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This is a nice place to visit. In mornings and evenings (when sun rises or sets) you can enjoy few hours here enjoying the view. It has an excellent view of the Kurunegala City, which is the capitol of North Western Province and one of...More
This is the highest area in kurunegala town facing towards the city. Whole city is blessed with statue of Lord buddha. Have a nice view from above. Whole city can be seen from above. Cool and calm environment with embracing wind..
The rock got the name as Ethagala meaning Elephant rock merely because of its shape. There is a statue of massive Lord Buddha on the Ethagala and it is spiritual object rather than another construction. Any one of any religion or race can freely visit...More
I deal site for panoramic view of Kurunegala city. do have many ancient ruins and old temple to visit. no returents or lodging close to this place. recommend to travel with some snacks and drinks. do have road access and separate foot path to the...More
Well it was a quick drive up to the mountain and the road was good. There's nothing much to do but the view was breathtaking... Worth going up for the view, people who like to walk might enjoy the path ...
Whenever I stayed at Kurunegala or passed through it in the last 15 years or so, I admired the iconic, landmark statue in pure white sitting on top of the Ethagala rock and visible from almost anywhere in Kurunegala city. Ethagala takes its name from...More
As others have mentioned, the views are amazing. Our driver drove us up the steep road, but I believe it can be hiked as well. It was raining a bit and areas can be quite slippery, so be careful. We went inside the temple/museum part...More
another white, great buddha situated on a high rock. It is a beauty of architecture in its kind. You can go by tuktuk or by foot, but the last option is quite a challenge and certainly not suitable for everyone. It is mainly a great...More