Puttalam is known for energy production, salt, coconut production, and fishing. It has one of the largest lagoons in the country. Puttalam is popularly known for kind and hospitality people.
Puttalam town is near to Anamaduwa which is the biggest city in Puttalam. The city has good road connections to/from Kalpitiya, Chilaw-Negombo-Colombo, and Anuradhapura (along Wilpattu main entrance). Towards the north, the B379 road runs, along the west entrance to Wilpattu.
Chilaw lies just a few kilometers south of Puttalam and is an admirable city where people of varying backgrounds, religions, and ethnicity live together in peace and harmony.
The beach is calm and tranquil allowing you to lay back in complete relaxation and swim at ease. Relating to the post-Portuguese and Dutch colonial era, the town is famous for pearls and a large fishing community that specializes in crab and prawn farming, and also the famous Munneswaram temple.
Munneswaram temple is an important regional Hindu temple complex in Sri Lanka.
After your breakfast, we will pick you up around 10 am from your hotel in Negombo.
We will leave for Chilaw, there is a saying that Chilaw is famous for crabs and coconuts.
We take you to the famous Munneswaram temple, which is visited by both Hindus as well as Buddhists.
We will proceed to Puttalam. Puttalam is a small but very populous town, famous for salt and fishing.
Puttalam is the home to one of Sri Lanka’s largest lagoons, also called Puttalam lagoon.
We will visit the salt factory and you will be able to see the salt-making procedure.
After lunch, we will take you back to your hotel.
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