Top 10 Places To Visit In Delhi For Couples

Are you a Delhiite? Do you wish to experience an escapade from the monotony of visiting shopping malls and food courts and wish to impress your girlfriend by taking her to other fancy places? She wishes to break free from her incarceration but her parents won’t allow her to go outside Delhi? This post has all that you’ve been seeking for with a relentless desire to hang out with your girlfriend.

1. The Garden of Five Senses:

It’s not just a garden, but it’s a full-fledged 20 acres covered area where you can experience a sensation of calmness, tranquility, and peace with your partner. The lake inside adds more to the romantic touch of the place. It has all varieties of food ranging from street food to high quality and lavish restaurants. Slow-moving waterfalls, flowering and fragrant shrubs of trees lining over paths, the Central axis leading to a series of fountains, some of which are lit up by fiber-optic lighting systems. The expression here could easily be encapsulated in one sentence, that it is the sculpture of ‘A FOUNTAIN TREE.’

2. ICE LOUNGE:

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Located in the MGF Metropolitan Saket Mall, the freezing temperatures at this beautiful ice lounge can warm the hearts of the lovers on a date. This lounge has everything made up of ice from seats, tables, chandelier, glass plates, ice floor, bars and it has an altogether chilling atmosphere. So, it is the coldest place to visit with your girlfriend that would want to make you give your coat to her to guard her against the biting cold or maybe, just huddling together, adding a bit to the romance.

3. THE GARDEN RESTAURANT:

Situated in the Lodi Garden, it has got different sections of varieties to sit. Personally, my favorite section to sit in is THE DECK where you can sit with your girlfriend and it has a front pool view. The ambiance of the restaurant is truly remarkable if you want to spend some time with your loved ones, especially during evenings. They have a LIVE music band that plays awesome and soothing, slow songs in accordance with the romantic mood of the couples, enabling them to spend a happy evening.

4. OYSTERS:

It is the best water park available in Delhi or NCR. It is situated in Gurgaon, and it is feasible to reach there. The nearest metro station to Oysters Water Park is Huda City Centre. It has many water slides including the popular lazy river ride. The best part of it is the wave river where you feel a hard splash of waves, which is very perilous if you go deeper in the pool. Nothing can be romantic than a pool moment with your girlfriend wrapping her into your arms.

5. GIP EBONY PRIVATE LOUNGE:

This cinema hall’s unprecedented characteristic is what makes it differ from the other cinema halls in Delhi. Being situated in Noida, the nearest metro station is Noida sector 18. It has a bed for couples embellished with side curtains and the bed is adjustable. You can easily convert it into sofas with a simple push-up button. Along with explicit privacy, two spongy soft pillows with one-bed sheet to give you a feeling of a kind of honeymoon. Although it is a bit costly, I can assure you that it’s totally worth it.

6. QUTUB MINAR COMPLEX:

The historic Qutub Minar is India’s tallest minaret and its wonderful complex provides a magnificent setting for a romantic getaway. You can walk around the spacious tourist spot, lie down in the grass lawns gazing at the mammoth structure and relishing the pleasant evening breeze with your loved ones.

7. DEER PARK, HAUZ KHAS VILLAGE:

You ought to be ashamed of yourself if you haven’t yet gone to this place for a date! It can actually be regarded as one of the most romantic places in Delhi. Covering a vast area, the park has a charming lake or a tank in its premises along with the well-trimmed lawns and flower beds. On any given day, you can spot an array of animals like a guinea pig, peacocks, deer and rabbits here. You’ll almost forget that you’re in a congested and polluted city like Delhi while you’re completely subsumed in spending hours with your loved one here.

8. DELHI HAAT, INA:

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You might find it hard to believe but it’s actually one of the finest places in Delhi for couples. With a plethora of handicraft shops and restaurants offering cuisines from all over the country, you can have a hearty time here with your lover. Take a stroll along the stretch between the Bengal and Naga Pavilion during early evenings and see the youth getting high on planet love.

9. RIDGE ROAD, NORTH CAMPUS:

It is the nearest romantic getaway from North Campus. A walk or drive on a deserted road is certainly romantic but hard to find amidst the busy streets of Delhi, isn’t it? Well, just head to North Campus and find some of the most romantic places in Delhi for couples. The Ridge Road is extremely peaceful and is a beautiful spot for lovers to get intimate with one another. There are also various monuments over there like the Mutiny Memorial and the Baoli near Pir Ghaib, which you can explore.

10. BUDDHA GARDEN, DHAULA KUAN:

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It is a famous hotspot for young couples. One needs to be cautious and use one’s own discretion while visiting this place as it’s in a secluded area and many reports of notorious incidents have been reported, but that surely doesn’t seem to imply that the love-bitten romantics can’t find themselves a cozy little spot at the park to cuddle in. The beautifully manicured lush green lawns, streams, sloping terrain of the park are some of the intriguing features of this park that fascinates many couples out there.

Thus, if you’re in love and you reside in Delhi, you’re one lucky person! Believe it or not, the city is a haven for lovers. There is a myriad of romantic places in Delhi for every love bitten soul out there. There are several markets, cafes, monuments, and even parks in Delhi for couples to explore. The above mentioned romantic places are a must-visit for all you lovebirds out there, especially in the season of Winters.

CONTRIBUTION: ASTHA THAPAR.

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