The Gaur and Pandua region is the heart of the tourism industry developed in Malda. Gaur is an important name in the history of Malda, since the primeval of history of Malda. The tourism in Gaur has developed round the mosques built during the Muslim regime in Malda. The relics of particular worth visiting are the Bara sona Mosque, Dakhil Darwaja, Qadam Rasul Mosque, Lattan Mosque and the ruins of the extensive fortification. The interesting thing about these mosques is that the artistic fabrication on the walls of the mosques is the representation of the Muslim's traditional art.
The colorful enameled tiles on the Gomti gate and the Firoz Minar utters the sophisticated taste of the contemporary people. Pandua is another arm of the tourism in Malda. Pandua is of enormous archaeological importance and the impressive Muslim architecture. The Adina Masjid is famous for being the largest mosque built in India. The remarkable feature of the Adina mosque is that it is built over a Hindu temple having 378 small domes. The structure of the Adina Masjid represents the equal importance of the Hindus and Muslim in Malda. The Eklakhi mausoleum and the other smaller mosque are also the important tourist centers in Malda. The tourism in Malda offers a lot of interests to those have a taste for the ancient culture and tradition.