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  • Deluxe Room

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    Bed size: 72 x 78

  • Suite

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Theme Resorts & Spas offers a new concept and experience in the hospitality industry in Sri Lanka.

Providing excellent service whilst encouraging the inherent warm hospitality that Sri Lankans are famed for, we have set the bar very high, right from the inception of our flagship property, Maalu Maalu Resort & Spa in Passekudah.

Conscious of emerging trends, and yet treasuring our ancient cultural heritage, Theme Resorts & Spas aims to take you on a sensational journey of discovery, style and luxury. All of our hotels are built to green building guidelines and have very strong themes of Sri Lankan culture, the areas’ natural beauty as well as cuisine of the region.

It is a place of calm and serenity. Welcome to Maalu Maalu Resort & Spa.

Nestled on the centre of the beautiful Pasikuda Bay on an untouched stretch of white sandy beach, Maalu Maalu Pasikuda offers you the perfect escape by the sea. Our Pasikuda hotel brings an authentic Sri Lanka resort experience of the sights, sounds and lifestyle of the locals.

Making us unique amongst other Pasikuda hotels, Maalu Maalu Resort & Spa features charming wooden chalets inspired by the traditional ‘Waadiya’ of the local fishing village. Sit back and have your every need taken care of with warm Sri Lankan hospitality. Discover our carefree art of living where rest and relaxation are never hard to find.

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Children and extra beds




Accepted credit cards

Visa , Master


  • Air Conditioned
  • Bar/Pub
  • Beach Hotel
  • Cable/Satellite Tv
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Honeymoon Hotel
  • Meeting Facilities
  • Parking facilities
  • Safe Deposit Box
  • Swimming pool


Water Sports , Cycling





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Trincomalee (Trinco) had a rough time in the war, but the fascinating town is beginning to thrive again. Sitting along one of the world’s finest natural harbours, Trincomalee is old almost beyond reckoning: it’s possibly the site of historic Gokana in the Mahavamsa (Great Chronicle), and its Shiva temple, that of Trikuta hill in the Hindu text the Vayu Purana. Most people just pass through the city on their way to the nearby beaches of Uppuveli and Nilaveli, but the town has some charm, lots of history and an interesting diversity of people.

Sports and nature

Sports and nature Today SLNS Tissa and SLN Dockyard are used by the Sri Lankan Navy, while the Sri Lanka Air Force is based at China Bay Airport. The Sri Lanka Army has its Security Forces Headquarters - East in Trincomalee. The Trincomalee War Cemetery is one of the six commonwealth war cemeteries in Sri Lanka. It is maintained by Sri Lankan Ministry of Defence on behalf of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission. The base is home to a naval museum called the Hoods Tower Museum. The name refers to a watchtower built on a hill commanding a 360-degree view of the harbor and the bay. In the aftermath of the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami, Trincomalee was a focal point for relief efforts on the eastern coast of Sri Lanka. A campaign of intimidation and assassination has targeted Hindu priests in Trincomalee in recent years.

Culture and history

Culture & history Trincomalee is sacred to Sri Lankan Tamils and Hindus around the world. The city has many Hindu sites of historical importance. These sites are sacred to the Hindus and some Buddhists also worship at these Hindu sites.
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