5 Things to Do in Haldia That You Shouldn't Miss

December 4, 2017 Diedre Savory

Haldia is an industrial city and municipality in Purba Medinipur district, in the Indian state of West Bengal. It is a major riverport and industrial belt located approximately 125 kilometres southwest of Calcutta near the mouth of the Hooghly River, one of the distributaries of the Ganges. The Haldia Township is bordered by the Haldi River an offshoot of the Ganges River. Haldia is a centre for many petrochemical businesses, and is being developed as a major trade port for Kolkata.

1. Mahishadal Rajbari

Mahishadal, Haldia 721628, India
Excellent
21%
Good
53%
Satisfactory
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4 based on 19 reviews

Mahishadal Rajbari

Reviewed By apurba_kr

The history of mahishadal. The white building. now protected and visit with a fee for Rs.-10.00. staffed tigers and crocodiles are protected. the swords and other used equipments used by the king's army are placed in the museum.There are 6 rooms for the visitors namely darbar rest, ply,etc.Canons are also there.

2. City Center Haldia

HIT Collage Road | Near Golden Retreat Hotel and Haldia Development Authority, Haldia 721631, India +91 33 4040 8080
Excellent
33%
Good
41%
Satisfactory
26%
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4 based on 15 reviews

City Center Haldia

Reviewed By Debajyoti D - Haldia, India

This mall one of the heart of the whole city. so must be it's favorite for city's young couple and college student for spending little bit time.

3. Gopaljew Temple

Mahishadal Estate, Haldia, India
Excellent
14%
Good
58%
Satisfactory
28%
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4 based on 7 reviews

Gopaljew Temple

Reviewed By W7927SH_

I'm a Japanese living in Delhi.
I like this place.
It's not very easy to imagine how this temple was when the area was the capital of the kingdom.
But, if you can, I think you can enjoy that, I suppose.
The temple has good structure and ambience for me imagine the past.
Otherwise, this is just an old temple.

4. Dubey Palace

Near Gopaljew Temple, Haldia, India
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40%
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40%
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20%
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3 based on 5 reviews

Dubey Palace

Reviewed By W7927SH_

I'm a Japanese living in Delhi.
Visited this place as I'm a fan of forts and fort remains.
I've visited lots of them.
It's not very easy to imagine how it was when the palace was active.
But, if you can, you can probably see their good efforts to maintain the area.

5. Kapal Kundala Temple

Mendipur, Haldia, India
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25%
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75%
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3.5 based on 4 reviews

Kapal Kundala Temple

Reviewed By arupshourjo - Kolkata (Calcutta), India

!2 kms. from Kanthi. Old house of Kapalik has been renovated by Govt. newly. Deity has not been placed yet. The pond exists, though the sea has withdrawn far from the guardwall, upon which the approach road has been constructed leading to Petoaghat fish port. There is a Shibmandir, but without a detailed signboard the place is meaningless to those who have not read Kapalkundala, which to most, is based on truth.

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