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Thai Airways Flights to Delhi (DEL)

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  1. Bangkok (BKK) to Delhi (DEL)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    BKK-DEL

    08/08/2020

    DEL-BKK

    17/08/2020

    THB11,820
  2. Manila (MNL) to Delhi (DEL)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    MNL-DEL

    05/05/2020

    DEL-MNL

    12/05/2020

    USD679
  3. Jakarta (CGK) to Delhi (DEL)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    CGK-DEL

    31/03/2020

    DEL-CGK

    14/04/2020

    IDR4,736,400
  4. Tokyo (TYO) to Delhi (DEL)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    TYO-DEL

    05/06/2020

    DEL-TYO

    10/06/2020

    JPY103,070
  5. Melbourne (MEL) to Delhi (DEL)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    MEL-DEL

    05/10/2020

    DEL-MEL

    28/10/2020

    AUD914
  6. Sydney (SYD) to Delhi (DEL)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    SYD-DEL

    28/09/2020

    DEL-SYD

    08/10/2020

    AUD1,065
  7. Auckland (AKL) to Delhi (DEL)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    AKL-DEL

    02/07/2020

    DEL-AKL

    17/07/2020

    NZD1,676
  8. Osaka (KIX) to Delhi (DEL)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    KIX-DEL

    16/03/2020

    DEL-KIX

    23/03/2020

    JPY90,680
  9. Brisbane (BNE) to Delhi (DEL)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    BNE-DEL

    18/06/2020

    DEL-BNE

    15/07/2020

    AUD1,502
  10. Singapore (SIN) to Delhi (DEL)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    SIN-DEL

    25/04/2020

    DEL-SIN

    10/05/2020

    SGD423

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Thai Airways Flights to Delhi (DEL)

Traveling to Delhi

Overview

India’s frenetic and sprawling capital resists easy description. It plays host to both prosperous and poverty-stricken, and delivers beauty and brutality in equal measure. The cityscape itself is a pastiche, with remains from the European-style New Delhi, the Mughal-built Old Delhi and many other faded settlements coexisting with spanking-new modern developments.

Getting around

Thanks to its sleek, well-functioning metro system, getting around Delhi is easier than ever, though it does get crowded with workers during rush hour. Cycle rickshaws and autorickshaws ply the streets. While autorickshaws are metered, more often than not, the meter won’t be turned on so negotiate your fare beforehand. Taxis are also metered though many drivers will ask for flat rates.

See & do

Delhi’s magnificent ancient monuments draw comparisons to Rome. Immerse yourself in the glory days of the old Mughal Empire at the colossal sandstone Red Fort and the 25,000-capacity courtyard of the Jama Mosque, both of which were constructed back in the empire’s wealthy 17th-century heyday. Even older monuments can be seen at the Qutb Minar complex, which houses a collection of Indo-Islamic monuments built to mark Muslim dominance in the region.

While the Mughals stamped their identity on Old Delhi, it was the British who developed New Delhi to suit their own taste. Stroll down the grand, tree-lined Rajpath, admiring the classical-inspired façades and the Lutyens-designed Indian Gate.

Another popular pilgrimage site is the peaceful Rajghat, a memorial commemorating one of the 20th centuries’ most inspiring leaders, Mahatma Gandhi. Southwest of here, on the very spot where Gandhi was shot dead by a Hindu extremist, lies Gandhi Smriti, where you’ll find another memorial and a museum housing the great statesman’s modest personal effects.

To experience Delhi at its most throbbing and cacophonous, dive into the melee of shoppers at the elbow-to-elbow bazaars of the Chandni Chowk shopping district. If the crowds are sending your blood pressure through the roof, snatch a moment away from the madness at the tranquil Lodhi Gardens.

Hidden gems

From a barren swath of land ravished by mining to a thriving forest ecosystem, Delhi’s Aravalli Biodiversity Park is living proof of nature’s resilience. The park acts as a sanctuary for native bird, butterfly and animal species whose natural habitats were, prior to the park’s development in 2004, rapidly shrinking.

Delhi is littered with ancient monuments but few sightseers make it beyond the Red Fort. One set of underappreciated ruins is the 16th-century tomb of Adham Khan, a general of the Mughal Emperor Akbar. When Khan killed one of Akbar’s favourite ministers, the emperor had him killed, later commissioning the building of this tomb after Maham Anga – Adham Khan’s mother and Emperor Akbar’s wet nurse – died of grief.

Food & drink

The best place to sample the city’s famed street foods are within the walls of the congested Old Delhi. Weave through the lanes of Chandni Chowk where vendors dish out a tempting range of spiced delights, including aloo chaat (spiced sautéed potatoes), mutton korma, paratha (a wholewheat flatbread) and ram ladoo (deep-fried lentil balls served with chutney and shredded radish). For dessert, they’ll serve up kulfi (ice-cream) flavoured with tropical fruits and the famous daulat ki chaat (a frothy, feather-light dessert made from sweetened milk). Of course, street eats aren’t the only option, with an increasing number of luxury sit-down establishments, among them French-style Le Cirque and Japanese-focused Megu, luring in Delhi’s fat cats with high-end global cuisine.

Weather in Delhi

Sunday sky is clear
23°C 08/12/2019
Monday scattered clouds
22°C 09/12/2019
Tuesday sky is clear
21°C 10/12/2019
Wednesday scattered clouds
22°C 11/12/2019
Thursday moderate rain
21°C 12/12/2019
Friday light rain
18°C 13/12/2019
Saturday overcast clouds
19°C 14/12/2019
Generated by: OpenWeatherMap.org