Addalaichenai Tourism

Addalaichenai (Tamil: அட்டாளைச்சேனை) in the Ampara District of Sri Lanka derived its name from a classical origin "Addala Chenai" in which Addala (அடளை) means a place made for protect the cultivation at higher places, and Chena (சேனை) means crop cultivation. However many is of the opinion that farmers origin is also behind the framing of the name Addalaichenai. The village Addalaichenai was being part of Akkaripattu up to 1978 and then separated from Akkaraipattu. Addalaichenai came to be regarded as the country's agricultural important place in 1978 when the DRO office was formed. Addalaichenai has been well known by traders from almost 2000 years ago. Prior to the establishment of the Divisional Secretariat in 1991, the office of the Assistant Government Agent was functioning as the institution catering to the day to day news of the people in the division. which was in view on office of the Assistant Government Agent was opened on October 10, 1973 in Addalaichenai consisting Palamunai, Oluvil, Deegawapiya and Thiraikerny hamlets. This office is situated on the main road near the 36th mile post from Batticaloa to Akkaraipattu in the coastal belt of Ampara District. On the north there is the Kaliodai river, on the south Akkaraipattu D.S. Office Boundary and drainage road. On the east Bay of Bengal, on the west a vast stretch of Paddy Lands and the eastern boundaries of Sammanthurai, Irakkaman and Damana Divisional Secretariat.

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If you are looking for travel information of Addalaichenai in Sri Lanka, you've come to the right place. The nearest major city to Addalaichenai is Nuwara Eliya. Take a short trip from Addalaichenai and set some time aside to explore the Nuwara Eliya. Dotted with places like Temple Of Sacred Tooth Relic Or Sri Dalada Maligawa, Udawattakelle Sanctury, Kandy Lake; it will definitely be a good idea. To reach Addalaichenai, hop on a flight to airport which is the nearest major Hatton Airport. 1-2 days is an ideal duration of visit to Addalaichenai.