Coconut Cultural Park, Pasikuda

Have you ever tasted coconut ice cream or coconut-based honey, or even tried a ride on a bull-drawn cart? The newly opened Coconut Cultural Park in Passikudah brings to you all these wonders.  

The Coconut Cultural Park is situated just opposite the beautiful Passikudah Beach and stretches over an expanse of more than 238 acres, of which 25 acres have been developed as a tourist zone. Managed by the Coconut Development Board, the friendly staff will demonstrate to you how they grow coconut and how they make varieties of coconut products. You can also learn how to cultivate the fruit and vegetables.

If you are tired of walking around, just get on the bull drawn cart for a relaxed and exciting car ride. To double your excitement, the staff will serve you a fresh papaya or pineapple or coconut water and be sure not to miss having the best ever coconut ice cream! The small souvenir shop offers fabulous handmade coconut products and souvenirs at reasonable prices for you to buy for your loved ones.

The cultural dance show in the evening will make your stay fun and unforgettable.


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Activities at this Site

We have plenty of activities and classes that you can book with us in case you get bored of the beutiful beach of Passikudah!

You will be able to see demonstrations on how they produce the Toddy, an alcoholic beverage very similar to Arrak, the Sri Lankan "rum", and also the traditional Coconut Oil. We also have demonstrations on how to make trickle, a honey that uses molasses as a sweetener.

If you are an arts and crafts lover, take an afternoon to come and take a class on how to make handcrafts, and if one of your passions in life is cooking book a cooking class!

Also offered is a demonstration on how to cultivate vegetables...

So we got plenty of Sri  Lankan cultural experiences to share with you in our Park, visit us!





Hours Open

The Coconut Cultural Park is opened from Monday to Saturday 8.00 a.m to 6.30 p.m and the Cultural Dance shows are conducted on Fridays and Saturdays from 6.30 pm to 8.00 pm.

Seasons Open

Throughout the Year

Eco-Friendly Notes

It is a preserved area and preserving the environment is everyone's responsibility. Please make zero damage to the plants and other crops and features of the park and surrender the trash into the waste bins.


Accessibility Notes

Has easy access by road. Just in front of Uga Bay and Maalu Maalu hotels just opposite of the Passikudah Beach.

Pet Friendly Notes

Pets are not allowed.  


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