Brief Garden, Bentota

Currently Open [Closes at 05:00 pm]
  • Address: Mathugama road, Kalawila Village, Bentota, Sri Lanka
  • Timings: 08:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
  • Phone: 0094-773509290
  • Ticket Price: 8 LKR
  • Tags: Garden, Family And Kids, Architecture
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About Brief Garden, Bentota

Around 10 kms inland from Bentota lie the house and gardens of Mr. Bevis Bawa, the brother of Sri Lanka's most famous architect, the late Mr. Geoffrey Bawa. The Brief Garden, as the gardens are also known as, is a wonderful place to get lost in! The house itself has a diverse collection of artwork on display.

How To reach Brief Garden by Public Transport

  • Bentota Railway Station and from there, three wheeler or tuk tuk.

Restaurants Near Brief Garden

  • Snacks available at the Bevis Bawa house.

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  • This place reflects the life style spent by Bevis Bava and his works bit. Garden is well organized and placed plants and other items in a way that mind let to spend in peacefully. Arts and crafts show full human body most of the time.

  • Truly amazing place commonly mistaken by work of Geoffrey Bawa instead done by his brother Bavis Bawa. Moving architecture and Gardening from the entrance itself. Out of box simple design language comprising both calming and emotional feelings. Some features are very bold yet some are amazingly subtle. Even western design features are embedded with Sri Lankan signature. The curators are helpful and willing to make you aware. Great place to spend a day with your family.

  • Beautiful grounds and residence. I wish we could stay at this house, as the setup is just classy and comfortable. The views to the gardens inspire tranquillity and the garden itself creates surprise at every corner.

  • Beautiful place with great architecture.. but its a bit sad to see the place is getting destroyed due to the poor maintenance. After the storm many trees have fallen off.

  • Enjoyed our visit to Brief Garden. Went early to enjoy it without many other people around.

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