World News News Portal: Geographically, West Bengal is like a replica of India. There are huge mountains on one side and the sea on the other. So this state in natural diversity is incomparable in the world. To the north stands the towering cliffs of the Himalayas, and on the other side is the washed-out coastline of the blue sea. The low mountain range of Purulia in the west of the state is no less attractive. The Sundarbans, home to India’s national animal, the Royal Bengal Tiger, has been declared a ‘World Heritage Site’. Let us know today about some of the places of interest in West Bengal-

Victoria Memorial:

Undoubtedly Victoria Memorial is one of the best places to visit in Kolkata. Its undisputed beauty has undoubtedly glorified Calcutta as a unique building. Built in memory of Queen Victoria towards the end of the British rule in India, the building is a masterpiece of architecture.

Howrah Bridge:

Stunningly decorated with incredible scenery over the Hooghly River, the Howrah Bridge has taken the attraction of West Bengal to a higher level. It is also known as Rabindra Setu. Built with a total of 26,500-tons of steel, it is one of the most famous arched bridges in the world.

Science City:

Located in Kolkata, the capital of West Bengal, Science City is one of the best tourist destinations in the state. Along with West Bengal, it is well known for its cultural richness, scholarly excellence and tourism potential. To build science consciousness among the common people, this Science City has been set up in Kolkata, the state capital.

Birla Planetarium:

This is one of the important attractions of Kolkata which attracts many tourists throughout the year. It was established in 1982 by an educational institution of the Birla group. The Birla constellation in West Bengal has gained a reputation as one of the largest astronomical observatories in the world.

Fort William Kolkata:

Located in Kolkata, Fort William, West Bengal is a sub-center of Bengali culture. It is one of the prominent tourist destinations. The state is famous for some remarkable architectural palaces such as Fort William and the Victoria Memorial. Fort William was built during the British period, an impressive testament to the military insights of the British Raj.

Nikko Park, Kolkata:

Nikko Park is one of the most popular and largest tourist parks in West Bengal, covering an area of ​​about 40 acres. The park is a rare testament to SA6000 (social responsibility) as the world’s first amusement park, the first ISO-14001 (Environmental Management System) in Asia and ISO-9001 as India’s first amusement park. Best Management System).

Alipore Zoo:

The oldest statutory zoo in India (excluding the zoos in the native Kard state) and Kolkata is one of the major tourist destinations. The zoo was established in 18. Its area is 45 acres. Thousands of travelers flock to this place every year during the winter season.

Santiniketan:

Containing the memory of world poet Rabindranath Tagore, Santiniketan is one of the most visited places in West Bengal. Rabindranath established this ashram in 183 and became an initiative of the Brahmo Samaj. Here Baul Singer and Mela and Palit Mela (December), Joydev Mela (January), Basant Uts (Holi) (March) etc. are celebrated throughout the year.

Mandarmani:

Known as one of the largest beaches in India, Mandarmani is one of the best places to visit in West Bengal. About 14 km from Choulkhola in East Midnapore district, it is the fastest growing tourist attraction in West Bengal. It is a perfect place to watch the sunrise; One can enjoy water sports like surfing, jet skiing, banana boat road, TV bikes and bungee trampoline here.

Sundarbans:

the largest delta and largest mangrove forest in the world, the Sundarbans has gained worldwide fame. It covers an area of ​​5,400 sq km. The Sundarbans is a biosphere reserve that was recognized by UNESCO’s Man and Biosphere (MH) program in 2001. The famous Royal Bengal Tiger is found in the Sundarbans.

Digha:

So much for a beach, which is unoccupied in the East Midnapore district of West Bengal. Digha is extremely popular among tourists for its beaches. People from all over the world come to Digha throughout the year. It attracts tourists again and again for its long beaches and pleasant weather.

Darjeeling:

Apart from Kolkata, Darjeeling is one of the tourist destinations in West Bengal. Darjeeling’s tea, red rhododendrons, white magnolias, various species of birds, colonial-era buildings and toy-train facilities make this place in West Bengal a perfect travel destination.

Murshidabad:

Located on the banks of the river Bhagirathi, Murshidabad is an ancient city in West Bengal. It was once the capital of Bengal, Bihar and Orissa. The city still bears the memory of the Nawabs. Building mosques, tombs, and gardens here draws people closer. The Hazarduari Palace, built during the Nawab’s reign, attracts tourists in a wonderful way.

Hooghly:

Hooghly is one of the tourist destinations of West Bengal where Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa and Sarada Devi stayed for several years. This place was once colonized by Portuguese, French and Dutch and has a historical significance.

Other destinations:

Other places of interest that frequently attract travelers while visiting West Bengal are: Nivedita Bridge, Race Course, Bangiya Sahitya Parishad, Shaheed Minar, Chitrakoot Art Gallery, The Asiatic Society of Bengal, Genesis Arts Gallery, Gallery La Meyer, Arts Acre, Sima Gallery, Vidyasagar Bridge, Spondon Art Gallery, Ashutosh Museum of Indian Art, Academy of Fine Arts, Bishnupur, Bankura, Mirik, Mayapur, Navadwip etc.