‘Kadawatha' is a suburb of Colombo city, arranged on the A1 roadway from Colombo to Kandy in Sri Lanka. The separation to Colombo, the business capital of Sri Lanka, is around 16 km from Kadawatha. Elastic, Soft beverages, Industrial machines, Diesel engine houses, Strategic Investments and Leisure goals are a portion of the businesses built up there. Kadawatha is a gathering of numerous ruralities. Ganemulla, Mahara, Kirillawala, Rammuthugala, Dalupitiya, Karagahamuna Upper and Lower, Biyanwila Upper and Lower and Kirimatiyagaraya are some of them.
Kadawatha zone is principally administrated by the Mahara Pradeshiya Sabha Rural Council and a few sections by the Biyagama Pradeshiya Sabha. It is an organized and foundation rich Colombo suburb with a doctor's facility private, a police headquarters, a transport warehouse, a mail station, a few schools, Buddhist sanctuaries and Catholic and Christian places of worship. Demographically, Kadawatha zone is overwhelmingly Sinhalese and in part Tamils with a larger part of them being Buddhists yet there is a sizable Catholic and Hindu minority.
The inhabitants demonstrate a high versatility towards the capital the same number of them study or work in Colombo. Alongside ongoing express path advancements inside the island Kadawatha has been chosen as a noteworthy express way trade which interfaces Dakshina, Airport and proposed Kandy interstate. As of late manufactured Kadawatha city sidestep ways has added incredible helpful to drivers.