renovated and became a local museum. Displays show Sri Lankan naval history back to Marco Polo's time. ”
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Stadium
“The one and only race course remaining in Sri Lanka is 1868 metres (6129 ft.) above the sea level, which is also one of the highest of the world. And the race track is 1800 metres circumference with around 300 metres of straight distance. The Governor Samuel Baker’s brother John Baker is known for introducing horse racing to Nuwara Eliya and it all began with him creating a training course on the hill for his English thoroughbreds. If you are interested to know when the first race meeting was held at Nuwara Eliya, it runs back to 1875 with the organization of the Nuwara Eliya Gymkhana Club. And these meetings were held continuously until the 1900s.”
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Jardín cervecero
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“If you want to try a local spot for a drink close by this would be the spot with reasonable food and small bites...”
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Mountain
“ The highest mountain in Sri Lanka is Piduruthalagala or Mt. Pedro, the hike start point is about a 25-minute walk (1.6km) from the hostel. From its peak there are excellent views as far as Sigiriya. ”
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Restaurante asiático
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Pub
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“Take a cooking class or simply savor Sri Lanka's authentic cuisine at Ella Spice Garden, a private household set in a highland village amid world-famous tea plantations.”
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National Park
“Just beautiful. The place where Mowgly and the Jungle Book was set. I suggest take it easy and plan a night at a camping site on the Kumana river. One day trips just make a lot of vehicle traffic and it is hard to see animals; waiting for them at the river is more efficient and way more beautiful”
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