The Garden Of Five Senses
The Garden is situated in Saidul Ajaib village, opposite Saket, near the Mehrauli heritage area in Delhi, India. This Garden is spread over 20 acres. The park was designed by Delhi architect, Pradeep Sachdeva, and developed by Delhi Tourism and Transportation Development Corporation at the cost of Rs 10.5 crore (105,000,000 rupees), over a period of three years and was opened publically in February 2003.
This park is not very old only 13 years old. Thus not much history behind the park but the beauty and atmosphere of the park inspires us to build more park as well as the greenery maintain in your locality.
Western Marg, Near Saket Metro Station, Said-ul-Ajaib Village, New Delhi, Delhi 110030
Type of Place
- Senior Citizen
- IGI Airport.
- Saket Metro Station.
- H. Nizamuddin Railway Station.
- Timing: 9:00 AM To 7:00 PM (April to September)
9:00 AM To 6:00 PM (October to March)
Entry Charges: Rs. 20 (Adults), Rs 10 (senior citizen and kids up to 12 years), free for handicapped.
- The garden of five senses is partly built over rocky terrain, the garden has several theme areas, including a section on the lines of Mughal Gardens, bamboo courts, herb gardens and solar energy park which attracts the most.
Things to Buy
- Elegant handicrafts, Furniture items, Jewellery, Trendy designer wears, Books.
Things to Eat
- Momos, Biryani, Butter Chicken, Nihari with Roomaly, Chole Bhature, Chaat, Paranthas etc.
Things to enjoy
- The Garden is arranged to inspire one's sensory responses to the environment. An amalgamation of colour and fragrance, texture and form evoke the awareness of touch, smell, sight, sound and taste is very much enjoyable out there. Most of the works of art are energetic, making it more interactive to the visitors. You may enjoy as well the following areas in the park- Khas Bagh (the spiral walkway), Well-lit fountains, attractive shrubs of flowers planted beautifully around the Colour Gardens.