Sri Lanka boasts a rich culture and heritage that has thrived for years. Many arts and crafts have been practised for generations in the country, and these are reflected in the below-mentioned souvenirs.
Batik is a form of fabric dyeing and traditional batiks can now be found around the island. During your stay at Lantern Boutique Hotel or similar other rest, you can go shopping for batik items such as clothing, coverups, wall hangings and even tableware.
Handloom is a form of fabric weaving and this has been practised in Sri Lanka for generations. There are many brands that have now developed handloom to create modern products such as bags, clothing and even wall hangings. These not only make great souvenirs but wonderful gifts for those back home.
If you are travelling to the South, perhaps on Mirissa villa offers, you should make time to explore the woodwork shops in the coastal area. You can find a range of products made by hand and unique to one another. Some of the most popular wood carvings are masks, elephants, stilt fishermen and buddha statues.
Pottery is a popular craft in Sri Lanka, and if you are someone who appreciates handmade items, you will love the collection of Pottery items that have been made with care.