Malda and its neighbouring regions have many tourist attractions. The Baroduari Mosque built with 12 doors is a popular destination for tourists. It is recognized as the biggest mosque in Gaur. This mosque was built under the patronage of Nasiruddin Nusrat Shah in the late 1500s in Indo-Arab style architecture. A visit to the ruins of the Dakhil Darwaza, built in 1425 is also a popular getaway.
The Firoze Minar built by imitating the architectural style of Qutub Minar is five storeys high. It was built by Sultan Saifuddin Feroze Shah in around 1485 AD. Tourists can also visit the remnants of Chika mosque built in 1475 by Sultan Yusuf Shah. The mosque is named after the countless bats or Chika that used to dwell in it.
Lukachhipi Darwaza is also worth visiting where the king used to play hide and seek with his wives. Nearby Adina Mosque was once considered one of the best mosques in Asia. Other notable places to visit are Badi Dargah, Eklakhi Mausoleum, Choti Dargah and Qutubshahi Masjid.