Usgala Siyambalangamuwa Wewa – සියඹලන්ගමුව වැව

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Siyambalangamuwa Tank

Local fisherman at Siyambalangamuwa Tank

Usgala Siyambalangamuwa Wewa   is one of the many tanks built by the ancient Sri Lanka’s King Mahasen (276-303) who ruled during the Anuradhapura Kingdom. The tank is located west of Kala Wewa which is another wonder of King Mahasen. Later King Dhathusena (459-477) built the Balaluwewa Ela (Balaluwewa Canal), the left bank canal of Kalawewa to take water to Siyambalangamuwa Wewa from the Kala Wewa.

The Siyambalangamuwa  Wewa   covers an area of approximately 7.5 sq.km (758 hectares) and holds 27 million cubic meters of water  at full capacity. The bund (dam) has a length of 1.3 kms with a depth of 13m at the slice gates.

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Traveling to Usgala Siyambalangamuwa Wewa

Route from Colombo Town to Usgala Siyambalangamuwa Wewa

Through : Talawa – Tanbuttegama
Distance : 44 km
Travel time : 1 hour
Driving directions : see on google map

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