H20-B, KALKAJI MAIN ROAD, Nehru Place, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110019, India
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Supermarkets close to Connaught Place

by ScottandShoko


Have been looking and it seems supermarkets selling general goods are hard to come by?
Are there any supermarkets close to Connaught Place where one can pick up all general supplies.

Many thanks,


Re: Supermarkets close to Connaught Place

by princess_guls

Are you putting up in Connaught Place - then your best bet is possibly Shankar Market. Pahargunj, Karol Bagh and Rajendra Nagar would also be within 3-4 km distance. If you have not been to Khan Market yet, it might be worth the visit (about 4 km from CP) - pick up general supplies, try some of Khan chachas chicken rolls nad take a leisurely stroll in Lodi Gradens. Hope that helps.

Travel Tips for Delhi

Kingsway Camp

by husain

Kingsway camp, where, in 1911, King George V announced his coronation in England - to his `subjects' in India.
The capial of British India also was moved from Calcutta to New Delhi at that time...

Packing List

by virattravels

Life is quite normal over here, thus the usual consderations apply. Travel can sometimes cause luggage to be handled roughly specially if you hire coolies, so it should be hardy to withstand moderate rough handling. In summers you would want to take off even whatever you have on. Rains are scant while winters are moderate. If coming in winters as far as weather is concerned just get a pullover or a shawl.

You can get off with shorts and t-shirts and sandals for the most of your travel. Even if you plan to visit some formal places 'smart casuals' is about the formal which Delhi gets.

Women may like to consider buying local 'salwaar kamaeez' (even jeans / pants with a normal shirt is quite ok 'salwar kameez' would help more to merge in with the locals) and may like to avoid over revealing dresses at crowded places like old-city markets and in public transport (buses). However, if someone enjoys being leched at these recommendations are invalid. If you have some special requirements, chances are you would be able to shop for them in Delhi too. So just carry the way you regularly do. If you forget something you can buy here. If there is some really unique requirement you would know better. You get all kind of rolls here. APS is not popular as yet. No beaches here. There are some water parks. You can keep swimming costume. How much space does it take?? Oh I am a proponent of travelling light. 2 pairs of clothes, some toileteries and lots of money. Hah! no Delhi is not expensive unless you want to make it. You can live off as little as 30 USD per day comfortably.

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Surviving in Delhi

by polardabar

Traffic in India (and especially in Delhi) is a thing that will either sharpen your senses & make you jump at every little noise or make you as phlegmatic as a fish! At first I was totally freaked out by driving on the left & I had the feeling we were gonna crash into something every five seconds. But I was also surprised how quickly I got used to it! So now I have a lot of problems here in Croatia actually, always walking on the left, so I often get some strange looks... :) But driving on a six-lane highway between trucks, cars, buses, rickshaws, cows, bulls aso. doesn't fail to change something in you - aaah, naw! :)

Vey nice place, book in advance!!!

by Jontxu about Chor Bizarre

It was a vey nice experience, the atmosphere is good, and you´ll see many locals apart from the tourist groups that go to have dinner or lunch.
We stayed at the hotel, what I would not recommend to anybody, but the restaurant was good, the service and the food, you need to book in advance because is always full.


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