A village in Ceylon, where Bhalluka pitched his camp (Mhv.xxv.80; see also Mhv. Trs.176, n.2). It is probably identical with Kolambālaka (Mhv.xxxiii.42), in which case it was near the Titthārāma, in the neighbourhood of the northern gate of Anurādhapura. There was also a monastery called Kolambahalāka founded by Sūratissa, and said to have been near Raheraka (Mhv.xxi.5). The Kolambahālaka-parivena was the residence of the monk Dāthāvedhaka. MT.176.