Tourist Places in West Bengal

Showing 28 Tourist Places in West Bengal


Darjeeling, West Bengal

4.2

Known For : Darjeeling Himalayan Railway | Tiger Hill | Batasia Loop

Household name because of its varieties of teas, Darjeeling is a hill station with vast expanses of tea estates and Tibetan influence in their craft, culture and cuisine.

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Kolkata, West Bengal

3.8

Known For : Victoria Memorial | Fort William | Howrah Bridge

Labeled as the 'City of Joy', the 'Cultural capital of India', Kolkata (formerly known as Calcutta) is a city with character and remnants of British Raj visible in its Victorian style architecture, trams and the nomenclature of the place.

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Dooars, West Bengal

3.8

Known For : Mahanada Wildlife Sanctuary | Sumsing and Suntalekhola | Latpanchore

Starting from river Teesta in the East to river Sankoshi in the west, Dooars is a local name given to the floodplains of North-East India around Bhutan.

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Mirik, West Bengal

3.8

Known For : The Mirik Lake | Pashupati Nagar | Orange Orchards

Amidst the Himalayan Valley, Mirik has more to offer than just beautiful mountains and lakes. From boating experiences for your romantic getaway to temples for the faithful to orchids and gardens for the natures child, West Bengal tourism is incomplete without Mirik.

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Kurseong, West Bengal

3.7

Known For : Tea Gardens | Eagle's Craig | Ambotia Shiva Mandir

Also known as the 'Land of White Orchids', Kurseong is a hill station located close to Darjeeling famous for its waterfalls, temples and Buddhist gompas apart from the excellent view that the place provides.

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Digha, West Bengal

3.7

Known For : New Digha Beach | Talsari Beach | Marine Station/Aquarium of Zoological Survey of India

Beach town situated on the shores of Bay of Bengal, Digha is a popular tourist destination known for its pristine beaches and scenic views, especially among people in West Bengal.

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Santiniketan, West Bengal

3.6

Known For : Tagore's ashrama | Amar Kutir | Khoai Mela

Known to few, mainly as Rabindranath Tagore's home and now a university, Santiniketan is a small town located in the Birbhum district of West Bengal.

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Chandannagar, West Bengal

3.6

Known For : Chandan Nagar Museum | The Patal Bari | The Chandan Nagar Strand

Wrapped in the interiors of West Bengal, in the Hooghly District, is the small yet significant town of Chandan Nagar. This small town could have been in place of present day Kolkata, had history gone as planned.

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Sundarbans, West Bengal

3.5

Known for hosting the biggest mangrove forests in the world, Sundarbans provides the best mix for ecological balance right from 'Royal Bengal tigers' to roaring rivers and beautiful estuaries.

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Jaldapara Wildlife Sanctuary, West Bengal

3.5

Situated in the Eastern foothills of the Himalayas, the Jaldapara Wildlife Sanctuary along with Gorumara National Park is famous for one horned rhinoceros, elephants and Bengal Tigers.

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Bakkhali, West Bengal

3.4

Known For : Bakkhali Beach | Henry's Island | Jambu Dwip

If you wish to have the perfect beach getaway that doesn't include ear ripping music or just alcohol laden evenings, Bakkhali is the place to be.

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Lataguri, West Bengal

3.4

Known For : Gorumara National Park | Chapramari Wildlife Sanctuary | Jayanti Mahakal Caves

Located on the outskirts of a National Park itself, Lataguri is the perfect place to set free the wild child in you.

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Shankarpur, West Bengal

3.1

Known For : Mandarmani Beach | The Shankarpur Beach | Digha Beach

Known for its scenic beauty, the one thing that gives Shankarpur an edge over other beaches of India is it's pristine surroundings.

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Kalimpong, West Bengal

3.0

Known For : Durpin Dara hill | Cactus Nursery | Deolo Hill

Kalimpong is a virgin hill station in West Bengal renowned for its panoramic valley views, Buddhists monasteries and churches and Tibetan handicrafts etc.

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Mayapur, West Bengal

3.0

Known For : ISKCON Chandrodaya Temple | Chand Kazi's Samadhi | Sri Chaitanya Math

Standing at the junction of river Ganga and Jalangi, Mayapur is a laidback city with lovely views and plenty of temples, making it ideal for multitudes of team.

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Cooch Behar, West Bengal

3.0

Known For : Rajbari | Sagardihi | Madan Mohan Temple

Cooch Behar, once the province of Koch dynasty, is a small town and it makes a good option for the eco tourists along with those with an inclination toward history and archaeology.

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Sagardwip, West Bengal

3.0

Known For : The Sagar Beach | Ganga Sagar Pilgrimage and Fair | The Sagar Lighthouse

Sagardwip is a small island, a part of the Sunderbans group of islands. Sagardwip is at the confluence of the holy river Ganga (Ganges) and the Bay of Bengal, making it one of the most popular religious havens of the country.

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Malda, West Bengal

2.9

Known For : Dakhil Darwaza | Gour | Firoz Minar

Malda, a city in Bengal, is famous for its archaeological sites and unique Mango varieties available in summer

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Bardhaman, West Bengal

2.9

Known For : Rajbati | Golap Bagh | 108 Shiv Mandir

With a convergence of religion, nature, man-made marvels and the proverbial old world charm, Bardhaman is the ideal fit for a weekend getaway.

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Bankura, West Bengal

2.9

Known For : Susunia Hill | Jhilimili | Bishnupur

With much historical significance, Bankura is a town famous for its hills and temples and a treat for adventure sports enthusiasts such as trekkers and hikers.

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Bishnupur, West Bengal

2.8

Known For : Rasmancha | Jorebangla Temple | Susunia Hill

A small town in West Bengal famous for its terracota temples, Bishnupur is famous among tourists, especially for its rich culture including architecture, music and handicraft.

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Jaldhaka, West Bengal

2.5

Known For : Jaldhaka River Valley | Coronation Bridge | Gorumara

Jaldhaka is a valley town hidden in the hills of Darjeeling. The place is one of those that will combine the beauty of a relaxation trip with the thrill of an adventure getaway.

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Raichak, West Bengal

2.4

Known For : The F fort | Diamond Harbour | Chingrihkali Fort

Located only 50 kms away from Kolkata and yet a world apart, Raichak, is a riverside town and is nothing short of a breathe of fresh air in its ultra urban and commercialized surrounding.

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Haldia, West Bengal

2.2

Known For : Mahishadal Rajbari and Goplajew Temple | Marine Drive | Sataku

Often considered as a mere river port assisting Kolkata, Haldia has more to offer to India than just foreign trade.

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Siliguri, West Bengal

2.1

Known For : Mahananda Weir Wildlife Sanctuary | Salugara Monastery | The Science City

Siliguri, also known as the Gateway of North East India, is a city in North Bengal famous for its temples and tea gardens

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Midnapore, West Bengal

2.1

Known For : Tamluk | Chandrakona | Jhargram Palace

In the interiors of West Bengal is yet another treasure- Midnapore town or Medinipur, as it is locally known. Midnapore combines the beauty of India's multi religion culture with the exuberance of ancient history.

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Mukutmanipur, West Bengal

2.1

Known For : Parasnath Hills | Kangsabati dam | Deer Park

A popular weekend getaway for Kolkata locals, Mukutmanipur in the Bankhura district of Kolkata is a serene town with lush green forests, clear blue water and green hills in the backdrop.

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Navadvipa, West Bengal

2.1

Known For : Sri Chaitanya Saraswat Math | ISKCON Temple | Radha Rani Temple

With almost 200 temples concentrated in this small rural setting, on the banks of Ganges, Navadwipa is God's own land, in every sense of the term.

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