Best Way To Spend An Evening In Delhi

Delhi officially capital of India is a union territory of India. City is spread to 1484 square kilometre. As per the 2011 census more than 11 million people reside in Delhi. It’s a city which will give you a glimpse of entire India. Delhi is a rich city in terms of history and architecture. It has three unesco world heritage sites and many more architecture from the time of mughals. It has some of best shopping markets. It has one of the biggest markets for dry fruits and spices. It has one of the best and profitable metro networks in the world. It is a city which has something for everyone for example you can have accommodation from INR 1000 to INR 100,000 for one night. You can a have meal for INR 50 only or you can spend thousands if you want. Delhi is a city which will not disappoint anyone. It has lot of things to offer you to fall in love with it. Here are I will show you Best Way To Spend An Evening In Delhi.

Best Way To Spend An Evening In Delhi
An Evening in Hauz Khas Village

1. Hauz Khas Village: This is the best place to hang out with your partner or friends from evening to midnight. Place is very much popular among couples and party lover who love to visit pubs and discs. Hauz Khas village is a big complex along with a lake and some ruined monuments from mughal time in India. You will also encounter here so many of deer because of a deer park here along with this complex. If you are visiting this place in evening so you can see a lovely sunset here by sitting with lake. As Sun goes down this place turn into a heaven for party lovers. This place has so many of pubs and discos which turn this place alive in night. Pubs and discos are not very expensive here and offer some really good deal for couples. You will see here so many of love birds spending some time here holding hand of each other or cuddling. You may also encounter some couples going beyond the hug and kisses.

Add: Hauz Khas Village, Deer Park, Hauz Khas, New Delhi, 110016 MAP FB WEBLINK 

Best Way To Spend An Evening In Delhi
Red Fort in Night

2. Light and Sound Show at Red Fort: Every evening except Monday Delhi offer you a spectacular light and sound show at Red Fort. This show is all about Delhi. Show will take to the journey of Delhi in history. You will see the time of Pandavas when Delhi was found and name was Indaraprastha than it will come to British era with short explanation of mughal rule in India. It’s a show which explains you about fall and rise of Delhi with a beautiful use of light and sound on the walls of Red Fort. This is an hour long show in English and Hindi language. Show held in open area so weather can interrupt the show anytime be prepared for that. There is one more option for another light and sound show in Delhi which is at Old Fort. Old Fort is oldest architecture in Delhi it is almost five thousand years old monument. Here you can enjoy one more fabulous light and sound show. This show is about a connection of ancient Delhi with modern Delhi. Show will explain you feature of the fort which was ruled by different rulers and had a great impact of that. It is also an hour long show held in English and Hindi.

Add: Netaji Subhash Marg, Lal Qila, Chandni Chowk, Old Delhi 110006 MAP FB WEBLINK

Best Way To Spend An Evening In Delhi
Old Delhi is full of Cuisines

3. Food Walk of Old Delhi: Old Delhi is the area which was developed by mughal emperor Shahjahan around Red Fort and jama Masjid. Now days old Delhi is best place for non vegetarians you can say it’s a heaven for non vegetarians. As sun say good bye to you and stars start shining in the sky this place becomes a centre of attraction for food lovers. It has some of the oldest and best restaurant for non vegetarian food like Muglai, Indian. You can have options of different cuisine of Chicken, Mutton and Buffalo Meat. Dishes are like Chicken fried Tandoori, Butter Chicken, Roasted Chicken, Chicken Tikka and many more. You can also have Mutton Korma, Mutton Nihari, Mutton Chap and many more. You can also have Kabaab made by Mutton and Buffalo meat. Beside all these foods you can also enjoy some great street food here in old Delhi. One of the famous street foods here is “Shahi Tukda” it is dessert which is made by breads and cream with sugar. Check out best places to visit in old Delhi.

Add: Near Red Fort and Jama Masjid Old Delhi 110006 MAP WEBLINK

Best Way To Spend An Evening In Delhi
Evening view of India Gate

4. A Walk at India Gate: India gate is one of the most popular places in Delhi among families and couples to hang out in the evening or on a rainy day. It is also known as a war memorial. It was built in memory of 82000 soldiers who died in First World War. It was built from 1921 to 1931 in super vision of Mr Edwin Lutyan who design most of New Delhi. Names of died soldiers has been written on the stones of the architecture. It is connected to President House of India by royal way called “Rajpath” which makes it more beautiful and worth visiting. In the evening lots of families comes to India gate with their dinner and enjoy a great time here. You can also have some Indian street food here.  Add: Rajpath Marg, India Gate, New Delhi, 110001 MAP FB WEBLINK

Best Way To Spend An Evening In Delhi
Night out in CP with friends

5. Connaught Place : Connaught place also one of the best places in Delhi to hang out in evening as well it houses so many pubs and discs for couples. Some of the best restaurants also here which can serve you best Dinner. The best thing about Connaught place is that its offers you a lot of variety in everything. Like you can have a meal here starting from USD 02 to more than 100 USD. In terms of shopping also it offers a big range from budget to designer wears. You can also have street food in Connaught Place like Gol Gappa, Bhel Puri, Fire Paan, Milk Shake, Pakode and many more. MAP WEBLINK     Do check out Best Shopping markets in Delhi.

Above are some suggestions only people can have many more options as per their taste.

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Danish Akhtar

Hey, my name is Danish Akhtar and welcome to my website. I have been traveling the world since 2012 and finally decided in October 2015 to make this website to share my experiences around the world. I hope to not only give you tips, tricks and my personal insight for your own travel but save you time and money when you travel next So a little about my story, I was born in Nagina, a small town in Utter Pradesh India. I Passed out from University of Delhi in 2012 and decided that I needed to get some sort of career in that I can travel the world and could earn some smart amount. So that I m here working as assistant manager in a travel company beside that writing my experience of travelling which can help people.

7 comments

Sara Essop

I did the Sound and Light show at The Red Fort and it was amazing. I would highly recommend it too.

    Danish Akhtar

    Thanks Sara…

Julz

Looks awesome. Would love to go to India, have never really had the chance. the Red Fort sounds great!

Brooke

The Red Fort looks lovely lit up at a night-and I’m always a sucker for Indian street food!

Lydia Smith

I’ve never been to India before but I like that every aspect of the country reminds and resonates the Indian Culture and History. I’d love to visit the Red Fort particularly since I’m fascinated with the history and culture of England. The India Gate looks stunning. It’s a nice view.

Ada

Wow I had no idea there is so much to do in Delhi ! I would love to see that light and sound show, it seems so cool! But I think the food walk would be my favourite 😀 I love street food and I bet it’s done very well over there! Thanks for this amazing recommendations!

David

Great tips! I’ve been to Mumbai but I really want to visit Delhi one day. Thanks for this, I’ve saved them down for when I get round to visiting!

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