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Regions of Sri Lanka - East Coast

East Coast

Dutch Fort Trincomalee (Fort Fedrick)

The 'untouched' beaches, ranked one of the best places in the world to 'catch the wave' for surfing is Arugum Bay, in the east coast of Sri Lanka, which includes the renowned natural harbor Trincomalee, for which Sri Lanka was known among traders. Still in development after the end of the three-decade conflict, only a handful of luxury hotels can be found in this area.

 
Districts
Arugam Bay

Ampara

Batticaloa

Batticaloa

Trincomalee Beach

Trincomalee

  
Cities

» Ampara

» Arugam (Arugambay)

» Batticaloa

» Chenkalady

» Eravur

» Kalkudah

» Kalmunai

» Kaluwanchikudi

» Kantale

» Kinniya

» Nilaveli

» Oddamavadi

» Padiyatalawa

» Passekudah

» Pottuvil

» Tiriyaya

» Trincomalee

» Valaichchenai

Attractions
World War II Cemetery

World War II Cemetery

Kanniya Hot Springs

Kanniya Hot Springs

Chapel Hill (Trincomalee Bay) Light House

Chapel Hill (Trincomalee Bay) Light House

Trincomalee Navy Museum & Ostenburg fort

Trincomalee Navy Museum & Ostenburg fort

Giri Handu Seya

Giri Handu Seya

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Articles
Ancient Kingdoms of Sri Lanka

Ancient Kingdoms of Sri Lanka

Adventure and activities in Sri Lanka

Adventure and activities in Sri Lanka

Plantation farming in Sri Lanka

Plantation farming in Sri Lanka

Meditation in Sri Lanka

Meditation in Sri Lanka

Investing In Sri Lanka

Investing In Sri Lanka

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HOTELS

Maalu Maalu Resort & Spa
Welcome to sunny skies, beaches of velvet sand, dazzling blue seas and tranquility. Welcome to Maalu Maalu, the hidden haven where you kick off your

RESTAURANTS

Hang Loose Restaurant
As the name indicates the HangLoose Guesthouse in Arugam Bay is a typical surfer's destination. Functional, inexpensive accommodation combined with an excellent restaurant provides the

SHOPPINGS

Casio Fashions

PERSONAL CARE

Pigeon Island Resort Ayurveda Spa
Ayurveda is an ancient medical tradition that spreads from ancient India to around the South Asian region. In Sri Lanka, the practice developed to a