Entertainment in Delhi
Delhi is known for its high entertainment standards and offers numerous sources of entertainment from the vibrant nightlife of the city to a quieter and satisfying subtle side. Once you visit this Capital City, you will instantly notice that it has ample means of entertainment that will keep you very busy and no space for boredom. The city offers numerous places to visit and experience that will definitely make your travel to the city worthwhile and unforgettable. Other than the numerous tourist attractions like the famous Red Fort, India Gate, Humayun’s Tomb, the ancient Jama Masjid and old street charm of Chandni Chowk, Qutab Minar and many more, the city also provides ample opportunity for leisure time and recreational activities as well.
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Entertainment in New Delhi does not limit to nightlife, nightclubs, Resto-Bars and Discotheques, it also includes various ‘Cinema Halls’ and ‘Multiplexes’ equipped with a wide screen, Digital Dolby sound and very comfortable seats that makes your viewing experience worthwhile and enjoyable and at the same time also savour an array of light snacks and beverages; ‘Libraries’ for those book lovers who choose to spend a quiet time with their favourite books; ‘Auditoriums’ that showcases theatre and performing arts and ‘Stadiums’ that host a good game of International cricket in the city. You can also spend a great and enjoyable time at the numerous Clubs in Delhi that offer a relaxing atmosphere.
In this modern lifetime, Delhi definitely offers ample opportunity to shop, dine, drink without any hassles and also allows one to experience the sudden transformation of the city from a subtle outlook into a cool and vibrant place at night where people enjoy and unwind in Resto-bars, pubs, lounges and night clubs accompanied with foot tapping music, delectable cuisines, snacks, selection of spirits, beer, wines, beverages, cocktails and mocktails that suits every party goer; however, the general rule that one must keep in mind is that you must be 25 years of age and above to get entry into a discotheque and 21 years old and over to be able to legally drink alcohol.
Delhi also organises various festivals and fairs that provides an alternate entertainment option for tourist to be able to get a glimpse of the local Indian culture and appreciate its heritage, essence and importance. It is this fusion of cultural and modern attributes that makes this city a must visit where one can get to experience a great culmination of contemporary and traditional aspects in today’s lifestyle. Many entertainment establishments close shop by midnight; however a few clubs and discotheques do operate up till 3:00 AM in the morning while a few clubs operate round the clock to provide a great source of enjoyment to everyone.