Pegasus Reef Hotel

Address: PO Box 2, Hendala, Wattala, Gampaha District, Western Province, 00700, Sri Lanka | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on PO Box 2, Hendala, Wattala, is near Temple of the Tooth (Sri Dalada Maligawa), Mount Lavinia, Colombo National Museum, and Dehiwala Zoo.
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    Travel Blogs from Wattala


    A travel blog entry by aandl on Apr 05, 2015

    1 comment, 28 photos

    We took the air con minibus from Galle for the journey up the coast to Colombo. It took three and a half hours for the 125k trip hugging the coast, with a long struggle at the end through the Colombo suburbs. We opted for just 2 nights in Colombo, staying at a quite new hotel with compact comfortable modern rooms (and large flat screen TV, fridge and even an AC which could be left on overnight comfortably!). The hotel was ...

    Day trip to Galle

    A travel blog entry by kate.timaeus on Mar 13, 2015

    48 photos

    ... the tsunami back in 2005. The cricket ground suffered but is back in use now.Our lunch was a burger and chips with ice tea but with a Sinhalese touch. Ozzie beef but all else local and home made with proper chips! When we got back to the hotel there appeared to have been a mix up with our hotel booking as our information didn't tally with theirs received from local agent and of course the office was closed but it should be sorted in the morning(fingers crossed).At least we have a ...

    Some R&R, then Elephants in Sri Lanka

    A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer on Mar 09, 2015

    8 photos

    ... the beds no longer exist. However, Sri Lanka is still known for its beautiful precious and semi-precious gemstones, especially sapphires. It is also known for its teas and is the source of about 90% of the cinnamon in the world. It has only recently became a tourist destination as a civil war raged within its borders for 26 years, ending in 2009. Upali told us it was not a civil war -- that there were Tamil (Hindus, originally from India) terrorists that attacked ...

    I made it....

    A travel blog entry by neeto on Nov 15, 2014

    ... food and the occasional guest).

    Anyway, i digress; after getting to my hostel via a white knuckle taxi ride where drivers of any vehicle over here must have developed a sixth sense because the number of close calls was quite amazing. It really is something to behold, Tuktuks fill any small gap and pull out without being able to see past the bus they are overtaking (these guys have some balls). I believe the system is short sharp beep if you're turning or near ...

    Day Twenty – Goodbye India and Hello Sri Lan

    A travel blog entry by meckley on Jul 14, 2014

    5 photos

    ... br>
    Before we left on the trip, we applied for a Visa for Sri Lanka. Unlike the Indian Visa, this was done easily over the internet. Although we had the eVisa, we still got in line to get one (the signs were not very clear and we saw a few people rejected at the Immigration Desk). When we finally got to the agent, they said we already had what we needed and were ushered to the Immigration Desk. He didn’t even look at our paperwork. He simply put a sticker in ...