Top 5 Offbeat Things To Do in Delhi

In the heart of the nation- Delhi lies unprecedented historical marvels and centuries-old amalgamation of culture, literature, and food. Delhi has been the object of fascination of many dynasties of rulers for centuries. Such is the charm of Delhi, that till today, it is the capital of India. Every year Delhi is flocked by tourists and admirers all over the world. Mentioned below are a few unusual things you can do it Delhi.


Spice Market
The largest spice market of Asia - Khari Baoli is a must stop destination when visiting Delhi. This market concentrated on the Khari Baoli road near the historical Red Fort has been operating since the 17th century. Spices and condiments of various types are found here. Take a walk down this market on your next visit to Delhi and take a handful of flavour home with you!

Autorickshaw in New Delhi 2005

Explore Delhi on a Rickshaw
Technology may have propelled us to the Moon, yet the happiness of a rickshaw ride is always unmatched. Ditch your regular car on your trip to Delhi and explore the winding lanes of old Delhi on a colourfully decorated rickshaw. The stories and legends that you can gather from the rickshaw puller is an added bonus. 

Window Shopping

Prevent your shopping spree from burning a hole in your pocket with Delhi's own version of malls. Sarojini Nagar, Chandni Chowk are some of the most popular shopping destinations in Delhi. Here you can find clothes, jewelry, shoes, etc at very cheap prices. If you are lucky enough, you can score a few branded cloths at an unbelievably low price. Since these markets prefer payments over cash, take a bunch with you! 

Levi s store at Rajiv Chowk

Street Food Adventure

Gastronomy is the greatest form of therapy in Delhi! Delicious dishes of various kinds and origins flock the streets of Delhi. From luxurious restaurants serving exotic cuisines to the street hawkers lining almost every street, there is no dearth of adventure anywhere. Some of the famous places to visit in Delhi for food is Little Tibet and Paranthe Wali Gali. The food there is a mixture of traditional and contemporary and is made for the most discerning of palates. 


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Feed your soul

The greatest contribution we can make to this earth is kindness. Feed your soul a little TLC by volunteering at Gurudwara Bangla Sahib Kitchen. This Gurudwara feeds hundreds of devotees on a daily basis. Make your contribution by volunteering to cook, clean or help out in any way you can! Another great way to connect with your spiritual side is to listen to Qawwalis at Nizamuddin Dargah.

You can do all these and more at Delhi. On your next trip to Delhi stay at the Hotel Southern, Karol Bagh, New Delhi - our hotel near the New Delhi Railway Station. We are located just 3 kilometres away from New Delhi Railway Station, around 20 Kilometers from the airport, and 5 minutes walk to Jhandelwalan Metro Station. We strive to provide unmatched services to create loyal, satisfied customers.