Hatton is the archetypal colonial town, in fact the area gets its name from a village in Aberdeenshire, Scotland.Situated at an elevation of 1,271 m above sea level, the area was established during British colonial rule, first as a province for coffee cultivation and subsequently as region for tea plantation. Even today, many of these plantations speckle the countries and are an intricate part of the local economy. Hatton is also an excellent entry point to Adam's Peak (Sri Pada) and the Sinharaja Forest Reserve.
Things to do
- Photography and Filming