To keep orientation simple during your visit, here you find ground plans and routes to reach the venue
India Expo Centre is located in Greater Noida, near the JP Golf Course and within easy reach of Central Delhi and the international airport on the new 8-lane Greater Noida Expressway.
Hall 9, 10 & 11, India Exposition Centre and Mart Ltd. (IEML)
Address: Plot No. 23 –25 & 27- 29, Knowledge Park – II
Gautam Budh Nagar, Greater NOIDA – 201306
Uttar Pradesh, India
- JP Golfcourse
- Pari Chowk
- Knowledge Park II Metro station
How to get to the exhibition ground
The nearest metro station to reach India Exposition Mart Ltd. is Knowledge Park II Metro Station (Aqua line) which is situated in Noida.
Free shuttle services are usually arranged to and from select locations/ metro stations across the city during the show days (available on a first-come-first-serve basis)
Route 1 : Via Ring Road New Delhi
Take the DND (Noida Toll) bridge and approach Greater Noida exit after the toll booths. Continue past Film City and onto the Expressway.
Route 2 : Via Mathura Road – Apollo Hospital – Kalindi Kunj
Drive past the Apollo Hospital & take left for Kalindi Kunj to reach Amity flyover & take loop to get on the Expressway.
Route 3 : Via Ghaziabad – NH24 – Mayur Vihar
Take NH 24 and continue left from Akshardham Setu on Mayur Vihar – Noida road, through the DND underpass. Continue past Film City and onto the Expressway.
*Free Shuttle Services will be available during show days from select point(s) in the city. Please check this page closer to the show.
The nearest railway stations are Hazrat Nizamuddin Railway station / New Delhi Railway station . Reach venue by Bus/ auto or metro (requires change of line) from here.
It takes 60-90 minutes to travel from Indira Gandhi International Airport to IEML. (Approx distance 49 kms)
From here choose pre-paid taxis or metro (requires change of line) to reach the venue.
About Greater Noida
Greater Noida Industrial Area is located at the intersection of the Western and Eastern Dedicated Freight Corridors and is also the gateway to the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC). It lies within the National Capital Region of India’s capital – New Delhi and is adjacent to Noida, one of the largest industrial townships in Asia.
The integrated township is shaping up as India’s smartest city, the National Capital Region’s most modern urban development centre and its fastest-developing center of attraction. It has emerged as a modern model of far-sighted town planning.