Built in the 20th century AD, Panduwasnuwara is spread over an area of 20 hectares. A king's tale is what Panduwasnuwara entails. Named after King Panduwasdev who took the throne back in 504 BC, this town is home to his rules’ remains. The first ever irrigation reservoir in history was built here. Some of the ruins still exist here such as the royal palace with carved pillars and guard stones and a stone inscription. From the moated tower known as Ektemge, which was the home of the beautiful Princess Unmada Chitra, to the tomb of King Vijaya is also present amongst the ruins.