Kingdom Resort is located at Walagampokun, Godauda, Kottegoda 5km ahead of Dickwella of Southern Coastal Belt of Sri Lanka studded with pristine bay beaches. Distance from Colombo CMB Bandaranayake airport is 211km.
Reaching Kingdom Resort
Kingdom Resort is pleased to arrange your transportation from air port directly to the hotel by chauffeur guide driven car exclusively for your self.
Public transportation: Lanka Ashok Leyland buses operated by Sri Lanka Transport Board along Colombo Matara A2 main road. Seats aren’t guaranteed.
Intercity Transportation run by private bus owners: Japanese air conditioned buses. Seats are guaranteed.
Government Railway: Colombo- Matara southern railway line hugging the south western coast and then Southern coast.
Setting of Kingdom Resort: beachfront villa with landscaped Garden shaded by Coconut palm trees by the beach.
Each of the two air-conditioned rooms and non a/c rooms are set up with a private balcony having beach view.
Facilities at rooms
Safety deposit box, ceiling fan, hot and cold running water
Facilities at hotel
Laundry service, foreign currency exchange, vehicle parking, restaurant and bar, taxi service, boat trip arrangement, Internet access, IDD, Hotel reservation, vehicle rental service.
Ayurveda treatment, meditation activities, fishing by boat trips
Food and Beverages
The hotel serves fresh sea food dishes, Italian dishes and traditional Sinhalese traditional dishes. Local and foreign liquors too are served.
Double room: 22 Euro; double room for single use: 18 Euro; breakfast: 2 Euro per guest
Half a day and One day Excursions arranged by Kingdom Resort
Dondra head at the southernmost point of Sri Lanka: light house and Vishnu Devale
Weherahena Buddhist temple: colossal statue of Buddha and underground chamber of paintings and sculptures.
Matara: Star Fort built by the Portuguese, fortified by the Dutch and occupied by the British
Dickwella: a pristine bay beach 4k south of Kingdom resort.
Hummaniya Blow-hole at Mawella, 7km from Dickwella
Galle:VOC Galle Dutch Fort
Ruhuna Yala National Park: a sanctuary rich in wildlife is home to elephants, leopards, bears, crocodiles, wild boars, deer and many varieties of birds.
Hambantota: salt lakes, fishing and agriculture