Rantati Deke Diya Bubula is an natural spring hidden deep inside Meegahakivula among the tranquil paddy fields supporting the village for various water needs.
. Traveling 3.8 kilometers towards Kandeketiya from Meegahakivula junction will bring you to the road to Pallewela. Take this road for 1 km and it will take to the area called Viharalanda.
There are few houses with a small paddy field and a water tank at one point. 20m away you would come across this interesting fresh water spring. There is much folklore related to this spring. One of those is a “farmer seen two golden plates knocking together and floating on top of the spring” which gave its name ‘the spring of 2 golden plates’
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Map of Rantati Deke Diya Bubula
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Route from Badulla to Rantati Deke Diya Bubula
|Through : Mahiyangana Road|
Distance : 28 km
Travel time : 45 minues
Driving directions : see on google map