Gangaramaya Temple is one of the most significant sanctuaries in Colombo, Sri Lanka, being a blend of present-day design and social pith. Situated on the Beira Lake, it was finished in the late nineteenth century. The sanctuary's design shows a mixed blend of Sri Lankan, Thai, Indian, and Chinese engineering. This Buddhist sanctuary incorporates a few monumental structures and is arranged not a long way from the tranquil waters of Beira Lake on a plot of land that was initially a little seclusion on a bit of muddy land. It has the fundamental highlights of a Vihara, the Cetiya the Bodhi tree, the Vihara Mandiraya, the Seema malaka (gathering lobby for priests) and the Relic Chamber. What's more, a gallery, a library, a private corridor, a three storeyed Pirivena, instructive lobbies and a donations lobby are likewise on the premises. Generally prominent for travelers is the engineering of the Simamalaka Shrine, which was worked with gifts from a Muslim support to the structure of Geoffrey Bawa.
Address: 61 Sri Jinarathana Rd, Colombo 00200, Sri Lanka
Visiting Hours: 06:00 am to 10:00 pm
Entry Fees: Free
Phone: +94 112 435 169