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The easiest way to travel from Kuwait to Delhi is via a direct flight that gets you there in just 4 hours. You can also explore multiple flights to Delhi and check flight details for the same at website.

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Delhi – The heart of India

Delhi, the capital of India, is a massive metropolitan in the country’s northern region. The national capital is a popular destination not only among Indians but also foreigners, who wish to revisit its glorious past and witness the three UNESCO World Heritage Sites – Red Fort, Qutab Minar and the Humayun’s Tomb, all from the Mughal era of Indian history. Besides, the city has several other tourist attractions and a host of exciting activities for every traveller to indulge in.

Things to do in Delhi

  • Visit the Rashtrapati Bhavan, the residence of the President of India
  • Go on a heritage walk to discover the hidden gems of the city
  • Take a rickshaw tour of Old Delhi to explore the local markets and food joints

Tourist attractions in Delhi

  • Red Fort – Built in 1948 by emperor Shah Jahan, Red Fort stands as a symbol of the Mughal rule in India. The fascinating Light & Sound show held every evening at 6 is yet another attraction of the monument.
  • Qutab Minar – Qutb Minar (73 m) is the tallest minaret in India, perfectly displaying the brilliance of Mughal architecture. It was built in 1193 by Qutab-ud-Din Aibak to celebrate the defeat of the last Hindu ruler and the dominance of Muslims in Delhi.
  • Humayun’s Tomb – An architectural marvel surrounded by a lush manicured garden, the Humayun’s Tomb was commissioned by Haji Begum, emperor Humayun’s first wife and chief consort, in 1569-70.
  • India Gate – The monument is a war memorial dedicated to the 82,000 British and Indian soldiers, who were killed during the Third Anglo-Afghan War and the First World War. The Amar Jawan Jyoti beneath the archway stands as a symbol of the eternal soldiers of the Indian Army.
  • Various forts and temples – Akshardham Temple, Lotus Temple, Gurudwara Bangla Sahib, Jama Masjid, Lodhi Gardens and Tughlaqabad Fort are sure to make your Delhi trip a memorable one.

Places to shop in Delhi

  • Sarojini Market is famous for fashion accessories, kitchenware, household items, handicrafts and electronics.
  • Palika Bazaar in Connaught Place is the one-stop destination for shopaholics. The fully air-conditioned shopping plaza is lined with an array of shops selling fashion accessories, perfumes, footwear, electronics and handicrafts at affordable prices.
  • Khan Market is great for high-quality clothes, fashion jewellery, home furnishings, books, sports items and musical instruments at extremely affordable prices.

Best time to visit Delhi

The months between February and March or October and November are the best time to visit Delhi. The weather during this period stays comfortable and suitable for sightseeing and outdoor activities.

Modes of transport

Delhi Metro is the fastest way to travel across the city. DTC buses (AC & non-AC), auto-rickshaws and cycle rickshaws are an economical and convenient mode of transport to short distances. One can also hire private/shared cabs to explore Delhi.

Weather in Delhi

Delhi has extreme weather. Summers (April to June) are too hot with the temperature soaring as high as 45-degree Celsius. Winters (December to January) can be a bit harsh with the temperature dropping below the freezing point occasionally.

July to mid-September is marked by hot, humid and wet weather accompanied by moderate to heavy rainfall.

Airport in Delhi

Delhi domestic airport terminal with three terminals is the major airport in Delhi, which serves both domestic and international flights including return flights from Delhi to Kuwait.

  • Airport address: Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi - 110 037, India
  • IATA code: DEL

About Kuwait

Kuwait City is the largest city and capital of the Arab State, Kuwait. Known as one of the largest oil reserves in the world, Kuwait enjoys both political and economical advantages. Besides, the city displays a blend of culture, history and modernity. Along with lofty skyscrapers, huge corporations, global industries and headquarters, Kuwait is also home to ancient museums and forts that vividly portray the nation’s rich culture and history.

Things to do in Kuwait

  • Visit the Grand Mosque, the largest mosque in the city
  • Take a ferry ride to the once populated Failaka Island
  • Spend a night in the desert

Tourist attractions in Kuwait

  • Kuwait Tower – Kuwait Tower (187m) is a group of three slender towers on a promontory into the Persian Gulf. It is one of the most famous landmarks in the city. One can enjoy a stunning view of the skyline and the entire Kuwait City from the viewing platform of the main tower.
  • Grand Mosque – Grand Mosque is the largest mosque in the region. It was inaugurated in 1986 and can accommodate as many 17,000 devotees in its courtyard and the main prayer hall.
  • Other museums and monuments – Tareq Rajab Museum, Mirror House, Scientific Centre, Dar Al Athar Al Islamiyya and Failaka Island are a few other places to visit in Kuwait.

Places to shop in Kuwait

  • Souq Al Mubarakiya is the perfect place to go if you are looking for a more traditional way of shopping. The old market place is stocked with just about everything, from clothing and carpets to lamps, postcards, fresh cookies and aromatic spices. The place is great for buying souvenirs.
  • For a more modern experience, one can shop at the Avenue Mall, the largest shopping mall in Kuwait with over 800 stores featuring some of the high-end global brands.

Best time to visit Kuwait

November to April is the ideal time to visit Kuwait. The cool and pleasant weather during this time is perfect for venturing outdoors. The average temperature hovers around 18-degree Celsius with little or no rain.

Modes of transport

One can hire taxis or cars to travel across Kuwait. The city also has a well-developed bus network. It is well-connected by road and air to the rest of the Arab states.

Weather in Kuwait

Kuwait enjoys a subtropical desert climate with very hot summers and mild winters. During summer, the temperature may go up to 47-degree Celsius, whereas during winter, the temperature may drop to as low as 9-degree Celsius.

Airport in Kuwait

Kuwait International Airport currently has five terminals catering to domestic and international traffic.

  • Airport Address: Kuwait International Airport,
  • IATA code: KWI

FAQs about Kuwait to Delhi flights

What is the baggage allowance on Kuwait to Delhi flights?

IndiGo allows check-in baggage up to 30 kg and hand baggage allowance of 7 kg per passenger on Kuwait to Delhi flights.

Where do I look for flight offers on Kuwait to Delhi route?

While booking air tickets, be sure to look for exclusive discounts and flight offers available on Kuwait to Delhi flight ticket price.

Would I need a separate ticket if I am travelling with my 6-year old child?

Yes, you will have to buy a separate ticket if you are travelling with a 6-year old child.

What are the codes and names for Kuwait and Delhi airports?

The main airport in Delhi is Indira Gandhi International Airport with airport code DEL. The airport in Kuwait is named Kuwait International Airport with airport code KWI.

What is IndiGo Promise?

IndiGo Promise is an exclusive Add-on provided by the airline, which offers protection against lost baggage, flight cancellation and flight delay.

Do IndiGo flights offer alcohol?

IndiGo serves alcohol only on international flights. It can be purchased on-board. However, consumption of liquor bought from duty-free shops is prohibited on-board.

What is the way to book snacks online and what are the charges?

The airline does not serve complimentary snacks on-board. However, customers may pre-book snack while making a reservation or add it later via online or by calling the call centre. Customers can also purchase food items on-board based on availability in case they have not pre-booked snacks.

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