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Dilli Haat, New Delhi

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Get right into the thick of things at Dilli Haat, a bustling open-air market. Opened in 1994 on 2.4 hectares (6 acres) of land, the market has the appearance and atmosphere of a traditional village bazaar, with thatched roof cottages and kiosks housing the colorful wares of trades and craftspeople from all corners of the country. Choose from crafted items such as rosewood and sandalwood carvings, camel hide footwear, and an extensive array of gems and jewelry. The market also offers a good range of street food stalls, selling local and national cuisine. For Dilli Haat and beyond, use our New Delhi holiday planner to get the most from your New Delhi vacation.
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  • Located very close to the INA metro station, Delhi Haat, is one of the organised flea market of Delhi. There are neatly arranged stores selling different kinds of handicrafts from across the country m...  more »
  • Our hotel advised us this market opens at 10 am but we waited outside; it opens at 11 am. A small and neatly laid out market targeted to Indian and non-Indian tourists this is easy to walk to from eit...  more »
  • An amaZing place for people who enjoy buying local handicraft stuffs from different parts of the country.. there are stalls of almost every state in India selling a wide variety of decorative as well ...  more »
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  • It is an excellent place to visit and enjoy Indian handicrafts. Great selection that changes every 15 days. Prices are slightly higher than what you would expect but there is scope for bargaining. Additionally, quality is generally good so you are shy last assured that you are getting a good thing. It is a safe place for kids and women. Facilities are good. The only sore point is that the food straps generally don't serve authentic cuisine in most cases, as one would expect.
  • One of the places I love to visit in Delhi and never get tired of visiting it again and again. I simply love the vibe and aura of this place. It is mostly visited by tourists and just opposite to famous INA market. Best of Indian handicrafts and crafts are often displayed at this place. I have many souvenirs bought from this place at my home. You need to buy a ticket to get into the Haat which costs around Rupees 25 for Indian nationals and is some higher amount for foreign tourists. The shops are themed around different festivals and occasions. You can also relish food from different parts of India here.
  • It is just the place where you would like to go after a full day of shopping at sarojini.. Beautiful handmade crafts adorn the place.. At the same time, tou get to enjoy different cuisines from different states.. The food is not over the top, but somehow after so much shopping, you tend to get quite hungry and would relish each bite of it!
  • Loved this shopping place. It is an open air bazaar (picture a farmers market in the US). We bought bangles, anklets, art work, scarfs, and pottery. I felt the prices were reasonable, but you could certainly negotiate. We went here on our last day and I wish I had more days so could go back and look (shop) some more. The are several stalls and many selling similar items so I recommend looking around so you can compare prices and find that perfect item.
  • One of my favorite hangout destination whether its my bday or lunch dinner meetings with family and friends its always in ma list ...firstly because one can shop eat and be entertained at the same place.For art lovers its one of the best places...food lovers too can challenge their taste buds and culinary knowledge by visiting the difference food stall of states of india..so a thumbs-up and yes now its a Wi-Fi zone tooooo