Hotel Legend International

8525, Hotel Lane, Arakashan Road, Paharganj, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110055,
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places to rent

by kip2000

I am likely moving to New Delhi for 2 or 3 years and wondering where folks recommend living? Is there preferred areas of New Dehli?

Re: places to rent

by ecotourist_new

Depends on your budget my friend! Most (outsiders) those who can afford it prefer South Delhi, which has this image of being posh, upmarket, cosmopolitan and alive.
Depending on where your office or place of work will be and how you intend to commute, one can suggest specific locations (with info about the budget and your requirements of course)

Re: places to rent

by Donna_in_India

What is an outsider?

Re: places to rent

by lynnehamman

South Delhi is cleaner, greener, has some lovely homes, and is not far from Connaught Place. It is also near famous Delhi landmarks and has some excellent shoppings centres , restuarants and parks.
If I were lucky enough to be able to live in Delhi- this is the area I would choose. We always stay here when we visit Delhi.

Re: places to rent

by ashisharyan

Well i wuld suggest U to stay in South Delhi as tht the place 2 be...

@donna: well i know U don't like listening to that word but he was referring to plp who are visiting India...

Re: places to rent

by Donna_in_India

Ha ha Ash! Great to see you back on the boards!

Re: places to rent

by ashisharyan

D: The pleasure is all mine....

Travel Tips for New Delhi

The Paharganj (backpackers' street)

by l_joo

This picture is an overall view of the Paharganj Main Bazaar, its a long jampacked street with both sides shops and tourists in within together with billions of Indian peoples. Along the street, there are many small yet narrow alleys, those are interesting and has to be explored. Cheap guesthouses are blended in within, they are not individual hotels, most of the guesthouses were semi-hidden with only a walkway and the lobby are deep inside.

See more and pay less

by oisha

If you have limited time in Delhi and you want to see a lot of places but you can't find a city tour to suit you, consider hiring a taxi for a day. You pay a flat fee for the day, with a certain limit on the kilometers, and you can make your own itinerary. It's cheaper than taking different cabs for each leg, and you breathe less carbon monoxide than in an auto rickshaw.

To get the best price, go to a taxi stand in one of the suburbs of New Delhi where tourists are not commonly found. If possible, ask a local to make the deal for you. If it's hot, pay extra for an air-conditioned cab. You are in little danger of having your itinerary tampered with, as these suburban taxi stands will not have much experience with fleecing tourists. They are mostly used by people whose drivers are off for the day.

My breakfast

by l_joo about My breakfast

My breakfast is quite simple, just a glass of Chai (milk tea) with 2 set of butter toasts and a curry puff, I ate this breakfast in a small miniature restaurant somewhere within the Paharganj, exact location is in a small dark alley of Royal Guesthouse. The restaurant is hidden if you just look from outside, the tables and chairs were hidden inside due to limited spaces, but I believe the restaurant serve one of the best breakfast.

Lotus Temple

by Rupanworld

The Lotus Temple is the Bahai temple in Delhi, India. It is called the Lotus temple because of its lotus-like shape. It is one of the most popular tourist attractions of Delhi. It has a beautiful garden outside where tourists can relax. It was inaugurated in 1986. It is the main Bahai temple of the Indian subcontinent. It is one of the most heavily visited sites in the whole world with 4 million visitors every year. It welcomes visitors irrespective of which religion they belong to. A real beauty indeed. It is one of the most photographed buildings in the world.

TRAIN LOVERS?- NATIONAL RAIL MUSEUM

by lynnehamman

We spent a wonderfully interesting afternoon at this Rail Museum. On entering, one could easily be walking into a huge Railway Shed- there are old Rail carriages and Locomotives lined up- they are all well preserved, and well marked with information.We counted over 30.
Amongst the locomotives are some of the very first ever to ply the country, dating from the mid 19th century.
The carriages were also interesting- some belonged to Royalty- and must have been very ornate and well appointed. One cannot enter these, but a peek through the windows gives a good idea of the opulence of the times.
Also on the grounds is an indoor museum, which has much information and many photographs, detailng the history of tha Railways in India.
The museum has an extensive collection of locomotives. Some of the saloons that are on display and are still in working condition are the Viceregal Dining Car, Prince of Wales Saloon, Maharaja of Mysore's Saloon and Maharaja of Baroda's Saloon. The Fairy Queen is the star attraction in the museum and is the best preserved locomotive.
There were busloads of sweet Indian children lining up (crocodile style) waiting with their teachers to enter.All so well behaved, they were waiting with excitment to have a ride on the miniature train.
This is really an good place to visit, especially for anyone interested in trains. There is a cafe on the premises.

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 Hotel Legend International

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Address: 8525, Hotel Lane, Arakashan Road, Paharganj, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110055,