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Kiribathgoda is a large suburb of Colombo city, and is situated on A1 highway, from Colombo to Kandy between Kelaniya and Mahara/Kadawatha in Sri Lanka. It is the first commercial E-Suburb in Sri Lanka. This suburb located 12 km away from Colombo city center Fort. It is also linked to Makola by road. There is also a Bus Stand at Kiribathgoda.
Sinhalese ethnicity dominates Kiribathgoda with a majority of Sinhalese belonging to Buddhism & a significant minority belonging to Christianity (Majority; Catholicism). There are multitudinous number of Buddhist temples spread throughout Kiribathgoda & a Catholic church in the outskirt of Kiribathgoda.
By vehicle:- Arrival from Bandaranayake International Air Port, 40 minutes drive to Kiribathgoda, from Colombo on the Kandy road it takes half hour time. By bus:- you can take any bus run through Kandy road.
Kiribathgoda is neighbouring with Wattala, Mahara, Makola & Kaleniya.
YMBA Hall is the cheapest conference and exhibition hall available in Kiribathgoda town for public. Also there is some hotels and guest houses are providing conference facilities.
Banking, money and finance
Bankers:- Number of Sri Lankan bankers, branches available, they are Commercial Bank of Ceylon, National Development Bank, Sampath Bank, Seylan Bank, Peoples Bank, Hatton National Bank, Lanka Bank, National Saving Bank.
Schools, education centers, tuition classes
The University of Kelaniya is one of the main State Universities of Sri Lanka is situated just near the Kiribathgoda city limits, in the ancient and historic city of Kelaniya, the University boasts two major campuses, seven locations, six faculties and four institutions.
Couple of School's and International school available in Kiribathgoda town, they are Viharamahadeavi Balika Vidyalaya (Ladies only), Ramasinghe Vidyalaya (Mix), and Ureaka International School
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