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Asia’s largest subcity!

What is the largest subcity in Asia with tremendous growth possibility and a track record of tremendous growth? Make way for the magic that is Dwarka!

  • Things to look forward
    • Sukrit
    • Male
    • Working
    8.0

    Reviewed 1 year, 8 months, 30 days ago

    I'm working with Adobe and have been living in Sector 23 for the past 3 years. I enjoy cricket, music and dancing. I like the residents, facilities and the transport connectivity. Delhi Metro and Airport Expressway are at doorstep. For eateries, there are local markets, roll corners and common food joints. It's a slightly expensive place but a cheerful society. There are big flats, good people, nice maintenance, proper connectivity, wide roads and greenery.

    • Ankush
    • Male
    • Student
    9.0

    Reviewed 1 year, 8 months, 30 days ago

    I'm a local resident of Dwarka and presently pursuing my MBA. I enjoy travelling, reading, Cricket and Badminton. I like the ambience here. Commute facilities of Metro and buses are indeed good. There are McD, Dominos, etc. for hanging out. There are water problems in the area though they will be resolved very soon but it's to the Next South-Ex of Delhi.

  • Not so good things
    • Arpan
    • Male
    • Student
    5.0

    Reviewed 1 year, 9 months, 5 days ago

    Buy a plot here in time and reap its benefits till the end of time. I'm a final year student pursuing my B.Tech. from Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology, Sector 3, Dwarka. I shifted here 5 years ago from Janakpuri. Good Points : Nice roads Utilities easily available Metro within reach Many mini malls Sports facilities in apartments Bad Points : Poor street lights Insecure at night Waterlogging on streets Still developing Sector 22 and 23 malls have good Chinese food outlets. Railway line is also a nice hangout spot. A small lake is also there. Commuting is okayish. Bus services are good although one needs to switch buses in order to reach, let's say 8 km far. Metro connectivity is great, still personal cars are a must. Water facility is improving. Public transport can be a lot better. Lot of schools for students here.

    • Jai
    • Male
    • Working
    5.0

    Reviewed 1 year, 9 months, 5 days ago

    I am currently working for Omicron Electronics as an Area Sales Manager and shifted here from Bangalore 8 months ago. Hopeless is the word I'd use for this place. Dwarka has wide roads and quite a few metro stations, close proximity to my office as well as the airport. But the amenities and food joints are horrible, nothing major apart from KFC. There is a small place called Ramphal Chowk where there are some pathetic food outlets. None of them have an AC or proper sitting arrangements. The crowd in and around my PG is very low standard. There aren't any well to do families living in the area I live in. Apart from this, the commute options are good. That's the only good part about this area. Cycle rickshaws, battery operated vehicles & busses are easily available, whereas the other kind of facilities aren't even average.

  • Expect to find
    • Shilpi
    • Female
    • Student
    8.0

    Reviewed 1 year, 8 months, 30 days ago

    Dwarka is my hometown and am currently pursuing MBA here. I enjoy listening to music, watching movies and socialising. Commuting is very easy from here, thanks to Metro, autos and buses. Though there are not many hangout places around, there are good regular fast food joints. It's a clean, planned and a peaceful city.

    • Mukund
    • Male
    • Student
    8.0

    Reviewed 1 year, 8 months, 30 days ago

    I'm presently pursuing my MBA and have been living in Dwarka for the past 10 years. I love cricket, movies and music. The facilities I like here are the broad roads, shopping facilities, urban amenities and metro station. Every major fast food joint is available. Metro and autos are available but availability of buses is less. There is a lack of cleanliness as well. For me, it's Dwarka, the new place of standard living.

In & Around

Every pocket in Dwarka has a bunch of plazas that hold a lot of nice places to eat. Whether you want to eat pizzas, dosas, golgappas, sweets, momos, chowmein, shawarma – Dwarka has you covered! Fast food chains such as KFC, Dominos, McDonalds, Subway and all of that is also present. There are food vans present in nooks and corners that are exciting.

Meet Aditya!

Dwarka, New Delhi

I have been living in this area since the past 9 years. I moved to Delhi with my family in 2006. I am working as an Analyst with a business consulting firm based out of Gurgaon. Automobiles, F1, Technology, Electronic Music and the like.

 


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What others are saying

  • Akshay
  • Male
  • Student
9.0

Reviewed 1 year, 8 months, 26 days ago

I consider Dwarka to be one of the best places in Delhi. I like this place because it is much away from city din. Its a well planned place with mostly residential buildings.


  • Nishita
  • Female
  • Student
7.0

Reviewed 1 year, 10 months, 27 days ago

A well structured and peaceful place to live in.

  • Sonam
  • Female
  • Student
8.0

Reviewed 1 year, 11 months, 24 days ago

Dwarka is a place which is connecting many metro stations and its a well planned and executed area with many more tremendous growth opportunities.