Ahungalla Travel Guide
Basketware and handicrafts can be bought from local street side vendors. The area around Ahungalla, particuarly Ambalangoda, is famous for its traditional hand carved masks made from light Kaduru wood and painted with vegetable paints. Some of the more elaborate masks feature fearsome faces with fanglike teeth and bloodthirsty tongues.
There is a moonstone quarry in Meetiyagoda and you can buy some of these enchanting stones at reasonable prices.
Ahungalla beach - this lovely strech of beach plays host to some of the most luxurious hotels on the west coast and is lined with post card perfect coconut groves.
Kosgoda beach - a pleasant strech of beach that attracts lots of turtles.
Ahungalla Restaurants and Bars
Lotus Villa - Ahungalla beachfront. For a taste of Europe try this great Austrian speciality restaurant.
Kosgoda Beach Resort - between sea and lagoonin Kosgoda. Excellent restaurant with good seafood dishes.
Don's Deli - Duplication Road, Bambalapitiya. The deli serves a great range of pies, sandwiches and snacks.
Izza Pizza - Duplication Road, Bambalapitiya. Italian flair and freshly prepared calzones and pizzas.
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