Medagama Sri Nagarukkaramaya Purana Tampita Viharaya
Algama Mahawaththa Ambalama
The Mahawatta Ambalama is an ancient wayside rest in Algama, situated on the Algama – Horagasmankada road. This rectangular Ambalama is made of brick and mortar. seven square pillars and 2 cylindrical pillars support the structure The roof is clad with clay tiles (rata ulu) To reach the Ambalama, take the Horagasmankada road from Algama and proceed 2.6 km. The Ambalama by the roadside, you can't miss it.
Menikkadawara Tampita Rajamaha Viharaya
Burunnewa Sri Nagarukkarama Tampita Viharaya Warakapola
Dedigama Kota Vehera (Suthigara Chethiya)
Mangedara Purana Tampita Viharaya
Hollombuwa Sthreepura Cave Temple
Nape Bodhirukkarama Purana Tampita Viharaya
Purana Gallen Raja Maha Viharaya Raddalgoda
Atupothdeniya Pothgul Rajamaha Viharaya
The Vihara is located in Giriulla in the Gampaha district and just 62 km away from Colombo.
Anuragoda Sri Sumangalarama Purana Tampita Viharaya
The Anuragoda Sri Sumangalarama Purana Tampita Viharaya also known as Anuragoda Tampita Viharaya is an ancent vihara in Pepiliyawala, Gampaha District. The Sangawasa was built during the British era. This vihara dates back to the 1775.
The Ahugammana Ambalama is situated along the road to the village of Akurumula in Gampaha District. This ancient Ambalama is beautifully sits overlooking paddy fields. Constructed with brick and mortar, with no artwork. A half-height wall around the building completes the structure The opening is at the front towards the small road. The roof is clad with semi-cylindrical sinhala ulu.
Mahalloluwa Sri Saddharmarama Purana Tampita Viharaya
Alagiyawanna Ella Falls
Alagiyawanna Waterfall also known as Bopagama Ella, is situated in the Gampaha district. The waterfall 4M high and is fed from the Nagas Canal that runs through nearby Kandalanda Estate. Visit this falls during the monsoon months to see its glory. Today it's very popular with the local. You can drive up to the falls.
Attanagalla Raja Maha Viharaya
Attanagalla Rajamaha Viharaya is one of the ancient royal temples in Sri Lanka. The Vihara is situated in Western Province, Gampaha district.
Alawala Pothgul Len Rajamaha Viharaya
Alawala Pothgul Len Rajamaha Viharaya at Gampaha is believed to be from the Anuradapura up to the Kandyan Era.
The Apalawatta Ambalama in Urapola is also known as Yatawaka Ambalama lies by the roadside but overlooking a beautiful playfield. Interesting to note that seating inside the Amblama, is constructed at three different heights, believed to have accommodated different social levels or classes.
Pettagankanda Aranya Senasanaya
Uruwala Valagamba Raja Maha Vihara
Image House at Purana Sri Sugatharamaya Tampita Vihara