Lunuganga Estate was the country home of the renowned Sri Lankan architect Geoffrey Bawa, Sri Lanka’s and one of Asia’s most prolific and influential architects. The garden at the Lunuganga estate remained his first muse and experimental laboratory for new ideas. He continued to change and experiment with its spaces and structures throughout his life until his death in 1998. Left to the Lunuganga Trust on his demise in 2003, the gardens are now open to the public and the buildings on the estate are run as a country house hotel.
Recommended review time for sightseeing: 1 h