Travel to the secret place, is not it very exciting? Yes, it is, if you are a travel lover and just love to explore then, it will be your most exciting trip to Delhi. We know so many monuments and places in Delhi to travel around, but what about some hidden and secret places which are not very famous among tourists. I know you are excited to know these places. Delhi is the capital of our country and has more than 100 tourist places and about 15 to 17 hidden places to travel around. In this article I am discovering 7 hidden places in Delhi. Which will takes one day to explore all beautiful 7 places. I suggest you to book Delhi one day tour package by car and just explore the joy of traveling and disclose the hidden place in your travel diary journal. Be it a famous historical monument or the very old ruins of the previous era, there are many hidden charms in Delhi, which are yet to be traveled to their fullest probable. From architectural, from haunted to religion, and from historical to entrenched deep in culture, these 15 hidden places in Delhi reflect the main-old charm that will force you to walk through the wonderful past of India’s capital, once again! Hidden Historical Sites in Delhi Satpula Bridge The meaning is 'seven bridges' in both the Urdu and Hindi origin; it is one of the most remarkable secreted places in Delhi. Located in the close nearness with Khirki Masjid, the Satpula Bridge seized a lot of historical importance as it not only served as the water harvesting dam, but was also a wall of security during Sultan Muhammad Shah Tughlaq’s reign. Satpula Bridge Located at Khidki Village, Malviya Nagar, New Delhi and the nearest metro station are Malviya Nagar. Hijron Ka Khanqah Date back to the period of Lodi dynasty, this place is a very old, holy, and a popular land where eunuchs were obscured and buried. Recognized before the rise of the Mughals and as in history as it may be, it still remains as one of the secret places in Delhi, which is maintained by the eunuchs be located in the area of Turkman Gate in New Delhi. Hijron Ka Khanqah Located at Paani Tank Road, Zero Street, Sana’a, Mehrauli, New Delhi and the nearby metro station is Qutub Minar. Delhi War Cemetery There is no superior sacrifice than of a soldier being paid martyred for his or her country. And in gratitude, admiration, and esteem to the sacrificial courage of the Indian soldiers, one of the most important hidden charms in Delhi remains that of the Delhi War Cemetery which was built in 1951. Along with Indian soldiers, a lot of Dutch and British soldiers have also been laid down to rest at this monument. It is located in Delhi Cantonment, New Delhi and the nearest metro station is Dhaula Kuan. Delhi War Cemetery The opening hours are Monday to Friday at 09:00 AM to 05:00 PM and closed for weekend. Santushti Shopping Complex One of the most excellent kept secrets of Delhi, the cream of the crop and elegant Santushti Shopping Complex offers a classy shopping experience. And if you didn’t know this before, it's in fact run by the Air Force Wives Association. From footwear to clothing, Ayurvedic products and jewelry are also available; find every designer label that you’re looking for, exactly here! It is located at Chanakya Puri, Race Course Road, New Delhi and the nearest metro station is Lok Kalyan Marg (formerly Race Course). Santushti Shopping Complex The opening hours are Monday to Saturday at 10:00 AM to 08:00 PM; Closed on Sundays. Sanjay Van A green forest spread over an area of more than 780 acres of soil between Vasant Kunj and Mehrauli, It is one of those secreted places to visit near Delhi, which people are know about but do not gather sufficient guts to explore it due to the related ghost stories. On the contrary, this rambling park has much fame off-lately amidst the localities, and is considered to be rising as one of the best places to walk and cycling. Sanjay Van It is located at Vasant Kunj, New Delhi and the nearby metro station is Chattarpur. Bhardwaj Lake of Asola Established and sustain by the Delhi Wildlife Department, Bhardwaj Lake is one of the minor known and hidden places in Delhi. Located in the Faridabad, one can cosset in actions like swimming and trekking on the marked trail. As it is located in an isolated area, everybody is advised to be on a safer side and try to travel around this area in groups while being sure everybody returns before the sun goes down. It is located in the Asola Wild Life Sanctuary, Asola, New Delhi and the nearby metro station is Badarpur. Bhardwaj Lake of Asola Opening hours are Monday to Friday - 09:30 am to 05:00 pm; closed for weekend. Bhuli Bhatiyari Ka Mahal Located within the building of the Bhuli Bhatiyari Regional Park, this hidden palace, of which only the ruins remain at here, is one of the spookiest secreted places in Delhi. Many famous to have been manufactured by the famous emperor Feroz Shah Tughlaq in the 14th century, exploring this supposed haunted Mahal, which is situated right behind the Bagga Link near Karol Bagh, is totally not for the soft-hearted. Bhuli Bhatiyari Ka Mahal The exact location is Central Ridge Reserve Forest, Jhandewalan, New Delhi and the nearby Jhandewalan metro station. These are some most exciting hidden places and have the perfect combination of Delhi city tour. I am sure you will add these amazing places in your traveling list. You can make your trip to Delhi more exciting by visiting these places. The most amazing thing in these places is you can explore these places in Delhi sightseeing tour package, we are providing customized tour option so you can add and remove destination according to choice and preference.