Palm Garden Village Hotel
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- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPalm Garden Village Hotel Anuradhapura
This is a must-experience hotel. The luxury of it comes from few rooms and humongous landscape! I did not stay here but the food was excellent. Pricey accommodation but well worth it!
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... of King Devanmpiyatissa (3rd century BC) enshrining the right collarbone of the Buddha, His alms bowl and other relics.
Ruvanveli Dagoba built by King Dutugemunu who ruled the country in the 2nd century BC is a huge dagoba measuring 103 metres in height with a circumference of 287 metres.
Jetavana dagoba was built in the 3rd century AD by King Mahasena. It is an enormous
brick structure standing ...
... phone, gesturing for me to pose with them. I then asked if I too could get a picture, more out of confusion about what was going on than anything. Throughout my time there, a lot of children kept staring and giggling at me, pretending to walk off then hiding round corners to get a better look. I now know what it feels like for animals at a zoo. After a quick trip to the train station to book my tickets to Negombo on Friday, I took a cheap lunch at a chain ...
... br> The atmosphere was jovial and the scene was gorgeous, everyone dressed in white.
We were prayed over and given bindis and had bits of string tied around our wrists for good luck.
The ONLY problem with the Buddhist temples is you have to remove your shoes, which I was tough because it's so crazy hot in Sri Lanka, and the stone tiles and sand were scorching!
I have pretty tough soles from rarely wearing ...
January 17, 2014
Our room in Habarana (RS 2,500 per night) was quite humid but otherwise very comfortable so we took this opportunity to have some good sleep. Of course, there was no hot water, however, we were usually so warm that we didnīt mind so much. Hot shower is considered to be a luxury item provided only in some hotels in bigger cities like for example Colombo or Kandy. In general it is necessary to pay much more to get a room with hot shower (at least RS 3,000). ...
... moon poya day commemorating this historic event.
While we were buying our tickets to enter Mihintale we met a German-Argentinian couple who were spending their holidays in Sri Lanka. They were about 65 years and came from Anuradhapura on bikes! They mentioned that they had been cycling their entire life and had discovered a lot of countries from the saddle of their bike. We felt a little bit ashamed :)
Btw. to enter any temple in Sri Lanka ...