Kolkata - the name that evokes the images of Howrah Bridge, the hand pulled rickshaw, fresh river fish in mustard sauce and white sugary roshogollas. When it comes to food and culture, no other place can beat the city of joy! A boat ride on the calm waters of Hooghly, walking the narrow bylanes between ancient houses with french windows, old markets where you can buy 'Bandel cheese', riding the tram through the lush green Maidan, or playing a round of golf or two and having an English breakfast afterwards at Tollygunge Club, catching a show of some intellectual movie in Nandan - are some of the quintessential experiences that you can find only in Kolkata, erstwhile Calcutta. These were the things that used to define Calcutta once and would still make a local nostalgic, but not anymore! Kolkata is all grown up and expanding, opening its doors to new avenues, new industries, and the new age. There are even new attractions that are drawing tourists to the city now. The IT sector has found a new home in the Sector V and Newtown region. This whole area depicts the picture of the new city - sleek office buildings with glass facades, clean, wide roads and swanky malls and apartments at every corner. Victoria Memorial, Eden Garden, Indian Museum after all these attractions, now there are new ones in which Calcuttans take pride. Eco Park and Mother's Wax Museum.When in Kolkata, eat lots of fish and sweets, watch an intellectual play, visit an art gallery, just be the perfect 'babumoshai' and get pampered at a Treebo hotel.