Hotel Malik Continental

Main Road Masoodpur, opp lig flats, vasant kunj, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110
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Public transport to Neemrana

by ihcur

How can one get to Neemrana, relying solely on public transportation?

Re: Public transport to Neemrana

by ladagspa

Hi,

You can take any bus going to Jaipur and get down at Midway. There you can find some local transport (not sure). check the map

http://www.neemranahotels.com/neemrana/

HTH
angchuk

Re: Public transport to Neemrana

by girlie_guy

Take a bus from Delhi and get down at Neemrana Industrial area, on Delhi-jaipur Highway. Nearby landmark is St Margaret Engineering college. Telling you frankly no one reaches there by bus. but you can definintely get there by bus. the fort palace is pretty expensive. let me tell you. and dont go without prior booking. room tariff starts with 200$ a night plus very expensive breakfast and lunch/dinner. but the fort is really worth seeing. they arrange very entertaining programs in the night plus there are lot ot see there. you can even trek to the step-well underground.

Travel Tips for Delhi

Telephone number of Embassies in New Delhi, India

by 37SingleMaleInDubai1

When travelling to another country its much better to have the contact detail of the embassy/consulate of your native country with you, even have it handy in case you need to contact them for any reason!! Hopefully you wouldn't need it and will leave India with good memories :-) Here is a contact detail of some of them in New Delhi, the information was accurate at the time of posting!!
All numbers in this list are New Delhi area code prefix (011)
If dialing from abroad prefix the number with country code +91-11+Embassy telephone number:

LAOS
Embassy of the Lao People s Democratic Republic

A-104/7, Parmanand Estate,
Maharani Bagh,
New Delhi-110065

Telephone: +91-11-41327352 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting +91-11-41327352 end_of_the_skype_highlighting

Fax: +91-11-41327353

LEBANON
Embassy of Lebanon

H1, Anand Niketan
New Delhi-110021

Telephone: +91-11-2411 0919 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting +91-11-2411 0919 end_of_the_skype_highlighting, 2411-1415

Fax: +91-11-2411-0818

LIBYA
Peoples Bureau of the Greate Socialist Peoples Libyan Arab Jamahiriya

22, Golf Links
New Delhi-110003

Telephone: +91-11-2469 7717 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting +91-11-2469 7717 end_of_the_skype_highlighting, 2469 7771

Fax: +91-11-2463 3005

Telex: 31-65193 LIBY IN

LUXEMBOURG
Embassy of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg

730. Gadaipur Road
Branch Post Office
Gadaipur

Telephone: +91-11-26801954 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting +91-11-26801954 end_of_the_skype_highlighting, 2680 1966

Fax: +91-11-26801971

Web: www.luxembourgindia.org (External website that opens in a new window)

what you shouldn't forget

by call_me_rhia

comfortable light clothes... it's really hot and humid most of the year - very humid in August. If you are going to visit a mosque, bring something other than thank tops and shorts/miniskirts imodium: chances are high that you are going to need it - no matter how careful you are about what you eat bring a scarf or something to cover your head in case you visit a sikh temple

Nehru Museum & Planetorium

by RAJASTHANBYCAR

The residence of Late Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of India was converted into a museum after his death. The museum is a fascinating place to learn about the history of the Independence Movement. There are several photographs of the erstwhile Prime Minister, giving an account of his life. Besides this, the colonial building is also equally interesting, with its teak paneled rooms with high ceilings, spacious verandas and well kept gardens.

Nehru Museum was once used to be the official residence of the Commander-in-Chief of the British forces in India before independence. After the departure of the last Commander-in-Chief, it became the official residence of the first Prime Minister of India, Jawaharlal Nehru. Nehru lived here for 16 years until his death on May 27, 1964. Soon after his death the Government of India decided that Teen Murti House should be dedicated to his memory and should house a museum and a library.

The only way to travel

by zweiblumen

You can NOT visit Delhi without experiencing a Rickshaw ride .. you'd be a fool to miss out on this! It's the maddest ride in the maddest city and it only costs peanuts. Rickshaws can be found all over old Delhi and for short journeys they make perfect sense. The only advice I can give you is to make sure you have fixed a price before you begin your journey.

A disappointment

by NedHopkins about Chor Bizarre

On my first extended trip to India, in 2004, my son and I had an outstanding, non-veg tandoori meal at Chor Bizarre. It was so good I decided to stay at the Hotel Broadway and enjoy its cuisine on all three days of my 2007 Delhi stay.

I was disappointed. The food was adequate, nothing more.

The service was fine and the ambience -- if you can call it that -- is worth a visit even if the meal won't be all that good. Hors d'oeuvres at lunch and dinner -- as well as egg and other dishes at breakfast -- are set atop a 1927 Fiat roadster; a four-poster bed forms one of the tables; and a "staircase to nowhere" rises between those two quirks. Butter Chicken was the better of the two meals I had at Chor Bizarre in 2007 (excluding the complimentary breakfasts). It didn't begin to compare with a similar dish at the Jagat Niwas Palace Hotel in Udaipur.

The tandoori sampler (non-veg) offered meats that were dry and gristly.

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