Perhaps, you will like New Delhi's ambiance and lifestyle so that you do not want to leave. New Delhi is unusual; it is like a Bermuda Triangle, different and cute at each side, impressive in a variety of juxtapositions, modern to bygone, wealthy to poor and beautiful to almost ugly.
New Delhi holidays should include a visit to Hazrut Nizamuddin Aulin, one of the holiest Muslim pilgrimages in India. Hazrut Nizamuddin Aulin is a tomb of the saint Sheikh Nezamuddin Aulia and his succeeding generations, built in 1325 and further extended during the following two centuries.
A visit to Humayun's Tomb is another must for New Delhi holidays. This tomb, built for the second Mughai emperor, is a masterpiece of ancient architecture. Set in serene surroundings of beautiful gardens, the tomb is an artistic combination of red sandstone and white marble, complemented by the remarkable symmetry and scale, used by the Mughal empire architects.
Enjoy peculiarities of Indian shopping during your New Delhi holidays. The exceptional place for it is the Chandni Chowk, a bright shopping bazaar and actually a giant marketplace, spreading along the main street of old Delhi. Here you can buy everything from electronic products, watches and clocks to traditional Indian goods and tourist trinkets.
Exploring New Delhi restaurants is a top activity for a New Delhi vacationer. Many New Delhi restaurants are stylish and romantic and serve a variety of international cuisines. Many famous restaurants are located right at the hotels; hence, there will be no need to go out for dining if you stay at the Oberoi Maidens, Hyatt Regency or Maurya Sheraton.
Baan Thai at the Oberoi serves authentic Thai cuisine and when it comes to seafood, you will experience an unusual pleasure for all senses. Light desserts are melting in your mouth, delighting you with faint coconut and pandanus flavors. Fine wines make you feel all shades of exotic meals.
The Maurya Sheraton's Bukhara is a flagship of international cuisine in New Delhi. Particularly, the hotel is proud that Bill Clinton chose the Mauria Sheraton due to the restaurant and Putin dined here several times a day. The menu contains everything to delight each taste and everyone's palate.
And certainly view the Sound and Light Show at Purana Quila, which highlights the history of India's capital. The show is captivating and relaxing experience for the whole family, and it will bring you back to the ages, when Delhi enjoyed its majestic and imperial past. Better and more exciting than a visit to any historic museum.