Here you will find all relevant travel & accommodation related information for the international as well as Indian exhibitors
The official currency of India is Indian Rupee (INR).
All major international currencies are accepted in India.
International and Indian banks provide a good number of 24-hour ATMs in most parts of the city. Currency exchange services are readily available with banks, travel agencies and hotels.
In India the electric voltage available is 220 volts AC/50 Hz. Some hotels provide additional 110 volt plug point outlets.
Indian Standard Time (IST)
Indian Standard Time is 5.30 hours ahead of GMT (GMT+5.30 hrs)
You will get prepaid taxi service upon arrival at the airport. There will be lists or boards with the latest prices.
The Delhi Metro is one of the fastest way to commute in Delhi. Recently a superfast airport express has been put in service to connect the airport with the central part of New Delhi.
All major categories (luxury, 5 stars, 4 stars, 3 stars and budget) of hotels have rooms available in New Delhi. The peak season for visiting New Delhi is generally from October to April.
A majority of the international airlines have their offices in New Delhi. The national airlines have their head or branch offices in the city as well.
New Delhi has an extreme climate. It is very hot in summer (April - July) and cold in winter (December - January). The average temperature can vary from 25°C to 45°C during the summer and 22°C to 5°C during the winter.
Kindly contact your doctor in good time before leaving for India. He will inform you about relevant and necessary vaccinations.
All major hotels have doctors on call. You can also get in touch with your Embassy if you need any specialized medical assistance.