Delhi

Travel Guide
Presidential Palace featuring a square or plaza and a castle

Welcome to New Delhi, the vibrant heart of India, where a rich cultural fabric includes markets, spiritual temples and architecture that blends a mix of historic styles.

Explore the network of frenzied and constantly moving streets of New Delhi, India’s historic capital. Walk tree-lined boulevards and learn about the tumultuous past that saw the city destroyed and reincarnated several times. The result is an eclectic mix of government buildings and architectural styles from throughout the ages.

Qutab Minar exemplifies New Delhi’s mixed heritage, having been built by Muslim leaders in 1193. Its legend states that it was built on the ashes of 27 destroyed Hindu temples. A short car trip away can land you at the Presidential Palace (Rashtrapati Bhavan), which combines British and Indian architecture from an era of colonial rule.

Stop often at the city’s many Mughal gardens for a breath of fresh air. These manicured parklands feature Islamic and Persian-influenced designs, spotted with fountains, pools and canals. Humayun’s Tomb is a stunning showcase of Mughal-style landscaping. Explore a carefully planned garden, split into square lawns by walkways and waterways that represent the rivers of Islamic paradise.

Enjoy New Delhi’s diverse spiritual heritage at one of many temples around the city. Learn about anamorphic and multi-limbed gods at the Swaminarayan Akshardham, the world’s largest Hindu temple. Across the city, carvings on the façade of the Birla Mandir Temple depict harrowing tales of Hindu mythology. After a visit, explore the commercial heart of the city, Connaught Place, where markets, shops, restaurants and cafés cater to hungry and curious travellers.

One of New Delhi’s most popular draws is its spiritual retreats. Learn about traditional worship or observe devotees praying at the ISKCON Temple. Join an “ohm” chant, salute the sun and then revitalize your body with a vegetarian meal within this complex.

Visit New Delhi between September and March, when you can avoid extraordinarily hot summers and drenched monsoon months. Get around the city cheaply using rickshaws and taxis; though expect traffic jams, especially when sacred cows choose to wander the streets.

Welcome to New Delhi, the vibrant heart of India, where a rich cultural fabric includes markets, spiritual temples and architecture that blends a mix of historic styles. 

Explore the network of frenzied and constantly moving streets of New Delhi, India’s historic capital. Walk tree-lined boulevards and learn about the tumultuous past that saw the city destroyed and reincarnated several times. The result is an eclectic mix of government buildings and architectural styles from throughout the ages.

Qutab Minar exemplifies New Delhi’s mixed heritage, having been built by Muslim leaders in 1193. Its legend states that it was built on the ashes of 27 destroyed Hindu temples. A short car trip away can land you at the Presidential Palace (Rashtrapati Bhavan), which combines British and Indian architecture from an era of colonial rule.

Stop often at the city’s many Mughal gardens for a breath of fresh air. These manicured parklands feature Islamic and Persian-influenced designs, spotted with fountains, pools and canals. Humayun’s Tomb is a stunning showcase of Mughal-style landscaping. Explore a carefully planned garden, split into square lawns by walkways and waterways that represent the rivers of Islamic paradise.

Enjoy New Delhi’s diverse spiritual heritage at one of many temples around the city. Learn about anamorphic and multi-limbed gods at the Swaminarayan Akshardham, the world’s largest Hindu temple. Across the city, carvings on the façade of the Birla Mandir Temple depict harrowing tales of Hindu mythology. After a visit, explore the commercial heart of the city, Connaught Place, where markets, shops, restaurants and cafés cater to hungry and curious travellers.

One of New Delhi’s most popular draws is its spiritual retreats. Learn about traditional worship or observe devotees praying at the ISKCON Temple. Join an “ohm” chant, salute the sun and then revitalize your body with a vegetarian meal within this complex. 

Visit New Delhi between September and March, when you can avoid extraordinarily hot summers and drenched monsoon months. Get around the city cheaply using rickshaws and taxis though expect traffic jams, especially when sacred cows choose to wander the streets.

Where to stay in Delhi

ibis New Delhi Aerocity Hotel
ibis New Delhi Aerocity Hotel
3 out of 5
Asset No 9, Hospitality District, Delhi Aerocity, New Delhi, Delhi N.C.R, 110037
The price is NT$1,903 per night from Jul 6 to Jul 7
Stay at this 3-star business-friendly hotel in New Delhi. Enjoy free WiFi, free parking, and breakfast. Our guests praise the breakfast and the helpful staff ...
3.8/5 Good! (981 reviews)
"Great for long airport transit stay"

Reviewed on 2022/6/8

ibis New Delhi Aerocity Hotel
Holiday Inn New Delhi International Airport, an IHG Hotel
Holiday Inn New Delhi International Airport, an IHG Hotel
5 out of 5
Asset Area 12, Hospitality District, Aero City, New Delhi, Delhi N.C.R, 110037
Fully refundable
The price is NT$2,104 per night from Jul 26 to Jul 27
Stay at this 5-star luxury hotel in New Delhi. Enjoy free WiFi, free parking, and a full-service spa. Our guests praise the breakfast and the helpful staff in ...
4.3/5 Excellent! (970 reviews)
"Very nice and convenient"

Reviewed on 2022/6/21

Holiday Inn New Delhi International Airport, an IHG Hotel
Aloft New Delhi Aerocity
Aloft New Delhi Aerocity
5 out of 5
Asset No 5B, Aerocity, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110037
The price is NT$2,201 per night from Jun 26 to Jun 27
Stay at this 5-star luxury hotel in New Delhi. Enjoy free WiFi, free parking, and 2 restaurants. Our guests praise the helpful staff and the spacious rooms in ...
4.3/5 Excellent! (355 reviews)
"It was really nice to be there and the staff is also very helpful.looking forward to stay there again"

Reviewed on 2022/6/8

Aloft New Delhi Aerocity
Lowest nightly price found within the past 24 hours based on a 1 night stay for 2 adults. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.
Enkay Residency V Block
Enkay Residency V Block
3 out of 5
V-39/18 & 19, DLF Phase 3, Sector 24, Gurugram, Haryana, 122001
The price is NT$1,157 per night from Jul 16 to Jul 17
Stay at this 3-star aparthotel in Gurugram. Enjoy free WiFi, free parking, and breakfast. Our guests praise the helpful staff and the spacious rooms in our reviews. ...
3.8/5 Good! (4 reviews)
"They refused to give me the room , I had to Rome around Gurugram from puller to post to find myself other accomadation"

Reviewed on 2020/1/23

Enkay Residency V Block
Savoy Suites Noida
Savoy Suites Noida
3.5 out of 5
A -79A, Sector 16, Noida, Uttar Pradesh, 201301
The price is NT$1,954 per night from Jul 5 to Jul 6
Stay at this 3.5-star business-friendly aparthotel in Noida. Enjoy free WiFi, free parking, and room service. Popular attractions India Gate and Noida Film City ...
Savoy Suites Noida
Nice Boutique Guest House In South Delhi Near Aiims,nift,srifort
Nice Boutique Guest House In South Delhi Near Aiims,nift,srifort
New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi
The price is NT$1,187 per night from Jul 16 to Jul 17
Stay at this villa in New Delhi. Enjoy free WiFi, 10 bathrooms, and 9 bedrooms. Popular attractions India Gate and Lajpat Nagar Central Market are located nearby. ...
Nice Boutique Guest House In South Delhi Near Aiims,nift,srifort
Lowest nightly price found within the past 24 hours based on a 1 night stay for 2 adults. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.

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