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Minuwangoda (Sinhala : මිනුවන්ගොඩ, Tamil : மினுவந்கொட) is a town in Gampaha district, governed by an Urban Council, situated near Negombo, Western Province of Sri Lanka. It is located 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) east of Negombo and 35 kilometres (22 mi) north east of Colombo. It is an important junction town, connecting the Negombo to Kandy road (via Veyangoda and Nittambuwa) with the A1/A6 main road from Colombo to Kurunegala. The main bus route 5 from Colombo to Kurunegala passes through the town. The town is also situated near the Bandaranaike International Airport, on the way to Negombo.
Katunayake, is a suburb of Negombo city in Western Province, Sri Lanka. It is the site of Bandaranaike International Airport or Colombo Airport, the primary international air gateway to Sri Lanka. With the change of government in 1977 and the introduction of the open economy policy a large area was allocated to create a free trade zone.
North Western Province is a province of Sri Lanka. The province consists of the districts of Kurunegala and Puttalam. Its capital is Kurunegala, which has a population of 28,571. The province is known mainly for its numerous coconut plantations. Other main towns in this province are Chilaw (24,712) and Puttalam (45,661), which are both small fishing towns. The majority of the population of Wayamba province is of Sinhalese ethnicity. There is also a substantial Sri Lankan Moor minority around Puttalam and Sri Lankan Tamils in Udappu and Munneswaram. Fishing, prawn farming and rubber tree plantations are other prominent industries of the region. The province has an area of 7,888 km², and a population of 2,370,075.
Kurunegala is a major city in Sri Lanka. It is the capital city of the North Western Province and the Kurunegala District. Kurunegala was an ancient royal capital for 50 years, from the end of the 13th century to the start of the 14th century. It is at the junction of several main roads linking to other important parts of the country. It is about 94 kilometres (58 mi) from Colombo, 42 kilometres (26 mi) from Kandy and 51 kilometres (32 mi) from Matale.
Puttalam is the largest town in Puttalam District, North Western Province, Sri Lanka. Puttalam is the administrative capital of the Puttalam District and governed by an Urban Council. Situated 130 kilometres (81 mi) north of Colombo, the capital of Sri Lanka and 95 kilometres (59 mi) north of Negombo. Puttalam is known for energy production, salt, coconut production and fishing. It has one of the largest lagoons in the country. Puttalam is popularly known for kind and hospitality people. It has many virgin tourist destination such as Wilpattu National Park, Kalpitiya, and virgin beaches, natural resources, Dolphin watch, carol watch and sand dunes etc. Puttalam town is near to Anamaduwa.
Gampaha is an urban city in Gampaha District, Western Province, Sri Lanka. It is situated to the north-east of the capital Colombo. It is the sixth largest urban area in Western Province, after Colombo, Negombo, Kalutara, Panadura and Avissawella. Gampaha is also the second largest municipal centre in Gampaha district, after Negombo. Gampaha has a land area of 25.8 ha and is home to the offices of 75 government institutions.
Gampaha District is one of the 25 districts of Sri Lanka, the second level administrative division of the country. It is the second most populous district of Sri Lanka after Colombo District. The district is administered by a District Secretariat headed by a District Secretary appointed by the central government of Sri Lanka. The capital of the district is the town of Gampaha. Negombo however is the largest city and the commercial hub of Gampaha district. The district was carved out of the northern part of Colombo District in September 1978.
Nalanda was an acclaimed Mahavihara, a large Buddhist monastery in ancient Magadha, India.
Mabodale is a village in Gampaha District of Sri Lanka. It is situated approximately 12 km (7.5 mi) from the Gampaha, 15 km (9.3 mi) from the Negombo and also in close proximity to suburban areas of Divulapitiya, Minuwangoda and Veyangoda. Mabodale is approximately 20 km2 (7.7 sq mi) in extent and has a population of approx. 5,000. Paddy and betel cultivation had been the main source of income for many families for decades.
Mirigama is a town in Gampaha District, Sri Lanka. It is located 57 km (35 mi) from Colombo, and 34 km (21 mi) from Negombo.
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Udugampola is a small town in the Gampaha District of Sri Lanka and was a sub kingdom during reign of the King Sakala Kala Wallabha of Kotte Era. The main point in the area is around the intersection of Gampaha-Minuwangoda and Kotugoda-Naiwala roads.
Kuliyapitiya is the second largest town in Kurunegala District, North Western Province, Sri Lanka, governed by an Urban Council. It is located 82 kilometres (51 mi) north-east of Colombo and 38 kilometres (24 mi) from Kurunegala. Kuliyapitiya is home to the Wayamba University of Sri Lanka. Coconut and paddy cultivation are the main economic activities in this area. The town centre includes commerce and retail enterprises.
Ja-Ela is a suburb of Colombo, located approximately 20 km (12 mi) north of the Colombo city centre. Ja-Ela lies on the A3 road which overlaps with the Colombo – Katunayake Expressway at the Ja-Ela Interchange.
Maliyadeva Girls' College is a national Buddhist school in Sri Lanka situated in Kurunegala.
Narammala(නාරම්මල) is a town in Kurunegala district, northwestern province, Sri Lanka. It is connected to Sri Lankan transport network by Kurunegala-Colombo 5 road and Kurunegala-Negombo 34 road. Narammala is 74 km away from Colombo and 18 km away from Kurunegala. This beautiful town is surrounded by blocks of Paddy fields and Coconut estates. Narammala is where the world's first and only betel research lab and institute is situated. It is situated at Dampalassa where is 3.5km far from Narammala town towards to Giriulla.
Nittambuwa is a semi urban town, situated in Gampaha District, Sri Lanka. The town situated on the Colombo-Kandy highway. It is connected also to Negombo with the highway via Veyangoda-Minuwangoda. It was the home town of first prime minister S W R D Bandaranayake and prime minister Sirimawo Bandaranayake.
Dankotuwa is a small town situated in Puttalam District, North Western Province, Sri Lanka. It is located 12 km (7.5 mi) away from Negombo. Dankotuwa is a junction town, connecting Colombo - Negombo - Kuliyapitiya - Hettipola - Panduwasnuwara - Nikaweratiya main road and Negombo - Kurunegala main road.
Danowita is a small town in the western province of Sri Lanka. It is 50 kilometres (31 mi) to Colombo, 59 kilometres (37 mi) to Kandy, and 45 kilometres (28 mi) to Kurunagala. The A1 highway passes by Danowita. Bandaranaike International Airport is the nearest airport.
Pothuwila is a village near Polpithigama in Sri Lanka. It is situated in Kurunegala District within the North Western Province of Sri Lanka. To reach Pothuwila from Kurunegala need to follow A6 road towards Ibbagamuwa about 12 km (7.5 mi) and from there after following 32 km (20 mi) in Ibbagamuwa-Kumbukgete-Madagalla Road Polpithigama can be found. Then need to turn left from Kumbukulawa junction which is 0.5 km (0.31 mi) Polpithigama town. Pothuwila is about 8 km (5.0 mi) from Polpithigama. Mahawa is a close town to Polpithigama and it is about 18 km (11 mi) from Mahawa to Polpithigama via Madagalla. Pothuwila is 152 km (94 mi) from Colombo, 60 km (37 mi) from Dambulla, 25 km (16 mi) from Mahawa, 24 km (15 mi) from Yapahuwa, 76 km (47 mi) from Anuradhapura and 36 km (22 mi) from Melsiripura.