Biswa Bangla Convention Centre
Kolkata, India

Biswa Bangla Convention Centre is a convention centre in New Town, West Bengal, India. It was built by West Bengal Housing Infrastructure Development Corporation (HIDCO) and opened in the year 2017. It was built to attract meetings, incentives, conferences and exhibitions (MICE) tourism in the city.

The Biswa Bangla Convention Centre stands as one of the largest in South Asia, situated just 7 kilometres away from Kolkata Airport (CCU).

To reach this grand venue, travellers can opt for several modes of transport:

Via Flight
  • Arriving by air, one can land at Kolkata Airport and then choose from AC buses or cabs available at the airport. These can drop you off at the New Town Narkelbagan Stoppage, which is in close proximity to the Convention Centre.
Via Train
  • If arriving by train, Howrah Station serves as a major hub accessible from various parts of India. From Howrah Station, travellers can board the AC12 bus, which conveniently stops at Rabindra Tirtha. From there, it's just a short 7-minute walk to reach the Convention Centre.
  • Alternatively, the nearest railway station to Biswa Bangla Gate is Sealdah Railway Station. Travelers can book a cab from Sealdah to reach the Convention Centre.
In addition to these options, travellers can also avail taxis, Ola, or Uber services from any location surrounding Kolkata to reach the gates of the Convention Centre. Taxi fares typically amount to around INR 350 (approximate) from Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport (CCU), located at Jessore Rd, Dum Dum, West Bengal 700052, to the Biswa Bangla Convention Centre, situated at DG Block, Action Area I, Newtown, Rajarhat, West Bengal 700059.