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Welcome to Shiro Hotel
Just minutes from Weeraketiya town, Shiro Hotel is situated on Weerakeiya-Dammulla Road in Mulgirigala. Continently located in Mulgirigala with ample parking space and in close proximity to all the major roads and transportation.
Shiro Hotel was established in 2005 to provide its customers with a Convenient Location, Delicious Food, and Superior Service to make their Events/Functions memorable. With a well trained staff and internationally trained chefs we have maintained our Quality and Standards throughout the years. We understand that your special day deserve the utmost attention and care, and that is why we take each function on an individual basis and give it the care and attention that it deserve.
It is our pleasure to serve you.
A magical wedding, set next to the beautiful Mulgirigala Lake, away from the hustle and bustle of the city.Situated among the best of views Shiro Hotel is a favourite to host Wedding Ceremonies, Club Parties, Birthday parties and for important meetings, and being a public favourite Shiro Hotel is one of the common name to host Wedding Ceremonies We are specialized in housing Matrimonial Ceremonies, with an ideal atmosphere that will surely enliven anyone’s wedding dreams.
Book your wedding today!
Most importantly, our expert event staff will allow you to enjoy all the fun without all the effort. Along with our professional event planning and delicious catering options, we are able to provide referrals and assistance with transportation, flowers, photography, live music, DJs and any other special rentals or requests you may have.
Our Wedding Services offered Freely
Five hours free for the Occasion Hall,
Traditional Oil Lamp & Traditional Kawichchiya.*
A special hall allocated for Photography.*
Pan Kendiya and the Cake Basket.*
Different Background settings for Photography.
Dressing room for the bride.
Well furnished room with the state of the art facilities for the Bride and the Groom.
You can obtain the following services from Us
(Poruwa Decorations, Settee Back, Lamps, Entrance Decor)
Poruwa Rituals (Ashtaka)
Kandiyan Dancing Troupes
Lighting for occasions in the Night
If require VIP services (Champaign Fountain)
#Mulkirigala ~ 1km Away
Mulkirigala Rock Temple or the Raja Maha Viharaya can be reached coming along Beliatta -Weeraketiya main road and turning off at Mulkirigala Junction. The temple is situated 2 kM from the Mulkirigala Junction. One can reach Beliatta Town from either Dikwella or Tangalla.
Read more about Mulkirigala Raja Maha Viharaya
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Kasagala Temple ~ 7km Away
Kasagala Rajamaha Vihara which is belonged to the area of Angunakolapalessa Pradeshiya Sabha is situated about 9.6 km. away from Ranna junction of Weeraketiya – Ranna road. This temple has been constructed in the era of Anuradhapura and ruled by various kings. The temple possesses a land area containing in extent about Five thousand acres. This name of the temple “Kasagala” was created due to drying robes of the monks on stones. Almost everywhere in the temple granite can be seen.
Read more about Kasagala Temple
Naigala Temple ~ 5km Away
Naigala Rajamaha Viharaya is situated about one and half kilometers away from Ranna junction in the Hambantota district.Ruins provide evidence of about a large number of Buddhist monks who lived in the viharaya. A number of archeological monuments were also found during excavation by the Archaeological Department in 2009.
The temple was identified as a Kala Pabbatha Vihara by examining inscriptions in the premises. Sthupas, monasteries, walls, Boodhigaras and ponds also can be seen among other ruins a
Tangalle ~ 14km Away
Tangalle town itself is situated just back from a “projecting rock” from which, it is said, the towns name Tangalle is derived. The town, in spite of being beside the bay, fishing harbour & busy market has a relaxed atmosphere with some reminders of Dutch days, including the Rest House. It’s one of the oldest rest houses in the Sri Lanka, originally built, as a plaque on the front steps indicates, by the Dutch in 1774. For its size, the town has a relaxed atmosphere with a busy market & many reminders of the Dutch heritage. Tangalle actually encompasses adjoining villages. To the west are the picturesque upmarket villages of Goyambokka & Pallikaduwa. And to the north, along the stretched arc of bay are Medaketiya and Medilla.