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4 Offbeat and Serene Places to Visit in Delhi

by HappyEasy Go consultant

Delhi, the heart of India has some amazing offbeat places for visitors wanting to take the Bangalore to Delhi flight to visit apart from the regular places such as the India Gate, Red Fort etc, and for accommodation, there are several budget-friendly to expensive hotels in Delhi, which you can book through an online portal like happyeasygo. 


Most of them use the city just as a transit point to get to other places in India, not realizing that the city has some amazing but less travelled places for one to visit. In today’s blog, we will be looking at some of the most astounding offbeat places full of serenity amid Delhi’s road full of mad-rush and disorganized traffic. So, let’s get started.


Kingdom of Dreams


It is India’s foremost destination for theatre, leisure and live entertainment. Situated in Gurugram, it is an awe-inspiring structure that flickers cheerfully in the area. For visitors visiting the place, it offers them a taste of contemporary and modern India through the various interactive tableaus, arts and galleries present there. 


The Culture Gully inside the kingdom of dreams is India’s first-ever skydome that has stalls that captures the culture of fourteen different states with local fine arts, cuisines and street arts. The place also hosts two international level theatres and cutting-edge state-of-the-art technology which can transport the visitors into a mystical and memorable journey of varied culture, lifestyle, and traditions of various parts of India.


Hauz Khas Village


During the medieval period, the Hauz Khas village was famous for the impressive buildings constructed around a reservoir. These settings attracted a huge gathering of Islamic scholars and students to the Madrasa for Islamic education. As of now, some of India’s most prestigious institutes such as the IIT, AIIMS, and IIFT are located around this place.  The Hauz Khas village has still maintained its old charm, with added perfectly manicured green parks and residential complexes which has emerged around this old village. The reservoir in the village has been reduced in size and has been enhanced by transforming it into water fountains. The old village structure has been modernized and now projects a serene and upgraded version of itself that attracts tourists all over the globe.


Agarsenki Baoli


Situated in Connaught Place, and surrounded by numerous commercial buildings, this historic Baoli i.e. stepwell is one of the quietest and peaceful places in Delhi. It is located in the heart of Delhi, and despite this, it is not crowded like other monuments. The walls of this stepwell are simple and made up of yellow-brown sandstone. It was an important source of water in the early times, but now the bottom of the stepwell is not clean. It is built in three levels, and there are stairs to go down till the bottom of the stepwell. It came into the limelight due to its presence in numerous Hindi movies and is one of the best offbeat places to visit.


Khari Baoli


Situated in old Delhi, this place is immensely popular and is best known for Asia’s biggest market for wholesale spices. The Khari Baoli market is close to the Fatehpuri Masjid of the Chandni Chowk, which is a popular mosque in the area. The Khari Baoli is a long street in old Delhi and locals, foodies, as well as tourists, know this place very well. This market is very old and came into existence around the same time as Red Fort, Chandni Chowk and other major places. This market is loaded with almost all varieties of spices, herbs, rice, pulses, tea and many other food items. So, one must visit this popular place to explore, taste and purchase different varieties of spices of this immensely popular market.


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