5.5 hour drive from Galle to Hatton

unless you only stay in Colombo or you have plenty of time to take public transportation, the best way to travel across Sri Lanka is to rent a car with English speaking chauffeur you will find many car rental companies in Sri Lanka on internet, to play safe, we asked hotel for a referral. The transfer... Continue Reading →


WB Villa, is a small boutique hotel (only 2 rooms) and restuarant, with access to a private beach - Why Beach

Old Town of Galle

Galle is a major coastal city, situated on the southwestern of Sri Lanka. It is a fortified city built by the Portuguese, the Dutch build the present Fort in 16th century; the Fort was preserved unchanged after British took over the country from the Dutch in year 1796. Old Town of Galle and its Fortifications... Continue Reading →

Breakfast at Amangalla

We enjoyed breakfast in the beautiful veranda with old town view, almost every monring during our stay at AmangallaGalle old town viewour last day at Amangalla, in room breakfast


Amanglla, formerly the New Oriental Hotel was located in Galle, within the premises of Galle Fort - The UNESCO World Heritage Site. The oldest building of the hotel was built by the Dutch in 1684, and the complex was completed in 1715, and converted into the New Oriental Hotel in 1865. In 2005, it became... Continue Reading →

11 days in Sri Lanka

We started planning our Sri Lanka trip almost 10 months ago; our original plan was staying in Galle to attend a wedding and one more coastal city, such as Tangalle, Bentota, Negombo, to enjoy the sun and beach. Except Ceylon tea, we knew nothing about Sri Lanka; we thought probable we would not go to... Continue Reading →

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