West Bengal’s Nalban Gets New Aquatic Park with Lavishing Seafood

The authorities are all set to open `All Fish' outlets in cities like Delhi and Bangalore

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  • The State Fisheries Development Corporation(SFDC) inaugurated the imminent Nalban Nature and Aquatic Park today
  • Visitants to the park will get an opportunity to see fishers catching fish and information about various species of fish
  • The authorities are all set to open `All Fish’ outlets in cities like Delhi and Bangalore

Kolkata, Aug 25, 2017: The State Fisheries Development Corporation(SFDC) inaugurated the imminent Nalban Nature and Aquatic Park today.

SFDC managing director Soumyajit Das said to TOI, “The park has been developed to promote fish tourism.”

Visitants to the park will get an opportunity to see fishers catching fish and get information about various species of fish. Delectable seafood dishes will also be prepared for the guests.

Cottages, similar to Eco Island in New Town’s Eco Park will be installed for the guests in nature and aquatic park.

“Visitors can spend the night and enjoy boating and fishing in the morning,” told SFDC official.
Additionally, a food corner and a new SFDC outlet were inaugurated at one of the NKDA markets at New Town, including Live fish vending vehicles and new administrative building of Nalban food parks.
In the past few years, the state fisheries department has worked to make the Nalban boating complex larger towards the Sector-V end of the Nalban bheri to attract more onlookers.
In a joint survey conducted by the Kolkata Metropolitan Development Authority (KMDA), fisheries department, and forest department, the beautification and further extension plan were made at Nalban bheri.
The authorities are all set to open `All Fish’ outlets in cities like Delhi and Bangalore.

 

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