As a result of ten years of development throughout the town of Gampola in the Kandy District of the Central Province, this screw-shaped tower became known as Ambuluwawa in our country as well as in the whole world. This beautiful creation was nationalized after the development work started in 1997 and was completed in 2007.
The top of the hill is 3567 feet above sea level. Ambuluwawa is located amidst the Siripada, Knuckles, Bathalagala and Hanthana mountain ranges.This beautiful environment, rich in flora and fauna, has recently been declared a Biodiversity Sanctuary.
An all-religious shrine still under construction at the top of the hill adds to the beauty of the area.
From Gampola town take the Hemmatagama road for about 5 km to reach the Ambuluwawa access road and the dagoba built on this tower is located at an elevation of 3567 feet above sea level.
The Pan-Religious Center at the top of the Ambuluwawa Hills houses shrines of all religions, including Buddhism, Hinduism, Catholicism and Islam. But the most interesting of these is the 400 feet high dagoba. The stairs are designed to reach the Chuda Manikya.This will be an adventurous experience for anyone interested in climbing high places. Ambuluwa will undoubtedly be a fascinating experience for anyone who loves to experience the wonders of the natural environment.