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A bustling market in Kolkata, Chandni Chowk has earned the title of being the place when it comes to finding pirated stuff in Kolkata. Ever crowded, the streets are lined with stalls selling fancy lights and decor items, mobile accessories, second hand items and fruits. The shops here deal in cheap electronics (TV’s, music systems, mobile phones, DVD players, speakers), household items (decor, clocks, curtains, kitchen equipment), hardware (plastic and metal pipes, mechanic tools, iron grills), pirated CD’s and DVD’s and a lot more. In terms of getting to this place, the Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport is around 17 km away while the Howrah Station is around 5 km away. The Esplanade Bus Terminus is just 2 km from this landmark while the Chandni Chowk Metro station is merely 500 metres away. Looking for a hotel in or close to Chandni Chowk? Given its reputation as a commercial hub, there are quite a few budget hotels and guest houses that provide very basic accommodation at economical rates. This aside, there are 2-star and 3-star rated hotels close to Chandni Chowk that offer decent services and clean rooms without having you spend much. As for Treebo Hotels in Chandni Chowk, quality and comfort is what we promise while going easy on your pocket. With the iconic New Market just 900 metres away, there’s much to do in terms of shopping, entertainment and eating out. Biryani House, Nizam’s, Armenia, Scoop, Nahoum’s, Kathleen's, Sabir’s, Chung Wah, Crystal Chimney and Coffee House are just some of the many places where you can find delicious food and baked delights. With New Empire, a popular single screen theatre close by, you can always catch the latest Hollywood or Bollywood flick here. For street shopping, Chandni Chowk is the best place followed by the pavements of Dharmatala and Esplanade. The Indian National Museum, Victoria Memorial, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Park Street, Birla Planetarium and Zoo are popular tourist attractions close to Chandni Chowk.
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