Pasikuda (Historic Sinhala Translation, Pasi thuduwa, Pasi-moss Thuduwa-Cape ) (Green-Algae-Bay) is a coastal resort town located about 35 kilometers northwest of Batticaloa, Sri Lanka. It used to be a popular tourist destination, however due to 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami and Sri Lankan Civil War tourist numbers have declined. Pasikudah and Kalkudah are located few km apart.
Since the end of the civil war in 2009 and the completion of Tsunami rehabilitation projects, Pasikudah has become a popular tourist destination amongst locals and foreigners alike. This is because Pasikudah is known to have one of the longest stretches of shallow coastline in the world. In other words, people walk kilometers into the sea because the water is only a few inches deep and the current is relatively weak compared to the rest of Sri Lanka’s coasts.
Passikuda is easily accessible from Trincomalee and Batticaloa, both of which cities have star class accommodation. Passikuda is fast becoming an investor’s hub as foreign and local investors have shown interest in developing tourism along the beach. The Sri Lankan government’s strict environmental policies have prevented certain plans for mass development, however at the same time the government’s strong economic policies have promoted development to a certain extent.
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