Being Delhi’s one of the most affluent and decadent areas, South Delhi features some of the fascinating tourist attractions which are truly unmissable sights that travellers from across the globe come to visit. The Humayun’s Tomb is one of the most significant representation of the Mughal Architecture built in the 16th century. Visiting the place one could take a walk around to explore the marvelous structure. The Safdarjung Madarsa is yet another place to visit in South Delhi which is visited by the tourists. The structure is the last garden tomb that marks the end of the Mughal architectural style. Visiting the place, one would find the interior of the mausoleum captivating with hidden stairways leading to a large podium and the Charbagh garden. Built in the shape of a lotus, the Lotus Temple in South Delhi is made of striking, pure white marble. The sight of the temple is amazing and visiting the temple one shouldn’t miss out the nine pools that surround the temple. The Kalkaji Temple which is dedicated to the Hindu goddess Kali, is a popular temple and tourist attraction which is visited by the locals and tourists all throughout the year especially during the Navratri Festival. For budget shopaholics, there could be no better place than Sarojini Nagar in South Delhi which is popular not only among the students but also the tourists coming to visit Delhi. Also, one can visit the Central Market of Lajpat Nagar, Nehru Place which is a hub of electronics and gadgets. Other than these, tourists can also make a visit to Lodhi Garden, Hauz Khas Village and Deer Park, Qutub Minar, Mehrauli Archaeological Site, Mocha Art House, Dilli Haat and more.