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Mount Rumassala, a World Heritage Site.

Mount Rumassala, a World Heritage Site.

December 2019 · 4 min read · Southern Province

Hi everyone, I believe that the tour is related to our country's history, culture, religion and even the lives and language of our own people. Even the little addressing patterns that vary from place to place add to the beauty of our country. Well, today we're trying to talk about a different type of travel. Our religion, our recent history, and the beauty of nature are all in one place.

Rumassala is very nearest place to my living area. Only 15 minutes to go there. This is not difficult journey for anyone. You can but tuk tuk from junction and very small amount you need to pay to them. You can go till Peace pagoda without walking. I go there twice a week. I and my travel friends went there through motor bikes. That's very easy way.

Firstly we reached to Japan peace pagoda Rumassala. Rumassala is one of the Japanese Peace Temples built around the world after World War II with the aim of promoting nonviolence among the world community and uniting them on the quest for world peace.

The dagoba built very recently and not historical one than other dagobas in Sri Lanka. Buddha's death statue created from golden color. Below the statue insert description.

Buddhists don't say that's Buddha's death. It pronounce like *Pirinivana* from Buddhism language.

That's first preach of Buddha after enlightenment. Behind the statue wrote some Japanese letters. I don't had any idea what was the meaning. Look at hand sign of Buddha. That was better creation.

We walked around the dagoba. Wow....such a beautiful landscape created from it. Corner of the Galle bay has light house. But I couldn't zoom so long distance. Since peace temple whole Galle town can see much better.

Rumassala, which is a strange place on a plain land, has a breathtaking blue beach. Several shallow shorelines that glisten in the white sand beneath the sunshine are dotted by the mountains.

Rumassala, which is a strange place on a plain land, has a breathtaking blue beach. Several shallow shorelines that glisten in the white sand beneath the sunshine are dotted by the mountains.

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Varieties native to the wet zone as well as thorny shrubs endemic to the dry zone, arid morphological features, mangroves, sand dunes, and coastal vegetation are still common in Mount Rumassala and the surrounding ecosystem. In addition, the Rumassala Range is also the most gravitational force in the world.

Unawatuna East, Unawatuna Central, Unawatuna West and Yaddehmulla Grama Seva Areas belong to the Rumassala, Habaraduwa Divisional Secretariat. It is a mountain range with an elevation of about 110m above sea level. One end of the sea is used for the construction of the Galle Harbor and the other is the famous Wella Devalaya.

Jungle beach is a most beautiful beach in our island. You can see some beautiful fish models after stay few minutes here. Water was very clear with better weather condition. The winds gave nice feeling to us and other visitors.

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On the way there are some of the toughest things to do and not just the sea but you can enjoy a different beach at the Jungle Beach. If someone try to swim marked area that can be dangerous. Some of peoples death after passed those area. Especially drunken people must need to careful about their life.

In some places I have seen lovers heal. That's a great place for themselves because I came here my beginner level of love. There were plastic bottles, arrack bottles, beer cans all over the place. There is no proper disposal of garbage. I have seen men throwing piles of rocks at everything. If possible bring back all you have. Rumassala will be saved for next generation.

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