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J17 A, Sanik Farm, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110001, India
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Lounge in Delhi Aiport

by liby

Hi can I know if tere is a place in Delhi Dom airport to rest, I am flying from Blr to Delhi and have next flight to Guhati after 4 hrs, cant go out want to relax, have a drink and food............

Re: Lounge in Delhi Aiport

by lynnehamman

There are lounges and rest-spots, and also coffee shops & restuarant at Delhi domestic airport

Re: Lounge in Delhi Aiport

by gurjitwadhwa

there are lounges available, incase ur travelling by Kingfisher or JetAirways, u'd enjoy even more coz, they have their own private lounges available, else u may still avail superb facilites from the delhi airport, u may avail assistance near the arrival belts reception

there is also a spa available now, it's the best place to relax

Re: Lounge in Delhi Aiport

by NatureTraveller

You can visit - Plaza Premium Lounge.The world's first "Pay-In Lounge" open to all classes of travelers. The lounge is in Departure Terminal 1D, after the Security hold. The lounge hosts a whole lot of facilities including food and beverage, Internet Access with a comfortable seating area. Bar and Massage Services are optional.

Travel Tips for New Delhi

Remembrance of Things Past

by joidevivre

Around 25 odd years of living in a city would produce nostalgia by the bagfuls and every nook of the city has provided me favourite things to do or see. I honestly don't know if that would be useful to a casual tourist.
Well for starters, the city does have quite a few lovely public parks. And for a Central Park equivalent (not in dimensions, but in the way people use it) try the Lodi Gardens. The walks are very pleasant and you see some of the oldest extant buildings (mausoleums). The rain. Believe me, you'll crave it too, if you are subjected to the Southern California winter drizzle monotone.


by radz about Crafts museum shop.

This shop is inside the National Handicrafts&Handlooms Museum.They have great collection of interesting souvenirs.
One section for books about India.
Rajasthan dolls are cute,they can be used as wall hanging.....Many items to choose.

The food of the Mughal emperors!

by intencity about Karims.

“Karims”, near Jama Masjid serves excellent Mughlai fare, their biryanis, nans meat curries and kebabs are the best – highly reco’d. Mutton/Chicken Biryani --- a plate full of flavoured rice cooked with chunks of meat. Side dishes needed. Try a ‘korma’.

Monuments.......Qutab Minar

by mantru

Delhi is famous for its architecture as well you can visit the Qutub minar-
Qutub Minar is the tallest brick minaret in the world, and an important example of Indo-Islamic Architecture. The tower is in the Qutb complex in South Delhi, India. The Qutb Minar and its monuments are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The Qutub Minar is 72.5 metres high (237.8 ft) and requires 399 steps to get to the top, although it had not been possible for visitors to ascend the tower for some years, due to safety reasons (mainly due to the stampede tragedy) ,but now the visitors can reach the top of the tower by paying a fees of 500 INR or about 12$. The diameter of the base is 14.3 metres wide while the top floor measures 2.75 metres in diameter.

Inspired by the Minaret of Jam in Afghanistan and wishing to surpass it, Qutb-ud-din Aybak, the first Muslim ruler of Delhi, commenced construction of the Qutub Minar in 1193; but could only complete its basement. His successor, Iltutmish, added three more stories and, in 1368, Firuz Shah Tughluq constructed the fifth and the last story

Connaught Place [CP]

by ukirsari

It was an imperial plaza named after Duke of Connaught, an uncle of King George V. The architect is Robert Tor Russell, built in 1931 and using Palladian style with English terrace of Cheltenham and Bath. The pillars still mirroring how cool Connaught Place ~or shorted as CP ~ in the past and now here are many offices, banking offices and shops in the central circle. Then outer are kiosks, souvenirs, book stores, resto and travel agents. Next to CP is Odeon and at the front is PVR Plaza which showing the latest Hindi [and foreign] movies.


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