Cheap Flights from Perth to New Dehli (PER to DEL)

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Compare Cheap Perth to New Delhi Flights

Book your flights from Perth (PER) to New Delhi (DEL) and discover one of India's most captivating cities. Split between the old and new; you'll get to explore a mix of tradition and modernity. New Delhi's history stretches back for hundreds of years. It's Yamuna River is considered one of the most sacred rivers in Hinduism. The city is also home to beautiful monuments, delicious restaurants that feature dishes from all over India and it's bustling bazaars. It's the perfect holiday destination for Aussies looking to soak up a new culture and discover a country that is nothing like Australia.

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The best time to visit New Delhi

The best time to visit New Delhi is between October and March. You'll be in time for some of India's biggest cultural events like Diwali and Holi. The temperatures are also mild, making it easy to explore the city on foot. However, you'll need to book your return flights from Perth to New Delhi in advance as it's a popular time to travel and airlines increase their prices. For budget travellers, you'll have better luck finding deals during New Delhi's summer months (April to May) and monsoon season (June to September). The lull in tourism forces hotels to drop their rates and you'll have the city's top attractions all to yourself.

Departing From Perth

Perth Airport (PER) is one of the busiest airports in Australia. You can book cheap return airfares from Perth to New Delhi with leading airlines such as Singapore Airlines, China Southern and Air Asia. Flights from PER to DEL usually require a stopover in cities like Singapore, Kuala Lumpur and Bangkok.

Getting to Perth Airport

If you're travelling on a budget, the best way to get from Perth's CBD to the airport is with the local bus. Airbus A380 and bus 40 run every single day from the city to the departure terminals. You can also use the buses to take you back to the city after you return from your trip to India. If you're looking for a shorter commute, flag down a cab or use a ride-sharing service. Both Ola and Uber operate in Perth, and a one-way trip from the CBD costs on average $43 AUD.

Parking at Perth Airport

Whether you're planning a trip to India for a week or longer, Perth Airport has a selection of parking options to suit your needs. Here are the three parking bays available at the airport.

Where to Park at Perth Airport

  • Short Term: For day travellers, park your car here. It offers the lowest hourly rates and is the most cost-effective option if you're leaving your car at Perth Airport for less than 24 hours.
  • Long Term: If you're travelling to New Delhi for a week or more, use Perth Airport's long-term lot. The daily parking rates start at $10 AUD, and you can use the free shuttle bus to save time getting between the lot and the terminal building.
  • Fast Track: For the utmost in convenience, choose this parking lot. With only 230 bays, it's the most exclusive parking option at Perth Airport and is only a short walk away from the check-in counters.

Arriving in New Delhi

Indira Gandhi International Airport is one of the busiest and best airports in the region. During the 2015 Skytrax World Airport Awards, it took home the prize for Best Airport in Central Asia.

How to Get from Indira Gandhi International Airport to Your New Delhi Hotel or Accommodation

If you want to save time getting to your hotel, use the airport's taxi service. There are only three official operators, and all cabs are fitted with a GPS to ensure the fare is tracked correctly. You'll find the drivers waiting outside of the arrivals terminal. For travellers looking to cut costs on transportation, take the Metro Express train from the airport into the city. It has a total journey time of 25-minutes, and fares cost between INR 10-60 ($0.20 - $1.18 AUD) depending on the total distance travelled. The trains operate from 4:45 am to 11:30 pm every day. Another affordable option is the local bus. There are several operators to choose from, and most run every 30-minutes from the departure terminals to the CBD. However, it's not the best option if you have large luggage. The buses fill up quickly, and some do not come with air conditioning.

Things to do in New Delhi

Visit the Red Fort

The Red Fort is one of New Delhi's top attractions. Built in 1648 by Shah Jahan it served as the seat of power for the Mughal's until 1857. Enter through the ancient Lahore Gate, browse the 17th-century bazaar and wander past the ornate galleries.

Go to the top of Qutub Minar

Qutub Minar is the tallest minaret in India. It's a five-story tower that was completed in the 12th-century and is covered in carvings from the Koran as well as the history of Qutub.

Marvel at the India Gate

The India Gate is the country's version of the Arc de Triomphe in Paris. It is a memorial to the Indian soldiers killed in WW1, and the names of 90,000 soldiers are inscribed on its walls.

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