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.
What happened to the Kalutara Fort ? – The Colonial remnants of Kaluthota
Where is Kalutara Fort located you wonder? Even though this colonial fort doesn't exist today it had been a significant stronghold during the era. Build by Portuguese and revamped by the Dutch and was later demolished to build Kalutara temple.
Kosgulana Suspension Bridge – For a suspenseful crossing
The Kosgulana Suspension Bridge is a lesser-known attraction on the east border of Kalutara district that the locals use every day and is well worth a visit if you are there already. Crossing over the bridge is not for the faint-hearted and people with vertigo. Check out the article to find out why.
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.
4 Serene Buddhist Monasteries in the Kalutara District – The Spiritual Sanctuaries of The Island’s South-West
Kalutara district is blessed with not only golden sand tropical beaches but serene forest reserves. There are tranquil Buddhist monasteries that are located in these verdant jungles to spread Lord Buddha's teachings and facilitate people who seek solace in Vipassana meditation.
Kalutara Basket Centre – A unique shopping experience
The Kalutara Basket Centre has baskets of great quality and is a must visit when you are in Kalutara or in the towns nearby.
Ketchimalai Mosque – A Beruwala landmark
The Kechchimalai Mosque in Beruwala is a highly significant religious place for all the Muslims in the area and all over Sri Lanka too.
These Beaches in Sri Lanka are perfect for your Romantic Gateway
Sri Lanka is gifted with splendid beaches and travellers are spoilt for choices. Here we've compiled a list of blissful beaches for lovebirds who are looking to rekindle and re-invigorate their love while in Sri Lanka. Check it out.
South Asia’s tallest standing Buddha statue at Batamulla Kanda – A Monumental Buddhist Statue
Sri Lanka’s newest Buddha statue is reportedly the biggest in all of South Asia and is definitely something to check out in Kalutara.
Moragalla Beach – A Treasured Coastal Retreat along Sri Lanka’s West Coast
Moragalla Beach is a beautiful stretch of land that is situated just next to the famous Beruwala area, situated just southwards of it. Nowadays, Moragalla has almost merged with Beruwala to create one of the most enticing coastal destinations on the island.