Vasant Kunj

Vasant Kunj is one of the most beautiful and plush residential areas of Delhi, which has been decorated with great amount of greenery. Large number of wealthy families has set up their elegant homes in this part of Delhi, owing to its popularity and the modern living standards that it offers.

About Vasant Kunj

The entire area of Vasant Kunj is actually divided into four distinct regions. These regions, which are known as A, B, C and D are composed of a number of sub regions. Being one of the most posh localities of Delhi, every kind of modern day amenities are easily available here. Munirka and Vasant Vihar are some of the most modern places situated within Vasant Kunj. Some of the best schools of Delhi, such as G.D Goenka, Delhi Public School, and Bhatnagar Public School are situated in this residential colony.

Attractions of Vasant Kunj

There are large numbers of rich and crowded markets in Vasant Kunj. Tourists and visitors visit these markets because of the wide collection of goods that they offer. There are also theaters, restaurants, hotels, pubs, and discos in Vasant Kunj all of which makes it a hot and happening Delhi spot for the tourists. Vasant Kunj also offers great nightlife. Several shopping malls are under construction in Vasant Kunj. After completion, these shopping malls will be known as the biggest in the whole pf South Delhi.

Vasant Kunj is situated within convenient distance from the domestic airport of Delhi and also from the Interstate Bus Terminus.

Last Updated on 1 March 2013



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