Siyanco Holiday Resort

Address: 1st Canal Road, Polonnaruwa, Sri Lanka | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1st Canal Road, Polonnaruwa, is near Fish Market and Wasgamuwa National Park.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsSiyanco Holiday Resort Polonnaruwa

    Reviewed by benetcaro

    Un bon repis à Polonnaruwa

    Reviewed Jan 6, 2012
    by (4 reviews) Montreal , Canada Flag of Canada

    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 !

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    TripAdvisor Reviews Siyanco Holiday Resort Polonnaruwa

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Polonnaruwa

    Ancient Capitals - Part 1

    A travel blog entry by cookcorn on Jul 02, 2015

    23 photos

    ... the boys a trip to a shop to buy sarongs had been necessary. Anyone visiting these areas be warned, the brickwork gets really hot and I burned my feet. It was so hot on a couple of occasions that there was a blanket refusal to remove flip-flops and trainers leaving me to it.

    Lots of Bhudda statues around the area and moonstones (semicircular entrance way stones at the steps to important buildings - the more elaborate the ...

    Temples and Ayurvedic Spice Gardens

    A travel blog entry by michellendave on Apr 13, 2015

    45 photos

    ... was built originally as a Hindu temple and subsequently believed to have been used by Buddhists.


    Shortly after we got back on the road, a torrential downpour let loose. My "monsoon" umbrella was no match and I got thoroughly soaked on the 20 meter dash to the small local restaurant Sunil recommended in Dambulla. It did seem like a popular place ...

    Cycling the Citadel

    A travel blog entry by sql_spice on Feb 28, 2015

    4 photos

    ... alcohol and beer, locked away in a cage with an attendant. And, we received the side benefit of Shameful Foreigner Stinkeye when we made our purchase. So what gives?? This is a mainly Buddhist, and partially Hindu, nation. Thailand is both very Buddhist and very liquored up; same with India and Hinduism. We can't figure it out, but in the meantime, we're very, very thirsty.

    Tomorrow, we head to Sri Lanka's second biggest city, Kandy!


    Sri Lanka #3

    A travel blog entry by lucyliamontour on Feb 21, 2015

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... the way to travel for the majority of locals so I counted myself very lucky if I managed to grab a seat. I also counted myself even more grateful if I made it to my destination in one piece as the driving on the roads is ridiculous!! The horn is used for anything, at all times, and no one gives way as it is everyone out for themselves on the road as they think they have right of way. I have wondered many times what their driving tests are like (if they have them). ...

    Sigiriya and polonaruwa

    A travel blog entry by sarahinsrilanka on Jan 11, 2015

    4 photos

    ... as it only takes a couple of hours. Rather than buying official tickets which cost around 3300 lkr each we were to pay the tuk tuk driver 5500 all up for the two of us and he would use this to bribe the security guards who check tickets at these sites. The savings were too tempting to do the right thing so we were on our way! The ruins were beautiful, all covered in bright green moss and with jungle surrounding them. The tuk tuk driver was great to have, much better than ...