9th Annual Meeting of Cervical Spine Research Society Asia Pacific Section

22nd - 24th March 2018, New Delhi, India.

  • Venue : The Leela Ambience Gurugram Hotel & Residences, Gurugram, Haryana | New Delhi, India.

Tour Code | FD - 3 | Full Day | Shopping Tour

South Extension is a neighborhood of South Delhi, India. Situated on Ring Road, Delhi, just east of All India Institute of Medical Sciences. It is divided into two parts - South Extension I and South Extension II . This is one of the posh market places in Delhi, promising international shopping experience. It is a good place for tourists to see locals going about their daily activities. While the market remains closed on Mondays, it is busiest on Sundays.

The market is quite famous for high priced designer stuff and branded clothes. For Delhi's trendy teenagers, this is a great market to visit. Located on Ring Road, South Extension (known to locals as "SouthEx") is a huge neighborhood in South Delhi and is divided into two parts: South Extension I and South Extension II. South Extension is a good place for tourists to see locals going about their daily activities. As with much of Delhi, it is closed on Mondays. Its busiest day is Sunday. You will also find traditional Indian bhel puri stands and shoeshiners . Shoppers can purchase anything from cell phones to books in this upmarket shopping area, but prices are higher than other places.

South Ex I has several stores and restaurants, including: a huge, 3-storied Benetton store, Tommy Hilfiger, Nike, Mehrasons Jewellery Store, Bengali Sweet Market Centre (a restaurant and sweet shop), Teksons Bookshop (www.teksonsbooks.com), Nalli Saris, Tanishq (exquisite jewelry store), BG's (designer fashion jewelry), Sehgal Bros. (clothing), as well as several other clothing and music stores.

Janpath , translated People's Path, is one of the main roads in New Delhi. It starts out as Radial Road 1 in Connaught Place, adjacent to Palika Bazaar, and runs North-South perpendicular to, and past Rajpath (the "Rulers' path"). Originally called Queen's Way, it was an important part of Lutyens' design of the Lutyens' Delhi, upon the inauguration of new capital of India in 1931. Today the most popular spot on this road is the Janpath market, which is a heaven for budget travelers and shoppers, buyers of curio, handicrafts and garments, and numerous Indian-style fast-food places

Connaught Place ( officially Rajiv Chowk) is one of the largest financial, commercial and business centers in Delhi. It is often abbreviated as CP and houses the headquarters of several Indian firms. Its surroundings occupy a place of pride amongst the heritage structures of the city. It was developed as a showpiece of Lutyens' Delhi featuring a Central Business District. Named after the Duke of Connaught, the construction work was started in 1929 and completed in 1933. It was renamed as the Rajiv Chowk after the late Indian Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi.[1] The Connaught Place of today is one of the most vibrant business districts of Delhi. But with the development have also come certain problems, like dispute over property rights, encroachments, haphazard development, unauthorized construction, traffic congestion and others.

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