If you are exploring Kolkata and you love nature photography then Acharya Jagadish Chandra Bose Botanic Garden is the perfect destination for you. The lush greenery consists of 14000 species of plants among which 500 species are rare and about 12000 living perennial plants along with millions of dried out plants gathered from all over the world. The extensive luxurious garden is not only for public display of plants but also for horticulture research work. The plants nurtured and cultivated here for scientific investigation. The large greenery kingdom is calm and peaceful away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Exploring Jagadish Chandra Bose Botanic Garden
Popular as the “Lungs Of Kolkata” lies in the southern part of Kolkata. Previously it was called “Dhakuria Lake” but later on it was named “Rabindra Sarobar Lake” in honor of Noble Laureate Rabindranath Tagore.
Science City – World’s Finest and Largest Science Museum
The largest science center in India under National Council of Science Museums, Ministry of Culture and the Government of India is situated in the E.M.Bypass Area in the “City Of Joy”. Science City – World’s Finest and Largest Science Museum
“Science” in our school days was quite boring for most of us. But Science City is such an amazing place which will provide fun ways to know science and it’s a best place for school going kids. Science City appears to be that friendly institution for kids which combines education with entertainment. Kids can easily learn new things about science with fun and ease.
Central park – Banabitan is the second largest open space in Kolkata after Maidan. It is also popular as “Banabitan-Biodiversity Park”. The public urban park is the favorite hangout destination for all age groups. The park appears to be “hexagonal shape” as it is fully surrounded by Keshtopur Khal.
The Alipore Zoological Garden (Calcutta Zoo), founded in the year 1876. It is India’s oldest zoological park covering 46.5 acres land. The Alipore Zoo is a major place for tourist attraction especially if you are in Kolkata during winter.
You must have heard about the longest living tortoise “Adwaita”? Yes Adwaita, an Aldabra Giant Tortoise, was alive for 250 years and he was a part of Alipore Zoo.