Thambapanni Retreat

Address: Yaddehimulla Road, Unawatuna, 60800, Sri Lanka | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Yaddehimulla Road, Unawatuna.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsThambapanni Retreat Unawatuna

    Reviewed by j_harry

    Pavilions

    Reviewed Jul 9, 2014
    by (9 reviews) Adelaide , Australia Flag of Australia

    Beach front

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Thambapanni Retreat Unawatuna

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    Travel Blogs from Unawatuna

    Shopping, beach and massage times

    A travel blog entry by beckeyjw on May 25, 2014

    3 photos

    ... Before taking the bus to Unawatuna I had some delicious lemon sorbet as well :) We got to Unawatuna in good time as it's not that far from Galle. We had booked the hotel we were originally meant to stay in the weekend that I went to Sig. It was a lovely peaceful hostel, close enough to easily walk to the beach but far enough away that it was quiet whilst still being close to the main road. There was fish at the bottom of the stair case and a little garden as well, which added ...

    Couldn't resist a bit more beach....

    A travel blog entry by holly.smith on Jan 19, 2014

    5 photos

    Because of how the dates worked out, I only had one day at work (Thursday) after getting back from Nuwara Eliya before going away again for the weekend, to a beach resort on the south-east coast called Unawatuna.

    On the seven hour journey down, we stopped at a lovely temple. It is the only temple with a stupa (dome, usually closed or reserved for monks) that tourists can enter. Unfortunately, I couldn't remember the rules about when you ...

    Galle

    A travel blog entry by the_saws1 on Oct 15, 2013

    3 photos

    ... have a historic Dutch fort and be quite historic. We take our second ride on a tuk, tuk, no where near as bad as Bangkok, but still interesting as the cars have not heard of catalytic converters! The tuk, tuk driver tells us of a factory that makes nice things and guess what, he wants to take us there, we don't really have much choice but we play along, as we figure the driver will get some commission. Once inside it's more of a posh jewellery ...

    Day eighteen

    A travel blog entry by zoegilbert1990 on Oct 07, 2013

    So we woke up at 5.45am and headed to the harbour for 6.30!! We went on a whale and dolphin watching tour where they told us they had only seen one whale and over 1500 dolphins!! We thought they were exadurating quite a lot!!! So after a sickness tablet and moving some Chinese lady so we had priority seats on the top of the boat we set off where our driver waved us off as ever!! The sea was horrendously choppy and I began to feel dodgy as hell!! Sam then became nervous as ...

    JellyFish

    A travel blog entry by eric.gina on Apr 04, 2013

    ... a yelling match with him till he sulked off tail between his legs. YWCA was way to expensive and the staff were awful. Not helpful at all. Only stayed there one night went to cheaper super friendly hostel. Chennai is known for its Cinemas. So we went and checked out "OZ" 3-D movie theater was 5 star! Best seats, nice plush leather recliners. And Indians watch movie completely different clapping and laughing ...