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Located below the bund of the Tissa Wewa (artificial reservoir) on the east side, the park today comprises circa 40 acres. According to an inscription at Vessagiriya nearby, water was supplied to the park by the Tissaweva. There are a total of two stone bathing pools and one pond. The bathing pools would have served members of the royal house. This is the northern bath including on its western side a separate chamber with a moulded bed cut out of rock, which would possibly have been used for spa treatments. The rocky landscape to its south and bund of the Tissa Wewa are behind it.