1-Jantar Mantar Jantar Mantar is the first tourist spot that can be visited when you come to New Delhi, India. Jantar Mantar is a building of astronomical tools built by Maharaja Jai Singh II of Jaipur in 1724. Humayun, the second Mughal emperor, is buried in this tomb,, the first great example of a Mughal garden tomb and inspiration for several later monuments, such as the incomparable Taj Mahal. Built-in 1565 by a Persian architect Mirak Mirza Ghiyas, it was commissioned by Humayun’s senior widow, Haji Begum. Often called ‘a dormitory of the House of Timur,’ the graves in its chambers include Humayun’s wives and Dara Shikoh, Shah Jahan’s scholarly son. Also in the complex are the Afsarwala Tomb, the octagonal tomb and mosque of Isa Khan, a noble at Sher Shah’s court, and the tomb of Humayun’s favorite barber. The Arab ki Sarai housed the Persian masons who built the tomb.” -Eyewitness Travel DelhiThe building of astronomical tools is used to measure calendars and astrology at that time. This place is suitable for those of you who like the world of astronomy or astrology, it is better to visit this place to conduct research as you add insight into astronomical tools regarding measurement of calendar and astrology. Explore the best of Delhi with Family tour packages. 2-Humayun’s Tomb Humayun’s tomb is the second tourist spot that can be visited if you come to New Delhi, India. Humayun’s tomb is the tomb of the Mughal emperor named Humayun. This tomb was built by his wife, Bega Begum, in 1562 and also entered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1993. Therefore, this tomb is also one of the historical sights that can be visited. This tomb building was designed by Mirak Mirza Ghiyas, a Persian architect chosen by Bega Begum. This complex is the first tombs in the Indian subcontinent. The location of this tomb is precisely in East Nizamuddin, near Dina-arrow which is also known by the name Purana Qila. This tomb is also the first structure to use red sandstone on a large scale at that time. 3-Birla Mandir Temple and Iskon Temple Birla Mandir Temple and Iskon Temple are the third tourist attractions that can be visited when you come to New Delhi, India. Birla Mandir Temple is a temple that has a characteristic roof resembling a brick-red stupa so many people visit this place to perform prayer rituals and request for it because it is a sacred place for residents living in New Delhi. The location of the Birla Mandir temple is located at Mandir Marg near Connaught Place. While Iskon Temple, the location is located in the East of Kailash area, South New Delhi. 4- Garden of Five Senses The Garden of Five Senses is the fourth tourist spot that can be visited when you come to New Delhi, India with group tour packages. This one park is also suitable to be used as a tourist spot to relax while enjoying a garden sauce with a stretch of green grass and trees that also adorn the garden. Therefore, this park is also recommended to be visited as a tourist place like Lodhi Garden, even though this park is not a tomb but only a garden usually which also has its own charm so it will make many visitors come to this park.