Bambarapana Medipokuna Bandara Kandura Ambalama Ambalama is a small ancient wayside rest made of stone pillars and blocks of stone hidden away from the popular road network in Badulla district on the way to the mysterious Halaba Bridge across Uma Oya.
There are 2 short stone pillars at the entrance to the Ambalama. One pillar is inscribed with the date and the donor of the Ambalama. Accordingly, it has been constructed in Buddhist Era 2464 (1920 CE). The rest of the inscription is not clear.
The Amblama is a rectangular structure with half-height walls. Three benches are built on 3 sides. The bench on the rear wall is built at a slightly higher elevation compared to the side benches. Next to the Ambalama lies an overflowing tank of water fed by a natural steam.
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|Route from Bandarawela to Bambarapana Medipokuna Bandara Kandura Ambalama|
|Distance : 46 km|
Travel time : 1.15 hours
Time to Spent : 15 mins
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