Meemure is a beautiful tiny remote village in Sri Lanka, with a very lesser population of 400 people. It is situated between Kandy and Matale District in the array of Knuckles Mountain. Lakegala Mountain in Meemure village is a pyramid mountain. It stands for many spotless ruins, including potholes with the mark of olden human inhabitation. Other mesmerizing attractions in the “Lakegala “area are, “Ravana waterFalls”, “Nawathna falls “and hiking trails in Lakegala deeps.
“The village of Gala Muduna” is a beautiful tiny remote village in the south of Meemure with inhabitants of 20 families. Unblemished from the outside world. It is ironic with fauna and flora of the Knuckles. It gains its name, “Gala Muduna,” because it’s position on a top of a huge rock. There are three primary rivers that initiate from the Knuckles and enter through the area; which are “Heen Ganga”, “Hulu Ganga” and “Kalu Ganga”. Heen Ganga, in precise, begins from eastern angles of the Knuckles range; flows roughly 36km through Corbett gap and Kalupahana; a lastly joins the Mahaweli, the longest river of Sri Lanka Olden forests and varied rocky plates line its banks. Where lays the absolute paradise of ringing waterfalls, potholes, and lively nature. Meemure is a paradise on the earth. Where you can view the wonders of nature!
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