It is the administrative capital of the Batticaloa District. The city is the seat of the Eastern University of Sri Lanka and is a major commercial city. Batticaloa is a Portuguese derivation. The original name of the region being the Tamil "Matakkalappu" translation: Muddy Swamp. Lang, a Catholic priest.
Batticaloa International Airport
Batticaloa : definition of Batticaloa and synonyms of Batticaloa (English)
Rome2rio has found 4 ways to get from Batticaloa to Ella by train, taxi, car and flight. We recommend taking the train from Batticaloa Station to Fort Station and then taking the train from Fort Station to Elle, which is the cheapest option and takes around 18h 9m. Alternatively, flying from Batticaloa to Hambantota and then taking the taxi from Hambantota to Ella is the fastest option and takes around 2h 28m. The cheapest way to get from Batticaloa to Ella is to train which costs Rs. The quickest way to get from Batticaloa to Ella is to fly and taxi which costs Rs.
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Throughout the conflict, the town and surrounding area was a major flashpoint between LTTE and Sri Lankan Army forces, with the army controlling the town and the LTTE running their own parallel administration — complete with courts, police force and tax collectors — from the village of Kokkadicholai, a short drive south. By night, the town took orders from the Tigers. Batticaloa and the surrounding area was a major LTTE stronghold throughout the civil war , and perhaps one of the most dangerous places in the island, for civilians at least, over a thousand of whom were killed in or around Batti in the late s and early s.
On 21 April , Sri Lanka was hit by a series of bomb attacks targetting hotels and Christian places of worship. Initial reports suggest this was a one-off attack linked to domestic and international extremist groups. A State of Emergency has been declared and security has been increased across the island. Flights are operating as normal from Colombo, but passengers are advised to check in early for enhanced security checks. A number of foreign governments are now warning against all but essential travel to Sri Lanka - check your government's travel advisory information for the latest advice.