Galway Miridiya Lodge

Wasaladantha Mawatha , Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Wasaladantha Mawatha , Anuradhapura, is near Isurumuniya Rock Temple, Twin Baths (Kuttam Pokuna), and Coral Sanctuary.
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Travel Blogs from Anuradhapura


A travel blog entry by deetour on May 22, 2014

1 comment, 10 photos

... has contributed masses of money to ensure the ruins and artefacts in the area are under restoration.

They have 3 main Stupas ( domed temples) that were built at various periods and each one contains at least 92 million hand made bricks - a Buddhist version of a pyramid and also the first universities. They were incredibly advanced also with their water filtering and drainage and sewerage systems, very much like the Romans and at ...

Timeless as a kiss

A travel blog entry by ecour0404 on Mar 28, 2014

1 comment, 13 photos

... and giant frogs. It was a great day. I had planned on spending 2 hours going to a temple on the hill and after 5 hours with my new friend I still hadn't made it there. After a lesson on opening the mind and the minimalistic stance on life I started my climb to the temple which was run by the corrupt monks of a different sect of Buddhism. The contrast between the two was intense. The temple had a 5 dollar entrance fee, donation boxes every few feet, ...

I'm With Stupa

A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on Feb 06, 2014

27 photos

... Anuradhapura.

The bus was a cultural experience in and of itself. When you get to the bus station, you look for a bus with your destination on it, and board. There are no ticket offices or the like where you can ask where your bus is. You pay at some point along the route, finding out what the cost of the trip is at that time. Everything went pretty smoothly on our first bus. We had to change buses at a hub, however, and that was a bit chaotic. There were ...

Sri Lanka - Anuradhapura

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Jan 15, 2014

60 photos

... Every full moon day is known as a Poya in Sinhala language. This is when a practicing Buddhist visits the Temple for the rituals of worship. There are 12 or 13 Poya days per year.

Thanks to a brochure they gave us at the airport after our arrival in Sri Lanka we learnt that Anuradhapura, founded in the 5th century B.C., was a well-known city before the advent of Buddhism. It was the first capital city of Sri Lanka and served as a capital ...

Off to Anuradhapura

A travel blog entry by skeetstravel on Nov 29, 2013

13 photos

... 20 dollars for the main ones, reckon we can just see them from the road. Wrong, the roads are closed to tourists. Didn't matter we cycled all day and saw lots, got some nice pictures. Eat again in the hotel, leave for Dambulla by bus tomorrow. Few fellow travellers we had a chat to. Italian couple going on to Kalpitia, gave them all the info we ...