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You should go there early in the morning or evening. Do not go between 11 am to 3 pm because area is very foot burning hot. If you go there in the evening you can spend a time in the beach area also.
A completely hidden little place. Temple almost 2000 years old. No protection ( I dont think the muslims around care much about bhudist heritage), but well worth the little detour. Half an hour of walking on hot sand should do it! Enjoy something free in...More
This is known to be the place that the princess Devi landed after she was sacrificed to the sea by her father. It is a historical site and the a large stretch of Arugambay beach belong to this temple. The weather is usually hot in...More
An ancient historical place dated to Kawan Thissa era (nearly 2000 years ago) and situated in Eastern Province in Sri Lanka. This temple is so close to Pothuvil beach and now see the ruins of "Seema Malaka" and "Sthupa".
A beautiful temple marking the landing site of viharamaha devi. Scattered with stone statues and relics in the white sand dunes makes an impression in your mind. Great view of a clear beach from the dagoba area. Two lonely monks strive to protect this temple...More
antique and modern statues joining together on the large premises. A short walk upto the sandy dunes bring you on top of the hill where the stupa is built. From there you have a nice view over the sea. Large parkingspace, but very dirty, available
Interesting temple - not much to see and there is nothing to read about when it was built or anything. Lovely thing about it was there were no other tourists! Bliss! There was a ceremony going on in the neighbouring temple, which gave my visit...More