Right in the heart of Nuwara Eliya, these gardens were laid out during British Colonial times.
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|The Post-Office, Nuwara Eliya.|
|A tree in the park, Nuwara Eliya.|
|Entrance to the Seetha Eliya temple.|
|Paintings of the legend of Seethadevi|
|The stream flowing by the side of the temple.|
|The 'Hakgala' (Jaw shaped stone) hill as seen from the temple.|
|Pavement hawkers opposite the entrance.|
|Ticket counter - Rs.100/- for Sri Lanka Identity Card Holders, others Rs.1100/-|
|The plucked 'leaves and bud' from a tea plant.|
|The Haputhale valley below with cultivated tea bushes.|
|Gathering the plucked leaves.|
|Weighing the plucked leaves.|