Residence Kuruniya - Balcony with 2 bedroom House

Alojamiento entero: alojamiento residencial. Anfitrión: Navindra

7 huéspedes, 2 habitaciones, 6 camas, 2 baños
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Fully furnished house with two air conditioned rooms, 1.2 km from Japan Peace Pagoda and 1.6 km from Unawatuna, Yatagala Temple. (Your own separate house is not part of anyone) Free parking facilities, free internet access. Each unit offers a balcony with garden views. If you like to explore the area, you can do diving, cycling and fishing in and around the property. It is 2 km to Galle city, 200 m from Unawatuna railway station, 50 m from the main road and 5 minutes for public transport.

El alojamiento
This shelter is located at the foot of the Rumassala hillside and can be reached within minutes in a way that naturalization, from natural saturation. The ancient Unawatuna beach's can be reached within 10 minutes and the ancient forts of Galle can be reached within a very short time. From the apartment you can reach Jungle Beach in walk about 30 minutes, and within a few minutes you can reach the famous beaches. ( Unawatuna, Devata, Dalawella, Habaraduwa, Ahangama, Hikkaduwa, Waligama, Mirissa, Thangalla ) You can reach public transports within 5 minutes, and can be easily reached for recreational activities. There is also a various resource area for educational activities in the area, and explorations.Rumassala Sanctuary, Wilderness Swamps, easy to study from this lodging, the exploration of corals in the coastal belt of the Indian Ocean is also a good place. This area, which is an abundance of ancient places of worship, is a peaceful village with a sense of hospitality. The restaurants in this area are plenty of mobile marketing outlets. This area which has a trained peoples in the fishing industry and also well known for tourism industry.

I have studied at up to Advance level in St. Benedict's College, Kotahena. I am member's of those number of sports teams in the college, and the game is my favorite sport. I like the free life style and I am a father of two children. My place of residence is the Kurunagala,and my father and mother's born in the Southern province.

My neighbors are very peaceable and humble. Friendly. The neighbors who are aware of the area are often surrounded by peace and security

Yet another place to be toured regarding Sri Lankan tourism sites is Rumassala. In the colonial era, it was known as 'Buona Vista' (pleasant view). The legendary chronicle ‘Ramayana’ proclaims that ‘Rumassala’ is a chunk of Himalayan Mountains in India. Rumassala hill gives you a beautiful view of the southern coast of Galle. Colonials used Rumassala as a watering point to fill their crafts with fresh water. Even today we can see the Surplus of the jetty. By the way, now it has become a service center for ships and crafts. The Rumassala forest has a vast collection of bio diversity. It is a yet another home to mammals, birds, insects, and reptiles. Some of the indigenous and endemic animals, plants had been survived in the jungle. The ocean is quite rich with coral reefs and sea bio diversity. Tourists can snorkel, dive and explore the underwater bio diversity. However, the Rumassala mountain range and the coral reefs have been ensured.
Rumassala is the best place to spend and enjoy your weekends leisurely. The epic ‘Ramayana’ reveals a beautiful folklore. Occasionally King Ravana and Rama were in the battlefields; lots of soldiers of Rama’s army get wounded and injured. Therefore Rama pleased to the Monkey King ‘Hanuman’ to bring few medicinal herbs from Himalayan Mountains. The herbs were namely Mritasanjeevani, Bidhalayakarani, Suvarnakarani, and Sandhani. But Hanuman couldn’t recognize those listed herbs. So that he brought back a part of gigantic Himalayan Mountains. Henceforward finding the required herbs, Hanuman threw away the rest of the mountain part. Today this part of Himalayan Mountain, fallen to Sri Lanka is known as Rumassala. So that there is no doubt that there are medicinal herbs. The solemn shrine, Japanese peace pagoda was gifted by Japanese monk Nichidatsu Fuhi thero; founder of the Nipponzan – Myohoji Nikaya in Japan. It has added some colors to the Rumassala Mountain. Thus a giant statue of Hanuman is built at the Peace pagoda temple. Even today devotees visit this statue and worship ‘Hanuma’ (Hanuman is believed to be a God now). A panoramic view of the Galle bay and the Indian Ocean will entertain you at the top of this hill.
The reef also supports the fishermen in the area to catch fish. You will see the traditional fishermen engaged with their fishing duties. So far it is more legitimate for family trips and picnics. Please remind that not to disturb the bio diversity of Rumassala
1.7Km from our resort Residence Kuruniyavilla

Galle Dutch Fort
The city of Galle in Sri Lanka plays a major role in Sri Lankan Tourism. The Dutch fort of Galle is arguably most interested among both Local and Foreign travelers. It was declared as a UNESCO world heritage site in Sri Lanka. Galle Dutch fort has a long history. This glorious fort was firstly built by Portuguese in 1588. Remarkably it had been marked in the Ptolemy's world map illustrated around 125-150 A.D. At that time this fort situated in Galle bay, was a quite busy port. The fort was retained by Dutch in the 17th century. It was visited by Chinese, Greeks, Arabs and Indians for business and commercial trading purposes. Dutch fort of Galle is also called as ‘Ramparts of Galle’. The name Galle is generated from the Dutch word ‘Gallus’ by means of chicken. Another version is that there was a big stable made for cattle. In Sinhalese, it is ‘Gaala’ and the name ‘Galle’ derived from ‘Gaala’.
The Fort is a profess to South Asian customs and European architecture around the 19th century. The Portuguese invader ‘Lorezo de Almeida’ was able to build up a tight friendship, with the Sri Lankan King ’Dharmaparakramabahu’(King of Kotte Kingdom). As a result of that, he got the permission to build a camp to affirm the safety of the coastal areas of Sri Lanka. But they were ordered to return the fort to King ‘Seetawakla Rajasingha’. In 1940 King Rajasingha 2 captured the Galle Fort from Portuguese with the help of Dutch. Dutch was not seconded to the Portuguese on behalf of the disaster brought to Ceylon. Gradually Dutch began to engage with Ceylon politics. However, with the arrival of Britains, the fort was enslaved again.
There are 2 main entrances to the fort. The entrance to the Galle cricket ground is much crowded with travelers. You can find the motto under the logo of British monarch at the top of the main gate. Other than that the Dutch logo ‘VOC’ which represents Dutch East India Company is placed on the inner side of the gate. Other clusters of sites in the Galle city are Galle Fort temple, Galle Fort mosque, Galle fort light house, Maritime museum, Fort library and the Anglican Church. The inside walls of the fort are adorned with Dutch architecture. Thus Kleipenberg bastion, Emaloon bastion, and Aurora bastion have uplifted the glory of the fort. The bread fruit tree planted in the fort is believed to be the oldest bread fruit tree of Sri Lanka. Bread fruit is also brought to Sri Lanka by Dutch.

Historical Mansion Museum
Though Galle is a UNESCO world heritage site the Historical mansion museum in Galle preserves the originality of the Tourism destination of Galle, Sri Lanka. Since Portuguese were reached to Ceylon unexpectedly, they have influenced to develop, change and improve our culture. The historical mansion museum is a privately owned museum, initiated by Abdul gaffer. Abdul Gaffar, the creator was prompted to build this museum because of the ‘Salarjung museum’ in India. On behalf of that, he collected and exhibits miscellaneous things. It must be pointed out that this mansion is a characteristically Dutch architectural feature.
. This supposed to be a stalwart attraction to draw attention, of the tourists. On the other hand, there are negative affections too. In 1640, Portuguese had to hand over the colonial country, Ceylon to the Dutch. Finally, British conquered Ceylon and ruled till 1948. However, all these invasions had been affected by the development of Galle.
The mansion is settled in a grandeur colonial Dutch house. Further, this may be the largest private museum in Sri Lanka. Perhaps you may get amazed seeing the equipment placed in the museum. Rather it is not just a museum but a shop that sell stationary table clothes, handicrafts, antiques, jewelry etc. Sometimes it will be a rare experience to buy such exhibited things (All most all the things are for sale) in a museum. A gem shop is also positioned in the museum. Looming over the museum you will be asked to see a live embroidery presentation (‘beeralu lace’) or a sapphire cutting and polishing. The embroidery art, done with ‘beeralu lace’ was a significant industry introduced by Portuguese. A wide range of brick a brac is preserved in good condition. Perhaps the climax of the museum deemed to be the Dutch well in the central court yard. There a stone slab sculptured in1763.
Chinese Porcelain plates and mugs which have the printed VOC symbol are recently preserved. Not only that but also there are fashionable tea cups and kettles, with printed head of Queen Elizabeth 2 in the museum.
Significantly the museum doesn’t charge you a fee at the entrance. You can visit the national maritime museum situated near the fort too. Galle is famous for several industries like handicrafts made of turtle shells, and buffalo horns. While on stroll you may be capable of seeing them. For as much as turtles are faced with extinction, these handicrafts are much rare.

Lo que ofrece este lugar

Vista al jardín
Vista a la montaña
Acceso a la playa
Accesos de entrada y salida a pistas de esquí
Estacionamiento gratuito en las instalaciones
Televisión HD con pantalla de 32" y servicio de cable prémium
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My neighbors are very peaceable and humble. Friendly.
The neighbors who are aware of the area are often surrounded by peace and security

Anfitrión: Navindra

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I studied up to A / L at St. Benedict's College, Colombo I am a member of a number of college sports teams and sport is my favorite hobby. I like a free lifestyle and I am a father of two. My residence is in Kurunegala and my father and mother were born in the Southern Province.
I studied up to A / L at St. Benedict's College, Colombo I am a member of a number of college sports teams and sport is my favorite hobby. I like a free lifestyle and I am a father…

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