Top 10 Famous Shopping Destinations in Delhi

The national capital of India is one of the most popular tourist destinations in India and has several budget shopping areas too. Tourists who visit Delhi tour the famous and popular shopping destinations in Delhi. There are many things to attract shoppers including fabrics, footwear, jewelery, artifacts, etc. You can find in Hauz Khas Village, Dilli Haat, Karol Bagh, Chandni Chowk and Janpath.

Here are the complete details for the Top 10 Famous Shopping Destinations in Delhi to shop.

1. Connaught Place (CP), New Delhi

Connaught Place

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Situated in the heart of Delhi there are several attractions here. From hotels, skyscrapers, restaurants and shopping destinations and the bustling nightlife you can find anything in CP as it is famously called. This popular shopping destinations in Delhi is categorized into two circles called Inner Circle and Outer Circle. From small to big you will find everything like ethnic wear, semi precious jewelery, beads & stones, handicrafts, food & snacks, etc. These are what many shoppers shop for as well as the things and attractions of Connaught Place.

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Nearest Bus Stop: Janpath Market Stop
Nearest Metro Station: Rajiv Chowk Station

Timings: Morning to Late Night

Important Markets near Connaught Place are given here.

(i) Palika Bazaar – Underground market for cheap ladies products and electronic gadgets.


  • 10 AM to 7 PM
  • Closed on Sundays

(ii) Wholesale Flower Market – Fresh smelling wide range of budget friendly local flowers.


  • 4 AM to 9 PM
  • Open all Days

(iii) Tibetan Market – Antiques, miniature artifacts, wooden lanterns and lamps, winter wear, authentic leather footwear and is also known as ‘Monastery Market’ / Little Tibet.

2. Chandni Chowk, Old Delhi

Chandni Chowk, Old Delhi

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This market dates back to the Mughal era and is one of the oldest markets in Delhi which had international significance earlier. The businessmen of China, Holland and Turkey visited for trade. The numerous shopping zones in Chandni Chowk attracts many tourists who visit the Red Fort in Delhi. It is also close to another structure called Jama Masjid close by. People shop mainly for footwear, clothing and jewelery.

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Nearest Bus Stop: Direct Bus to Chandni Chowk from Daryagang Bus Stop
Nearest Metro Station: Chandni Chowk Station / Old Delhi Railway Station


  • Morning to Evening
  • Closed on Sundays

Here are the important market places in Chandni Chowk:

(i) Paranthe Wali Gali – Various types of Paranthas
(ii) Chatta Chowk – handicrafts, wall hangings and artificial jewelery.
(iii) Tilak Bazaar – for generic chemical products, etc.
(iv) Bhagirath Palace – popular place to shop electronic gadgets
(v) Moti Bazaar – famous for pearls and ethnic shawls

3. Karol Bagh, New Delhi

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This is one of the oldest shopping places in Delhi and is also one of the historical places in Delhi. Each road has a specific type of product such as Indian clothing, western wear, jewelery and beads, food joints, etc. The major attraction of Karol Bagh is the ornaments in silver and gold jewelery from head to toe. Thing to note that this unique shopping destination in Delhi remains closed on Monday and many shops do not accept cards only cash.

Nearest Metro Station: Karol Bagh Metro Station


  • 10 AM to 8 PM
  • Closed on Mondays

4. Dilli Haat

Dilli Haat

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This open air market in Delhi is also one of the finest shopping destinations in Delhi that attracts many international tourists. This market is special because it it culture specific marketplace with arts and crafts including bamboo handicrafts, footwear, jewelery, beads, leather bags, gems, etc.

From the two Dilli Haat markets in Delhi the one at INA is a popular shopping destination for tourists in Delhi. There are makeshift huts with thatched rooftops that stands for different states in India. If you would like to purchase amazing art works such as Madhubani Paintings, camel skin leather goods, handicrafts made from bamboo and bamboo products, phulkari works, etc. This is the place for you to shop. Other interesting things available in Dilli Haat are folk art culture and delicious local cuisine which you can experience here. The other Dilli Haat at Pitampura is also amazing and is a lesser crowded shopping area in Delhi unlike Dilli Haat at INA.

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Nearest Bus Stop: INA Stop
Nearest Metro Station: INA Station


  • 11 AM to 10 PM
  • Open all Days

5. Hauz Khas Village

Hauz Khaz Village

Popularly called the ‘New York East Village of Delhi’ this ancient marketplace in Delhi is now renovated. So, this is an important shopping destination for tourists as it is now the showrooms are completely air conditioned not hot. Shop for anything from books, antiques and handicrafts. If you are searching for gorgeous ethic apparels this is the best shopping destination in India for you. Find famous designer stores, lounge bars, etc. Other attractions at Hauz Khas market are the two South Indian restaurants with delicious food.

6. Janpath Market, New Delhi

Janpath Market

This is one of the flea marketplaces in Connaught Place Delhi with hundreds of college students, international tourists and shoppers around the country. The most famous products here are casual clothing, artificial jewelry, street wear, and footwear. Find summer jackets, cardigans, casual skirts and T-shirts for all seasons here. Several accessories to go with your choice are also available here. Janpath is known as one of the top shopping destinations in Delhi famous for a wide range of daily things.

Nearest Bus Stop: Janpath Market Stop
Nearest Metro Station: Rajiv Chowk Station


  • 10 AM to 9 PM Monday to Saturday
  • 11 AM to 8 PM Sundays

7. Pacific Mall, New Delhi

Pacific Mall, New Delhi

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Situated towards the western side of Delhi this massive shopping mall has over 130 brands to shop from. Moreover, this Pacific Mall in Subash Nagar is famous for housing the largest food court of all shopping malls in Delhi. You can find anything that you are looking to shop for small to big items here. It is also closely situated to the metro station so transportation is not an issue.

Nearest Bus Stop: Subash Nagar Bus Stop
Nearest Metro Station: Subash Nagar Metro Station


  • 11 AM to 10 PM
  • Open all Days

8. DLF Emporio, Vasant Kung, New Delhi

DLF Emporio, Delhi

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DLF Emporio is a luxury shopping site with all top branded showrooms. You can get all the international and local brands and it is also famous for luxury restaurant named as Stez.

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Nearest Bus Stop: Vikrant Hotel Bus Stop
Nearest Metro Station: Chattarpur Metro Station (Hire auto to Mall)


  • 11 AM to 11 PM
  • (PVR- 10 AM to 2 PM)
  • Open all Days

9. Paharganj, Central Delhi

Paharganj, Central Delhi

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This is one of the most over crowded market places in Delhi with various wholesale outlets selling rare things. Moreover, these unique and international products are also at very cheap prices and some of them are even open on Sundays. Purchase anything from books, fabrics, hookah pipes, textiles, music albums, handicrafts and everything here.

Nearest Bus Stop: Pahargang Gate Bus Stop
Nearest Metro Station: Pahargang Station


  • 11 AM to 9 PM
  • Closed on Mondays

10. Central Market, New Delhi

Central Market, New Delhi

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One of the top reasons to visit this famous shopping marketplace in Delhi is for the temporary tattoo or Mehndi. This is also famous as Lajpat Nagar market place in Delhi and is crowded more by the middle class female shopaholics from various age groups. These stalls color your palms with natural herbal temporary color paste. Females love this market especially for reasonable priced home decor products, leather bags, fabric and clothing.

Nearest Bus Stop: Lajpath Nagar Bus Stop (Hire Auto from there)
Nearest Metro Station: Lajpath Nagar Metro Station


  • 10 AM to 9 PM
  • Closed on Mondays

This comprehensive list of flea market / street market places in Delhi are very crowded as many things attract several visitors. You can see students and tourists from all over the world and around the country shopping here. They are easy to reach as they are centrally located and close to popular sightseeing destinations in Delhi like Red Fort. We are happy to share this list of important shopping areas in Delhi as Shopping is one of the Top Things to do in Delhi when you book your trip to Delhi.

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