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Club Hotel Dolphin

Kammala South, Waikkal, West Coast, Sri Lanka.
Location : Waikkal

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Pinnawala
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Kalpitiya
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Kandy
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Knuckles Mountain Range
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Kurunegala
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Mannar
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Mihintale
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Minneriya
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Negombo
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Peredeniya Royal Botanical Gardens
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Polannaruwa
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Maduruoya National Park
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Minneriya National Park
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Sigiriya
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Somawathi National Park
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Sri Dalada Maligawa The Temple of Tooth Relic
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Wilpattu National Park
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Wasgamuwa National Park
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Anawilundawa Sanctuary
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Bellanvila Attidiya Sanctuary
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Horagolla National Park
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Mihinthale Sanctuary
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Velgam Vehera
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Negombo Lagoon
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Negombo Beach
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Dutch Fort in Negombo
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Dutch Canal
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Muthurajawela Marshes
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Dutch Fort of Kalpitiya
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Alankuda Beach
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Kalpitiya Dutch Bay
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St. Anne's Shrine – Talawila
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Kalpitiya Islands
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Annaiwilundawa Wildlife Sanctuary
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Kurusa Palliya (Holy Cross Church) – Marawila
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Marawila Beach
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Senanayake Aramaya
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Attanagalla Raja Maha Viharaya
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The Thuparama Dagaba
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The Mirisavati Dagaba
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Loha Prasada - The Brazen Palace
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The Jetavana Dagaba
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The Abhayagiri Monastery and Dagaba
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The Samadhi Buddha
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The Kuttam Pokuna - The Twin Ponds
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Isurumuniya
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Rathna Prasadaya
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Kala Wewa
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Thisa Wewa
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Aukana Buddha Statue
The Aukana statue is considered to be one of the best examples of a standing statue of the Buddha from ancient Sri Lanka. It is okayed near Kekirawa in North Central Sri Lanka close to the K...
Satmahal Prasada
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Demala Maha Seya
Located on the Polonnaruwa ancient city complex, this gigantic uncompleted Stupa has been built by king Parakramabahu (1153-1186) using the labour of Tamil prisoners brought from India when ...
Siva Devale
The Siva Devale is located in Polonnaruwa old city between the Royal Palace complex and the sacred Quadrangle. The builder of this Hindu Shrine is not clearly identified. However, it is beli...
Parakarma Samudra
The Parakarma Samudra is a big artificial lake situated in the west of the Old Town and is one of the most striking features of Polonnaruwa which is nearly 1,000 years old. ...
Lotus Bath (Nelum Pokuna)
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Nissanka Latha Mandapaya
Nissanka Latha Mandapaya is a unique structure in the ancient city of Polonnaruwa in Sri Lanka. Built by King Nissanka Malla (1187-1196) and named after him, it is located near the western e...
Lankathilaka Viharaya
One of the most emblematic structures of the ancient kingdom of Polonnaruwa, the Lankatilaka Vihara was built by King Parakramabahu I. It is a Buddhist shrine, where the attention is focused...
Nissanka Malla Palace
This palace, said to have belonged to King Nissanka Malla (12th Century), is situated in the Dipuyyana or Island Park, a promontory jutting out into the Topawewa. ...
The Quadrangle
Situated in the heart of Polonnaruwa, a few yards northwest of the Siva Devale, the complex is known as the Quadrangle. Some of the most magnificent monuments of Polonnaruwa (about 12) are c...
Tivanka Image House
The Tivanka Image House, the largest among the brick-built shrines of Polonnaruwa is built in the style of Thuparamaya and the Lankatilaka. Here stands the mighty Tivanka image of the Buddha...
Royal Palace
The Royal Palace, built by Parakramabahu I in the 12th century, is an impressive seven-storey building with palatial rooms, audience halls, and chambers famous for its fine stone carvings an...
Rankot Vihara
The second biggest building in Sri Lanka, Rankot Vihara is a 55m high building built by Nissanka Malla in the 12th century. Rankot Vihara is the largest finished dagoba. The design of the bu...
Gal Vihara
The Gal Vihara is a rock temple of the Buddha situated in the ancient city of Polonnaruwa in north-central Sri Lanka. It was constructed in the 12th century by Parakramabahu I. ...
Vatadage
Vatadage is a type of Buddhist structure found in Sri Lanka. It also known as dage, thupagara, and cetiyagara. Although it may have had some Indian influence, it is a structure that is more ...
Baddhasima Pasada
The Baddhasima Pasada is situated with Lankatilaka and Kiri vihara on the Alahana Parivena complex. The Baddhasima Pasada is also known as a convocation hall....
Kiri Vihara
Situated together with the Baddhasima Pasada, the Kiri Vihara is the best preserved Dagoba in Polonnaruwa. Kiri Vihara is the ‘milk-white shrine’ named for its exterior of gleaming white...
Potgul Vihara (The Monastery)
Built by King Parakramabahu, Potgul Vihara is situated in southern part of the town. The roof of the monastery has almost collapsed but the sound effects of the round room are still excellen...
Hatadage
Hatadage is an ancient relic shrine in the city of Polonnaruwa, Sri Lanka. It was built by Nissanka Malla, and had been used to keep the Relic of the Tooth of the Buddha. The Hatadage had be...
Agastaya
Also known as statue of Parakramabahu, Agastaya, a rock sculpture built in the 12th century, is situated with the Potgul Vihara in the southern part of the town....
Dambulla Golden Cave Temple
The Dambulla cave temple, also known as the Golden Temple of Dambulla, is a World Heritage Site (1991) in Sri Lanka, situated in the central part of the country. It is the largest and best-p...
Kingdom of Dambadeniya from Yapahuwa
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Dambadeniya Wijayasundararamaya
The two storied quaint Vihara mandiraya set in the middle of a cluster of modern buildings is believed to have been the old Dalada Maligawa. The wooden upstairs part of the building can be a...
Ridi Viharaya
Ridi Viharaya lies about 20 kilometres away from the ancient kingdom of Kurunegala in a small village called Ridi Gama....
Panapitiya Ambalama
The Panapitiya Ambalama is a modest wooden structure standing in a clearing of flat land bordering a stretch of paddy fields. It features a wealth of wooden wonder, with carvings covering al...
Padeniya Raja Maha Viharaya
The Padeniya Raja Maha Viharaya is a quaint archaeological treasure that lies within a newly-built temple wall. The ancient temple is situated on a low rock overlooking a small lake. The sur...
Karathana Gal Len Viharaya
Situated in the peaceful surroundings of coconut, teak plantations and paddy fields the small len viharaya placed on a rocky ridge which seems to suddenly emerge from the flat plains....
Devagiri Raja Maha Vihara
Devagiri Raja Maha Vihara in Bingiriya is one of the ancient temples in Sri Lanka. It is situated in Kurunegala District in the North Western Province....
Kabbella Lena Cave Temple
This temple has been built during King Vattagamini Abaya (104 BC, 89-77 BC) ...
Ras Vehera (Sesuruwa) Buddha Statue
This is a colossal statue of Buddha lying close the famous Aukana statue, but not as popular. This statue is called Ras Vehera as well as Sasuruwa (or Sas-seruwa). The height of this statue ...
Mihintale Mountain
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Giritale Tank
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Manampitiya Bridge
This is another interesting place you can visit from Polonnaruwa. This ancient iron bridge runs over the Mahaveli River which runs about 50 feet below. But during the rain reason the water o...
Deepa Uyana
The Deepa Uyana lies outside and to the west of Parakramabahu’s walled palace enclosure extending to the shores of the Parakrama Samudraya....
Nissanga Malla Audience Hall
Also located in the same area as the unidentified structure of the Nissanga Malla, this is made of solid rock and probably featured a wooden roof. The building has been held by 48 stone pill...
Palace of King Nissanka Malla
Only the foundation and few pillars remain today of this building. This probably was two storeyed and the upstairs made out of wood....
Weijantha Prasada
Situated in the citadel, according to the chronicles it was called Weijantha Prasada consisting of seven storeys....
Kumara Pokuna
Passing the Royal Court of King Parakramabahu you can reach this pond made out of stone slabs. This tank has been used in the time of King Parakramabahu (1153-1186). On the side this tank th...
Dalada Maluwa
This is an elevated area in the Polonnaruwa Sacred City which many Buddhist buildings are situated, which include the Hetadage of Nissanga Malla (1187-1196), ...
Thuparama Image House
The Thuparama is a large Buddhist image house and is one of the few buildings where you can see a roof completely made out of bricks. Almost the whole building as survived over 900 years mir...
Oth Pilimaya
This building has been built by Nissanka Malla (1187-1196). The most important feature of this building is the shape and the carvings of the stone pillars. ...
Sigiriya Water Gardens
The water gardens are built symmetrically on an east-west axis. They are connected with the outer moat on the west and the large artificial lake to the south of the Sigiriya rock. All the po...
Sigiriya Boulder Gardens
The Sigiriya Boulder Gardens consist of several large boulders linked by winding pathways. The gardens extend from the northern slopes to the southern slopes of the hills at the foot of Sigi...
Sigiriya Terrace Garden
This Terrace Garden is carved out of a natural hill at the base of the rock, by the construction of a series of rubble-retaining walls. All terraces lie in a concentric circle ringing the ro...
Pidurangala Royal Cave Temple
The historical Sigiri Pidurangala Temple is located in the Dambulla electorate in Matale District, a three-hour drive from the Bandaranaike International Airport in Katunayake....
Polonnaruwa Hot Springs
Out of the hot springs in Sri Lanka, the Polonnaruwa Hot Springs are a most recent discovery. The existence of the spring was made public in 2009....
Gadaladeniya Temple
This site with an ancient monastery is found on the flat rock at Diggala in the District of Kandy. According to an inscription there, this temple was built by King Buwanekabahu IV in 1344. ...
Gangaramaya Raja Maha Vihara
Renowned for its murals of the Kandyan Sittara art, the Gangaramaya Raja Maha Viharaya is attributed to King Kirthi Sri Rajasinghe (1747-1781). The temple is named ‘Gangarama’ due to its...
Garrison Cemetery of Kandy
The Garrison Cemetery was opened in 1822 as the final resting place for British nationals who passed away while in then colonised Ceylon. The cemetery was open until the 1870s, when it was c...
Huluganga Falls
Huluganga Falls (75 metres in height) is one of many created by the stream originating from the Knuckles Mountain Range. The cascading water sprinkles the villages of Elliyadda and Aratthana...
Kadugannawa Ambalama
The historic Ambalama (travellers rest) at Kadugannawa pass, which had been in a dilapidated condition and on the verge of collapse for a long time, was restored and given a facelift recentl...
Kandy Lake (Bogambara Weva)
This artificial lake was built by the last King of Kandy (and of Sri Lanka), Sri Wickreme Ranasinghe to beatify the Temple of the Tooth Relic by excavating paddy fields in 1807. He called th...
Katabula Falls
The water of the eight metre high fall cascades down in stages. Although the flow is otherwise languid, during rain the fall is transformed into a rushing body of water, the spray reaching t...
Kataragama Devale – Kandy
A little away from the other Devalayas (shrines) Kataragama Devale (shrine) lies in the commercial area of Kandy in Kotugodella Vidiya. This was known as Kavikara Vidiya in the ancient times...
Lankatilaka Raja Maha Viharaya
Lankatilaka, together with another Buddhist shrine at Gadaladeniya and the Embekke Devale dedicated to God Kataragama, all dating from the 14th century, form an important trio possessing the...