Pasikuda is a tropical heaven for individuals who chase sunsets and seek rest. The pristine beach and its surroundings will certainly keep you busy throughout your stay whilst you learn an incredible deal about the area people and culture. Here are the highest 3 attractions in Pasikudah.

Bridge Market

If you would like a glimpse of the local lifestyle and see how good they’re at selling, the bridge market is the place to be. Many heirlooms are sold here for unbelievable prices, and also you can even discover paintings, wood carvings, and great souvenirs to take home. The market is a small drive away from properties like Amethyst Resort, which is an incredible Pasikudah resort to be based at.

Kokkadicholai Thaanthonreeswarar Kovil

The famous Kovil will be found once you cross the Manmunai Bridge. This Hindu temple pays respect to Lord Shiva and holds a chariot festival in mid-August with many prayers and rituals. The Kovil is believed to be built across the 4th century, and a number of the pillars and partitions still carry their original vibrant facades.

Batticaloa Dutch Fort     

Cannon in Batticaloa Portuguse Fort
Image via Wikimedia Commons – Anton Croos, Cannon in Batticaloa Portuguese Fort, CC BY-SA 3.0

During the Dutch colonisation, the Batticaloa area became heavily influenced by their culture and architecture. The Dutch Fort serves as evidence of those times. The fort borders the Batticaloa Lagoon and provides a panoramic view of the ocean and the horizons. You may also visit some Ruhuna-era stupas situated in proximity.




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