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    The Great India Place Mall

    One of the largest shopping malls in India. Part of the larger Entertainment City amusement park, the mall houses a variety of retail outlets including international brands.

    Akshardham Temple

    A magnificent Hindu shrine situated on the banks of River Yamuna, in the eastern region of New Delhi.

    India Gate

    Here is where the war memorial arch – the India Gate – was built by the British in honour of the unknown martyrs who lost their lives in WWI and in the Second Afghan War.

    Qutab Minar

    A soaring 73 metre-high tower of victory built after the defeat of Delhi's last Hindu kingdom where India’s first mosque was built.

    Humayun Tomb

    This magnificent garden tomb is the first substantial example of Mughal architecture in India.

    Red Fort

    The red sandstone walls of this massive fort rise 33 metres above the glamour of Old Delhi as a reminder of the power and pomp of the Mughal emperors.


    The cremation site of Mahatma Gandhi is one of the most visited sites in New Delhi.

    Rashtrapati Bhawan

    Formerly known as ‘Viceroy’s House’ and occupied by the Governor General of India until independence.


    An Irish bar that serves hearty portions of gourmet snacks and a rare selection of the finest malts, ales and cigars.


    Centrally located in the business district of New Delhi, this is primarily a casual dining outlet.


    The bar mixologists, in uniforms styled by Rohit Bal, create old favourites and novel drinks like Rose martinis, Love Junk and seasonal fruit margaritas.

    The Zoo

    An eclectic bar that is the brainchild of well-known Delhi models Sapna Kumar and Michelle Innes, The Zoo is furnished with vintage sofas, faux snakeskin-printed walls and bar stools with paw-shaped legs.

    Golf Bar

    Big leather couches and armchairs make this a cozy bar reminiscent of an English country club, with the best wines, whiskies, spirits and cigars from all over the world on its menu.


    Awarded The Best Nightclub / Discotheque of 2012 by Times Food & Nightlife, Shroom is one of the hippest clubs in New Delhi with its edible cocktails, fluid dishes and form-free sound.


    Situated in a 100-year-old traveller’s inn and conceived by music lovers, musicians from India and around the world perform six nights a week here, in this place that is famous for its acoustic excellence.

    Island Bar

    This bar is a wine connoisseur’s delight, offering Delhi’s most extensive selection of wines and spirits.

    Garden of Five Senses

    More than just a park, it is the answer to the city’s need for leisure space for the public and the venue for a host of activities.

    National Zoological Gardens

    Popular with families and couples, India’s biggest zoo is set in 86 hectares of wide, expansive land.

    Bird Hospital

    At the eastern end of Chandni Chowk is the 16th-century Digambara Jain Temple which houses this fascinating bird hospital run by the Jains, who believe in the preservation of all life.

    Dum Pukht

    Recently named “Best Restaurant in India” in the S. Pellegrino and Acqua Panna list of Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants, Dum Pukht serves slow-cooked kebabs and biryanis in an extravagant dining room.


    A favourite with locals and tourists, it offers a simple, no-frills, authentic dining experience, serving popular local dishes such as kebabs and tandoori chicken.

    Indian Accent

    Housed in a small boutique hotel, this is an innovative restaurant where local foods are fused with contemporary international cuisine in new and unexpected ways.

    Moti Mahal

    Founded in 1947 shortly after India’s independence, this is a great place to sample North Indian delicacies.


    Another S. Pellegrino and Acqua Panna’s 50 Best Asian Restaurants, Bukhara serves its famous kebabs in a dining room of clay tiles and bare wood, and dishes appear without cutlery but with bibs.

    Punjabi by Nature

    Specialising in Punjabi cuisine, its most famous dish is vodka golgappas - a twist on the popular street snack of puri, chutney, chickpeas, potatoes and onions, but with the usual flavoured water in the filling replaced with spiced vodka.

    Spice Route

    Intricately designed to reflect the eastward journey of spices from Kerala, through Sri Lanka, Burma and Thailand to Vietnam, Spice Route has a menu of correspondingly pan-Asian cuisine.


    Located in The Sheraton, New Delhi, it serves a wide variety of foods from southern India, and its southern Indian authenticity extends even to the art on its walls. 


    Another San Pellegrino and Acqua Panna's 50 Best Restaurants in Asia, it blends traditional Indian street food with modern expertise and experimentation.

    Park Balluchi

    Located in the middle of Deer Park, it affords diners stunning views and opportunities to observe local wildlife within its glass-walled restaurant that serves Mughlai and Afghan barbecue dishes.

    Dilli Haat

    The market offers an exciting blend of handicrafts from all over India, food, as well as cultural performances and concerts.

    Janpath and Tibetan Market

    You’ll find goods from India and Tibet here, but you’ll also need bargaining skills to get things at a really low price.

    Khan Market

    A well-established market that is one of Delhi's classiest with its branded outlets.


    Some of the best bargain shopping in Delhi can be found at this Main Bazaar of the Paharganj traveler ghetto.

    Chandni Chowk

    Exploring the winding, narrow alleyways of Chandni Chowk is an adventure not to be missed, as you scout for fabrics, electronic goods, silver jewellery and Delhi street food.

    Sarojini Nagar

    This market is well-known for its very factory-outlet designer clothes.

    Lajpat Nagar (Central Market)

    The hectic Lajpat Nagar market is one of the oldest markets in India and is abuzz with middle-class Indian shoppers for clothing, accessories and home furnishings.

    Sunder Nagar

    This quaint market attracts rich Indian socialites because of its art and antique shops.

    National Art Gallery of Modern Art

    One of India's major art galleries, it houses an excellent collection of works by both Indian and colonial artists dating from 1850.

    Art Heritage

    The gallery holds regular exhibitions throughout the year of some of the most well-known artists in India.

    Art Today

    It hosts collections of well-known artists and its exhibitions are often commercially high profile ones.

    Dhoomimal Art Gallery

    One of the oldest commercial galleries in India, it runs regular shows from a wide variety of artists.

    The Village Gallery

    Hosting innovative exhibitions in graphic design, drawings and sketches, avant-garde art lovers will not want to miss this.

    Archeological Museum

    Situated in the Red Fort, this museum has artifacts dated from 1000 BC to the Mauryan and Mughal dynasties.

    National Museum

    The relics of the Indus Valley and treasures of the Silk Road in Central Asia are its most precious possessions.

    National Museum of Natural History

    The museum comprises three separate galleries that house botanical, geological and zoological exhibitions, with an emphasis on wildlife conservation.

    Rail Museum

    Visitors will be enthralled with the unique trains on display here as well as the depiction of the transformation and development of Indian Railways in the last 130 years.

    Crafts Museum

    Step into this museum and be transported into another era with its terracotta houses and mud huts with thatched roofs as visitors get a feel of how people lived in earlier centuries.

    Air Force Museum

    Filled with collections of airplanes, armoury objects, weapons and uniforms, this museum showcases the history of the Indian Air Force.

    Shankar International Dolls Museum

    See political cartoonist K. Shankar Pillai’s collection of dolls from all over the world, claimed to be the largest in the world.

    Sanskriti Kendra Terracotta and Metal Museum

    Using terracotta and other materials, the works showcased here depict scenes from everyday life, appropriately named “Everyday Arts”.

    National Police Museum

    The items on display here are primarily from India, with some pieces from other parts of the world.

    Fraser Suites New Delhi

    An integral part of Delhi Development Authority's new residential and commercial district, Fraser Suites New Delhi is close to Delhi's commercial offices and vibrant shopping malls.  Two arterial roads, a metro station, the DND expressway and Noida link roads provide guests with excellent access from Fraser Suites New Delhi to key destinations in Mayur Vihar, neighbouring zones and beyond.

    Fraser Suites New Delhi

    Plot No 4A, District Centre,
    Mayur Vihar, Phase-1,
    New Delhi - 110091

    • Facilities, Amenities and Services within the Vicinity

      • Metro Station (Mayur Vihar Extension) (5 minutes by foot)
      • Supermarket (Big Bazaar) (5 minutes by foot)
      • Clinic (10 minutes by foot)
      • Park (5 minutes by car)
      • Café Coffee Day (5 minutes by foot)
      • Public Library (15 minutes by car)
    • Getting to Fraser Suites New Delhi

      From Indira Ghandi International Airport

      • By car: From the airport, travel in the direction of Subrato Park--Dhaulakuan--Chanakya Puri--Rashtrapati Bhawan--India Gate--Pragati Maidan--Nizamudin Bridge—AksharDham, arriving at Fraser Suites New Delhi.
      • By Metro Train: Take IGI Airport Metro, travel towards New Delhi—Rajiv Chawk, alight at Mayur Vihar Extension Metro Station.
    • About New Delhi

      Delhi, the national capital of India, is a hub for international politics, trade, culture and literature in India, and the key commercial and financial centre of North India. Its economy is dominated by service industries including information technology, banking and financial services, and consulting. Delhi is the second most populous city in India, after Mumbai.

      A culturally rich and diverse city, Delhi plays host to the Qutub Festival, where musicians and dancers from all over India gather to perform in the evening at the Qutub Minar. International events like the Auto Expo (the world’s second-largest automotive show) and the World Book Fair (the world’s second-largest book exhibition) are held biannually in Delhi.

    • Essential Facts about New Delhi


      Season Months  Average temperatures Climate
      Winter December to January 5°C to 25°C (41°F to 77°F) Very cool
      Spring February to March 20°C to 25°C (68°F to 77°F) Sunny and pleasant
      Summer April to June 25°C to 45°C (77°F to 113°F) Hot
      Monsoon July to mid-September 30°C to 35°C (86°F to 95°F) Wet, hot and humid
      Autumn End-September to November  20°C to 30°C (68°F to 86°F) Pleasant

      Languages spoken

      Hindi, Urdu, Punjabi and English

      Time Difference

      UTC +5.30


      • The unit currency is Indian Rupee (INR).
      • Credit cards are widely accepted in larger establishments. The most commonly accepted ones are American Express, MasterCard, and Visa.
      • Travellers’ cheques are to be cashed at banks or larger hotels. Banks will cash travellers’ cheques in almost every currency, and a small fee will be charged for this service.

      Business Hours

      Banks and government offices:
      Mondays to Fridays, 10:00 to 17:00 hours
      Saturdays, 10:00 to 14:00 hours
      Sundays, CLOSED

      Mondays to Fridays, 09:00 to 18:00 hours

      Shops and department stores, may vary but mostly:
      Mondays to Sundays (except Tuesdays), including public holidays: 10:00 to 22:00 hours.
      Closed on Tuesdays.

      National Holidays

      • Republic Day (26 January)
      • Independence Day (15 August)
      • Ghandi Jayanti (2 October)