Kandy Lake is also popularly known as as Kiri Muhuda or the Sea of Milk. Its an artificially made lake in 1807 by Sri Wickrama Rajasinha, the last leader of the kingdom of Kandy. It is located in the heart of the hill city of Kandy, Sri Lanka, next to the Temple of the Tooth.
A lackadaisical walk around it, with a couple of stops on the lakeside seats, is a charming method to spend a couple of hours, despite the fact that diesel-spurting transports lurching around the southern edge of the lake can deface the peace to some degree. The most delightful part to stroll along is the region around the Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic. Because of some past instances of provocation, single ladies ought not stroll here alone after dull.
Prime attractions of Kandy lake Temple of Tooth Relic, boat rides in the lake, bird sightings, lizard monitoring, and tortoise spotting etc. It must not be avoided, if visiting to Kandy.