The Ariyapala mask workshop and museum in Ambalangoda has a display that is everything to do with masks and making it in Sri Lanka. Creative masks are made with a combination of the characters in the folklore that is a part of the Lankan culture; therefore, they play a big role in the events on the island.
Ranjith’s Carving and Batik Museum is a must-visit attraction in Kalutara and features traditional batik, woodcarvings & demon masks.
Craft Lanka in Kalutara offers a range of Sri Lankan handicrafts be it handloom fabrics, traditional masks or wood carved trinkets.
Located in North Kalutara, Tantra Art Gallery has the best wooden crafts, carpentry, sculptures, and masks. A perfect place to buy a souvenir to take home.
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