Delhi Travel Guide - Part II

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23rd Dec 2014
Photo of Delhi Travel Guide - Part II 1/5 by Nancy Nance
Azad Hind Gram
Photo of Delhi Travel Guide - Part II 2/5 by Nancy Nance
Garden of Five Senses
Photo of Delhi Travel Guide - Part II 3/5 by Nancy Nance
Dilli Haat
Photo of Delhi Travel Guide - Part II 4/5 by Nancy Nance
Lodi Tomb
Photo of Delhi Travel Guide - Part II 5/5 by Nancy Nance
Safdarjung Tomb

Although Delhi is a small city but there are many tourist places to visit in the city. Some are in Old Delhi and some are in New Delhi. All places to discover more about the history of the city. This article covers all the tourist places which weren't covered in the Part I as they are not popular among the tourists and they choose to leave these places out from their list.

So check out this list for not-so-famous tourist places of Delhi.

Image Sources: Garden of Five Sense | Azad Hind Gram | Dilli Haat | Safdarjung Tomb | Lodi Tomb

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.

Photo of The Garden of Five Senses, Saiyad ul Ajaib, Sainik Farm, New Delhi, Delhi, India by Nancy Nance

It is a project developed by Delhi Tourism to honour Netaji Subash Chandra Bose. The domes built in North architectural style surrounds the museum and the memorial. You will be entertained here by puppet show and dance performances.

Photo of Azad Hind Gram, National Highway 10, Tikri Kalan, New Delhi, Delhi, India by Nancy Nance

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.

Photo of Dilli Haat Food And Craft Bazar, Barakhamba, New Delhi, Delhi, India by Nancy Nance

It is a sandstone and marble mausoleum which was built in 1754 in the Mughal Empire style.

Photo of Safdarjung Tomb, Sri Aurobindo Marg, Airforce Golf Course, New Delhi, Delhi, India by Nancy Nance

It is one of the oldest historical monument of Delhi which typify the Lodi Dynasty legacy. It was built in 1517 by Ibrahim Lodi. The tomb is surrounded by lush garden which has now become a picnic spot.

Photo of Lodi Tomb, New Delhi by Nancy Nance
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