Dating back to centuries, Dambulla Cave Temple in Sri Lanka, is an extensive network of cave shrines regarded as the world’s largest cave temple complex. With more than 150 sculptures of the Buddha found within the premises of the sacred site, the impressive archaeological feat is also home to countless ancient murals from as early as the 8th century. Revered as a sacred spiritual hub, the locale is a popular religious temple frequented by Buddhist devotees and tourists alike.