Arundathie Abeysinghe

Tangamale Bird sanctuary – haven for avifauna aficionados by Arundathie Abeysinghe Sri Lanka is a resplendent island located in a geostrategic location in the Indian Ocean and is one of the significant locations for ornithology due to the abundance of bird life. Hence, Sri Lanka has become a popular destination ...

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Beddagana Wetland Park – verdant mosaic of wetlands By Arundathie Abeysinghe Located in Sri Jayewardenepura Kotte, the administrative capital of Sri Lanka and minutes away from the hustle and bustle of the city, Beddagana Wetland Park is home to diverse aquatic birds, butterflies, dragonflies and mammals native to Sri Lanka ...

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Bambaragala Raja Maha Viharaya – cave temple with serene vistas By Arundathie Abeysinghe Situated in the village of Henagahawela in Teldeniya, Kandy, Bambaragala Rajamaha Viharaya is a cave temple situated at the summit of a rock surrounded by spectacular views of Victoria Reservoir and Knuckles Mountain Range. History of the ...

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Mysterious Halaba Bridge in Badulla By Arundathie Abeysinghe     This spectacular mysterious steel bridge is located across Uma Oya at Halaba, a small village located near Uma Oya (Oya meaning stream in Sinhala) in *Badulla in close proximity to breathtaking hamlet*Ella. It is 113 meters (372 feet) long. The ...

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Nelligala International Buddhist Center by  Arundathie Abeysinghe  Situated approximately 700 meters above sea level on the summit of breathtaking Nelligala Mountain, Nelligala International Buddhist Center is visited by Buddhists as well as non Buddhists. Popularly known as Nelligala Temple, this recently built temple is well-maintained and has great architectural value. ...

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Magul Maha Viharaya – venue of a historical event By Arundathie Abeysinghe   Situated in Lahugala in Ampara District, Magul Maha Viharaya is an ancient Buddhist Temple linked to a historical event. The Temple is located on the northern edge of *Lahugala National Park. Magul Maha Viharaya (meaning “the Wedding ...

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