New Delhi, the capital of India, forms a small part of the Delhi metropolitan area. In 1911, the capital of India was transferred from Calcutta to Delhi. While New Delhi has some sprawling British architecture, the old Delhi, a neighbourhood dating to the 1600s, has loads of imposing Mughal architecture. Set on the banks of River Yamuna, this ancient city, Delhi, is a highly cosmopolitan megapolis, merged with a legacy of the age old culture, art and food. New Delhi, the capital city, is the seat of power, a natural hub of domestic as well as international bureaucrats. Delhi with its constant focus on art, environment and renewable energy, agro industry, local produce and handicrafts, cultural intersection and expo and exhibitions, is an ideal host as a MICE destination.
Why To Go
Things To Do
What to Eat & Where
Customised and delicious menu is served at the MICE venues, under the supervision of specialised chefs. Old Delhi is the repertoire of the legacy of the Mughals when it comes to food and New Delhi has a plethora of choices from mouth watering world cuisine.