I would be surprised to come across a person who doesn’t like shopping. I mean, how can anyone not like shopping? The festive season is about to come and we have the perfect shopping guide for you.

Here is the list of 10 best shopping places in Delhi

1. Chandni Chowk

Haven of the latest collection of suits and sarees, Chandni Chowk is your go to spot to shop the best of ethnic wear at awesome prices. You can shop some really artistic jewelry too, though, is better to shop in large quantities here. Chandni Chowk is closed on Sunday.

How to get here?

One can reach Chandni Chowk hassle free by opting for the Delhi Metro train. Take your token, grab a seat and get to your destination.


2. Meherchand Market – The new designer market

Catering to elite shoppers, MCM has wonderful designer stores like, House oh ‘Masaba’, O Layla and many more are located here.

How to get here?
Centrally located, Mehar Chand is near Lodhi Colony and the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium.

-Mehar Chand Market

3. Shahpurjat

Embroidered with spectacular street art, Shahpurjat offers new budding designers open their exquisite boutiques. The place is not only perfect for that designer wear shopping but also for shoes, bags, accessories, knick-knacks & jewelry. Shop endlessly and later hop into one of the artistic cafes. The place is packed with roof top cafes and bakeries.

How to get here?
The nearest metro station is Green Park. From there you could take an auto till Shahpurjat market or take an auto switch on the GPS and guide the auto guy to your destination.

shahpur- jat

4. GK 1 M & N Black Market

This open air shopping destination not only has popular, high-end showrooms and fine eateries, but also has a section dedicated to college goers – a flea market! Whether you like to buy branded western wear and accessories or designer Indian wear, this place has it all.

How to get here?
We suggest you take an auto ride till the market. Although you can take the Delhi metro till Green Park and then jump into an auto to get here.


5. Connaught Place, CP

Here, you’ll find the suave semi-circular market houses, high end fashion brands and restaurants catering to crème de la crème crowd of Delhi. The market is divided into inner and outer circle, known as Rajiv Chowk and Indira Chowk. The big Indian flag in the Central Park right opposite the market is a treat to watch. The market is close to the underground flea market Palika bazaar and Janpath, another flea market.

How to get here?
Delhi metro is very well connected to Rajiv Chowk from all the parts of the city.

connaught place

6. Khan Market

Catering to elite shoppers, Khan market is perfect to buy fashionable apparel, books, cosmetics, get skin and hair treatments at the high end salons and dine at the coolest restaurants. You could buy artistic, fashionable accessories at the local sellers packed around the shopping arcade.

How to get here?

Thanks to the Delhi Metro!

Khan Market

7. Hauz Khas Village

This is the most popular designer-wear shopping and having a good time destination. Aesthetically beautiful lanes and by-lanes offer designer boutiques, designer jewelry shops, book shops, cafes, bars, and pubs while the ruins of the Khilji dynasty tomb and mosque by the gorgeous lake make for a great place to chill with friends.

How to get here?

Get down at the dedicated station for Hauz Khas (yellow lane) through Delhi Metro!


8. Lajpat Nagar Central Market

The large shopping area offers modern western brand showrooms to shop from along with some fine eating joints. The market also offers you to do some budget shopping in the flea market.

How to get here?

Take the direct metro train till Lajpat Nagar.

Lagpat Nagar

9. South Extension part 1 & 2

If you are living in south Delhi, this is one place you can buy all your fashion clothing from. Both puri in part 1.

How to get here?

The direct metro station is under construction, till then get down at the INA or AIMS metro station and take an auto to get here. Don’t pay more than Rs. 25.

South Extension

10. Karol Bagh

This is the perfect place to buy sarees, suits and lehengas, along with western wear from the International brands. The market is filled with delicious road side delicacies for everyone to indulge in while shopping.

How to get here?

There is a dedicated metro station right next to the market.