Hiniduma is a small town in the southern part of Sri Lanka, located in the Galle district. The town is surrounded by beautiful landscapes, lush green forests, and tea plantations. It is known for its natural beauty, and visitors can enjoy trekking and hiking in the nearby areas. Hiniduma is also famous for its historic temples, including the Neluwa Katugas Ella Raja Maha Viharaya, which is believed to date back to the 12th century. The town is also home to several waterfalls, such as the Katu Koli Ella waterfall and the Neluwa Diyaluma waterfall, which are popular attractions for tourists. In addition to its natural beauty and cultural attractions, Hiniduma is also known for its cottage industry, particularly for the production of woven mats, known as "hath pana."