The Kandy Lake Club Cultural Dance Show is a stimulating Sri Lankan Arts, Dance & Cultural Heritage Show that is a must see for any visitor who visits the historic city of Kandy. The Kandy Lake Club Dance started in 1982 with the view of having a cultural dance performance bringing together all Sri Lankan dance types to one platform. It is the first Cultural Dance Show of its kind to be established in Sri Lanka. It has since become a tourist attraction for many people visiting the country and keen on a glimpse of its rich cultural heritage. Hence it has been performing continuously for the last 35 years. Dance techniques unique to areas of the island are usually passed on from generation to generation. These Dances are performed at local ceremonies and rituals using drums and costumes that are unique to each area. Among the attractions are the Dances depicting the majestic walk of the elephant, colourful performance of the peacock and the mystical movements of the cobra. There are also dances with traditional masks, traditional mini-drums and flames. The show ends with the unbelievable feat of walking on red-hot charcoal, which is a traditional form of worship of local gods. Right throughout the show you can enjoy the sounds of drums and otherÂ traditional musical instruments of Sri Lanka. Â A hand out in different languages gives our customers a description of every item with all interesting facts and features of the dance show.