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14, Sunder Nagar, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110 003, India
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New Delhi airport congestions?

by WojtekD

Hi Globies
I plan my next voyage. Is this true (what agent said) that you need minimum 4 hours to get from international flight to domestic one in New Delhi airport? That's what the agents have in their system... I went through this limit buying two separate tickets. I will have 2 hours 20 minutes for change - is this enough? Any suggestions?

Re: New Delhi airport congestions?

by rachit_aggarwal

Hi Wotjtek. It is good to know that you will be visiting India soon. Although congestion is there at International Airport but Domestic and International airports are not too far from each other. Also, Domestic flights accept check-in till last moment as well. Would recommend to hire a taxi (pre-paid) from International airport, which you can find very easily and would cost Rs 200-300 at the most. Only risk is delays in flight landing, immigration queue and worst of all baggage delays on belt. You can try few Indian websites to see alternative flights, since booking systems usuaaly do not show budget airlines and you might find a flight matching time of 4 hours.

Re: New Delhi airport congestions?

by ghajela

The information given to you the not largely correct. The distance is not much between the domestic and international airport. The ideal transit time is 30 minutes however you can take as 1 hour maximum. I would recommend you to take the prepaid taxi as the mode of transit.

Ideally you should have 30-40 minutes before check-in at the domestic flight. If your international flight gets delayed then try the Tele-Check-in from the airport itself.

Have a great trip at India

Travel Tips for New Delhi

Water, food you are accustomed to

by OSV_Alero

Pack food and water, because 50% of the people that visit end up sick. Opened toe sandels will get your feet very dirty, and you stand the chance of diseases if you get cut. Bring soft toliet paper, because the bathrooms in India tend to use stuff that feels like wood. Film is easy to get, and not very expensive, so no need to pack it, just make sure you know the price of film before going, so you know what to negotiate for as a price. Food, water, food, water. Don't forget to pack some. Though you can buy bottled water, it tastes kinda funny. Like drinking tap water in LA.


by radz

To sight seeing Delhi Delhi tourism gives one day tours.
One day Agra trip,Departure daily expect Monday.Return 10pm.
Tarrif :Non-AC Rs 630.A/c 700/
Plz check there website for more trips.
Other local tours.
Delhi city tour-9am-6.30pm
by ac coach:RS200/
Delhi by night tour:RS120/
more details..

Ofcourse many travelles are here,but i used this tours for friends.So all said good&cheap..

Lotus Temple

by Hind_S

The Lotus Temple is an architectural gem. It is a temple of the Bahai faith, which welcomes people of all religions to meditate or just have a look inside.

Its a gleaming white building built to resemble the lotus flower, India's national flower. It sits atop a little hill surrounded by beautifully landscaped gardens and some interesting views, the nicest of some beautiful hindu temples in the distance.

I would have loved to take some photos of the interior, but it isn't allowed. As you approach the building you are given instructions in your language to be quiet inside, turn off your phones and not take pictures.

The interior is just one big hall with rows of benches. The temple is also flanked by some reflective pools on the exterior, which you should climb down to to get some great views of the temple.

-No shoes inside. You are provided with a bag and instructed to take your shoes to a a clean and efficient shoe storage before entering.
-No entrance fee
-Closed on Mondays

Qutab Minar

by Rupanworld

Qutub Minar is the world's tallest brick structure. It is 72 meters high (237.8 ft) and has 379 steps leading to the top. However, the entrance is now closed due to the risk involved in climbing the steps. The base diameter is 14.3 meters and the top diameter is 2.75 meters. It has five storeys. It is inspired by the design of the Minaret of Jam in Afghanistan and the attempt was to make it taller. The construction of this tower was started in 1193 under the orders of India's first Muslim ruler from the slave dynasty Qutub-ud-din Aibak. However he died after completing only the first storey. The next three storeys were completed by his successor Iltutmish while the topmost storey of the minaret was completed in 1386 by Firuz Shah Tughluq. The difference of the kings constructing the minaret is reflected in the difference in design of the various storeys.

The entire complex consists of a number of ancient and medieval structures and ruins and is collectively known as Qutub complex. The Qutub complex is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a very popular tourist destinations in Delhi.

There is a controversy as to whether the minaret was named after Qutub-ud-din Aibak who commenced its construction or after Qutub-uddin Bakhtiar Kaki, the saint from Baghdad who came to live in India and was greatly respected by Iltutmish.

Chhatarpur Temple

by radz

This temple complex is 5 km from Quitab minar.Main temple is for goddess Durga,"Navarathri" is celeberated big way here

It big temple complex,can see temples represents South Indian style of architecture&North.
All gods Shiva, Vishnu, Lakshmi or Ganesh in adjoining temples.
Its now become one of must see around Delhi.


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