Tips & Tricks
Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium – named after the country’s first prime minister, this is a 60,000-seat outdoor arena that holds various sporting events (such as football) and concerts (where as many as 100,000 spectators are housed here). Along with football games and cricket matches, this venue hosted the XIX Commonwealth Games in 2010. .
Mumbai (city) – this major Indian city, which faces the Indian Ocean and is a 10-hours’ drive north of Goa, was once known as Bombay. Among other things, Mumbai (whose population is 18 million) is the heart of the Hindi-language dominated Bollywood film industry, and is the second largest metropolis in India. Mumbai is also […]
Siri Fort Sports Complex (August Kranti Marg, Khel Gaon, New Delhi, Delhi) – for those who want to play tennis while visiting Delhi, this is a good start (since tennis is popular in India). This sports complex is equipped with 12 courts, 3 of which are clay surface and 9 are hard courts. They need […]
Kingdom of Dreams (Auditorium Complex, Sector 29, Gurgaon) — the ultimate entertainment and leisure destination, sprawling across acres of land, ideally located at the apex of the golden triangle of Jaipur, Agra and Delhi, is the magnificent Kingdom of Dreams. Here, the carnival that is India is distilled into one iconic destination. This fabulous Kingdom […]
National Zoological Park (Mathura Road, Sundar Nagar, New Delhi, Delhi) — located in close proximity to Purana Qila, near ITO, the Delhi zoo was established in 1959. Spread over a massive area of 214 acres, it is regarded as one of the finest zoos in Asia. Efforts have been made to provide an almost natural […]
Hauz Khas Complex (Delhi) — one of the most elegant structures in the architectural history of Delhi, the Hauz Khas Fort Complex nestles amidst beautiful landscapes and tranquil ambiance. Enclosed by immense greenery and the splendid beauty of a lake, it is a popular hangout-zone amongst youngsters. The place also encloses a Deer Park, a […]