Kegalle Jubilee Ambalama – කෑගල්ල ජුබිලි අම්බලම
The Jubilee Ambalama at Kegalle town (Kegalla Jubilee Ambalama) is a large building size of a small house lying in the center of the Kagalle City. It has been built in 1887 in parallel to the visit by Queen Victoria of England to then Ceylon.
Thereafter this Ambalama had been used as the place where the various village headmen changed in to the official costumes when they came to visit the Government Agent in Kegalle. The place also has bee used as the resting place for the nights for merchants traveling from Colombo to Kandy during the British Era.
The building had been last renovated in 2000 and is being used as the the government Ayurvedic Medicine Center.
- Ambalama Heritage of Sri Lanka
- Ancient Heritage Sites of Sri Lanka
- Other Places of Interest Within 25 kilometers
Map of Kegalle Jubilee Ambalama
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Travel Directions to Kegalle Jubilee Ambalama
|Route from Colombo to Kegalle Jubilee Ambalama|
|distance : 80 km|
Travel time : 2 hours
Time to Spent : 15 mins
Driving directions : see on google map