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All reviews entrance fee tuk tuk the owner per person sri lanka guided tour couple of hours hidden away interesting history worth the effort interesting house australian artist every corner famous visitors vivien leigh famous architect his life
Our driver told us about this place as we had some knowledge of the Bawa family. It is a lovely garden and a unique house built to suit the conditions. The house contains some nice art and furniture and the current custodian provides a guided...More
Went to the 9.30am viewing with a guide. 1500 lkr. Very lush and green with a large variety of plants and foliage. Beautiful views
with water on 2 sides of the estate. Used to be a rubber plantation. Took about an hour to walk around....More
A mixture of beautifully maintained gardens and the art of Australian Donald Friend makes this a fascinating discovery. The site was bequeathed to the head gardener on the death of Bevis Bawa, and he certainly has an intriguing tale to tell.
Do drive there with a car and driver. It is located in the countryside and not accessable by touring bus. Entry 5 euro per person. Truly stunning location that gives an impression how Sri Lankan nature was in the 20th century with peaceful villages and...More
just a green lush garden. one has to pay 1500 lkr as a entrance fee & ring a bell , a person wil open the gate & wil show you the way to enter the garden in a narrow path. after you finish the garden...More
Architecturally beautiful landscaped garden. Very clever layout with plenty of interest. If you are just looking for some pretty flowers then this is not the garden for you. If however you appreciate landscape design then you will be well rewarded. After visiting the garden, we...More
We had a guide on this day we didn’t even know he was taking us to this garden ,wow what a surprise ,we enjoyed it immensely .
Garden was wonderful with all its different sections ,the house and artworks and Bevis Barwa stories ,all the...More
Unlike Lunuganga, this attraction can be visited at any time. We hired a tuk-tuk from our hotel in Bentota for 150rupees and the driver waited for us-the visit lasted just over an hour but you can dawdle as much as you like. You really do...More