The SpaceExecutive Holiday Bungalow
The bungalow is an upper middle class, traditional Sri Lankan house with all modern facilities. It is located in the residential area, Bordering bolgoda lake 50 km from Colombo International airport, 21 km south of Colombo city center close proximity to shopping, good dining, railway station and a lot of activities.
Facilities available in the Bungalow
* 4 bedrooms (1 with attached bathrooms)
* With Fans
* Daily cleaning
* Hot and cold water
* Wi-Fi internet (ADSL) access
* Satellite TV and DVD Player (In Living Area)
* Laundry service
* Hair Dryer
* Boat Rides & Fishing
Facilities available within 15 km radius
* Easy access to Colombo city center
* Ten minutes walk to the beach
* Access to swimming pools at 3 nearby hotels
* 10min Drive to Super markets, Banks, Post office, Railway station and many local and * International restaurants including Pizza Hut, KFC, etc
* Supermarkets and shopping complexes
* Pubs, night clubs and casinos
* Royal Colombo Golf Club (one of the five oldest in the world)
* Tennis Clubs
* Horseback riding
* International Conference center - BMICH
* National Zoological Garden
* National Museum
* Spa and Ayurveda
* Excel world Entertainment Park
MORATUWA - (Distance from Colombo : 21 km)
South of Colombo, Moratuwa is an immediate city surb, and the beach has long been one of the most famous in Sri Lanka, dating back to colonial times. It lies alongside a wind - swept headland jutting into the waters of the Indian Ocean. The Governor's House built in 1805 by Sir Thomas Maitland, now forms part of the Mount Lavinia Hotel.
COLOMBO - (Population: 700,000)
Colombo is a fascinating city, not only due to its comfortable blend of East and West, but also for its cozy mixture of the past and present. It is the commercial capital of the country and is only 34 kilometers from the international air port.
Attractions: Buddhist temples, Hindu temples, churches the old Parliament building, the zoo, museums, and art gallaries.
NATIONAL MUSEUM, COLOMBO - Situated in Sir Marcus Fernando Mawatha, Colombo 07. It was the first public museum to be established in Sri Lanka (1877). It is best known for its collection of antiques and objects displaying the cultural heritage of Sri Lanka, including national treasures and artifacts from all parts of the island. A section of the first floor houses the Puppetry and Children's museum. It also houses a library with more than 4,000 ancient palm leaf manuscripts.
NATIONAL MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY - Situated in the same premises as the Cultural museum, it is also accessible from Ananda Coomaraswamy Mawatha, Colombo 07. It displays the natural heritage of Sri Lanka. Fauna are displayed in dioramas and there are sections on applied botany, geology, fossils and the natural environment. In the Discovery Room one can find the mounted skeleton of an elephant and a scale model in reliefs showing the topography of a part of Sri Lanka.
THE DUTCH PERIOD MUSEUM - Situated at Kumara Weediya, Pettah, Colombo 11, the old " Dutch House " in Prince Street, Pettah, which houses this museum was built in the latter part of the Count August Carl Van Ranzow. Today, the sides of the street are filled with boutiques and stores. This building embodies the unique architectural features of the Dutch legacy with artifacts such as furniture, ceramics, coins, arms, etc. Portraying facets of contemporary life and culture. (Tel : 448466)
THE NATIONAL ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS (NZG)
The NZG at Dehiwela, a southern suburb of Colombo is a well-laid out zoo, with a large collection of animals, birds and reptiles. Its troupe of lovable dancing elephants, who put on a daily evening show, is a big draw.
GOLF - It is almost 125 years since the Royal Colombo Golf Club was inaugurated. The stone was laid and a course was built on the Galle Face esplanade. The Royal Colombo is the second oldest Royal Calcutta outside the British Isles, with the Royal Calcutta Golf Club established 175 years ago identified as the oldest. During this period of time, every imaginable game was played on Galle Face and the playing area was so crowded, that golf was getting choked due to unlawful encroachment.