Hambantota town is a coastal city located in the southern part of Sri Lanka, around 240 km from Colombo. It is the main town of the Hambantota district and has a population of approximately 20,000 people.

Hambantota is a historic site with archaeological remains of the ancient Ruhuna Kingdom, which was an important center of trade and maritime activities in Sri Lanka. The town is also known for its rich biodiversity and natural attractions, including the Hambantota salt flats and the Bundala National Park.

In recent years, Hambantota town has undergone significant development with the construction of several infrastructure projects, including the Hambantota Port and the Mattala Rajapaksa International Airport. The town has become an important center for international trade and commerce, as well as a popular tourist destination with a range of accommodation options and attractions for visitors to enjoy.


Exploring the International Airport Mattala Rajapaksa in Sri Lanka

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Yala National Park

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