Top 50 Places to visit in New Delhi

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Best things to do in New Delhi and sightseeing in New Delhi

The capital city of India is a glorious concoction of the old and the new. Temples that are centuries old, archaic Muslim quarters, and modern residencies, all exist alongside each other. Home to over a crore people, Delhi’s tourism is a treasure trove of historic gems, gardens, museums and a thriving food culture. Travel to the metropolis for the vibrant bazaars of Chandni Chowk that give way to Lutyens’ New Delhi, that is the pulse of the city. Among the numerous places to visit in Delhi city, for an insight into the magnificent Mughal era, go to the 16th century Humayun’s Tomb, the towering sandstone mosque of Jama Masjid, and experience the sound and light show at Red Fort. Tourists can spend mornings at the extravagant Akshardham Temple and evenings at the Hazrat Nizam-ud-din Dargah (shrine) that boasts of sufi music and delicious kebabs. Another popular attraction of Delhi city is its pulsating markets that from baubles to handicrafts, sell everything you can possibly think of. Those who have travelled to Delhi for its particular brand of food, won’t be disappointed. From hole-in-the-wall eateries and local student cafes in North Delhi to lavish restaurants and bars in South Delhi, there is no dish or cuisine you won’t find here. A huge incentive for Delhi’s tourism is its variety of public transport, wherein the Delhi Metro is the cheapest and easiest way to get around the city.

Delhi - New Delhi

Many people tend to get confused between Delhi and New Delhi. To be precise, New Delhi is the later development done to Delhi or Old Delhi. The Old Delhi was the place that the Mughal kings ruled for centuries. This part has most of the old monuments, palaces and buildings. New Delhi comes under the same government and started becoming popular much after independence in spite of being a creation of the British Raj. This part is made up of the best restaurants, clubs, cafes, contemporary and modern museums, offices and other extensions. Malls are also an important feature of New Delhi which makes it different from the old markets of Old Delhi.
Bhupender Singh

29 Followers, 129 Reviews


The Starting Point
Virsa Travels

0 Followers, 4 Reviews


Visited Carol Bagh and did some shopping ...Due to traffic and time constrains could not admire much of Delhi...will see u soon.
vinay vinvin

110 Followers, 18 Reviews


Best time to visit
October to March
Things to do
The main places to visit are Red Fort, Rashtrapati Bhavan, Humayun’s Tomb, Akshardham, etc. Monsoons are during July to mid- summer. Climate is normally extremes during summers as well as winters.
Open Hours
N/A
Budget
N/A

Red Fort - New Delhi

One of the most important monuments in the cultural as well as political scenario of India, the Red Fort is the pride of the capital city of Delhi. It was once the capital of Shahjanabad named after Emperor Shah Jahan. It was during his reign that this awesome monument took its form between 1638 and 1648. The whole structure was named Red Fort or Lal Qila due to the basic material of architecture which is sandstone. It served as the residence of the Mughal Kings for almost 200 years. Later when India became independent, the first Prime Minister of India, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru hoisted the National Flag here and the ritual is still carried on. Every year the Independence Day celebrations are organized here.
The place from where PM addresses the country on 26th Jan
Muktadhara Ray

1k+ Followers, 71 Reviews


its absolutely a architectural marvel, the market around it makes you feel at home and makes you realize where you are, both at the same time.
Rishi Dodeja

6 Followers, 5 Reviews


The victorious fort of Old Delhi, Red Fort offers the traveler to indulge in the past. It offers light and sound shows at night, both in Hindi and English.
Aabdika Sharma

241 Followers, 18 Reviews


Best time to visit
3:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Things to do
Visit the Moti Masjid, Diwan- i- Aam, Diwan-I- Khas, Khas Mahal and the Rang Mahal with the marble waterfall. Light and sound shows are a must. The timings are: Summer timing: Hindi - 7 pm to 8 pm, English - 8 pm to 9 pm?, winter timing: Hindi - 6 pm to 7 pm, English - 7 pm to 8 pm
Open Hours
9.00 am to 7.00 pm (All days Except Monday)
Budget
Rs 10 for Indian citizens. Rs 100 for foreigners. Extra Rs 25 for photography

India Gate - New Delhi

This is the pride of Delhi that was earlier known as the All India War Memorial. This monument was built by the Lutyens in the memory of all the 90000 soldiers who sacrificed their lives for the welfare of their country during the World War I. The names of each of the soldiers are inscribed on the walls of the monument. The Amar Jawan Jyoti or the Eternal Flame burns here 24 hours as a symbol of remembrance of the brave warriors. On the opposite side of the monument is the very controversial canopy where was once placed the marble statue of Prince George which was later removed from here.
Rising 42 mts high in one end of Rajpat stands the India Gate – a symbol of pride and bravery. This outstanding stone archway instantly ignites a feeling of patriotism and thus is a major tourist place in Delhi. Also known by the name of All India War Memorial, this prestigious monument is a mark of respect to all those unknown soldiers who have sacrificed their lives protecting an entire nation. At night, india gate looks so mesmerizing that you just cant miss the moment. India gate is a perfect place to end your day.
Ashi Chaturvedi

9 Followers, 8 Reviews


The famous landmark.
Muktadhara Ray

1k+ Followers, 71 Reviews


An arch memorial built in the remembrance of the legendary freedom fighters and is swarmed by hundreds of people.
Aabdika Sharma

241 Followers, 18 Reviews


Best time to visit
4:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Things to do
No extra charges are to be paid to visit this place. Relaxation spot during summer evenings with the whole India Gate lit up with bright lights. It is a famous picnic spot too especially during the winters.
Open Hours
6:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Budget
Free

Chandni Chowk - New Delhi

This is probably the largest and the oldest market that is there in Delhi for the past more than three centuries. This was the place where initially merchants from Turkey, Holland and other places used to visit during their business trips to India. The oldest merchants who have shops inside this market are known to have been carrying on the same business generations after generations. The true colors of Delhi can be enjoyed in this place. If you are a shopaholic then this is a must visit during your trip. The specialty of this place is that you feel like buying whatever you see out here. the main shops here are Dariba Kalan, known for pearl, gold and silver jewelry, Gulab Singh Johri Mal for attars or perfumes, Khari Baoli for spice shopping. The Kinari Bazaar is the zardosi den for all females and the Katra Neel for all kinds of fabrics. The Bhagirath Palace is Asia’s largest market of electronic goods and the Moti Bazar is famous for shawls and pearls.
The most contrasting scene in comparison to the streets of well-planned New Delhi is this main street of Old Delhi. As one of the oldest and busiest markets in India, its narrow winding lanes are full of inexpensive jewellery, fabric, and electronics. It is also an excellent venue to sample Delhi’s exemplary street food. The street food of chandni chowk is worth trying.
Ashi Chaturvedi

9 Followers, 8 Reviews


Old Special Jalebi wale, yes! That's the name of the shop.
Samarth Ahluwalia

8 Followers, 4 Reviews


The famous bazaar of Old Delhi. Make sure you are wearing traditional clothes if you are a woman and bargain everything heavily.
Muktadhara Ray

1k+ Followers, 71 Reviews


Best time to visit
11:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Things to do
shop for handmade things, curios and female clothing items.
Open Hours
N/A
Budget
N/A

Qutub Minar - New Delhi

This beautiful monument in the Mehrauli area of New Delhi was built in the 12th century by Emperor Qutub- Ud- Din- Aibak and was finally completed by his son-in-law, Iltutmish, who succeeded him. The monument is made up of 5 levels with projecting balconies on each level. The specialty of the monument is that each level is different from the others in terms of size and designs. This is what makes it even more spectacular. The verses from the Holy Koran of the Muslims are carved on the walls of the monument and the lattice work is remarkable too. The controversy surrounding this monument says that this was originally a Hindu monument, built much before the 12th century. It is also said that Aibak only renovated it by replacing the Hindu Stone designs with Islamic ones. Till now one side of the monument walls have Hindu designs on them and the outer part is adorned with ornamental Islamic designs. The monument has been damaged by natural forces and calamities many a times but has been repaired again and again. This is the reason why it stands strong even after so long.
Tallest minaret in the world.
Prateek Dham

2k+ Followers, 1k+ Reviews


With some time still left in hands we decided to visit the historic qutab minar. The place is kinda nice.Rich in history and a good visit i felt when in delhi
Rohan Mudaliar

240 Followers, 125 Reviews


Riyanka Roy

1k+ Followers, 107 Reviews


Best time to visit
7:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Things to do
Climbing up to the top of the tower is a tedious job but the view from there is extra ordinary. This serves as the main interest of most of the tourists. The Iron Tower situated nearby is one of the Metallurgical wonders in the Indian History. There are 379 steps in total to reach the top of Qutub Minar.
Open Hours
6:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Budget
Rs 10 for Indians.Rs 250 for tourists

Jama Masjid - New Delhi

The largest mosque and one of the most beautiful examples of Islamic architecture present in India, the Jama Masjid is located just opposite the Red Fort in Delhi. The mosque which means “commanding view of the world” was built during the reign of Emperor Shah Jahan between 1644 and 1658. It has a very spacious compound that can accommodate thousands of devotees at once. The main architectural attractions are the minarets and towers. The main tower has a 5- storey structure with projecting balconies on each level. The work of calligraphy is worth mentioning too. The main materials used were sandstone and marble.
The largest mosque in India with a breathtaking capacity of over twenty five thousand people, the Jama Masjid is one of the finest examples of the Mughal architecture and is famous as the World-reflecting Mosque. It has three gateways, four angle towers and two minarets and built with red sandstone and white marble making it one of the must visit tourist places in Delhi.
Karthik Rao V

422 Followers, 72 Reviews


The mosque was the result of the efforts of over 5,000 workers, over a period of seven years. Use of white marble, wide stair cases and arched gateways are the hallmark of this popular mosque. The mosque has a vast paved rectangular courtyard, which is nearly 75 m by 66 m. Its courtyard has the capacity to hold nearly 25,000 worshipers. The central courtyard is accessible from the East.
Nitesh Menghani

150 Followers, 4 Reviews


Kareem
Dhananjay Pandey

114 Followers, 1 Reviews


Best time to visit
7:00 AM – 10:00 AM
Things to do
Climb the minaret to experience the wonderful views of the whole city. Admire the beauty of pure Islamic art and finesse of the designs on every inch of the mosque. Carrying of a camera or permission of photography needs an additional charge of Rs. 200. The mosque remains closed during prayer hours. Carry an extra bag to put in your shoes to avoid extra charges for footwear deposition. Beware of people who try to force you to pay extra. The fee for the minaret is charged separately.
Open Hours
7:00 AM – 12:00 PM and 1:30 PM – 6:30 PM
Budget
Free

Lotus Temple - New Delhi

Also known as the Baha’i Temple, it was built by a Persian architect named Fariborz Sabha in the year 1986. The temple is built in the shape of a lotus, which is a universal symbol of peace. This temple is open to all no matter what religion you belong to. Anyone who seeks inner peace is sure to find a magical feeling here. The temple is spacious and can hold 2500 people at one time. It has 9 doors that lead to a common central hall. The temple is made up mainly of marble blocks and dolomite. This gives it an even more peaceful look. The motto of the Bahai religion is creating unity among people of the world and welcoming each person who wants to leave behind the bindings of religion and caste. The design and architecture of this temple has been appreciated worldwide among all other Bahai temples in the world. There are also beautiful pools with crystal clear water inside the temple. It feels that the temple has certain therapeutic qualities that can heal a person suffering of stress and inner disturbance.
Bahai Temple of Worship. Worth Visiting because of the architecture and if you want a moment of peace.
Muktadhara Ray

1k+ Followers, 71 Reviews


One of the greatest masterpieces of the Persian architect Fariborz Sahba and standing as a symbol of peace, purity and and love, the Lotus Temple is one of the must visit tourist places in Delhi. It is a bahai temple where people of all faith and religion can come and visit and is also structurally in the shape of the lotus flower magnifying its elegance and beauty.
Karthik Rao V

422 Followers, 72 Reviews


The Lotus temple is similiar to the shape of a lotus and hence looks amazing at night due to the lights lit. It is made of white marble and the temple believes of the unity of all religions. The ponds and gardens here are very attractive and relaxes your mind and heart.
Ruchi Jain

560 Followers, 88 Reviews


Best time to visit
4pm – 6pm
Things to do
Spend time detoxing your mind and soul in the peaceful atmosphere of the temple.The best way to reach the temple is by metro. The nearest station is the Kalkaji Metro Station.
Open Hours
9:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Budget
Free

Sarojini Nagar Market - New Delhi

The shopaholics’ den, Sarojini Market is the place where you get the trendiest clothes and accessories at unbelievably cheap prices. The reason for the magic is that these are all surplus exported materials or rejected export materials. You will also get branded stuffs at extremely cheap prices out here. Be it female fashion clothing or trendy winter wear, you name it and you get it. The market is also located in a very convenient location, thus, making it easier for everyone to come here. The Babu Market within this area is famous for the old sweet shops. The subzi Mundi here is known for the shops selling the best farm fresh quality vegetables. One thing that you should definitely keep in mind when you visit this place is that your bargaining skills are challenged over here. The more you bargain, the better is your shopping experience.
After dilli haat we decided to visit the sarojini market to buy some leather coats.Most of the leather here are foam leather,but ya are quite cheap comparatively.A stop here would be nice if u have time to spare.
Rohan Mudaliar

240 Followers, 125 Reviews


Sarojini Nagar is a neighborhood in south west Delhi. Its market boasts of a variety of products which you can bag at affordable prices.
Priyam Bagga

674 Followers, 50 Reviews


A shopper's paradise
Sanjana Mohapatra

200 Followers, 8 Reviews


Best time to visit
12:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Things to do
try out the local sweets and chaat varieties which are famous in Delhi.
Open Hours
10:00 AM – 9:00 PM. The market remains closed on Mondays.
Budget
Free

Connaught Place - New Delhi

At the time of it being named, this circular market was the largest. The British were the ones to set this place up and they thought that the horse shoe shaped area would prove to be lucky for both sellers and buyers. The whole Connaught area is divided into two parts. The inner and most important part is where most of the shops are located and the blocks A to F are also a part of this. Most of the high end and foreign brands have at least one outlet in this area. Apt from just brands, local shops, designers, tailors, boutiques, restaurants and cafes also form an important part of this area.
Numerous shops , several eateries, Connaught Place is a must for all those who want to shop in Delhi.
Aabdika Sharma

241 Followers, 18 Reviews


Santosh Tripathi

133 Followers, 48 Reviews


Riyanka Roy

1k+ Followers, 107 Reviews


Best time to visit
11:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Things to do
Eat, Shop, Hangout
Open Hours
24 hours
Budget
Free

Paharganj - New Delhi

Once you have stepped out of the New Delhi Railway Station, just on the other side of the road is the entrance to one of the most chaotic markets of the city. The Paharganj market is always brimming with people and shopkeepers from upscale to hawker stalls. This market is mainly meant for people who can bargain very well. You get a variety of stuffs over here. The main things that you get here are clothes, handloom bags, handicrafts, handmade jewelry, new and old books. There are also shops selling other fabrics, designer clothes, cushion covers and bed sheets. Another thing to be mentioned are about the shops selling incense sticks with the best fragrances you can get in other places. This is basically a neighborhood market and haggling with the sellers is what comes in need out here.
Psychedelia.
Prateek Dham

2k+ Followers, 1k+ Reviews


Paharganj is popular with backpackers and foreign tourists looking for crazy deals on unique products.
Priyam Bagga

674 Followers, 50 Reviews


When you think of Delhi one instantly imagines Connaught Place with its colonnaded pillars and Lutyen architecture. But for me the real Delhi is dancing on the streets of Pahar Ganj, a vibrant crazy place near New Delhi Station. The main street around the main bazaar is a color riot as there’s so much happening in its tiny nooks and crannies. The best part about this street is the abundance of terrace restaurants with their homely tea and spicy food. Even though it’s a popular traveler hang out I’m always mystified by the buzzing activity of its shopkeepers, balloon sellers, touts, beggars and the ubiquitous residents. The streets remind me of an era long gone and some of the old buildings and mosques make for great vintage photography.
Dipu Darko

1k+ Followers, 29 Reviews


Best time to visit
11:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Things to do
shopping
Open Hours
N/A
Budget
Free

Hauz Khas - New Delhi

This is the ethnic village in the heart of the city. Once in the year 1988, Bina Ramani started her own boutique of ethnic wear and since then this has become the hub of people who like such clothes and accessories. A number of shops now make it a colorful and cheerful place. The shops are based inside old, small homes and the whole area is collectively known as the Hauz Khas Shopping Complex. The main shops that are must visits are Touch of gold for sarees, salwar kameez and lehengas from the old era, Dozakh is a garment shop too that sells simple designs with a broad theme, Ecru has modern ethnic designs and Zoya is the favorite for junk and silver accessory collections.
Riyanka Roy

1k+ Followers, 107 Reviews


Chic, urbane and serene.. Favorite hangout in Delhi
Aruneet Anand

180 Followers, 7 Reviews


Sunset at Hauz Khas village By the time I finished my lunch it was 4 in the evening and so I asked my friend if he was in for going to the Hauz Khas fort and thankfully he got ready . Hauz Khas fort along with its peaceful lake view sometimes makes it hard to believe that this place is in Delhi, where there is always so much hustle and bustle. So as we reached there I grabbed on to my favorite spot in the fort , from where you can see the whole lake and enjoyed the sunset with a nice drink. The lake with old trees growing out of it, along with the deer park in the background and the historical setting of the fort like always made it a perfect sunset view.
Kirti Gupta

632 Followers, 34 Reviews


Best time to visit
11:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Things to do
Shop and enjoy the tales of Old Delhi
Open Hours
Monday to Saturday- 10:30 AM and 7:00 PM Closed on Sundays The restaurants within the complex remain open daily till 11 PM
Budget
N/A

Baha'i House of Worship - New Delhi

Mostlly known as the Lotus Temple, it was built by a Persian architect named Fariborz Sabha in the year 1986. The temple is built in the shape of a lotus, which is a universal symbol of peace. This temple is open to all no matter what religion you belong to. Anyone who seeks inner peace is sure to find a magical feeling here. The temple is spacious and can hold 2500 people at one time. It has 9 doors that lead to a common central hall. The temple is made up mainly of marble blocks and dolomite. This gives it an even more peaceful look. The motto of the Bahai religion is creating unity among people of the world and welcoming each person who wants to leave behind the bindings of religion and caste. The design and architecture of this temple has been appreciated worldwide among all other Bahai temples in the world. There are also beautiful pools with crystal clear water inside the temple. It feels that the temple has certain therapeutic qualities that can heal a person suffering of stress and inner disturbance.
I headed to Lotus temple for some Bahai teachings. This was one place where even though hundreds of people were there, pin drop silence was maintained. Such is the power of the place. This is where one can sit and meditate and the walls are adorned with Bahai teachings.
Lets Head Out

257 Followers, 36 Reviews


It is built in the shape of a lotus and is also known as the Lotus Temple. It is made of pure white marble. The lotus was chosen as a symbol common to different faith like Hinduism, Jainism, Buddhism and Islam. It represents that people of different faith can worship or meditate here.
Nancy Nance

906 Followers, 187 Reviews


The temple is utterly beautiful from the outside - a huge white lotus floating above the city. Try getting there weekend morning and you'll see festive dressed Indian girls in vivid saris of all colors. Don't be shy to ask for a pic together! Moreover, you'll be asked to pose a gazillion of times at a family portrait, with someone's child or teenage boys who'll definitely tell their friends you've hooked up.
Elena

240 Followers, 29 Reviews


Best time to visit
4:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Things to do
Relaxing, Meditation, Worship
Open Hours
9:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Budget
Free

Indira Gandhi International Airport - New Delhi

Replacing the Safdargunj Airport that was built in 1930, The National Airport is the main when Delhi is concerned. This is also the only airport in the main city and is presently the 26th busiest airport in the world. According to records, it is the largest airport in India in terms of traffic and the 2nd largest in terms of cargo transportation. Before, the airport was under the sole authority of the Indian Air Force and presently the ownership and authority has been transferred upon the Airlines Authority of India. The cleanliness and hygiene of the airport is strictly looked after and timely renovations are made too. In terms of staff service, the quality is remarkably good. The food stalls and other stalls are of ace quality as well.
I picked my Zoomcar - Mahindra Scorpio from here
Jaswanth Jagadeesh

110 Followers, 45 Reviews


After leaving from Khatu on the second day, we headed toward Delhi from where we started. Our flight was at 9 in the night so we had ample of time. We reached the airport around 6 and by 11:30 I was back to home in Mumbai.
Ruchi Jain

560 Followers, 88 Reviews


I had burger and coffee at the Delhi Airport which was too costly,but I managed to buy it as I was feeling hungry at that moment.
Nitish Thapliyal

137 Followers, 7 Reviews


Best time to visit
N/A
Things to do
N/A
Open Hours
N/A
Budget
N/A

Dilli Haat Food And Craft Bazar - New Delhi

This is an artificial village that is a joint initiative of the Delhi Tourism Department and the Government as a whole. It is mainly a platform for local artisans and craftsmen to showcase their talent and products to the city people. Local artists can showcase their products at a very low rent for their shop position. The products are also priced in a way that neither the buyers nor the sellers are exploited. Since the sellers are not forced to pay high revenues so, the authorities keep a watch on the fact that the prices are all regulated in a proper way. The remarkable parts are the food stalls that represent a particular area of India each.
We landed in delhi after manali with a day to spare. So dilli haat was one of the places suggested to us.The place has food and crafts from many states of India. Though the food is good,id say it is over priced
Rohan Mudaliar

240 Followers, 125 Reviews


It provides the ambiance of a traditional rural village. It is an open air food plaza which offers mouth watering dishes of different states of India. The place also offers different types of handicrafts.
Nancy Nance

906 Followers, 187 Reviews


Every Delhi guide will tell you that Dilli Haat warrants a visit. Think of it as a showcase of the states of India. Craftsmen selling local goods and produce, and food from everywhere {which includes momos from Sikkim, Bamboo hot chicken from Nagaland, Kahwa from Jammu and Gujarati Dhokla}. The good news is, you’ll manage a full meal in under the 480 rupees you’ll have left after the entry ticket, but shopping might just be a problem. Unless all you want is a pair of jootis, or a keychain. Where: Dilli Haat, West Kidwai Nagar, Opposite INA Market Price: INR 20/ticket and INR 350/person for a meal {approx}
Little Black Book Delhi

375 Followers, 31 Reviews


Best time to visit
11:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Things to do
shop for antiques, jewelry, carpets, rugs, sarees, fabrics, brassware
Open Hours
10:30 AM – 9:00 PM
Budget
Rs 20 for adults Rs 10 for children

Lodhi Gardens - New Delhi

The morning walkers’ paradise, this monument is under the supervision of Archeological Survey of India. This is a very important place of heritage in the city as the pattern of architecture it follows is not much left in the country. This is a garden comprising of the tombs of famous rulers and is named after the Lodi Dynasty which was from the Afghan regions and ruled over Northern India and parts of Pakistan during the 15th century. The first ruler to be buried here was of Emperor Muhammad Shah by Alauddin Alam Shah. The most famous of all the mausoleums is that of Sikander Lodi. He was a very able ruler and the hero who emerged after defeating Akbar the Great in the Battle of Panipat. The architecture of the tomb is unique with a blend of Persian and Afghani architecture. The main mausoleum is inside a separate enclosure which is further surrounded by beautiful lawns still well- maintained. the monument lies between the Khan Market and the Safdarjung Tomb.
4. Lodhi Gardens: A beautiful garden in the heart of the capital city of India, Lodhi Garden is an amazing place to walk, have a picnic and enjoy with family. It is known for its historical structures like the Tomb of Muhammed Shah, Tomb of Sikander Lodhi, the Bada Gumbad or the Big Tomb etc. Owing to these structures, it is considered a great place for preservation. Needless to say, the garden has well manicured lawns ideal for winter noons and summer evenings. Besides these, Lodhi restaurant serves a brilliant cuisine and is advisable to pre-book a table. Thus, Lodhi Garden has all it takes to make it a perfect spot for handing out – its cultural significance, lush lawn-stretch, walkways and eating joint.
Aditi Shukla

489 Followers, 42 Reviews


Heritage and Greenery. Signature of Delhi.
shubhanshi mishra

137 Followers, 2 Reviews


Lodhi Gardens in New Delhi was landscaped in 1930 by Lady Wellington. The park is a favourite with morning walkers and yoga enthusiasts. The park also houses heritage monuments of the Lodhi era, remnants of the decorated walls of these structures taking us to a period in history when rulers spent money and labour in creating tombs and mosques. Intach ( Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Hertage) organizes heritage walks in the Gardens regularly.
Susan Sharma

154 Followers, 15 Reviews


Best time to visit
11:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Things to do
A good place to relax during summer afternoons and also an ideal place for history buffs.
Open Hours
6:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Budget
Free

Purana Qila - New Delhi

This is yet another of the Mughal gems and a clear picture of the standard and grandeur of the Mughal designs and styles. It was started by Emperor Humayun but later taken over by Sher Shah Suri. Later Humayun again captured it from Sher Shah’s son. The Purana Qila is said to have been built at the banks of the River Yamuna when it had not changed its course and guarded the estate of Indraprastha, mentioned in the Mahabharata. This is also the only monument that has not been named after the one who built it as all the structures inside this was named and renamed with the transfer of ownership every time. The main motive behind the initiation of this monument was that Humayun wanted to build a city on his own. There are three main gateways inside the fort namely Humayun Darwaza, Bara Darwaza and the Talaqui Darwaza. Among these the last one was always closed. The other famous structures inside the Purana Qila are the Qila-e-Kunha Masjid, Sher Mandal observatory and a small museum.
Purana Qila is one of the oldest forts in India. An admirable quality of this monument is that those not fascinated by history can also enjoy the place because of its sprawling spaces. Surrounded by a moat through which once the Yamuna meandered, has made way for a man-made lake offering boat rides. The fort is also famous because Humanyun, the Mughal Emperor died falling from the second floor, while he was hurrying for evening prayers.
Ashi Chaturvedi

9 Followers, 8 Reviews


Riyanka Roy

1k+ Followers, 107 Reviews


Sound and Light show at Purana Qila and Red Fort | Although severely erratic with their timings and frequency {always call ahead}, the actual show is a splendid recreation of this particular piece of history. The show is available in both Hindi and English, and in case you hadn’t caught on, only happens in the evening. Where: Purana Qila, Mathura Road and Red Fort, Netaji Subhash Chandra Marg, Chandini Chowk Price: INR 80/ticket {for both shows}
Little Black Book Delhi

375 Followers, 31 Reviews


Best time to visit
11:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Things to do
The nearest metro station is the Pragati Maidan metro station. Ideal for history buffs
Open Hours
N/A
Budget
Rs 5 for Indians Rs 100 for foreigners. Charges for video photography are applicable.

Akshardham Temple - New Delhi

Holding the Guiness World Record of being the World’s largest comprehensive Hindu temple, the Swaminarayan Akshardham Temple was built in just 5 years. It is an example of the grandeur and beauty of all the ancient and traditional architectural and religious styles that have ever been present in India. The one who took such a noble initiative was Swami Maharaj of the Bochasanwasi Shri Akshar Purushottam Swaminarayan Sanstha along with more than a thousand talented artisans. The temple is mainly dedicated to Swaminarayan and also has a separate shrine for Lord Shiva. There are a number of halls amongst which the first one is where you find films and robotic shows going on to spread the message of honesty, peace and unity. In the second hall you will be presented with the story of an old yogi named Nilkanth in a very attractive manner. Last but not the least the third hall is where you can learn about the discoveries and works of the saints- scientists and the art of Ajanta- Ellora. The musical fountain is an entertainment after sunset, the Lotus temple is another piece of beauty and the Garden of India is a memorial for all the famous men and women of our country.
3. Akshardham Temple: Akshardham Temple is one of the most famous and talked about monuments situated at Noida, NCR at the banks of River Yamuna. Built in 2005 in a 100-acre land, it is the largest Hindu Temple in the world - not merely a structure of religious offerings, but a beautifully carved monument complete with its IMAX theatre, technological exhibitions, musical fountain, gardens and food court. It easily takes a day to cover every corner of the fabulous temple. Take a stroll along the Garden of India or Bharat Upavan, check out the bronze sculptures, intricate architecture, its sunken garden in the shape of a lotus, watch devotees take blessings with their offerings and rituals and more. You have to be there to believe it!
Aditi Shukla

489 Followers, 42 Reviews


It's a Hindu temple complex and displays millennia of traditional Hindu and Indian culture, spitituality and architecture.
Nancy Nance

906 Followers, 187 Reviews


We leave again to our last stop for the day – Akshardham Temple(no photos allowed, so I’ll make the description as detailed as I can). It was almost 5:30pm and that meant we’d miss the exhibition. Oh and before I forget, you are not allowed to carry anything into the temple. No mobiles, no cameras and not even a big handbag. So it’s better to leave your stuff in your car or hotel room or you’d have to waste another hour keeping and retrieving it from the cloak room. We didn’t have to waste that hour as we didn’t bring any such thing. As soon as we entered the temple complex, we rushed to the ticket counter and luckily made it in time for the last show. The first thing that strikes you when you go to an Akshardham temple is its beautiful architecture. With intricate patterns on marble and brilliant sculptures all around, it sure is a treat for the eyes. The exhibition starts off in a theatre where they show a short movie about Swaminarayan and how he gave up everything at 11 years of age and how he attained his spiritual excellence by 21 years. The movie ends and the entire crowd rushes into the exit to the next hall. This seems pretty funny as people are rushing to get the best seats. In the end, some people are left standing. As soon as this show ends, the people standing there rush and get the best seats. Rat race even here! :P But at least everyone is happy. Anyway, this room doesn’t exactly look like a room. This place has a huge tree with statues of many kids playing all around it. Some of them are on the tree and some are playing below it. There is a small lake and a set of seats in a semi-circle beyond it. There are a couple of statues of fishermen standing in the lake. Suddenly, the kid in the middle starts speaking. His hands move, so do his head, lips and everything else. He even blinks his eyes like a real kid. It is a robot which seems just like a real kid. Then the fishermen speak, move hands and even look at us. The whole scene is mesmerizing. It is a story of how the kid in the middle, Swaminarayan makes the fishermen give up fishing because it is a sin to take lives of creatures. Next we step into a corridor and see that it is raining there. Literally. There is even thunder rumbling and we see the front portion of a house. A small boy is walking out of the house and getting drenched in the rain. This one is a still statue but the scene is so real that if we move close to the house, we’ll also get drenched. We then walk through caves and the swami as a child walking through jungles and crossing rivers. The scenes are complete with trees and creepers and snakes. We cross a bridge over a stream and see the swami sitting on a rock in the flowing stream with snakes slithering next to him. Do not get unfazed – all that I’m describing are statues, not real snakes or people. These rooms depict the journey of Swaminarayan across India through the wilderness. After this we enter the open balcony of a village house. We see many life sized statues of people doing different activities. So basically, we have a bird’s eye view of the entire house from the top. Swaminarayan is teaching the inmates. He speaks, nods and blinks. As we look up, we see a blue sky painted. We really get the feel of being inside a village complete with people and everything. The next room is even more awesome. Swami is sitting on a chair and the whole village is sitting around listening to him speak. We can see the excitement on everyone’s faces. The statue next to Swami starts speaking and gesturing. Swami responds to him and gives everyone a few words of wisdom. And then he does something unpredictable. He stands up. He actually stands up! I was awestruck by the ingenious engineering that had gone behind all this. The scenes look so natural. You look to the left and see two women speaking in the village. You look to the right and see that a lady is closely watching the proceedings from behind a pillar. And then you feel that you are actually sitting in that village. After this, we enter a huge theatre. This place is filled with people – probably waiting for the hall to fill up. We happened to be last group, luckily, so the movie started as soon as we were in. It is a 40 minute documentary on the life of Swaminarayan. The kid in the movie acting as the Swami was really cute and innocent and felt apt for the role. After this was the boat ride. The boat is shaped like a giant paddle boat – without paddles. :P There is a chain and track along which the boat moves. This one is a still exhibition of the rich heritage of India and how India has contributed to the world. With this ended the 2 hour exhibition at Akshardham.
Anand Menon

282 Followers, 36 Reviews


Best time to visit
10 AM – 5:00 PM
Things to do
Relax and prayThe nearest metro station is the Akshardham Metro Station. The Musical Fountain, Lotus Garden and Garden of India Charges are extra Mobiles and other electronic gadgets are not allowed. These are to be deposited in the cloakrooms.
Open Hours
9:30 AM – 6:30 PM. The temple remains closed on Mondays.
Budget
Complex entry- free Exhibition fee: Adults- Rs 170 Senior citizen- Rs 125 Child (4-11 years) - Rs 100 Child (below 4 years) - free

Agrasen Ki Baoli - New Delhi

A small distance from the famous Jantar Mantar, the Ugrasen or Agrasen ki Baoli is a famous place for adventure seekers and typical history buffs. It is known that during the times of Mahabharata, Raja Agrasen ordered a 104 red stone fort to be built like this with step wells in it. These were the first varieties of step wells ever seen in the country. Apart from everything, there is mystery unfolding at each step inside this very old heritage site. It is said that the well which has dried up now once was filled with black water and mesmerized people in an eerie way that many visitors would jump into it. It is said that there is some mysterious sound that is hear as one enters this place which then gives way to only an echo of your own footsteps. All these stories make the place even more spooky and adventurous to visit. The place is now protected and maintained by the Archeological Survey of India.
grasenkiBaoli (The well of Agrasen) is truly a fine example of architecture. the step well temple structure will surely fill you wonder and amazement as soon as you visit this legendary tourist place in Delhi. While no one knows the origins of this step well structure, it is widely believed that is was constructed by the King Ugrasen during the Mahabharata Era. The well, which is amongst the few of its kind in Delhi consists of 103 steps, few of which are immersed in water. The top 3 levels of the well are visible and each of them is lined with arched niches on either sides. It is also said that the water in the well attracted its visitors to commit suicide by sinking in it. Though the water has been dried out due to misshapenings .
Ashi Chaturvedi

9 Followers, 8 Reviews


By day, it's a tourist destination but no one has the guts to go there during night. It is often called 'Baoli of the unseen' because it is said to be filled with black water once. Rumor has it that it attracted the depressed hearts towards itself and hypnotized them to jump into the water. Every time when it absorbed someone, the water level raised.
Nancy Nance

906 Followers, 187 Reviews


This is a perfect place to sit and reflect in silence. An old pillaged step-well in New Delhi's business belly! The place is a perfect amalgamation of history in the center surrounded by the tall buildings of Connaught Place. On the steps of Baoli, you can almost feel the past in this 14th Century monument and the present in those business buildings of today.
Srishti Mehta

895 Followers, 61 Reviews


Best time to visit
11:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Things to do
Explore the mysterious tour of the baoli
Open Hours
N/A
Budget
Free

Rashtrapati Bhavan - New Delhi

The President’s house is the official residence of the President of India. It was in 1803, that the Lake East India Company defeated the Mughals and went to transfer kingship upon them. This is when the English appointed the first resident of what was then the capital of Mughals. After this, two important officials, Edwin Lutyens and Herbert Baker went on to form a dream city around the Raisina Hills. This later went on to be named as New Delhi. This was a more planned and developed city and one of the most important buildings in this place is the Rashtrapati Bhavan. There are blocks and chambers inside this huge building that is stretched from one end to the other. During the evening, this building is lit up in festive light and it is a magical treat to the eyes.
Rashtrapati Bhavan, also known as the President's house, is a huge palace kind of structure where the President of India resides. In order to have access to this place, and for a tour inside the president's house, one needs to obtain prior permission from the main authority located here.
Tanvi Nadkarni

870 Followers, 55 Reviews


Boasting itself as the official residence of the president of the largest democracy in the world, the Rashtrapathi Bhavan is one of the finest architectural buildings and a famous tourist place in Delhi. It is a vast mansion sprawling an area of one hundred and thirty hectares including the famous Mughal Gardens and a historical Museum.
Karthik Rao V

422 Followers, 72 Reviews


Next we go to see the Rashtrapati Bhavan and Parliament. Vehicles are not allowed to stop here and so we zoom across the roads while I set my DSLR to a high shutter speed mode and click away. The buildings are huge with amazing architecture.
Anand Menon

282 Followers, 36 Reviews


Best time to visit
11:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Things to do
monument tour
Open Hours
9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Budget
9:00 AM – 4:00 PM The Rashtrapati Bhavan remains closed during all weekends.

Cha Bar - New Delhi

You visit this place once and you are sure to keep visiting it. One of the most popular café cum book store in Cannaught Place area of New Delhi, this is the hangout for the book lovers around. The café comprises of a small Oxford Bookstore and what can be better than sitting in with your favorite book and sipping on steaming cup of tea. The décor of this place is very hip and contemporary with white metal decorations and plastic furniture. The contemporary feel of the place makes it popular amongst every age group. The food is [pocket friendly and they serve with the best of snacks from all over the world. Tea is a specialty of this place and they seem to have a hand- picked collection of flavors from all over India. Must mention are the Mexican and Italian snacks that you can relish here.
The Char Bar at Oxford Bookstore offers different varieties of teas. It's a perfect place for bibliophiles who like to sit near a window with the sun rays coming in and read a book with their cup of exotic tea.
Nancy Nance

906 Followers, 187 Reviews


Cha Bar brings together the best collection of books and selection of tea under one bright and spacious roof. It is located in the outer circle of Connaught Place, one of Delhi most busy commercial center. I spent many hours leafing through the Fiction section while enjoying the reasonably priced tea and snacks.
Anmol Arora (Boring Traveller)

2k+ Followers, 40 Reviews


Cha Bar, Connaught Place! Best place for a calm afternoon. This place is more than just food. Just being here is a sheer delight, it is a book cafe to satiate both, a dull appetite and recharge those lethargic brain cells. Read on as you order your favourite tea out of their long list of varieties.
Harleen Kalsi

2k+ Followers, 103 Reviews


Best time to visit
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Things to do
Try out Jasmine Tea, Cha Hindustani, Darjeeling Makaibari tea, fish n’ chips, Chinese snacks, Falafel and stuffed pita bread. Pamper your sweet tooth with their Chocolate Truffle Pastry.The menu consists of Non- Veg Food.They have a take away service as well.
Open Hours
11:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Budget
Rs 500 for 2

Mirza Ghalibs Haveli - New Delhi

Mirza Ghalib was a very famous classical Urdu and Persian poet of India. The Mirza Ghalib’s Haveli that we can see now is where he had spent the better part of his life. He had named this haveli, “Hakimo ki Haveli”. It was almost in ruins a decade back and started being used as shops but, the Delhi government restored a part of it in 1999 and made a memorial here. This was inaugurated in the year 2000. The charm of the Chandni Chowk lanes increases with such an important place in here. The museum mostly houses selected pieces of poetries by Ghalib himself. Here you will also find letters penned down by the legend himself, his photographs, etc. The most important photograph is the last one that was clicked just a few days before his death. Another part of the haveli has been restored with great care to give it back its original grandeur.
While staying at this Haveli, he wrote his Urdu and Persian ‘diwans’. Many a year after Ghalib's death the place housed shops inside it until the year of 1999 after which the govt. acquired a portion of it and renovated it bringing back its old world Mughal magnificence & splendour. It was given a special touch with the use of Mughal Lakhori bricks, sandstone & a wooden entrance gate to obtain that feeling of the 19th century period
Nitesh Menghani

150 Followers, 4 Reviews


Old Delhi, with its narrow alleyways and Mughal architecture, belongs to a different era and Ghalib ki Haveli is hidden in one of the many by lanes of Ballimaran area. The two room house is all that remains of one of the finest Urdu poets to have ever lived. The quixotic couplets that hang on the sidewall are a testament to his prowess. "Peene de sharab masjid me baith ke Galib Ya woh jaga bata jaha KHUDA nahi hai!!" English Translation Allow me to drink alcohol in the mosque If you cannot then tell me a place where there is no God The writings showcases Ghalib's unique gift to translate his deepest thoughts, highest cravings and darkest emotions into witty couplets on a piece of parchment. The other room had an entire wall covered with a regal painting of Ghalib smoking hookah. The pink and red chandeliers, the old parchment - torn and crumbled - with distinctly written Urdu words looked magical behind the glass frame.
Anmol Arora (Boring Traveller)

2k+ Followers, 40 Reviews


Who doesn't know Ghalib? The famous Urdu and Persian poet of the Mughal Empire used to live here. It has been described as a heritage site by Archaeological Survey of India. It has a museum which displays many items of Ghalib and his time.
Nancy Nance

906 Followers, 187 Reviews


Best time to visit
10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Things to do
Go through the works of the maestro. You can also visit the nearby attractions of Salimgarh Fort, Jama Masji, Dara Shikoh Library and many more. The nearest metro station is the New Delhi Main. There are a number of restaurants just nearby so an afternoon spent here will also be gastronomically entertaining. The nearby old shopping destinations are also worth visiting.
Open Hours
6:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Budget
Free

Paranthe Wali Gali - New Delhi

Also known as Gali Paranthewali, this is one of the most attractive by lanes of Old Delhi. Earlier kmown as the Gariba Dalan, this is where you will find old shops selling a variety of delicious paranthas. The specialty is that the stuffing put into these has unique flavors and combinations. This place was earlier a normal market place full of shops selling sarees and jewelry before the paratha sellers moved into this place. The lane is so famous that many celebrities visit this place regularly. It is said that the aroma of the yummy fried delicacies does not let you pass this lane without trying something from here. Jawaharlal Nehru and his family were regular customers here. the main flavors added to the paranthas here are of mint, different vegetables, cashew, khoya, mahwa and parat. The shops also sell yummy sweet dishes. Another remarkable development is that these shops have now partly switched on to the e-commerce world with online ordering services. Many other restaurants are trying to take inspiration from the environment of this place but the originality always serves the best.
The perfect place to suffice your great Indian hunger at the small Indian budget.Tag along with friends to enjoy the delicious lassi and varied paranthas at any of the age old shops of the place.Expect a pure vegetarian meal with the best of the ingredients.
Nayana Roychoudhury

216 Followers, 5 Reviews


It's a narrow street in Chandani Chowk, famous because of a shop selling paranthas ( a fried Indian bread) and the varieties include fillings like khoya, badaam, dal, matar.
Nancy Nance

906 Followers, 187 Reviews


From the entire day’s journey under Delhi’s dust and heat, we finally relieved our hunger in Purani Dilli’s famous Paranthe Wai Gali (literally ‘the bylane of fried bread’) which is a narrow food street in Chandini Chownk noted for small shops selling Delhi’s best paranthas (fried bread).
Srishti Mehta

895 Followers, 61 Reviews


Best time to visit
9:00 AM – 11:00 AM
Things to do
Enjoy vegetarian food at its best. Each and every item that you get over here is purely vegetarian. This is done keeping in mind a large number of Jain clientele that the food does not even include onions and garlic.
Open Hours
unable to verify
Budget
Free

Majnu Ka Tilla - New Delhi

This is a place where there is a very old Tibetian Settlement and it is overall a nice place to be at. It is like a mini- Tibet inside New Delhi. They do not have many shopping options but it is really nice to know more about the culture and lifestyle of the people. There are however a number of good restaurants around the place.
Came across this place as we had to take bus to Dharamshala. Majnu ka Tilla is also known as Tibetian colony of Delhi. You will find the whole area filled with Tibetian’s and numerous stalls specialized for Tibetan cuisine, Tibetan handicrafts etc. by these Tibetian’s. Their houses have a slight touch of Tibet decorated by prayer flags all-round the terraces, balconies and windows. This place is bit shabby and unhygienic. I spent around 2hours waiting for bus to start. And finally started for Dharamshala at 1930 hours from here.
Chetna Patil

22 Followers, 11 Reviews


If you have booked the seat from from here, you can actually reach a bit early and the evening moment at the Monastery (just move towards the cross over bridge and find it at the opposite direction to the bus stand). You will have to feeling of being in Mcleodganj by seeing lots of Monks enjoying the evening tea and kids playing at the square.
Saurabh Jain

20 Followers, 15 Reviews


Delhi gave shelter to quite a lot Tibetans who managed to flee from the prosecutions, providing them with free area to dwell on the city's outskirts. Getting to the little Tibet is quite long, but it’s definitely worth it! As it’s probably the only place where you can eat beef :) Get a plate of yummy momos, a bowl of avocado soup and tea with salty yak milk and avocado cream soup. Enjoy colorful flags rustling on wind and check out a few traditional Buddhist temples.
Elena

240 Followers, 29 Reviews


Best time to visit
N/A
Things to do
Sight- seeing
Open Hours
N/A
Budget
N/A

Tughlaqabad Fort - New Delhi

Presently the Mehrauli- Badarpur Road, it is a ruined fort that was once a dream of Emperor Ghiyas-ud-din- Tughlaq. He was the founder of the Tughlaq Dynasty and is known to have been a dictator by nature. It was his dream to set up a magnificent fort for himself but fate had something else in store. The fort was made for sure but the emperor could not enjoy his stay there. An old story says that when the fort was being made, the emperor had ordered all masons and workers to work only on this project and nowhere else. This forceful attitude was not liked by Nizamuddin Auliya, a Sufi saint of that time. He cursed the emperor that either the fort will remain unbuilt or will be inhabited by Gujjars. This is absolutely what happened as the Gujjars later took ownership of the fort and started living in that area. Another curse that is said to be the reason of death of the Emperor was when the saint said “Dilli Bohut Door”. At this time Tughlaq was elsewhere and while returning, his son conspired a murder of his father. The mausoleum of the Emperor is also built here now.
2. Tughlaqabad Fort: This 6 km fort in Delhi is of much historic significance. Known for its architecture, the stone and rubble walls that are 10-15 metres high represent the typical monuments of the Tughlaq dynasty. The fort was complete with palaces, mosques and more structures. Although most of it lies in ruins with overgrown vegetation, one can admire its beauty divided into three parts: a wide city area, a citadel and royal residences with underground tower passages. Thirteen out of fifty two gates still remain today. Built by Ghazi Malik in 1321, on assuming the title of Ghias-ud-din Tughlaq, it was the beginning of the Tughlaq dynasty. At least half a day picnic here sounds like a good idea. The water reservoir at its Southern part was a vast one and remains connected to the fort even today.
Aditi Shukla

489 Followers, 42 Reviews


Lying in isolation, this fort is in an extremely deplorable condition. It’s crumbling, yet massive ramparts standing a silent witness to a change its builders could never have thought.
Maryam Yasmin

151 Followers, 8 Reviews


Best time to visit
9:00 AM – 11:00 AM
Things to do
Dig into the history of Old Delhi and Sultanate rule.
Open Hours
5:30 AM – 7:00 PM
Budget
Rs 5 for Indians Rs 100 for foreigners

The Garden of Five Senses - New Delhi

A joint effort of the Delhi Tourism and the Transport department to gift to the citizens a place to detoxify them has resulted into this awesome place. Located in the Said- ul- Azaib Village and Invoking the theme of camouflaging the 5 body senses into one, the park lets us understand how we respond to the beauty of nature. The park was inaugurated in 2003 and has since become a favorite destination of many. The main attractions are the naturally designed rocks placed in a silhouetted manner to mesmerize visitors even more. The stainless steel birds birched on slate slabs are another remarkable attraction here. The grass- cut statue of The Buddha brings a feeling of sanctity to the whole environment. The main aim was to provide the busy people a getaway form the city- blues as it also proves as a development to the city. There are a number of colorful plants and herbs inside the garden which give out a wonderful fragrance attracting all those who are inside the park. One of the gardens known as the Khans Bagh which is inspired from the Mughal lines of gardens.
Garden of Five Senses is an arts lover delight as it's an open exhibition area to display art. It's not just a garden but a garden to realize the concept of public leisure space to awaken a sensory response.
Nancy Nance

906 Followers, 187 Reviews


Dinner at Fio Country Kitchen and Bar As if all this was not enough for the day , I bounced into three of my friends at the Jazz Music Fest and there they asked me to join them for dinner. So, for dinner we went to Fio Country Kitchen and Bar this is a restaurant in the Garden Of Five Senses in Saket. Garden of Five Senses is called so because it is designed to stimulate all five senses with its beauty and attractions. This garden has some other restaurants also all with picturesque settings. The location of Fiyo is so ambient and beautiful that it completely relaxes it's visitors. The staff was polite and the food was fresh and exotic. The red lanterns hanging from the trees made the whole atmosphere angelic for me. So I had a great time with my friends over the dinner. So this was my so much a movies like perfect day in my city , my Delhi. I think I will soon just go out again without any preplanning and see that on which rollercoaster ride Delhi takes me this time.
Kirti Gupta

632 Followers, 34 Reviews


Best time to visit
2:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Things to do
Sit and relax in the magical environment, hangout with your family and friends and enjoy a break from the hassles of everyday life. The nearest metro station is Saket. The food court is located in a remote corner of the park
Open Hours
April to September- 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM October to March- 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Budget
Rs 30 for adults Rs 10 for senior citizens Rs 10 (for child up to 12 years) Free for handicapped

Sarojini Nagar - New Delhi

Sarojini Nagar is the place where you receive the trendiest clothes and accessories at unbelievably cheap prices. The market remains closed on Mondays. The explanation for the magic is that these are all surplus exported materials or rejected export materials. You will even get branded stuffs at extremely cheap prices out here. Be it female fashion clothing or trendy winter wear, you name it and you receive it. The market can be located really convenient location, thus, rendering it easier for all in the future here. The Babu Market within this area is fabled for the old sweet shops. The subzi Mundi here's noted for the shops selling the best farm fresh quality vegetables. Something that you need to definitely keep in mind when you visit this place is your bargaining skills are challenged over here. The more you bargain, the greater is your shopping experience.
Riyanka Roy

1k+ Followers, 107 Reviews


S N Market is popular because of its cheap stuff. If you are looking for some cheap and funky clothes then this is a perfect place since it has a lot to offer when it comes to clothes. S N market is famous among college students mainly. It stays open all days except for Mondays.
Nancy Nance

906 Followers, 187 Reviews


Best time to visit
12:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Things to do
Cloth shopping
Open Hours
10:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Budget
N/A

National Rail Museum - New Delhi

The National Rail Museum is really a museum in Chanakyapuri, New Delhi which centers on the rail heritage of India it opened on the 1 February 1977. It is located in over 10 acres of land with both indoor and outdoor exhibits.
Oh I loved this place! Came here after I saw this place in Ki and Ka trailer and I was like, okay I have to go here anyhow! and I made it! This is the place that gives you entire information on Indian Railways. Should you know the effort and you would stop littering in the Indian Railways! My respect for the IR just went above all levels of respect! Thank you IR!
Tanvi S

274 Followers, 95 Reviews


5. National Rail Museum: Want a mini train tour around a museum full of preserved locomotives? Well, head to the National Rail Museum where you will get just that! This brilliant museum is situated at Chanakyapuri and bleeds the railway heritage of India. This 10 acre museum has outdoor as well as indoor exhibits featuring the Electric locomotive 4006 built in 1930, A Beyer Garratt 6594 Engine, a Patiala State Monorail System amongst endless others. The most unique and antique rail engines or locomotives can be found here. A true preservation of our world-renowned railway network, this museum displays railway artefacts along with historical pictures while offering a toy train ride and boat ride: a one-stop spot to gather all the history and pieces of information related to Indian railways.
Aditi Shukla

489 Followers, 42 Reviews


Best time to visit
Across The Year
Things to do
Railway Museum
Open Hours
9:30 am to 5:30 pm. (Monday Closed)
Budget
Rs 10/-

Humayun's Tomb - New Delhi

Humayun's Tomb is one of the most important monuments of the city and a perfect example of wonderful Islamic architecture was made by Mirak Mirza Ghiyas, a Persian architect. The initiative to make this monument was taken by Humayun’s senior widow Bega Begum. The monument is considered as a precursor of the Taj Mahal in terms of beauty. It was built in 1565 AD and is located on the crossing of the Lodi Road and Mathura Road. The main features of this monument are the beautiful gardens, fountains and of course the double domed mausoleum. Apart from Humayun’s tomb, there are many other Mughal rulers who have their mausoleums built in here.
Historical Paradise
Aruneet Anand

180 Followers, 7 Reviews


Humayun’s Tomb: It might look like the Taj Mahal to everyone as it is inspired by the same design. It was built in 1570. The body of Humayun is kept inside the building. You should know that this is the first monument in India of its kind. It remains open from sunrise to sunset, but visit it in the late afternoon to get the best light.
Nishita

155 Followers, 19 Reviews


Best time to visit
3:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Things to do
History Tour
Open Hours
6:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Budget
Rs 10/- for Indians, Rs 250/- for foreigners, Rs 25/- for video photography
This is the most important museum of the city and also one of the best within the country. If you want to enjoy the best contemporary art, this is no doubt the best you can get. The building that has been transformed into the lovely museum was once the residence of famous kings of Jaipur. The grandeur is still maintained till a certain extent. The maintenance part is worth mentioning and the collection is the best you can find anywhere. Art pieces housed here have a large range of variety. There are pieces that are almost 2 centuries old. There are also art works by English painters and National ones too. The location of the museum is just adjacent to the India Gate, thus making it almost a part of another attraction of National importance. The gardens circling the museums form an ideal place for summer afternoons.
Housing an excellent collection of Modern Indian art, this Gallery is one of the best tourist places in Delhi to hang around for art lovers. It has collections of more than fourteen thousand works of famous artists like Thomas Daniell, Raja Ravi Verma, Rabindranath Tagore and many more. It also has an auditorium, preview theater, library and a museum shop to spend time around.
Karthik Rao V

422 Followers, 72 Reviews


If you’re feeling artsy, why not check out the wealth of Delhi’s art galleries and museums on offer. The National Gallery of Modern Art in the center of Delhi has a collection that includes a collection of India’s acclaimed masters such as Amrita Sher Gill and Rabindranath Tagore, as well as a wide variety of cutting edge exhibitions. For more information, and a full list of showing artists, click. Price: INR 10/Indian and INR 150/Foreigner
Little Black Book Delhi

375 Followers, 31 Reviews


Best time to visit
2:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Things to do
museum tour, picnics, hangout
Open Hours
10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Budget
Rs 20 for Indians Rs 500 for foreigners the museum remains closed on Mondays

Akshardham - New Delhi

Holding the Guiness World Record to be the World's largest comprehensive Hindu temple, the Swaminarayan Akshardham Temple was built-in just 5 years. The nearest metro station is the Akshardham Metro Station. Mobiles and other electronic gadgets are not allowed. These are to be deposited in the cloakrooms. It's an example of the grandeur and beauty of all the ancient and traditional architectural and religious styles which have ever been present in India. Usually the one who took such a noble initiative was Swami Maharaj of the Bochasanwasi Shri Akshar Purushottam Swaminarayan Sanstha along side more than a thousand talented artisans. The temple is mainly specialized in Swaminarayan and also includes a separate shrine for Lord Shiva. There are a number of halls amongst which the initial one is where you will find films and robotic shows going to spread the message of honesty, peace and unity. In the second hall you is likely to be presented with the story of a classic yogi named Nilkanth in an exceedingly attractive manner. Last however, not the smallest amount of the next hall is where you are able to find out about the discoveries and works of the saints- scientists and the art of Ajanta- Ellora. The musical fountain is an amusement after sunset, the Lotus temple is another bit of beauty and the Garden of India is just a memorial for all the famous men and women of our country.
Huge Temple Complex Built near CWG Village. It will take atleast 2 hours to roam the entire area. Take the Noida/VAishali Metro from Rajiv Chowk and get down at Akshardham Station. Rickshaws will drop you at the temple for 30Rs
Muktadhara Ray

1k+ Followers, 71 Reviews


Back to home tired but excited about the ride.
Vishal Kapur

187 Followers, 20 Reviews


Best time to visit
10 AM – 5:00 PM
Things to do
Relax and pray
Open Hours
9:30 AM – 6:30 PM(Closed on Mondays)
Budget
Entry- Free, Exhibition - Adults- Rs 170 / Senior citizen- Rs 125 / Child (4-11 years) - Rs 100 / Child (below 4 years) - Free, The Musical Fountain, Lotus Garden and Garden of India Charges are extra

Rashtrapati Bhawan - New Delhi

The President’s house is the official residence of the President of India. It was in 1803, that the Lake East India Company defeated the Mughals and went to transfer kingship upon them. This is when the English appointed the first resident of what was then the capital of Mughals. After this, two important officials, Edwin Lutyens and Herbert Baker went on to form a dream city around the Raisina Hills. This later went on to be named as New Delhi. This was a more planned and developed city and one of the most important buildings in this place is the Rashtrapati Bhavan. There are blocks and chambers inside this huge building that is stretched from one end to the other. During the evening, this building is lit up in festive light and it is a magical treat to the eyes.
The stunning presidential estate. Near Rashtrapati Bhavan are the North and South Blocks of the Secretariat, and a Council Chamber which houses India's Parliament.
Aabdika Sharma

241 Followers, 18 Reviews


It’s a huge territory with not much (if any) people around close to the city center. Finally, you can get a free breath and hardly any attention to your humble persona. Check out Mr. President Residence with a fancy cut garden and guards marching around. Don’t forget to get a must-have pic with the guard.
Elena

240 Followers, 29 Reviews


Best time to visit
11:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Things to do
monument tour
Open Hours
9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Budget
9:00 AM – 4:00 PM The Rashtrapati Bhavan remains closed during all weekends.

Darjeeling Tea Center - New Delhi

Every hill in Darjeeling has tea gardens. Some hills have very beautiful view.
Rahul Goley

6 Followers, 18 Reviews


Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary - New Delhi

This lovely place is simply heaven for peace seekers and bird watchers too. Located in the Gurgaon Area of the Haryana region, this place has 4 different watch towers at different locations inside the park from where you get lovely views. The good part is that there are not many trees at positions which can block the view of the tourists so you get an even better view. There is also a tourist education and information center for more details on these winged species. The tourist resort here has all modern amenities and also a bar and restaurant. The park is wheelchair accessible too and there are more than 90 species visiting this park every year.
Lush greenery and lovely birds make this an ideal picnic spot.
Ruchika Makhija

705 Followers, 177 Reviews


Best time to visit
7:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Things to do
bird watching, photography
Open Hours
6;00 AM - 4:30 PM
Budget
Rs 5 for Indians, Rs 40 for foreigners, Rs 10 for still camera and Rs 500 for video camera

Jahaz Mahal - New Delhi

Located at the end of the famous Mehrauli Area of New Delhi and just beside the Hauz-i-Khas is the Jahaz Mahal. the beautiful palace was named so as the reflection of it resembled the structure of a ship when seen in the reservoir opposite it. It is known to have been built during the Lodi rule around 1451- 1526 AD. The purpose of this architectural beauty is still unclear but according to sources it was either an inn for travelers from Middle and Far East or a leisure destination for the Mughal Rulers. Among the most remarkable features are the cenotaphs, tile work and blue tiling details on the walls of the palace. A part of the palace is now in ruins given repeated attacks and trials of encroachment. Whatever remains also makes nothing less than a perfect example of Islamic art and minute detailing. The intricate designs on the walls can leave any tourist in awe. The palace is surrounded by a very nice garden with lush green grass.
This was built by Lodi dynasty, the mahal was built almost 200 years after the reservoir but completely gels in with the surroundings. Constructed to serve as an inn (sarai) for travelers and pilgrims. Jahaz Mahal is the venue of the annual colorful festival of the Phool Walon Ki Sair (means a procession of the florists) or Sair-i-Gulfaroshan held in October every year. It is a potential place for photography and history enthusiasts.
Naina Kataria

256 Followers, 18 Reviews


Best time to visit
8:00 AM – 11:00 AM
Things to do
N/A
Open Hours
palace tour, relax in the garden around, dig into the typical Delhi breakfast delicacies of Jalebi and puri. Beware of pickpockets as the area gets very crowded at times. The nearest metro station is the Chhatarpur Metro station
Budget
Free

Rose Cafe - New Delhi

You can almost give this awesome café a miss given its tucked in location. This is a must visit on your way to or back from the Garden of 5 Senses. The ambience of this café cum restaurant is very cozy and comfortable. The staff and owners are warm and extremely friendly. The look of the place is absolutely like an Italian village café and the outdoor dining is more eye- catching. They have a restricted menu but the dishes are well chosen. The quantity of food served is standard and the taste is to vouch for. The special mention should be of the pizza and the cold beverages. You also get Lebanese food out here.
Rose Cafe, Saket! After Chattarpur’s lesser-known cafe one of the cheap places to eat in Delhi, French affair closed down, it was hard to find something as homely and for the lack of better term, enchantingly Victorian. Everything about this place is quite rosy; a cafe with a countryside decor away from the hustle-bustle of the mall rats and big multiplexes is precisely designed to complement the surrounding hues of nature’s beauty.
Harleen Kalsi

2k+ Followers, 103 Reviews


Best time to visit
2:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Things to do
Brunch or Lunch outlet
Open Hours
12:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Budget
N/A

Qila Rai Pithora - New Delhi

Qila Rai Pithora also known as Rai Pithora's Fort was a fort city integrated 12th-century by Chauhan king, Prithviraj Chauhan. Chauhan Rajputs had bought out the city of Delhi, from Tomar Rajputs. It also incorporated, much older Lal Kila built earlier by 8th-century Tomar Rajput ruler, Anang Pal I. It had been from the fort that the Tomar, Chauhan and the Slave Dynasty ruled over Delhi from 12th to 13th century. Remains of the fort walls are scattered across South Delhi, visible in present Saket, Mehrauli around Qutb complex, Kishangarh and Vasant Kunj areas.
7. Qila Rai Pithora: This fort is visible from South Delhi, especially Saket and Mehrauli. Remains of this fort from the 12th century lie in scatters across the region around Qutub complex. Better known as Lal Kot by some, this fort was the first red stone fort built in Delhi. Hence, the name! A major part of this fort has been left in ruins. But, it still reflects the glorious past. It has seven gates worth being photographed. A flight of earthen and stone steps leads upwards where one can get a complete view of the Qila. Its gateway and round bastion is of much significance.
Aditi Shukla

489 Followers, 42 Reviews


Best time to visit
Across The Year
Things to do
Nature Walk, History Walk, Photography
Open Hours
7:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Budget
Free

Zafar Mahal - New Delhi

This is the last building built by the Mughals. It was started by Emperor Akhbar Shah II and was finished by the last Mughal emperor, Bahadur Shah Zafar, who also gave it the present name of Zafar Mahal. The building was in the memory of the sufi saint Bhaktiyar Kaki, a descendent of the famous Saint Moinuddin Chisti. Apart from the Zafar Mahal, a number of other monuments were built in the honor of Khwaja Bhaktiyar kaki. This building was earlier known as Rang Mahal and was a single storey structure. The Hathi Gate, Moti Masjid and Chhattri were later added to renovate and beautify the structure and give it some height. The famous festival or the annual procession known as Phulon ki Sair also starts from here and is a festival that had long ago been started by the Khawja himself as a protest of the British festivals. The naubat Khana and graves of the royal family are also put up in a beautiful manner here.
Zaffar Mahal is a palace that was built by Akbar Shah II in 18th century. Then it was called Lal Mahal or Rang Mahal. Later, Bahadur Shah Zafar II renovated it and it was renamed to Zaffar Mahal. This place is great for photography and hanging out. But beware of the collapsible roofs. The structure is one of the last to be built by Mughals, yet is the first one to collapse!
Naina Kataria

256 Followers, 18 Reviews


Best time to visit
11:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Things to do
N/A
Open Hours
Admire the detailed designs on the walls of the monument, try out the sweet shops around this building.
Budget
Free

Lado Sarai - New Delhi

Lado Sarai is a region in South Delhi, near by Saket metro station.
Sandwiched in the layers of the first cities of Delhi (Lalkot and Mehrauli), the urban village of Lado Sarai offers easy access to built heritage from down the centuries. In recent years (post the sealing drive by the city authorities), it has also become an art hub, with art galleries mushrooming on the main street, along with furniture and carpet stores, and other creative practices. Our Lado Sarai walk starts with a terrace top brunch at the captain’s house, known infamously as Genda Mahal, the house of marigolds (some panoramic views promised). On the walk we discover tombs, some renovated, some crumbling, some encroached. Walk through the lanes of the village – old havelis, wells, the last few pastoral remains (cow sheds & more…), bustling markets… End the walk browsing art and design in the village, and a treat at the locally revered pizzeria cum cheese shop. Is this really Delhi’s SOHO? Mode of Commuting: Walk Meeting Point: Customized Timings: Customized
Himanshu Verma

137 Followers, 11 Reviews


Best time to visit
Across The Year
Things to do
City Tours, Walk
Open Hours
05:00 PM - 08:00 PM
Budget
Free

Olive Bar & Kitchen - New Delhi

The taste of the whole world under the same roof is served here. This restaurant is a favorite of many people given the delicious continental food and extremely good service. The ambience is very comfortable and classy. It is a perfect destination for romantic dinner or lunch outings. They also have an outdoor dining option which pleases customers especially during the winter days. The fish platters and Italian based dishes are extremely well served. The presentation of the food is worth mentioning. The location of the restaurant is very convenient in the Mehrauli area just near the Qutub Minar.
Lunch at Olive Bar and Kitchen Now I really wanted some relaxing retreat and for that I prefer no other place but the Olive Bar and Kitchen near the Qutub minar complex. For me this is the only place in Delhi which means the ultimate relaxation with some amazing Italian food. Although this place is expensive like a lunch for two can cost around rs.3000 but the experience they deliver you here is totally worth it. The ultimate white Italian décor , the soft music, the tranquility of the open area and the waiters in flower print shirts sometimes make me feel that I am on a Caribbean island. This place is not just about amazing food but it represents food culture , people don’t come here to just have a lunch instead they have lunch here to just enjoy this place. As me and my friend wanted to have some lazy chats now so we ordered a Mezze platter along with refreshing Mojitos . The Mezze platter, when it was served I was just oggling at it I mean it was so much, 8 types of dips, with different types of breads, 4 types of salads and some other cutlets and grilled mushrooms. It gave us full 1 hour of enjoyment of taste and conversation. As the platter was huge so without having some main course we ordered the estatic red valvet cake and it was pure heaven .
Kirti Gupta

632 Followers, 34 Reviews


Best time to visit
5:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Things to do
Try Italian and Continental delicacies, visit the Qutub Minar
Open Hours
12:00 PM – 1:00 AM
Budget
N/A

DT Cinemas - New Delhi

DT Cinemas is a chin of mutiplex is the owned by DLF Group, currentlly having 29 screens with an overall seating capacity of more than 6200 seats.
We know we know. Movie tickets are ludicrously expensive at DT. But here’s a little well-kept secret. Come Thursday, movie tickets at DT are priced at INR 150 for all movies. And we’re almost certain you’ll manage popcorn and a drink in the remaining 350. Where: Find a DT nearest you. Price: INR 150/Thursday for all movies
Little Black Book Delhi

375 Followers, 31 Reviews


Best time to visit
11:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Things to do
Watch a movie or show
Open Hours
10:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Budget
Free

Goonj - New Delhi

Anshu Gupta doesn't need words! You got to visit him once. They are bunch of people India needs.
Shifa Thobani

30 Followers, 46 Reviews


Spell and Bound - New Delhi

The book lovers’ paradise, Spell and Bound is a new age book store, library cum café with an old world charm. The place is small but the interior is designed very tactfully. As soon as you enter the store, you get the typical smell of new pages combined with the aroma of steaming coffee. The basement is the reading area only whereas the level above this is where you get some lip smacking snacks to be enjoyed with your favorite book in the other hand. The store has almost all writers around the world and books on almost all subjects. Be it new age contemporary writers, fictions, novels or old history books, you name it and they try to serve it. The sparkling wooden flooring and old designed spiral stairs add a little more charm to the place.
They have a big collection of books of different genres. It's a nice place for reading books and have a refreshing cup of coffee.
Nancy Nance

906 Followers, 187 Reviews


Best time to visit
2:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Things to do
Read, buy books
Open Hours
N/A
Budget
N/A

Bikers Cafe - New Delhi

In the heart of the buzzing Vasant Kunj area in New Delhi is a hub mainly for youngsters and bike lovers. The ambience is cozy and comfortable and food is good and very pocket friendly too. The service is definitely not a ten on ten but the other pluses overpowers it. The décor is punk and very modern keeping in mind the young crowd out here. it is overall a good place for breakfast, brunch or an evening snack after shopping.
Tucked away in a corner of the Vasant Kunj B Block market is the neat little bistro named Biker's Cafe. I discovered it quite by accident while searching for a place to grab an early morning bite with a friend. For all the helmets and bike components on display at the wall, the cafe is largely silent and empty. It is near perfect for a healthy meal and banter. The Bobby Brown Breakfast (cheese and mushroom omelette, bowl of fries, toasted brown bread, grilled tomato and peanut butter) did my spirits a world of good.
Anmol Arora (Boring Traveller)

2k+ Followers, 40 Reviews


Best time to visit
8:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Things to do
American breakfast, Spanish brunch
Open Hours
9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Budget
N/A

Satpula Dam - New Delhi

Satpula or the Seven Arches Dam is otherwise unnoticed by all passersby and tourists till you inquire about a nearby water body here. The beautiful area is often mistaken as a bridge or simply a lake. The main thing that pleases everyone here is the surrounding greenery due to the bushes around. The place is perfect for some quite time away from the bustling city. The view from the top is wonderful and you will have to jump above the small gates to reach the actual area. The Seven arches bridge was built by Emperor Muhammad-bin- Tughlaq and the arches are still clearly visible. The walls and structures of the dam and gates are much in ruins due to time and natural forces but it still manages to portray a clear picture of calmness, serenity and tranquility.
This was a dam built around 1343 to aid irrigation facilities and provide a defense from enemy armies. Even after six centuries of wear and tear, there is no major damage in the structure. Apart from being a dam, this was also used for defense from enemies. You can notice tall towers on both banks which give you a feel of being watched. If you get down to the plain ground in front of the structure, you can see the seven openings that once functioned as the gates of the dam to let water out. This is a great hangout place and if you take a few friends along, you'll have an awesome time together !!
Naina Kataria

256 Followers, 18 Reviews


Best time to visit
8:00 AM – 11:00 AM
Things to do
Sightseeing The nearest metro station is the Malviya Nagar Metro Station.
Open Hours
24 hours
Budget
N/A

Khirki Masjid - New Delhi

This is an offbeat mosque that stands out from all its counterparts of that era. The mosque was built by the Prime Minister of Ferozeshah Tughlaq named, Khan-i-Jahan Junaan Telangani. The mosque that is now a symbol of loneliness and ignorance is a fine blend of Hindu and Islamic architecture. Unlike other mosques that have a single courtyard, this is divided into four small courtyards, each having a design different from the other. The lattice and calligraphy work is admirable and the sight of children using the green area for playing is a blissful sight. The building is almost in crumbles at present. The main reasons are lack of restoration and the scarcity of sunlight penetrating inside.
The architecture of this place is beautiful and it is a great place for photo-shoots as well. The structure is vast and has an array of hundreds of pillars orderly aligned is a treat to watch. Even in the summer heat we found to be windy and calm. it just soothes one's senses. It is a brilliant place to spend time and be at peace. The view around is so contrasting. Here stands on a 14th century structure, looking at the biggest mall of Delhi right in front of you!! It's so ironic, and yet it's legacy never ceases to amaze!
Naina Kataria

256 Followers, 18 Reviews


Best time to visit
8:00 AM – 11:00 AM
Things to do
Explore the essence of history.
Open Hours
24 hours
Budget
Free

Khirki Village - New Delhi

Khirki village is a region in South Delhi, Khirki Masjid well known as Khirki Fort is famous tourist place in this region. Malviy Nagar metro station is nearest metro station.
Standing true to its name, it's a window to what's called a monumental mess. What was once the gem in the Tughlaq city of 14th century, Khirki Village, today, is a conglomeration of dense buildings, along with some strong artistic experimental art practices painted over its walls, amidst the paths of community festivals and strong artistry, led by the organisation- Khoj. While on one side the walk covers the Satpula waterwork dam and Khirki Mosque of late 14th century, on the other site you walk through a maze along with exploring art and graffiti, created as part of the Extension Khirkee festival.\ Mode of Commuting: Walk Meeting Point: Customized Timings: Customized
Himanshu Verma

137 Followers, 11 Reviews


Best time to visit
Across The Year
Things to do
History Tour, City Tours, Walk
Open Hours
05:00 PM - 08:00 PM
Budget
Free

Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway - New Delhi

This is an expressway that connects the capital city of Delhi with the Satellite city of Gurgaon. This is also rated as one of the best expressways of the whole country. It is also a part of the famous Golden Quadrilateral Project involving all four megacities of Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Chennai. The features that make this expressway worth a special mention are that the whole expressway is under CCTV observation till the Indira Gandhi International Airport. The expressway encompasses of 11 flyovers and 4 toll plazas. Among these four toll plazas, one is the largest in South Asia.
Delhi wallas used to drive there to witness the landing of airplanes in the Indira Gandhi international airport whose runway is just across the highway. It is said that the planes come so close there that you could touch them with your arms. (Well, almost.) We cyclist call us the jumbo point, but got disappointed... No landing of planes taking place for last 8-10 days as per the local person at the police post.
Vishal Kapur

187 Followers, 20 Reviews


Best time to visit
Across The Year
Things to do
Road trip, Nature View
Open Hours
All Time
Budget
Free

Mahipalpur - New Delhi

Mahipalpur is a part od South West Delhi. Its one of the historical part of Delhi was established by 18th ruler of Delhi, Raja Mahipal Tomar. Its nearby IGI Airport and Chhatarpur Metro station is nearest metro station.
Day0 - Hello All! (24th June, Mahipalpur-Delhi) It was the day when all riders had assembled at the Modesty Palace Hotel, Mahipalpur for the briefing session. The introductory session started with Manu introducing the core members & informing all the riders about the key points for a safe ride, way of riding, dos & don’ts etc. One of the important rules of the ride was, that no one being allowed to ride under the influence of alcohol/drugs & it was clear from Day 0, to which everyone adhered with. It was an august gathering of all riders from various spheres of life & having one common thread binding everyone- Riding their RE machines to Ladakh! It was amazing to see the passion of the riders who had come down from various parts of the country including Chandigarh, Faridkot, Panipat, Gwalior, Varanasi, Mumbai, Nagpur, Baroda, Ranchi, Hyderabad & Vizag. There were a few who had bought their bike just to join this ride & some even had come on a ride for the very first time. I was not the only one there, some like me, had quit their current job to accomplish this dream ride. Hope they too had a backup option. I had met some of the riders Maneesh, Tarun, Anuj earlier during a warm-up/breakfast ride to Murthal & went on to be close buddies forming our ‘foursome’ group and having awesome time together. It was amazing to see the enthusiasm among the riders, be it the youngest rider of 23 years old or Shivaraju, who is just 50 years ‘young’. In fact he was one of the most active riders of the lot who is a trained para glider & avid trekker. The group had a good mix of professionals working in public & private sectors, govt employees, bank employees, engineers, defence personnel, railways employee, chefs, entrepreneurs etc. who were ready to shed the comfort of their respective air conditioned offices & face the gruelling conditions en route. Also, this ride was going to be a test of our patience, perseverance, ability to adapt & accept situations. It was Day0 & extraordinary events were expected to occur. Pardeep stuck his feet in his new RE boots & was helplessly reaching out to every rider as he was unable to off his shoes. Finally I & ‘Pahalwaan’ Varun had to put in all our strength to pull them out to bring him relief. Another rider Rahul who woke up that evening to discover that his bike was not functioning well & ‘missing’ beats was seen tensed as he was trying sort out the problem. He was directed to Kaytee workshop where the accompanying mechanic Rajinder managed to resolve the issue. ‘Missing’ Rahul appeared to be less than happy entire the ride as his bike was demanding some or other maintenance almost every day. To avoid such hassles fortunately RB had organised free check-up camps which most of us had availed to ensure that we have a trouble-free ride. Unfortunately riders who had missed attending the ride were the once who majorly faced issues. It was a basic duty of the rider to ensure that their machines are ride-fit & those who missed a thorough check-up, did it at their own peril. After the formal introductory round & exchanging pleasantries, riders had their dinner & were ready for the D-day when they kick-start the ride to Paradise. Four of us- Manu ‘sardaar’, Varun ‘pahalwaan’ Nishant ‘orange cap’ & myself went to KT to get the flex banners fixed on the back-up truck which was carrying the spares, our luggage, mechanic & lot more. It took some time to get that fixed after which we rushed back to be on our beds by 11.30pm as the wake-up call was at 4.30am & I did not want to be left back on first day itself.
Rajendra Prasad

189 Followers, 23 Reviews


Best time to visit
Across The Year
Things to do
City Tours, Walk
Open Hours
All Time
Budget
Free

Shahpur Jat Village - New Delhi

Also termed as the Royal Town of the Jats, this place was built by Alauddin Khilji in the year 1303. After a few years later, Dagar farmers from Haryana started settling down over here and soon became established due to their expertise in farming. This is still like a hidden secret of Delhi. The place is just near the famous Siri Fort and the Hauz Khas Reservoir. Both of these historic structures are now in ruins along with the typical havelis of this narrow lane. The place is now taken up as the fashion nook of the bustling city. This place is filled with fashion boutiques selling everything from designer clothes to other trendy garments and accessories. There are also a few cafes with a cool ambience including those under shady trees and outdoor dining facilities.
Located amidst the ruins of Siri, the second city of Delhi (14th century), Shahpur Jat village is on its way to becoming the next Hauz Khas village, and is already now referred to as ‘the other village’. A familiar trope greets us – amidst ruins from bygone eras, creativity and enterprise is thriving. Low rents, easy availability of artisans and skilled labour, and friendly locals have made this a hub for design practitioners, publishers, NGOs, and now even restaurants. Along with these, our walk will also explore the Ruins of Siri Fort and Tohfe Wala Gumbad in Baradari along with some famous design stores. Mode of Commuting: Walk Meeting Point: Customized Timings: Customized
Himanshu Verma

137 Followers, 11 Reviews


Best time to visit
9:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Things to do
Shop, hangout
Open Hours
24 hours
Budget
N/A

The Potbelly Rooftop Cafe - New Delhi

The Potbelly Rooftop Cafe is first Bihari restaurant in Delhi at 116 C, Top Floor, Shahpur Jat, Behind UCO Bank, Introducing a rich verity of Bihari cuisine.
The Potbelly Roof top Cafe, Shahpur Jat! Hyped as an urban village now, it is all artsy behind the rural facade. As a canvas for unique graffiti, this place has been in the limelight for food joints worth exploring & one of the best budget restaurant in Delhi. This particular rooftop cafe is a hippie happy place admired for its quirky sitting area and vibrantly vivacious interiors. Give your usual cuisine flavours a rest and stop by for a Bihari Sandwich and a cup of joe.
Harleen Kalsi

2k+ Followers, 103 Reviews


Best time to visit
Across The Year
Things to do
Best place to eat Bihari food
Open Hours
12:00 pm-11:00 pm
Budget
RS 1000/- for 2

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