Garden of Five Senses Delhi (India)
The garden of five senses is not just a park. it is a space designed to stimulate one's sensory response to the environment. an ambitious project of Delhi tourism the garden is a 20-acre spectacular beautiful site designed as a public leisure area close to the ancient village off Said-ul-Ajaib near the historic heritage area of Mehrauli, Qutub Minar awe-inspiring India's highest single tower and a world heritage monument, is in its close proximity. The garden was inaugurated in 2003 and has been very popular ever since. A garden in Delhi seeks to provide a soothing antidote to the hustle bustle of the capital city. Living in the capital city of Delhi is already a true wakening of the senses. These is a riot of color, noise, touch, taste, and smell. The garden of five senses in Delhi is a place to unwind and revel in the gift of the senses and to recharge oneself. The place appeals to all the five senses in a measured manner to provide a balm to the frenzied mind.
The summer heat in Delhi is scorching but one good thing about this is that people begin to retreat during this time of the year. The place would be less crowded and you can enjoy the place in all its beauty without any rush. But if you insist on the best climate to visit Delhi, then I guess it would be from July to October. This way you avoid the scorching heat and the jittering cold of Delhi; a perfect balance between the heat and the cold.
Near Saket Metro Station, Mehrauli-Badarpur Road, Said Ul Ajaib Village, Mittal Garden, Sainik Farm, New Delhi, Delhi, 110030, India
Suggested duration:3 to 4 hours
Open and Closing Time
Visiting Time: 9AM to 7PM
Entry Fee: For Adults:30 per person For Children (Upto 12 yrs of age):10 per person For Senior Citizens:10 per person For Handicapped:0 free entry
Near By Attraction
Lal Quila Akshardham Purana Qila, Raj Ghat Mughal Gardens Hotels available near by Garden of Five Senses
Distance between New Delhi Railway Station and Garden Of Five Senses is 11.2 miles or 9.7 nautical miles
Distance between Saket Metro Station and Garden Of Five Senses is 0.6 miles or 0.5 nautical miles
Application Availability Which Save Some Money
Zomato ,Swiggy(Provide lip-smacking food in cheap price). Uber,Ola(Provide 24/7 Cab Services).
Interesting facts about Garden of Five Senses
In the quaint little village of Saidul Ajaib, lays a beautiful garden sprawling over 25 acres of land.
The Garden of Five Senses is the brain child of Delhi Tourism Development Corporation and was skilfully crafted with the able hands of Pradeep Sachdeva.
Strewn with several restaurants, you can indulge in local as well as international cuisines at the Garden of Five Senses..
The place is a strictly plastic free zone. So, make sure you don’t have any plastics. Even if you do, properly deposit it in the waste bin.
Complete with narrow winding pathways, lush groves and dells together coupled with small ponds and water fountains, the Garden of five senses is definitely a change from the metro life.