Malgamandeniya Ambalama in Akurana – අකුරණ මල්ගමන්දෙණිය අම්බලම
Malgamandeniya is a small agricultural village in Akurana, Matale District. The wooden Ambalama at Malgamandeniya lies on the edge of a paddy field interior to the main road. The structure stands on 4 huge raised wooden beams. The roof is held by another four pillars connected to the floor beams.
It seems that the Ambalama had been restored at some poin in the recent past. The floor beams are today held on a cement floor and the flat tiles of Kandyan era has been replaced by the semi cylindrical clay tiles.
To reach Malgamandeniya you need to take the by road to Konakagala from Kandy Matale road and take the Malgamandeniya road from Galekade junction. On this junction lies another Ambalama of Kandyen Era, the Konakagala Ambalama.
The marker below on the Google Map points to an approximate location of the landmark. You may have to inquire from a local of the exact location.
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Map of Malgamandeniya Ambalama in Akurana
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Travel Directions to Malgamandeniya Ambalama in Akurana
|Route from Kandy to Malgamandeniya Ambalama in Akurana|
|distance :16 km|
Travel time : 1 hour
Time to Spent : 30 mins
Driving directions : see on google map