Cellular Jail in Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India, remains as a haunting memory of the Colonial British administration in the Indian subcontinent. This most feared and overwhelming provincial jail arranged in the remote archipelago was utilized by the British especially to oust Indian political detainees. Separated from the terrain, this correctional facility, often called as Kala Pani (where Kala implies death or time and Pani implies water in Sanskrit) is the venue where appalling crimes were committed towards the prisoners.
Situated in Port Blair Fisheries Museum is a notable vacation spot in the Andaman Islands. This prominent touring spot of Andaman has an extensive variety of installments educating the islands biological community, plants, creatures, tribal groups and marine life. This exhibition hall incorporates a little aquarium that houses different accumulations of fishes and corals and shells. This exhibition hall is found neighboring the Rajiv Gandhi Water Sports Complex, Port Blair.