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Top 9 Places to Visit in Delhi

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Even if it isn’t very engaging, planning a trip by yourself might be more engrossing. Finding the perfect tourist spot that will meet all of your requirements for a vacation requires a lot of work. Once you’ve chosen your destination, you need to do more research to determine the key tourist destinations there.

Bharat Darshan Park Punjabi Bagh

The South MCD of Delhi converted junk into the lovely “Bharat Darshan Park.” This is 8.5 acres in size and was constructed in Punjabi Bagh to realise the waste to wealth idea. The public was allowed access to this park on December 25, 2021. On Saturday, it received the blessing of Union Home Minister Amit Shah.

This park is open from 10:00 a.m. till 10:00 p.m. People will be able to stroll here with their families and kids.

Bharat Darshan Park Ticket Price

  • Individuals above 12 years Rs.150
  • Person above 60 years old 50/-
  • 3 years to 12 years Person for children Rs.50/
  • Free Ticket for children under 3 years
  • Children of MCD Schools Free Ticket

Gurudwara Bangla Sahib Delhi

Hello friends! In today’s blog post, we’ll learn virtually everything there is to know about Delhi’s Sri Gurudwara Bangla Sahib. This Gurudwara is included in the list of Delhi’s major Gurudwaras. Apart from pilgrims, tourists are drawn to this Gurudwara by its architecture and surroundings. Keep reading this blog article till the end as we attempt to learn all there is to know about Gurdwara Sahib.

  • Famous for: Sikhism, Serenity, History.
  • Tickets: No entry fee.
  • Opening Timings: Open all days
  • Duration: 1.5-2 hours.

Delhi Central Vista

A label one, referred to as Delhi’s “heart,” was finished and is located close to Connaught Place. It is expected that Central Vista would represent Delhi, the nation’s capital.

People will like the lakes created in the centre of the surrounding vegetation, the attractive red granite stone paths, the modern street lights, the bollards and strong chains that have become Rajpath’s hallmark.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will formally open it and dedicate it to the people on September 8. These beautification efforts surrounding India Gate, a popular picnic area in Delhi, will be enjoyed by the public.

  •  Famous for: India Gate.
  • Tickets: No entry fee.
  • Opening Timings: Open all days

Delhi NCR, Artificial Zoo Park

The first Natural Trail of Artificial Zoo theme park will be built in Hull, which is close to the Indian capital of Delhi. The building of this park will reflect the 4D idea. where even fake animals will appear to be genuine. These creatures will prowl the park together like genuine animals. They will also have an animal-like voice.

  • Famous for: Artificial Zoo theme park.
  • Ticket Price: 10 Rupees ENTRY FEE
  • Opening Timings: Open all days 

Swaminarayan Akshardham Temple

Akshardham Temple  Delhi city is a city that attracts people. Both culture and religion attract people here.This city is highly known for its lovely tourist attractions. As a result, Delhi’s Akshardham Temple has become a popular tourist attraction. Swaminarayan Mandir is another name for Akshardham Temple.

  • Famous for:Gardens, Religion, Architecture, Peace, Harmony.
  • Tickets:  For Adults (170 INR) , senior citizen (125 INR) , children between 4 to 11yrs (100 INR) and free for children below 4yrs.
  • Opening Timings: Open all days  9:30 am to 6:30 pm & Monday Close.

Lodhi Garden, Delhi – Entry Fee, Timings

Hello everybody. The Lodhi Park, formerly known as Lady Willingdon Park and located in the Indian capital of Delhi, is the topic of today’s blog article. It is famous for housing the graves of Mohammad Shah and Sikandar Lodi. We will provide detailed information on the garden.Will know through post.

  • Famous for: History, Monuments, Gardens, Photography.
  • Tickets:  For Indian Nationals and citizens of the SAARC nations, the entry fee is INR 35. For foreigners, entry is INR 550.
  • Opening Timings: 6: 00 AM to 6: 00 PM Open all days from sunrise to sunset.
  • Duration: 45 mins.

Humayun’s Tomb UNESCO World Heritage Centre

Another UNESCO historic site is Humayun’s Tomb, which is situated in the nation’s capital. Visitors come here from all over the world in droves. The renowned Mughal emperor Humayun’s first wife built the tomb in the garden style. About nine years after the emperor’s passing, his wife Haji Begum gave the order for the tomb’s construction.

  • Famous for: History, Monuments, Gardens, Photography.
  • Tickets: No fee.
  • Opening Timings: Open all days.
  • Duration: 45 mins.

Red Fort Delhi – History, Entry Fee

The Red Fort is a symbol of the Mughal empire in India. The Fort, which was built in 1638, is a beautiful structure that commands your attention and exhibits the splendour of Mughal architecture. Another unique feature of the fort are its 33-meter-high walls.

On Independence Day, a large crowd had gathered at the main gate, Lahore Gate, one of the nation’s emotional and symbolic focal points.

  • Best time to visit: November to February
  • Location: Netaji Subhash Marg
  • Metro Station: Chandni Chowk
  • Weekly holiday: Monday
  • Entry fee: Rs. 35 (Indians), Rs. 500 (foreigners)

Malcha Mahal Haunted Place in New Delhi

Malcha Mahal legend: You guys are aware of this. that Delhi has a similar location. whos ghost stories are well-known. In this blog, I’ll describe a location like that. Amongst Delhi’s most eerie places is Malcha Mahal.

You must now be curious to see this location and learn more about it. At one time, Malcha Mahal served as a hunting lodge for kings and emperors. A set made for mess ups?

  • Opening Time: of Malcha Mahal. 24 hours.
  • Visit Time: Malcha Mahal. 11:00 AM – 8:00 PM.
  • Free: N/A.