You might be thinking about “What should I pack for India?” Since you don’t want to make a lot of mistakes, so I wrote this complete India packing checklist. Even the most seasoned traveler often leaves something important behind. Below are my top 12 “must-pack” items which I hope will make your next trip safer and more enjoyable. At the bottom, I also include “What Not to bring to India?”
New Delhi is where most of the travellers start their ultimate Indian travel challenge. Delhi is amazing, chaotic, loud and difficult to understand especially if you are a foreign tourist. Most backpackers head for hyperactive Paharganj, a touristy pocket centrally located & close to New Delhi Railway Station that has some of the city’s cheapest accommodation. If you want a calm place then stay in South Delhi – it is green, clean and more aesthetically pleasing than Paharganj.
Originally posted on the metaphysics of existence:
This is in continuation of my earlier posts on where to buy stuff economically in Gurgaon and the best namkeen…
Old Delhi is a food lover’s heaven. When you are in Delhi, you just can’t miss the food in Old Delhi otherwise your Delhi experience will be incomplete. It is famous for Street food, Curries, Butter Chicken, Kebabs, Biryanis & Tandoori Chicken. Whether it is Mughlai splendours or street foods, Old Delhi is the place to be. The amount of action happening around you and the endless eating possibilities will leave you breathless and overwhelmed with excitement. I was for a full on food tour of Old Delhi recently for 3 days and I am sharing my experience here. So let’s eat.
Khari Baoli is a wholesale spice market selling all kinds of spices, nuts, herbs and food products like rice and tea.