Hauz Khas is situated in the South Delhi District, which is one of the busiest places of Delhi and is famous for its Day Life and as well Nightlife but the majority of people go there for Hauz Khas fort and lake.
I’ve been exploring Delhi for the past 5-6 years and have noticed a few things about Hauz Khas Village, this area is known for its cafes, restaurants, graffiti, and pubs. Apart from these hangout spots, India’s significant clothing brand retail outlets are there, which known for their large garment assortment
Hauz Khas Village is popular among both adults and children, as well as the elderly. Every day, a large number of visitors, not just Indians, visit Hauz Khas. The heart of Hauz Khas is a historical complex known as Hauz Khas Complex, which is used in a variety of ways by the people. You’ll also find the coolest offices in Hauz Khas Village, which are noted for their interior designs and friendly workspace.
In this article, I’ll go through all of the activities available in Hauz Khas during the day and at night. So that on your future visit to Hauz Khas Village, you don’t miss anything.
Why Hauz Khas Is So Famous?
Every tourist point attraction in Delhi is distinct; some are famous for their history, others for their architecture, yet others for their food, even others for their markets, still others for their verdant surroundings, and so on. All of these qualities come together in the Hauz Khas. Hauz Khas is a busy place in all of these things, from the early morning walk to the last drink of the day.
Hauz Khas Village is a place that caters to all types of people; there is something for everyone. Hauz Khas is a great place for couples to spend some quality time. Others also have a variety of options, such as shopping, eating, and party in pubs. For picnics and exercises, HKV is the most popular choice among elders and children.
Hauz Khas Fort and the Lake are the most lovely and oldest places in the area. The community has incredible structures built around the reservoir, with Islamic architecture prominent and splotches of metropolitan culture thrown in for good measure. Both the urban HKV and the rural Hauz Khas enclave offer a market setting and are centrally placed.
The second most appealing feature of Hauz Khas Village is that certain restaurants provide rooftop dining, which is especially appealing when the lake serves as a backdrop. It makes you feel as if you’re having the best supper of your holiday. In comparison to other parts of Delhi, in HKV You’ll find ample strolling space, motorists will not beep at you from behind every second until you step aside.
Things to do in Hauz Khas during Daytime
1. Most General
If you are concerned about your health and live in Hauz Khas Village or nearby, this location is ideal for you. The large park is lush with vegetation, and the lake in the center contributes to the natural tranquility. Hundreds of Delhiites visit HKV every day for a morning or evening stroll, yoga, and other workouts, as well as a picnic. Lodhi Garden is also one of the most popular places for a morning stroll, you can read about it here.
2. Old is Gold
The Fort and Lake, which is also the oldest, are the most popular attractions in Hauz Khas Village. The lake was established by Khilji, while the surrounding monuments were completed between 1352 and 1354 AD by Tughlaq monarch Feroz Shah Tughlaq. If you’re interested in history as well as nature, a visit to Hauz Khas Village is a must. I went there for the first time solely to see the Fort and Lake.
3. God Creatures
If you’re an animal lover, there is a Deer Park in Hauz Khas Village, immediately adjacent to the Fort, where you may watch hundreds of deer and bunnies from afar. There’s also a chance you’ll see a peacock. Lots of ducks would be floating in the lake, and as well as beware of monkeys. I noticed that anytime the net was touched by someone, the deer assumed that the human would feed them.
4. It’s a Food Day
If you’re a true foodie, be prepared to feast; you’ll find everything there, Lama Kitchen for Himalayan cuisine, Amour for Italian cuisine, and Imperfecto for pizza are all well-known. Not only that, but it’s also the spot where you may sample a variety of fiery cuisines all in one place. If money is a concern, don’t fret; Kathi roll, flavored kulfi, and other delicious food are available there; don’t forget to try Welcome Point for Chinese. Everyone will find something there to their liking. HKV is noted for its seemingly endless lane of cafes. I’m a vegetarian, and the vegetarian cuisine there was fantastic, but my companion insisted that I try the chicken, which they said was great.
5. What An Art
Graffiti is one of the most famous works of art in Hauz Khas Village, However, there is also a diverse range of other artwork available in many forms, such as several designer outfits for ladies in both Indian and Western styles, as well as jewelry. The streets of HKV are a form of art in themselves, even the smaller one is so appealing. Delhi Art Gallery is the hidden gem of HKV, go there and let the artist inside you come out.
6. Time to Shop
Girls adore Hauz Khas because it is one of India’s most well-known apparel brand retail establishments, with a vast selection of garments. Girls find it tough to pick one between footwear, especially in boots and everything is at an affordable price. If you enjoy shopping or are interested in collecting masterpieces by artists, you must pay a visit to Hauz Khas.
Not just photographers, but also models may be seen there daily for portfolio purposes. Not only may you see beginner artists there, but if you’re lucky, you might even get an opportunity to meet a Bollywood celebrity or a well-known musician or artist. If you’re looking for a location for a photoshoot in Delhi, Hauz Khas Village is the place to go.
8. Travel Café
Without a doubt, you’ll need a day to count all of the cafes in Hauz Khas, and each one offers something unique. However, if you enjoy traveling and photography, you should pay a visit to Kunzum Travel Café, where you will see some excellent travel photographs. You can enjoy coffee and cookies while listening to regular storytelling with photographers and tourists.
Things to do at Hauz Khas in Night
1. Life is a Party
From EDM to trance to commercial music, Hauz Khas characterizes Delhi’s nightlife. There’s something for everyone. It doesn’t get any better than this: great cuisine, a great crowd, great beverages, and a great vibe. If you enjoy partying, you can go to HKV at night.
2. Match the Beat
Music has a different meaning in everyone’s life, and it elevates you to another level when it’s combined with delectable food in a magical setting. Social has a different scene at night and the Imperfecto is famous for Sufi Night. If you want to have dinner outside while listening to amazing music, HKV is the spot for you, my buddy. Raasta is also famous in HKV for its music.
3. Own the Night
Hauz Khas Village’s market and streets play an important role in its popularity, but at night, when the lights come on, the market and streets steal the show. The picturesque street becomes even more appealing, and the positioning of light in the market draws your entire attention. Visiting a spa at night is also a fun alternative.
Timings and Entry fees of Hauz Khas Village
How to Reach – Hauz Khas is located in South Delhi and is easily accessible by car or cab from any place in the city. The nearest bus stop is Hauz Khas at Aurobindo Marg if you want to take a bus.
Take the Metro if you don’t want to be caught in Delhi traffic; the nearest stations are Hauz Khas and Green Park. You can take an auto from there, and along the way, you’ll see some other architectural marvels.
Timings – The Hauz Khas Complex is only open Monday through Saturday from 10:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. The Hauz Khas Park and Deer Park, on the other hand, are open every day of the week from 5:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. (during the summer) and 5:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. (during the winter).
The restaurants and pubs stay open until 1 a.m., but I recommend leaving by midnight after 12:30 a.m., the police become strict and the PCR begins patrolling the area.
Entry Fees – In Hauz Khas Village, there are no entrance fees, and prices for other things vary from person to person and service to service.
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