It is not the mountain we conquer but ourselves
Lunuganga architecture, - As you walk through this fine place, get to know the The Club Villa architect  Geoffrey Bawa and his great architect’s flair in every sense. Experimented with his ideas about space, light and landscaping all through his long and successful career, Lunuganga gives the details of a the magnificently crafted entrance court and portico, the glass room offering a stunning view beyond.   
As Bawa went on to become one of Asia most prolific and influential artists, Lunuganga remained closest to his heart.
Inspiration the seed. Design but the flower.

A stunning setting of winding waterways with pristine mangrove forests and many islands within. Recognised by the Ramsar Convention of Wetlands of International Importance, the river is home to many species of ecological significance. Colourful birds fly above as water monitors swim by.

The best way to enjoy the beauty of the river is on a journey by boat. Glide through blue waters lined by shady mangroves, glimpse into the lives of local folk as they engage in their day to day activities and make a spiritual stop at the magnificent temple located on an island.

Great design is eliminating all unnecessary details.


Turtle Hatchery Kosgoda, Sea Turtle Conservation Project was established to protect the Sri Lankan turtle from extinction. Kosgoda is a prime turtle nesting site and the project engages the local fishing community in its efforts to conserve turtles by monitoring their activity and conserving nesting sites.

Turtle eggs are collected and brought to the hatchery where they are then buried in sand until the baby turtles hatch. Saved from predators in this manner, the baby turtles are then released to sea at night time. The project also cares for injured or disabled turtles, including albino turtles that would not survive in the wild.

The life of a designer is a life of fight: fight against the ugliness.


Walk through a vibrant collection of these fine pieces of art, each carrying a folklore story of Sri Lankan history and culture.

The masks are handcrafted by villagers for whom the skill has been carried down through generations. To the present day, these masks are an important part of Sri Lanka tradition. As you already know, they are a vital in large pageants, processions and ceremonies in Sri Lanka. They are also featured in dances, drama, and puppet shows.