Symphony of Possibilities

Your guide to joining us in New Delhi!

Travel & Transportation


Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL)

Delhi Airport Terminal 3 is one of the biggest terminals in the world, being able to handle up to 40 million passengers per year.

All International flights are operated from T3 as well as some domestic flights.

**Check current covid requirements here


The recommended ways to travel from New Delhi Airport are by Uber or Ola Cab


The Indian Rupee is the currency of India. The currency code for Rupees is INR, and the currency symbol is ₹. 

We recommend that you convert your currency to INR ( Rupees ) before you leave. Second choice is at the airport.


Check current exchange rates at Xe Currency Exchange currency converter.

ATMs are available and credit cards are widely accepted. Credit cards with “plus” option allow cash withdrawal.

*For ease of payment, please let your credit card companies know where and when you will be traveling.

All foreigners need a visa to enter India.

Can I get a visa on arrival in India?
No, you must obtain a visa before taking a flight to India.

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We will require the following information:
Passport name
Passport number
Phone number
Class dates
Approximate travel dates

Wondering what to pack and what the weather forecast is?  We've got you covered!

Check the latest weather forecast here.

What to Bring:

A good rule of thumb is to cover your shoulders and knees.

Natural materials like linen and cotton. Choose an airy drape —midi-skirts, maxi dresses, and harem pants. If you want to wear form-fitting bottoms, like leggings or skinny jeans, pair them with longer tunics or dresses to cover your behind. 

Hemlines may be more conservative in New Delhi, Indian women often wear colorful saris or tunics, so don’t be afraid to pack prints and jewel tones.

No matter the season, our number one recommendation is a scarf, 
shawl, or pashmina. You can wear it as a headscarf in a mosque, over your mouth during dust storms or on bad air quality days, as a shawl to cover bare shoulders, or as an actual scarf during cooler evenings. Pro tip: Pack one and buy the rest in New Delhi as souvenirs.

Class Venue 

Hyatt Regency Delhi
Ring Rd, Bhikaji Cama Place,
Rama Krishna Puram,
New Delhi, Delhi 110066

Venue Website


Hyatt Regency Delhi

Ring Rd, Bhikaji Cama Place,
Rama Krishna Puram,
New Delhi, Delhi 110066

Access Special Rate: 
Single/Double occupancy, includes breakfast and wifi
  • Standard room : 10,000++
  • Suite: 18,000++

Email include the following information:
Name of guests
Check in & check out dates
Mention that you are an Access Consciousness Event participant 

Hotels near venue

Ashtan Sarovar Portico
USD 75 - USD 100 per night
2kms from class venue

Hotel Leela Palace -  a 5 star property
Starts at USD 250 per night
1.3km from venue

Hotel Baljeet Lodge
Starts at USD 30 per night
600 metres from class venue 

Vandana’s Bed and Breakfast
Starts at USD 50 per night
1km from venue 


About New Delhi

New Delhi, The capital of India, is known for its mouth watering gastronomical experience from street food to fine dining experiences. You can also enjoy shopping from street bargains to high end luxury brands.

Some places you could visit:

Dilli Haat - An exciting blend of handicrafts from all over India, food, and cultural and music performances. Open: 10.30 am to 10 pm

Khan Market - A popular U-shaped shopping destination, a storehouse of the city’s most prestigious book shops, opticians, grocers, tailors, home décor stores, with a range of cafes, restaurants, bakeries and street-food including Big Chill and Khan Chacha. Open: 11 am - 11pm

Vasant Kunj Neighbourhood - a great option for shopping and eating. Some of the best restaurants are here.

DLF Promenade in Vasant Kunj is a one-stop-shop for shopping, entertainment, and eateries. It also has a PVR and an open-air space called The Hub (with a giant LED screen, Smoke House Deli and Mocha Arthouse on either side), which is the centre of all its fun activities and events.

For entertainment, there’s Smaaash, which is a cool gaming centre and a PVR Director’s Cut movie hall.

DLF Emporio Mall - the place to be if you want to buy all things luxe. From Dior, Armani to Versace and Gucci, they have it all. There aren't a lot of dining options here, but we’d recommend SET’Z which is a multi-cuisine, fine-dine restaurant with gorgeous outdoor seating. Location : Open: 11 am - 8 pm

Top 20 things to do in New Delhi according to Lonley Planet


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Restaurants & Food Experiences

The Cafe - Hyatt Regency Delhi

Polo Lounge - Hyatt Regency Ground Floor

Vasant Kunj Neighbourhood - a great option for shopping and eating. Some of the best restaurants are here.

TK's Oriental Grill - Teppinyaki grill restaurant.

The China Kitchen - Chinese.

Syrah - Mediterranean, Middle Eastern
Cozy Box - Italian, Mediterranean, European, Turkish
Jamavar - Indian
The Qube - Indian, Asian, International

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