South Delhi, comes out as a clear winner when it comes to anything and everything you want to explore or try in the city. And in the same part of the city lies the Garden of Five Senses, one of the most visited gardens in Delhi. Kicking off in the year 2013, the garden was sculpted with the aim to soothe the five senses of the human body with the beauty of nature. The tourist spot is mostly visited for its Khaas Bagh which was inspired by Mughal Gardens, its man-made wonders and a number of other facilities. The place envelops natural beauty in abundance and travellers should come here with a lot of time in hand. A good weather is a plus point when coming to the Garden of Five Senses as only then one can enjoy shopping, exciting events, and the delectable food here. Furthermore, the garden is also known as one of the famous spots where a number of cultural events, food festivals and traditional festivals take place really often.
Garden of Five Senses is open from 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM
Western Marg, Said-ul-Ajaib Village, New Delhi, Delhi 110030
How to Reach?
Saket serves as the nearest metro station to Garden of Five Senses. The metro station falls on the Yellow Line of Delhi Metro and is situated some 1.2km away from the garden.