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 – One of Kalutara’s Most Essential Attractions
Ranjith’s Carving and Batik Museum is a must-visit attraction in Kalutara and features traditional batik, woodcarvings & demon masks.
Craft Lanka – An Excellent Place to Buy Local Handicraft Products
Craft Lanka in Kalutara offers a range of Sri Lankan handicrafts be it handloom fabrics, traditional masks or wood carved trinkets.
Tantra Art Gallery – An Intriguing Collection of Local Creativity
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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