Laxapana Falls is 126 m high and the 8th highest waterfall in Sri Lanka and 625th highest waterfall in the World. It is situated in Hatton area in Nuwara Eliya District. It formed by Maskeliya Oya near the confluence of Kehelgamuwa Oya and Maskeliya Oya which forms Kelani River.
Popular folklore tells this the place where Buddha mended his saffron robe when he was visiting Sri Pada. The name of the falls derived from Sinhala words of "Laxa" means Hundred thousand and "Pahana" or "Pashana" means rock.