Arisimale Beach

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About Arisimale Beach, Trincomalee

Located 52 kilometers away, visit the Arisimale Beach to see the divine blue Indian Ocean meet the golden sand. The beach is known for its textured sand that resembles rice grains- giving it its iconic Tamil name. The place is also archaeological significant with many excavations carried out here in the past.

Today, it is a low profile beach where you escape the woes of the hectic city life and simply be. Pack a meal to come here and unwind with the sound of the waves, the sun and the view.

Arisimale Beach Information

  • Carry bottled drinking water and food with you.
  • Wearing sunscreen will help.

How To Get To Arisimale Beach by Public Transport

  • By hiring a Cab.
  • By renting a Bike.

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Address: Arisimale Beach, Sri Lanka

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Time Required: 06:00 Hrs

Timings: 24-hrs Details

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  • Possibly the cleanest beach I had ever seen. We went there on August 2017. The waves are somewhat strong and strong under currents at that time and not safe for kids. But I think there may be a better time than that to bath at Arisimale Beach. Pleace keep the place clean when you go there. Just leave your foot prints only !

  • One of the beautiful beach in the trinco area.

  • Arisi mean the Rice in Tamil. This beach got this name because the Sand is like Rice. A Hidden place near the pulmoddai.

  • Lovely beach. Sands like Rice. If you are bathing please be on alert.

  • Nice place, but completely flooded by trash when we were there :(

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