Saina International

2324 chunamandi, Paharganj, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110055, India
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Cheapest fare from Manila to New Delhi

by NalieNiu

Hi,

My indian friend is getting wed on June 5-6 and sent me his invitation. His wedding will be in Lucknow but said I could fly to New Delhi and will have more transportation options to Lucknow. I am trying to get affordable flights from Manila to New Delhi but all I get were quite expensive..your assistance will be highly appreciated!

Cheers,

Nalie

Re: Cheapest fare from Manila to New Delhi

by Donna_in_India

Hi - I'm not sure what quite expensive is to you is so I can only tell you what I found. Thai arilines seems to have a fare for Rs 26,816 (about US $540 RT), Air India runs a little more RS 29,844 (almost US $600). I don't think either of those is expensive. Once you get to Delhi, you can take one of the economy airlines to Lucknow. Check SpiceJet, GoAir, Indigo. Have a great time at the wedding!

Re: Cheapest fare from Manila to New Delhi

by NalieNiu

Thanks a lot Donna! You are very helpful! :)

Cheers,

Nalie

Re: Cheapest fare from Manila to New Delhi

by NalieNiu

Hi Donna,

I seem to be not getting the Thai airway fare you stated...could u please send me the link.

Cheers,
Nalie

Re: Cheapest fare from Manila to New Delhi

by Donna_in_India

Hi Nalie - check on www.travelocity.co.in - I'm getting the following fares now:

Rs 31,959 into Mumbai (Bombay) You can take the same domestic airlines to Lucknow. Here's the link:

http://www.travelocity.co.in/site/travel/flights/transport-results.html?skin=enin.travelocity.co.in&mondial_auto=true&DPSRT=FA&DPNOC=0&DPNOA=1&DPNOI=0&DPLOC=en_IN&DPNOS=0&DPHSI=0&date_in_month=6&DPXCP=F&DPFSI=0&DPCID=0&DPXAL=F&DPTRT=flights&DPSFT=&DPXTR=F&DPTTT=R&DPXCH=F&DPXMG=F&DPHEI=2&failureURL=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.travelocity.co.in%2Fsite%2Ftravel%2Fflights%2Fflights-search-error.html&DPDAP=manila&DPXIN=F&DPCLS=X&DPPID=5002&date_out_month=6&DPFEI=9&TRANS=ViewTransportationSearchBox%2CdoSearchForTransportation&DPSAC=Z01&date_out_day=3&DPDCC=INR&DPIDT=0001&DP1WF=0&DPFIT=&DPODT=0001&DPAAP=bom&DPAIR=NONE&date_in_day=9&DPDIR=

The fare showing for Delhi is Rs 34,927. The link is:
http://www.travelocity.co.in/site/travel/flights/transport-results.html?skin=enin.travelocity.co.in&mondial_auto=true&DPSRT=FA&DPNOC=0&DPNOA=1&DPNOI=0&DPLOC=en_IN&DPNOS=0&DPHSI=0&date_in_month=6&DPXCP=F&DPFSI=0&DPCID=0&DPXAL=F&DPTRT=flights&DPSFT=&DPXTR=F&DPTTT=R&DPXCH=F&DPXMG=F&DPHEI=2&failureURL=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.travelocity.co.in%2Fsite%2Ftravel%2Fflights%2Fflights-search-error.html&DPDAP=manila&DPXIN=F&DPCLS=X&DPPID=5002&date_out_month=6&DPFEI=9&TRANS=ViewTransportationSearchBox%2CdoSearchForTransportation&DPSAC=Z01&date_out_day=3&DPDCC=INR&DPIDT=0001&DP1WF=0&DPFIT=&DPODT=0001&DPAAP=delhi&DPAIR=NONE&date_in_day=9&DPDIR=

I don't know if you're going to have problems with the links but go to www.travelocity.co.in and put your info in. Let me know if you have any problems. The Delhi fare is a little higher but still seems to be in line with our fares to Singapore, Hong Kong, etc. Good luck!

Re: Cheapest fare from Manila to New Delhi

by NalieNiu

Thanks a lot Donna!

Re: Cheapest fare from Manila to New Delhi

by Swades

Dear you can check www.cleartrip.com..love n smile..vivek

Travel Tips for New Delhi

A little conservative is the word I guess!

by intencity

Dress conservatively and keep your head covered when entering a place of worship. Women’s rights are not as respected as much as the Indian Constitution desires, so avoid wearing shorts in public if you don’t wish to be stared at.
Always ask before taking pictures of people. In most places of worship, photography is forbidden within the building.

tuk tuk!

by Suet

Flag down a tuk tuk (scooter 2 stroke engine) agree a price 1st and then prepare yourself. Horn please! Get the driver to do a tour of the city and see all the beautiful buildings. You can experience the organised chaos that is Indian driving, the noise, the pollution, the cows, if you are lucky you might see an elephant. It's surprising that there are no accidents, but the traffic flows and weaves like water in a stream......

Connaught Place

by Willettsworld

Opened in 1931 and named after the Duke of Connaught, Connaught Place, (which has now, like most things in India, been renamed Rajiv Chowk but is locally known simply as CP), is a series of circular roads around a central park. It was designed by Robert Tor Russell and features archways and colonnades but is showing its age and needs a good coat of white paint. Its a rather confusing place to navigate around and you do end up going round in circles! Its meant to be sectioned in blocks named A, B, C etc but I couldn't see any kind of signs stating these. Its full of high end fashion shops and restaurants plus the usual suspects such as McDonalds, KFC, Pizza Hut and TGI Fridays. Western chain stores such as Woodlands, Dockers, Levi's, Reebok and Nike. The central park area was closed when I first visited Delhi in November 2006 but was open with people stretched out on the grass when I came back in March 2007. I believe it was redesigned and re-opened in December and is closed on Mondays.

National Museum

by Willettsworld

Opened in 1960, the National Museum of India has in its possession over 200,000 works of equisite art, both of Indian and foreign origin covering more than 5,000 years of cultural heritage. The ground floor is where you find most of the artifacts from the Harappan civilisation, Gupta art, bronzes, buddhist art, Indian miniature paintings, Indian scripts and coins and jewellery. The first floor includes artifacts such as manuscripts, coins, Thanjavur paintings and maritime heritage. The second floor includes artifacts such as textiles, copper plates, wood carvings, musical instruments, arms and armour and antiquities from central Asia.

All-in-all this museum is a must see in Delhi and I spent about 2 hours here and still didn't see everything. You're given an audio tour (which is included in the admission price) that lasts about 75 minutes and covers the main masterpieces of the museum. I didn't take any pictures of the exhibits as the camera charges were pretty high but I did take a photo of the temple chariot by the entrance which dates from the 18th-19th century.

Open: 10am-5pm Tues-Sun. Closed Mondays. Admission: Rs300 for foreigners, Rs300 for still camera.

Rashtrapati Bhavan.

by radz

Rashtrapati Bhavan,President Residence&office.Visiters are not allowed inside.
Yes can visit only Durbar Hall, Ashok Hall, the Mughal Gardens,to visit have to apply
deputy Military Secretary to The President :))
..Big task!!!
Mughal Gardens its open for public February and March when flowers are full bloom.
It has exotic and rare flower plants too.

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