Polonnaruwa

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The vast and ancient city of Polonnaruwa, the capital of the Singhalese kingdom after the fall of Anuradhapura, is best to explore by bike. In the 12C Parakrama the Great harnessed water from the river and every last drop of rain to create a magnificent garden. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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Polonnaruwa Citadel
Polonnaruwa Citadel
The Citadel - itself enclosed inside the
90 minutes
Polonnaruwa: Rock Temple (Gal Vihara)
Polonnaruwa: Rock Temple (Gal Vihara)
Gal Vihara, a temple outside the walls
60 minutes
Polonnaruwa: Crematory Monastery
Polonnaruwa: Crematory Monastery
The remains of the Alahena Pirivena, a
30 minutes
Polonnaruwa: Terrace of the Tooth Relic
Polonnaruwa: Terrace of the Tooth Relic
The ancient Singhalese kings housed and
60 minutes
Polonnaruwa Archaeological Museum
Polonnaruwa Archaeological Museum
Although there's nothing like on site
120 minutes
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Polonnaruwa Citadel
Polonnaruwa Citadel
The Citadel - itself enclosed inside the
90 minutes
Polonnaruwa: Rock Temple (Gal Vihara)
Polonnaruwa: Rock Temple (Gal Vihara)
Gal Vihara, a temple outside the walls
60 minutes
Polonnaruwa: Crematory Monastery
Polonnaruwa: Crematory Monastery
The remains of the Alahena Pirivena, a
30 minutes
See all