Deer Park is an attractive and very nice park in Hauz Khas Village, South Delhi. People come to the park to see deer and enjoy a picnic. Also Hauz Khas Village is famous for night life pubs and bars.
Garden of Five Senses
Lodhi Garden is a peaceful park in the heart of New Delhi. Lodhi garden is ideal for morning walks in the hot season and for afternoon strolls and picnics during the cooler months. The park is noteworthy for incorporating several Mughal-era structures, including Sheesh Gumbad, the Bada Gumbad Complex, and the tombs of Muhammad Shah and Sikander Lodi. Open Apr-Sep 5A-8P, Oct-Mar 6A-8P.
Mughal Garden is part of the President House and is open 30 days a year (from February to March).
Sunder Nursery, Hazrat, Bharat Scouts and Guides Marg, Nizamuddin. Formerly called Azim Bagh or Bagh-e-Azeem, Sunder Nursery is a 16th-century heritage park complex adjacent to Humayun’s Tomb. Built by the Mughals in the 16th century, it lies on the Mughal-era Grand Trunk Road, and is spread over 90 acres.
Nehru Park is a large park in the new Delhi neighborhood of Chankayapuri, lying in the southwest.
Waste to Wonder Park is a park near Nizamuddin Railway Station. It has replicas of some great structures around the world.
Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) Campus, This one of a kind campus of the premier National University of India remains a hidden gem of the city. The campus is hilly and rocky and some areas look more like a jungle with peacocks. The hostels represent the geographical vastness of India as they are named after Indian Rivers. For instance Godavari and Ganga. Specific areas of the campus are named after a particular geographical region in India. For instance Uttarakhand and Dakshinapuram. Some of the non-scholarly attractions of India’s best University include 24×7, an eating joint which is open, as its name suggests, is open round the clock. For a visit to the JNU campus, board bus # 615 from Connaught Place. The famous Qutab Minar is very close to the JNU campus.