The famous capital of India, a district in the city of Delhi, is the second most populated city in the world. Thousands of digital nomads flock to New Delhi with coliving firmly in mind. The city is diverse, full of history, and has a thriving present.
The multi-ethnic and multi-cultural lifestyle here gives New Delhi a cosmopolitan vibe. There is something about the hustle and bustle of the city that makes it a forever favorite. People from all over the world come to New Delhi to work, study, and travel. It's because of this that everyone speaks English, making it so easy to work and live here.
Designed by a British architect, the city portrays British power and supremacy. With bold, beautiful temples and monuments, it is no wonder it is one of the top 10 cities to visit in the world. The Lotus Temple, made entirely from marble, takes the shape of the flower. As the name, it represents peace and is a tranquil spot to meditate and pray. Remember to keep it down; the temple is strict on silence.
The day trip to the magnificent Taj Mahal is an absolute must. The sheer size and beauty that radiates from the mausoleum earn it one of the most visited tourist sites in the world. New Delhi is also home to the tallest brick structure in the world at 73 meters tall.
Delhi has one of India's largest bus transport systems and a metro that ranks 12th in the world's most extended metro system and voted 2nd best in the world. The public transport system runs entirely on compressed natural gas. These are some of the reasons digital nomads come to New Delhi to live and work. It is easy to get around without owning a vehicle using safe and reliable public transport.
With a significant digital nomad presence for many years, the city has gone above and beyond to make remote working and coworking as easy as possible. From cafes and gyms to hundreds of affordable coliving options, it is no wonder that people come from far and wide to live in vibrant New Delhi.
Here are some fun facts about New Delhi:
- Delhi is one of the greenest cities in the world, with 20% of Delhi's landmass covered by forest.
- The metro has over 184 miles of track.
- Delhi has the highest number of vehicles registered compared to other regions.
- New Delhi has an International Museum of Toilets if you ever wondered about the history of indoor plumbing.