In Gurgaon, one of the hottest cuisine these days is Japanese. With a large expat community working there, these restaurants cater not only to the Japanese clientele, but others too as this cuisine has picked up over the years. Below, Resettle has put together a list of authentic restaurants you must try in Gurgaon: Ichizen – A great place with … Continue reading Recommended Japanese restaurants in Gurgaon
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Upcoming heritage walks around Delhi
Relocated to Delhi this year? Well now with the monsoons hitting the city and temperatures finally dipping, take advantage of this lovely weather and check out some of Delhi’s beautiful and architecturally appealing heritage sites. A perfect way to plan your weekend around a bit of history, some lovely Indian cuisines and musical performance to … Continue reading Upcoming heritage walks around Delhi
Plan your weekend already! Explore Delhi over 24 hours…
Saturday Morning: Start your day with a walk at the Lodhi Gardens. Spread over 90 acres with 14th-century monuments dotting the landscape, it’s a great place to get some fresh air and rub shoulders with Delhi’s elite. Take the Lodhi Road exit and walk straight to the All American Diner at the India Habitat Centre nearby for a scrumptious breakfast. Late morning: Explore the National Gallery of … Continue reading Plan your weekend already! Explore Delhi over 24 hours…
Dilli Haat – A shoppers paradise!
A “Haat” refers to a local or makeshift market in an Indian village. Here people can buy things such as daily utensils, home decor items and are and prepared food items. “Dilli Haat“, an open air craft bazaar cum food plaza run by Delhi tourism and transportation development corporation is a very popular tourist destination in … Continue reading Dilli Haat – A shoppers paradise!
Ways to fall in love with India!
Conde Nast Traveller India recently posted 50 beautiful sights of India that will make you fall in love with the country! Relocation to India is the perfect opportunity to explore this country as an expat and resettle into this new country with a bit of adventure ahead of you! Here are some of our picks … Continue reading Ways to fall in love with India!
Delhi air to improve
Some good news for all those suffering from pollution related ailments in Delhi – the government is now gearing up to shell out Rs 19,762 crore ($2.95 billion) to bring down traffic congestion in its capital city. New Delhi which is home to about 16 million people, is currently the world’s11th-most polluted city, is about to … Continue reading Delhi air to improve
Lodhi Gardens – A walk in paradise
Lodhi Gardens, Delhi’s iconic landmark, turned 80 this April 2016. This 90 acre lush garden is home to a variety of bird species making it a bird watchers paradise. What’s better news is that it is getting an insectary for butterfly breeding and date palm trees for a new makeover! The gardens are located in … Continue reading Lodhi Gardens – A walk in paradise
The 5 Phases Expats Go Through In Delhi
(Post taken from Little Black Book Delhi) After working with Delhi’s expat community for the past two years, I’ve seen many people go through a variety of emotions over their three – five year postings. While most of them leave with nothing but love and fondness for Delhi, they don’t always start that way. When you … Continue reading The 5 Phases Expats Go Through In Delhi