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Malmora Falls

Lankagama, Neluwa, South Coast, Sri Lanka.
Location : Neluwa
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The 30m high Malmora Falls’ name comes from toddy, related to the word ‘Malmuraya,’ which is in common usage amongst toddy tappers in the country.
Near the fall, a naturalised tree named ‘kitul’ (Caryota Urens) grows. The tree blooms between a time spans of eight to 10 years. Its flower is tapped three to four times a day for produce.
The fall is in Lankagama village, Galle District, Hiniduma electorate. To find the fall, trek upward for two km from Lankagama Kekuma Falls.

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