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This is one of the largest spice markets in Asia.
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  • Average10%
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“spice market” (18 reviews)
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Reviewed 1 week ago

very commercial and touristy - plus hard to find. the spice markets in smaller towns in India are far more fun and authentic.

Thank Chavelli S
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Khari Baoli was one of the stops on our rickshaw tour through Old Delhi. The colours of the spices are amazing but be warned. If you have a sensitive nose take a deep breath and hold it as you may have to quickly sprint past...More

Thank Lynne R
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Reviewed 27 February 2018

Amazing place full of color and people. Interesting to visit the shops full of all kind of spices, dry fruits and flowers that you can see and taste. large quantities of whatever you can imagine

Thank cad-rentals
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Reviewed 18 January 2018

India is known for it's spices and Khari Baoli in Chawri Bazar Delhi happens to be the paradise for spices lovers. Walk through the narrow lanes and I am sure all your senses will be wide opened with the different and at times strong aromas...More

Thank Kabir K
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Reviewed 9 January 2018

Khari Baoli is supposed to be the largest spice market in Asia, and it sure looks like a huge market. You will also find dry fruits, flowers, rat traps. I went upstairs in a central building, from the roof there is a nice View, including...More

Thank Luis_Andre_Sampaio
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Reviewed 4 December 2017

An absolute must if you like history and are visiting old Delhi. I would call it an ocean of spices. The strong mixed smell, dilapidated buildings in a lazy winter afternoon can easily get you back in the history.

Thank suprakash
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Reviewed 6 August 2017 via mobile

This market, particularly spice market wasn't a place I'd go to twice. People were barging and pushing, everyone's in a hurry and the traffic is a complete nightmare.

Thank lozzaork99
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Reviewed 25 May 2017 via mobile

Whatta place to be... I don't know whether I should rank it high as it is the hub of so many aromatic spices, or should I rank it low for its total and utter chaos... if you are a tourist here, you should never bring...More

Thank Enigmatic89
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Reviewed 18 May 2017 via mobile

It is a street or an old Delhi neighbourhood near Chandni Chowk area. It is famous for its grocery, spice, nuts, herbs market. It is termed as Asia's largest spice market. It was set up around Fatehpuri mosque and during Mughal emperor Shah Jahan it...More

Thank tripsmaker
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Reviewed 12 May 2017

A lot of things to do and see here. I enjoyed walking around the chilies neighbourhood and talked to the people there. They are very friendly. Just don't buy anything at the ground floor where they sell spices and tea.

Thank Ngọc Ngân H
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Raj A
13 March 2018|
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Response from Raj A |
Am ask to open to khari bawli market today
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SababaQueen
13 January 2017|
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Response from CurryAndRice |
Markets generally open during late mornings. Most shops don't open before 10 AM.
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Meidad H
7 September 2016|
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Chandni Chowk area is closed on Sunday and so is Connaught Place and Daryaganj. All major markets close of different days, so if one is closed, some other will be open (eg Karol Bagh)
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