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Uga Bay

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Uga Bay is set in a beautiful location on the east coast of Sri Lanka in the town of Passikudah. The rooms are spacious and beautifully decorated. The resort boasts a lovely beach offering plenty of activities. There are also snorkelling opportunities here. The spa is underground, but has windows offering great views of the Indian Ocean.
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Uga Bay Summary

The main pool will be closed from 1-15th Nov 2024 for maintenance.

Uga Bay is an elegant luxury beach resort on the east coast of Sri Lanka near the town of Passikudah. Each of it's 46 spacious rooms and suites offer great views of Passikudah Bay with facilities including an underground spa, a large pool, beach bar, jet ski rental and a first class restaurant offering a great selection of local and international cuisines.

Uga Bay Highlights

Exclusivity, first-class service and privacy make this resort in Passikudah an ideal destination for honeymooners and families alike. The underground spa at Uga Bay offers spellbinding Indian Ocean views while you enjoy spa treatments featuring Balinese and western massages, body rituals and therapies.

There’s plenty to do if you want to, but Uga Bay is also ideal for those who simply want to relax with the sand between their toes or soak up the sun beside the swimming pool. For the adventurous, it’s a few dozen steps from the beach to the reef, a snorkeler’s paradise as well as a great spot to fish for Trevally jack and grouper. Farther out, famous WW2 wrecks attract scuba divers, while fun-lovers can rent jet-skis from the hotel for a hour or more of excitement.

Sri Lankan tourist attractions in the vicinity include local villages and markets, traditional Hindu temples, the Dutch fort at nearby Batticaloa and the ancient city of Polonnaruwa with its giant Buddha statues and thirteenth-century ruins reminiscent of Angkor.