- Spread over an area of 176-acre, the Delhi Zoo is surrounded by beautiful gardens and a hill on one side, and a picturesque lake on the other. A favoured spot for the migratory birds, it also holds numerous exhibits and enclosures of rare animals and birds. The zoo is a favorite with the kids and a popular picnic place for Delhiites. Do yourself a favor and don't go on a Sunday, it is spilling over the brim with visitors. It also has an early 17th century Kos Minar, built by Jehangir, son of emperor Akbar, at every kos (four miles) between Agra and Lahore.
Admission fee for foreigners: Rs. 50
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