15 Places to Visit in South Delhi, Tourist Places & Attractions
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Qutub Minar, Iron Pillar, Jamali Kamali, Agrasen ki Baoli, Lotus Temple, Hauz Khas Village, Humanyun's Tomb, Buddha Park, Lotus Temple, Sarojini Nagar Market, Deer Park and many other places.

If you are going to be visiting Delhi and are looking for places in South Delhi, then you might want to check out this list of amazing cultural and historic places to visit in this part of the city. The history and photography buffs can have a field day, visiting the hundreds of monuments like Qutub Minar, Lal Kot Fort, Jamali Kamali, Iron Fort, etc spread across this part of Delhi, some even dating back millennia! South Delhi is also home to quirky arts districts filled with galleries, cafes and art stores where you can shop or window shop to your heart’s content! 

If you are more of a nature-person, South Delhi is still the place to be. Since it is home to some of the country’s most beautiful and well-kempt gardens like ‘The Garden of Five Senses’, Buddha Park, etc. you can easily spend your day feasting your eyes on refreshing natural beauty. You can enjoy leisurely walks through wild nature or enjoy interactive experiences at the Garden of Five Senses where you get to learn so much about the surrounding natural beauty!

Here is the list of places to visit in South Delhi:

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Qutub Minar

Qutub Minar is a historical monument of national importance and is recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This almost 240 feet tall minaret dates back to the year 1199 and was built by the founder of the Delhi sultanate, Qutubdin Aibak. You can climb to the top of the tower following a spiral staircase made up of 379 steps.

The tower is made up of five different storeys and the different sections of the tower have been inscribed with Parso-Arabic and Nagari characters which are proof of its long, rich history. What makes Qutub Minar is one of the most famous places to visit in South Delhi is not only its historical and cultural importance but its sheer beauty and scale! 

Location: Mehrauli, New Delhi, Delhi 110030

Daily; 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Rs. 30 per person
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Hauz Khas Village

The Hauz Khas Village can be best described as an art district of the nation’s capital. It is home to many independent fashion boutiques, art galleries, antique shops and quirky cafes where you will find people enjoying a tete a tete, almost any time of the day. Not just cafes, you will also find a plethora of restaurants in Hauz Khas, serving a variety of fare, from Tibetan, Mexican to experimental Indian food.

A generously sized park situated in one corner of this pedestrian village, known by the name of Deer Park is a pleasant, green space where you can enjoy an evening stroll. The park has everything from picnic gazebos, a beautiful lake facing old tombs and religious monuments which date back to the 14th century. 

Hauz Khas Village, Deer Park, Hauz Khas, New Delhi, Delhi 110016

Open all-day
Price: No entry fee

Mehrauli Archaeological Park

The Mehrauli Archaeological Park is a beautiful place to visit in South Delhi and is spread over a staggering area of 200 acres. The park contains over a hundred monuments of historic and cultural importance which will transport you to a different era and offer plenty of photo-ops.

The cultural importance of the place can be best understood by the fact that this is the only place in the entire capital which has been under continuous occupation for the last 1000 years! Some of the most notable monuments include the Lal Kot Fort, Balban’s Tomb, Rajon ki Baoli and Gandhak ki Baoli to name a few. 

Anuvrat Marg Opposite Qutub Minar Metro Station, Mehrauli, New Delhi, Delhi 110030

Daily; 5:00 AM - 6:30 PM

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Tughlaqabad Fort is also named as the Ruined Fort and is considered to be a symbol of strength for Tughlaq dynasty. Built in 1321-1325 AD by Ghiyasu'd-Din Tughlaq, this fort is said to be his dream even before he was the ruler. He wanted to build a city where his people could live in harmony and feel protected by the presence of the fort. Tughlaqabad Fort is most beautiful specimens of pure islamic architecture and has a touch of  the Sultana's.

From the walls to domes and carvings everything was on point and It can be witnessed on the 13 entry gates of this fort, each one of them have amazing designs. Tughlaqabad Fort was famous for its greatness but still it got abandoned not long after it was built. There are many stories which claim that the place is cursed and is haunted.

Legends says that a Sufi saint cursed the place and it led to the downfall of Tuglaq dynasty. Today this place has become home to many other stories which adds to its existence. It is cursed or not, but this place will not fail to amuse you as you can enjoy the breathtaking view of the capital from the top of the fort and can capture the scenic beauty this place offer in your frame.

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Garden of Five Senses

Garden of Five Senses is a place to visit in Delhi for fun, irrespective of your age, gender or vocation. This twenty-acre site is located in the Said-Ul-Azaib village and is defined by the many sensory experiences it offers to the visitors. It has spiral walkways, elephants cut out of stone, intricate water baths and many other artistic endeavours which will keep you enthralled throughout your visit.

The garden has several dedicated areas which portray a variety of artistic endeavours; beginning with the Mughal-styled garden called the Khas Bagh, a secluded food and shopping court with a series of terraces that act as vantage points and seating arrangements. Another section, known as the Neel Bagh, is a pool filled with water lilies which are encircled by pergolas covered in a variety of climbers. The place has plant displays, amphitheatres and much more to keep you entertained throughout your stay.

Westend Marg, Saidulajab, Saiyad ul Ajaib, Saket, New Delhi, Delhi 110030

Daily; 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM 
Price:Rs. 35 per person

Iron Pillar

Apart from the Qutub Minar, another interesting monument found in the Qutub Complex is the Iron Pillar of Delhi. It is believed to have been constructed by ‘King Chandra’. Presumably King Chandragupta II, one of the most powerful rulers from the Gupta Empire. Standing at a height of 23 feet and 8 inches, the pillar is famous for its rust-resistant metal composition.

Weighing at about 3,000 kilograms, the pillar is believed to have been moved to Delhi from the Udaygiri Caves in Madhya Pradesh. The pillar carries several different inscriptions which mark its presence in different periods of time and at different locations. The interesting history and different interpretations throughout the British Era can be learnt about at the site, making it a fun place to explore!  

Mehrauli, New Delhi, Delhi 110030

Daily; 6:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Rs. 10 per person

Lotus Temple

Lotus Temple is one of the prominent landmarks in the city. It is a Bahai House of Worship and is well-known for its flower-like shape. The building is made up of 27 free-standing flower-like petals which have actually been made using marble and it is one of the best places in South Delhi.

The white marble used in making the surface is the temple was sourced from the Penteli mountain of Greece and the same marble has been used in the construction of several ancient monuments including the Pantheon! The central hall has a capacity of fitting 2,500 people inside at one time which gives a fair idea of its scale. The fact that it is partially powered by solar electricity, makes it the first of its kind in Delhi.  

Lotus Temple Rd, Bahapur, Shambhu Dayal Bagh, Kalkaji, New Delhi, Delhi 110019

Daily; 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

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Jamali Kamali

The Jamali Kamali Mosque and Tomb are two significant monuments located inside the Archaeological Complex of Mehrauli. The architectural beauty of these twin monuments is what draws most tourists to the site. The tombs are believed to have belonged to Jamali, a Sufi saint who lived in the pre-Mughal dynasty and Kamali, an unknown person who has been buried next to the saint and poet.

The mosque has been built using red sandstone and marble with beautiful arches decorated with medallions and ornamentation. Adjacent to the mosque is the tomb with an intricately painted roof with Quranic inscriptions, in blue and red, which make it a sight to behold. 

Ladha Sarai, Mehrauli Archeological Park Trail, Christian Colony, Mehrauli, New Delhi, Delhi 110016

Daily; 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM


Agrasen ki Baoli

Agrasen ki Baoli is an ancient step-well located on the Hailey Road. It is 15 metres wide and 60 metres long and has 108 steps. The baoli is believed to have been built by the legendary king Agrasen and its architectural style dates it back to the 14th century. The massive structure offers several photo-taking opportunities, so much so, that the 2012 Formula One models’ photo shoot also took place here.

The place became particularly famous after it was featured in the Aamir Khan movie, PK and in Salman Khan’s Sultan. If you are looking for not-very-crowded places to visit in South Delhi, you can definitely visit the baoli in the early hours of the day!
Location: Hailey Road, KG Marg, near Diwanchand Imaging Centre, New Delhi, Delhi 110001

Timing: 9:00 AM - 5:30 PM


Deer Park

Deer Park is located in one of the posh areas of Delhi, Hauz Khas Village. This lovely verdant park is well-maintained, where you will get the sight of various birds and animals. From beautiful rabbits hopping around to the running deer behind the barricades and peacocks dancing around, this park is a treat to the kids’ eyes and also fun things to do in Delhi for kids.

You can further feed the ducks at the Hauz Khas lake nestled in the middle of the park. There is furthermore an open skating rink and a lavish restaurant settled amidst the greenery.

Location: Hauz Khas

Timings: 5 am to 8 pm

Entry Fee: Free

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Champa Gali

Champa Gali is one of the hidden lanes of Delhi that brims with cafes, culture, and art. The mood of the lanes is intoxicating with a number of absolutely delightful cafes, coffee shops and art galleries.

The popular cafe  within the alleys of Champa Galli like Blue Tokai Coffee Roasters, Caara Kitchen, SOHO Bistro & Cafe, and Cafe Hameen Asto fill the area with a homey charm. Champa Gali has evolved into one of the trending places to visit in Delhi for couples who like to enjoy some quality time together over a coffee or a book.

Location: Khasra 258, Lane 3, Saiyad Ul Ajaib, Saket, New Delhi

Timings: 11.00 AM - 10.00 PM on all days


Humayun’s Tomb

Humayun’s Tomb, as the name suggests, is the tomb of the Mughal Emperor Humayun which was designed by Persian architects in the mid-sixteenth century and was the first garden-tomb to have been built on the Indian subcontinent. It was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the year 1993 and has undergone extensive restoration.

The beautiful tomb is built following the Persian Islamic architectural styles and is surrounded by a 30-acre wide garden known as the Char Bagh. Within the complex can be found other monuments of importance like the tomb and mosque of Isa Khan, tomb and garden of Bu Halima and Arab Serai among others. When here, you can spend your time soaking in the immense beauty of the intricate architecture and relax in the manicured lawns that have also been designed following ancient Persian styles.   

Location: Mathura Road Opposite, Hazrat Nizamuddin Aulia Dargah, Nizamuddin, New Delhi, Delhi 110013

Timing: Daily; 6:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Price: Rs. 25 per person

Sarojini Nagar Market

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Sarojini Nagar is a famous neighbourhood of South West Delhi and an atypical shopping spot where you can get hundreds of items with your pocket money itself. It is located very close to Safdarjung Airport and before it got the name Sarojini Nagar it was called Vinay Nagarand and later its name was changed to Sarojini Nagar. The colony is filled with Safdarjung Enclave, South Extension, Laxmibai Nagar, Nauroji Nagar, Chanakyapuri and Netaji Nagar. This is one of the most vibrant places in Delhi to buy various items like clothes, accessories, shoes, fabrics etc.

The street side shops will sell even branded items at cheaper rates. Garments of any colour, any size, any shape would be available here but questioning your bargaining power. During the bomb blasts in 2005 in Delhi, Sarojini Market was also included but it was rebuilt afterward. Almost all the shops in the market are of different families. The Babu Market, Subzi Market, Central Market, Mandir Wali Side Market are the different sections of the Sarojini Market offering you multiple selections of items ranging from garment shops to food shops.

Every time the markets are uncontrollably crowded- visitors or locals come to purchase multiple items of your likes at an unexpectedly low price. INA is the closest metro station from Sarojini Market.

Sarojini Market entry timings:
The shops will be open on all days except on Mondays from around 10:00 am to 09:00 pm.

Sarojini Market Entry fee:
There is no entry fee applicable to enter the market.

Sarojini Market Location:
Sarojini Nagar Market, Sarojini Nagar, New Delhi, Delhi 110023.

Insider Tips:

    -Remember the basic shopping rules at Sarojini Market: never pay more than INR 250 for any basic garment; INR 100 – 150 is the usual price for tops.

    -The sizes of the garments may not be correct. You can check them with other sizes and identify your size by hold it against yourself. There is an option to quick fix at the darzee also.

    -Check it out properly for wear and tear on the item you purchase. Always point out the defect (whether minimal or obvious) to the shopkeeper and use it to extricate an additional discount.

    -Carry a big cover to keep your purchased items conveniently because the covers given by the shopkeepers are not of good quality so that they will be torn if you carry heavy materials in them.

    -The best time to visit Sarojini Nagar is on weekdays, between 12pm – 4pm to be specific.

    -Point out a landmark before you enter the market so that you can come back to the point after shopping easily.

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Buddha Park

When looking for places to visit in South Delhi for fun, a visit to the Buddha Park, also known as the Buddha Jayanti Park can prove to be fruitful. The park is known for its combination of manicured parks with beautifully unkempt places where nature has overtaken everything.

The whole part is dotted with inscriptions of Buddha’s teachings, some done on rocks and others on statues. Also, there is a Budhha statue situated near Gate No. 1 in the park. This green escape in the city also attracts a plethora of animals and birds and you can spend a good time bird-watching here. Some of the most commonly spotted birds include lapwings, barbets, kingfisher, parakeets, etc. 

Vandemataram Marg, Central Ridge Reserve Forest, New Delhi, Delhi 110021

Daily; 5:30 AM - 8:00 PM 

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Dilli Haat is one of the most popular shopping gateways in New Delhi, where music, food, fun, and festivities converge in one place. Extending over the area of six-acre, this ethnic marketplace is symbolic of the lifestyle and culture of the people living in this city. 

It has carved the top spot for being the most visited destination by tourists as it presents a vivid world of cultural activities, craft, and cuisine. 

It invokes the vibes of a traditional village fair and is a haven for foodies and shopaholics.  This market offers a wide range of handloom products and traditional crafts, including sandalwood and rosewood carvings, beads, gems, metalcrafts, and brassware items.

It also offers scrumptious food cuisines from different states of India, such as kebabs from Jammu, momos from Nepal, and Puran Poli from Maharashtra. 

Dilli Haat is the ideal spot that allows you to experience a new perspective of the ethnic background of the country through the diverse stalls that have been set up over here. These shops have been set up in thatched cottages to create the atmosphere of the village.

Dilli Haat has been successful in making rural crafts accessible to the city folks as a wide range of skillfully crafted handicraft items from each part of the country are available over here. 

The shops here are rented to the skilled craftsmen from all across the country on a rotational basis, thus ensuring that a varied range of handicraft items are available to the visitors at each visit.

Many interesting shows promoting the handlooms and handicrafts are also held at the exhibition hall in this marketplace. Dilli Haat offers you an incredible experience of India in a microcosm and is a window to the diversity and vibrant contrast that exists in our country. 

History of Dilli Haat

Dilli Haat was established by the joint effort of the Government of Delhi, Delhi Tourism, NDMC, and Ministry of Tourism and Textile.  The first outlet was set up in 1994 by INA in Delhi. By 2003, this market developed into a hub of compulsive shoppers and foodies.

The basic aim behind setting up this market was to provide economic exposure to the local artisans and to showcase their skills to the people.

The artisans from all across the country assemble here to showcase their artistic skills through the wide range of arts and crafts that are held on display in the stalls over here.

Owing to its popularity and the immense success, it has opened up various branches across Janakpuri in West Delhi and Pitampura in North Delhi.

Dilli Haat is continuously expanding in the area that it occupies with the opening of each new branch. The Pitampura branch of Dilli Haat is spread over 7.2 hectares of land, and it was established in 2008. The newest and the largest branch of Dilli Hatt at Janakpuri is spread over 9.8 acres, and it was inaugurated in July 2014.

Dilli Haat was initially opened up to be a global platform for the promotion of the ethnic craft and art forms, but lately, it has become the launchpad for entrepreneurs and small scale businesses in the fashion industry.

The drapery, footwear, leather, handloom, and the textile section of Dilli Haat is extremely popular among foreigners and locals alike.

The eateries over here also promote the regional cuisines of the various states of India. Many festivals are held over here like Teej Festival in August and Baisakhi festival in April to give a glimpse to the visitors about the diversity that exists in the celebrations in various parts of India. The fun festival of Delhi-Comic Con is also organized at the INA branch.

The Architecture of Dilli Haat

Dilli Haat conceived as an Urban Haat was designed by the architect Pradeep Sachdeva in 1994. It displays the north Indian style of architectural grandeur with stone roofs and brick latticework.

This complex has two entrances- the primary face with pedestrian and vehicular zones and a secondary rear entry, for the pedestrians. It has an indoor auditorium for formal concerts and a multi-scaled exhibition hall for seminars.

There is a small souvenir shop located here that sells the mainstream souvenirs of Delhi. The entire architecture of this place is an eclectic mix of traditional and modern spectrum with stone masonry design on the facades and Kota stone and slate work on the walls. 

The stalls are built in cottages and kiosks with thatched roof to give a feel of the village to the entire area. The entire marketplace has stone pathways that are interspaced with greenery, and the shops have courtyards in between to retain the harmonious environment of the rural area.

A play area has also been designed for the kids amidst the central area of the marketplace. The food court houses 48 different stalls from diverse states of the country, and it is a common ground to celebrate the taste of India. 

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People Also Ask About Delhi

  1. Which are the places to hangout in South Delhi?

    1. Qutub Minar: This architectural marvel still holds the essence of Mughal beauty and has a height of 324 feet. Youngsters from every corner of Delhi come here to hangout and spend some leisure time.

    2. Hauz Khas Village: This chic area is a hotspot of fun and is home to some of the best cafes and bars of Delhi. Here you can easily have fun with friends and family while enjoying street food and a beer or two.

    3. Dilli Haat: Known to be a shoppers paradise, this place will let you shop for anything you can think of. From handicrafts to clothes and accessories, this place boasts with multiple little shops offering many items at sale.

    4. Sarojini Nagar Market: Enhancing the bargaining skills of people since ages, this market is the best hangout spot if you are looking for spending a day shopping and chomping on some street food.
  2. Which are the best places to visit in South Delhi with family?

    1. Satya Niketan: Home to many pocket friendly cafes, this place attracts a lot of families and youngsters. This bustling street offers you a chance to enjoy local food while shopping for many local goods.

    2. Purana Quila: This historical place offers some mesmerising sceneries of architectural marvels. This tomb is surrounded by a lake, thus adding extra stars to your family trip.

    3. Chhatarpur Mandir: Seek the blessings of lord hanuman while marvelling at the beauty of this temple. Holding a spiritual essence, this place is frequented by visitors, especially on tuesdays.

    4. Qutub Minar: This scenic pillar is home to some of the best architecture and lets you enjoy a fun filled time in its premises. Qutub Minar is surrounded by multiple street food joints where you can enjoy some local delicacies.

    5. Garden of Five Senses: When with family, a picnic is a must and this garden gives you a chance to do that. Spending some time in the manicured lawns will provide you with sceneries of alluring natural beauty.
  3. Which are the historical places in South Delhi?

    1. Humayun’s Tomb: Known to be the most significant representation of Mughal architecture, this tomb has a lush and manicured garden around it and has 150 graves of the royal family.

    2. Safdarjung Madarsa: Made with sandstone and marble, the architecture of this place reflects royalty. The interior of this place has some hidden passages which open around the garden area.

    3. Jama Masjid: Built with marble and red sandstone, the beauty of this monument needs no introduction. Having an ability of holding more than 20,000 people at one time, this mosque lets people savour the rich culture.

    4. Agrasen ki Baoli: This is a steep stepwell offering some of the most breathtaking views. This place is surrounded by many street food joints, thus making it a hangout spot for youngsters.

    5. Lotus Temple: A worship place of every religion, this temple is built to resemble a lotus. There are nine pools which surround this architectural marvel, further adding to its beauty.
  4. What are the best places to visit near Delhi for a weekend getaway?

    The monotonous city life of Delhi calls for quick Weekend getaways near Delhi and thankfully, the hills stations around the capital city of India are endless and brim with natural beauty and fresh, clean air.  Here are some of the places listed below:

    Rishikesh (237 Kms from Delhi)
    Manali (538 Kms from Delhi)
    Shimla (343 Kms from Delhi)
    Kullu (497 Kms from Delhi)
    Kasol (519 Kms from Delhi)
  5. What are the things to do in South Delhi with girlfriend?

    You wish to spend some time with your partner in a great and grassy picnic spot, or you wish to go out shopping with them, maybe have a fine dine experience, or enjoy an amazing show with them, it is all possible in Delhi, and can be enjoyed in a day, easily. Some of the most romantic places in Delhi to take your girlfriend are: 

    - A walk through the Garden of five senses
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