Siyanco Holiday Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSiyanco Holiday Resort Polonnaruwa
Un hôtel très propre, très confortable. Une super piscine bien appréciée. Restaurant OK. Déjeuner un peu cher, sous forme de buffet, OK. Lors de notre passage l'internet ne fonctionnait pas, déception. On a demandé un rabais sur la chambre qu'on nous a accordé. Personnel sympatique. Super salle de bain, grande et propre !
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TripAdvisor Reviews Siyanco Holiday Resort Polonnaruwa
Travel Blogs from Polonnaruwa
... of the very special relationship of its buildings with the natural setting. It is also a shrine of Buddhism and of Sinhalese history. The tooth of the Lord Buddha, a remarkable relic placed in the Atadage under Vijabayahu, was considered as the talisman of the Sinhalese monarchy: its removal by Bhuvanaikabahu II confirmed the decline of Polonnaruwa.
After the destruction of Anuradhapura in 993 by Rajaraja, Polonnaruwa, a temporary ...
... time and allowed ourselves to be talked into a packaged deal - Bullock cart ride, canoe ride on the lake and a visit to a local village where lunch would be provided, before a tuk-tuk ride back to our vehicle. We felt sorry for the bullock and considered we should have had the 2 bullock powered vehicle. The lake was substantially smaller than described, but our crew harvested a few lotus flowers and fashioned the girls a pretty bouquet. The highlight was ...
... with us started sharing their fruit and sweets with them. In turn we shared the sweets Josh had brought out with him and it wasn't long before the two boys were playing games with us all on our smartphones :-)
They took the telephone number of the family with an open invitation to go to their house if they had time and we all waved cheerio to them as we arrived in Polonnarawa.
True to form there were tuk tuks waiting for us and ...
... to Johor Bahru and then continue with another bus from Johor Bahru to Kuala Lumpur. The reason I did this because sooo cheap. From Singapore to Johor Bahru costs me 2.5 SGD, from Johor Bahru to Kuala Lumpur costs me 30 MYR, the total in Rupiah is about Rp.130.000 (11$). This time I took direct bus from Golden Miles, Singapore to Kuala Lumpur. The bus was not good as I thought but it was okay. I paid 26 SGD for one way from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur. ...
... also be presented with a certificate as they completed the course. This happened when I was here last year and it’s quite a big event, with local businesses and other people being invited along.
So, these ladies come along to a (free) 6 week craft class, learn a skill which then allows them to make clothes/cards/bookmarks/pictures etc, then they sell what they make, which then puts food on their table....pretty amazing ...