June 16, 2024

12 Best Places to Visit in Paschim Medinipur (West Medinipur)

West Medinipur

Top Tourist Attractions in Paschim Medinipur (West Medinipur)

Midnapore, also known as Medinipur, is a historical city and municipality in India’s West Bengal state. It is the administrative centre for the West Midnapore district. It is located on the Kangsabati River’s banks.

Best Places to Visit in Paschim Medinipur (West Medinipur)

  1. Patachitra Village (Naya, Pingla)
  2. Gopegarh Heritage Park
  3. Hatibari Forest banglow and Jhilli Pakhiralay
  4. Gurguripal Heritage Park
  5. Parimalkanan park, CKT
  6. Gangani Garhbeta
  7. Rameshwar Temple, near Rohini (On the bank of Subarnarekha river with nearby green forest called Tapoban)
  8. Gourya Temple, near Kharagpur
  9. Bisnu Temple, Kultikri
  10. Rashikananda Memorial, Rohini
  11. Mogolmari Boudhabihar, Mogolmari, Dantan
  12. Prayag Film City, Midnapore Film City or Chandrakona Film City at Chandrakona Road

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How to Reach Paschim Medinipur (West Medinipur)

By Air

Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport in Kolkata is the closest international airport, about a three-hour drive from West Midnapore. Frankfurt, Bangkok, Paro, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Dubai, and Yangon are just a few of the main cities served by the airport. Domestic flights to cities like as Chennai, Mumbai, New Delhi, Bangalore, and Hyderabad are also available.

By Rail

It has its own railway station, Midnapore Railway Station, which is connected to all of West Bengal’s main cities. Nandan Kanan Express, Rajya Rani Express, Aranyak Express, Vivek Express, and Patna Express, among others, link it to important cities like as Kolkata, Kanpur, Nagpur, Delhi, and Chennai.

By Road

Midnapore is 50 kilometres from Belda, 56 kilometres from Jhargram, 63 kilometres from Nikurshini, 126 kilometres from Haora, 126 kilometres from Baripada, 136 kilometres from Balasore, 139 kilometres from Kolkata, and 145 kilometres from Jamshedpur, and is connected by the West Bengal State Road Transport Corporation (WBSRTC) and private travel services.

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