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Cooch Behar is one of the popular locations in Bengal due to its Royal history, palaces, and heritage that it holds within it. Whenever anyone mentions Cooch Behar, the first thing they think about is the palace of the Kings and the adjoining royal buildings which carry with it a lot of royal stories and facts. This district of Cooch Behar has one of the most beautiful palaces which were made during the rule of the Koch Dynasty and is also the only modern planned town of the North Bengal area.

Cooch Behar never fails to fascinate its visitors and is a popular destination for weekend trips and tours with family, to discover the beauty of the Royal Palace and the beautiful art and history that is still projects. It must be visited by people who have an inclination towards history and archaeology and its peaceful calm and beautiful nature are refreshing to the visitors.

How to Reach Coochbehar

How to Reach Coochbehar by Flight:
Bagdogra Airport near Siliguri is the nearest airport from Cooch Behar. Coochbehar Bagdogra receives flights from the major cities of India and is an important airport linking North East to other major airports in the country. It is about 121 km from Cooch Behar.

How to Reach Coochbehar by Train:
New Cooch Behar is the nearest railway station, connected well with other cities of the country through direct and connecting trains. It is Just 5 km away from the main town of Cooch Behar.

How to Reach Coochbehar by Road
If you arrive at the NJP station, you can hire a car till Cooch Behar which is around 117 km from here. If you arrive at the New Cooch Behar railway station, reaching the town can be done on an auto rickshaw as it is just 4 kilometers away.

Highlights of Coochbehar

Let us look at few of the main attractions that would interest the visitors to Cooch Behar :

  • The history of the Cooch Behar kingdom dates back to around 500 years back. Coochbehar
  • The Palace is one of the most beautiful palaces in India and it resembles the Buckingham Palace in London.
  • A section of the palace is a museum now with a huge collection of oil paintings, chandeliers, terracotta figurines, antiques like clay models of arrows, sepia photographs, and sandstone & laterite sculptures.
  • The Cooch Behar palace is also known as the Victor Jubilee Palace.
  • The Palace is open for visitors throughout the week from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
  • Cooch Behar was a princely state till the year 1950 as it joined the union of India then.


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