Goa, one of the most important tourism destinations in India, it is civilized, having famous Monuments, Churches, Orchards and Beaches, Goa the coolest place in India and it is the most plentiful in foodstuffs, Once the administrative capital of the Portuguese empire in the East, Old Goa is blessed with churches, chapels and convents of unsurpassed architectural beauty, befitting its label as ‘Golden Goa’ or ‘Rome of the East’. Goa is a small state on the western coast of India. Though the smallest Indian state, Goa has played an influential role in Indian history. Goa was one of the major trade centres in India, thus it had always been attracting the influential dynasties, seafarers, merchants, traders, monks and missionaries since its earliest known history. Throughout its history Goa has undergone continual transformation, leaving an indelible impression on various aspects of its cultural and socio-economic development. The conquest of Goa by Afonso de Albuquerque in 1510 saw the advent of several religious orders like the Franciscans, Jesuits, Augustinians, Dominicans and Carmelites, who left their stamp with the many monuments they built in Goa. Goa’s beaches are known the world over. Fringed by swaying palm and coconut trees with cool and comfortable environment, Goa’s 103 km coastline is blessed with the most enchanting beaches lapped by the Arabian Sea. Goa one of the most famous destinations in the world, former colony of Portugal, Goa is famous for its excellent beaches, Portuguese churches. Recently a Wax Museum (Wax World) has also opened in Old Goa housing a number of wax personalities of Indian history, culture and heritage. Goa’s cuisines are mostly seafood-based; the staple foods are rice and fish. Kingfish (vison or visvan) is the most common delicacy. Other seafood delicacies include pomfret, shark, tuna, and mackerel. Among the shellfish are crabs, prawns, tiger prawns, lobster, squid, and mussels.