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Depicting tales of old, Saradiel Village and Theme Park showcases stone works relating to village life of 19th century Sri Lanka. The skillfully-built sculptures portray the life of Soora Saradiel, also known as the Sri Lankan Robin Hood. He was famed for his noble deeds, as he stole from the wealthy and distributed it among the poor.
A shop is available to purchase a variety of traditional equipment for keepsake. Opening hours are from 8 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. daily. You can purchase tickets from the counter at prices ranging from LKR 50 to 100 for locals.