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The KK Collection introduces new unique luxury pool villas

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‘Kumbuk’, designed as a cottage-style villa, set in its own large private walled garden, offers the ultimate private getaway. Featuring an outdoor, ‘under-the-stars’ shower and four sets of French windows, framed by light lime-yellow walls, this exquisite villa overlooks the pool and garden, offering the ideal haven for rest and relaxation

‘Kadju’, designed to offer views of the tea estate and lush jungle (home to majestic peacocks) offers guests a remarkable experience of the Paradise Island. Featuring French Windows, intricate Indian prints and a dramatic metal four-poster bed with a canopied top, its unique design consists of a shaded entry pathway and lobby cum banquette. Boasting classical, intricate interiors and an infinity-edge pool, ‘Kadju’ has been defined as the perfect opportunity for travellers to experience the best of tropical luxury living 


The KK Collection announces the launch of two new luxury pool villas. The expansion is expected to take place at its flagship property Kahanda Kanda, located in the thriving tourist capital, along the Southern Coast of Sri Lanka-Galle.

The KK Collection consists of two elegant boutique hotels in Galle, Kahanda Kanda and KK Beach. The award-winning KK Collection is designed to offer luxury travellers a stylish and serenity-focused experience, offering the perfect contrast between the island’s palm-framed beach and lush interiors. The addition of ‘Kadju’ and ‘Kumbuk’, two ultra-luxury pool villas are set to be a haven for international luxury travellers that have their sights set on Sri Lanka, as a tropical adventure destination, providing an exquisite villa experience for the niche clientele.

Commenting on the addition of ‘Kadju’ and ‘Kumbuk’, KK Collection Founder George Coopers said: “I am thrilled at Kahanda Kanda that we are launching these two new categories. After careful consideration of the offering, design and features, we have created two ultra-luxury villas to further enhance the Kahanda Kanda experience. The criteria are the amount of space in each villa, along with the benefit of a private pool. We hope this will not only satisfy but exceed the expectations of our clients, as they take in our stunning decor, supreme comfort and complete privacy.”

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