is a site with hot wells located in Trincomalee, Sri Lanka. There are seven wells in a square shape. Wells are only 3–4 feet deep and you can clearly see the bottom. The temperature is considerably high but varies slightly from one spring to another. Wells run out of the water, when 10-15 buckets of water are taken out. It seems that most of those artifacts were destroyed during the Sri Lankan Civil War. On 9 September 2011, the seven hot water wells, charity mound, and other scattered building ruins in the site were formally recognized by the Government as an Archaeological protected site in Sri Lanka.