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Delhi Markets for Foreigners Hangout

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Delhi markets have witnessed realms and withstood the test of time. Delhi, India’s capital city is home to India’s best markets.

Here we list Delhi’s markets and their specialties, along with where you can stay while there.

Dilli Haat

Shopping in Delhi is incomplete without a trip or two to Dilli Haat. It is an open-air market with handloom stalls, food, footwear, gems, beads, handicrafts and more. remains closed on Mondays.

Where to stay at Pitampura: Hotel Ambrosia New Delhi gives a room for less than $20 a night. A & M Residency gives out a room for $45 for a night with breakfast.

INA market

Food lovers must make a trip to the INA Market. You will get the freshest seafood, meat, spices, vegetables, fruits here. Shopkeepers speak various languages like Japanese, German and French here. You will get rare liquor at INA market and imported things at decent prices.

Where to stay: Woodpecker Apartments & Suites Pvt Ltd gives a room for $41 per night with breakfast, Hamilton Hotel Pvt Ltd near Hauz Khas metro station costs $40 per room for a night.

Janpath Market

Delhites swear by this market. It is abundant with accessories and apparels, cafes and restaurants, décor items and other variety. Many foreign visitors throng this place for the assortment it offers.

Where to stay: Hotel Karlo Kastle offers a room for less than $20 a night. Hotel Alka gives a room for over $60 a night.

Palika Bazaar

Everyone has heard the name. It is an underground air-conditioned market located on the inner circle of Connaught Place. You can shop apparels and electronics, but you need to be careful with electronics. Foreigners loved to hangout in this Delhi markets.

Where to stay: York Hotel gives a room for $65 a night and Pride Continental offers a room for over $65 per night.

Khan Market

Need to spend some moolah? Go to Khan Market, as it is the costliest market in India. You can shop for ethnic apparels, appliances, sports goods, grab some food and beer as well.

Where to stay: Due to the market being an expensive one, the hotels here are also high-end. Ahuja Residency Golf Links gives a room for around $95 a night. The Claridges, a five-star property, will cost around $153 a night for a room.

Chandni Chowk

Buzzing with activities during the day and night, it is Delhi’s most popular and old markets. People flock to this market for cloth, electronics, spices, pearls, chemicals and food. The local food of Delhi comes alive at Chandani Chowk every day.

Where to stay: A room at Hotel Wall City costs about $27 a night and Hotel Bukhara Inn gives a room for $34 per night.

Sarojini Nagar Market

This market is located in the South West of Delhi. The market enjoys the tag of being one of the cleanest Delhi markets. You can shop for apparels and accessories for a cheaper price here. Many youngsters are seen here as it has a variety of trendy things on offer.

Where to stay: Jugaad Hostels gives a bed for less than $12 a night and Vandana’s Bed and Breakfast costs $37 per room for a night.

(c) Anjali Singh Deswal

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