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“Its a Delhite thing !!!”

Garden of Five Senses
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US$49.40*
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8-Hour Private Custom Tour of Delhi
Ranked #151 of 446 things to do in New Delhi
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Fee: No
Recommended length of visit: 1-2 hours
Owner description: This garden is designed to stimulate all five senses with its beauty and attractions and give us a chance to touch, smell, hear and see our natural surroundings
Reviewed 29 March 2014

Its a paradise for delhites.away from the chaos of the city a cool peaceful place,small area,not that big,but beautifully conceptualised.it rained on the day we went.though it created a problem on our roaming around,but when the rain stopped,it was heaven on earth. must go for all delhi residents,but i guess for the tourists who come to delhi only for a few days,it may not worth their time.nearest metro station is saket.around 1.5 kms from here,auto will take rs 30.entry fee is rs 20/adult n rs 10 / child.camera fees rs 56 . you can have quite an enoyable time here,more so for the couples !!!

1  Thank gourahari
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Reviewed 27 March 2014

Yes there is greenery. Sparsely rocky terrain... nothing extraordinary. A few statues here and there. The view from top most point has nothing much to be spoken about.

You would find love birds flocking everywhere...periodically coming out of some corner.

The open theater is good... if some activity is going on. Usually Garden of Five Senses is at its best during occasions like Navratri... Otherwise not much of a visit.

In case u do visit and want to eat.. Fio is a good restaurant which has drinks. Slightly expensive. If you have nothing else to do and want to visit somewhere... Go visit CP instead.

2  Thank RakeshJena_IIM
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Reviewed 26 March 2014

Beautiful flower arrangement. It closes by 6 so you need to bear with the heat.
Many things mentioned in the map at the entrance, but none of them can be located.
Not even a single corner is free from vulgarity. It is just another park that is occupied with illicit couple activities that you can't ever click yourself standing next to a beautiful plant/bush as you're actually bothering their privacy.
I found little kids playing, unaware of the fact that two other couples are right next to their playing area.Pity on them.

Not them but the visitor wandering for beauty is the odd one out.

Not recommended for family at all, especially with kids.

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Reviewed 23 March 2014

One of the few spots left in delhi where you can see so many flowers and trees. A well maintained park and awesome restaurants .

7  Thank Ashish_Gaurav
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Reviewed 12 March 2014

The park is really well developed and nicely maintained.
However, the entry from the amin road and surroundings are not upto the mark.
The place does not have any good restaurant which is open for lunch.
The park is full of young couples in day time leaving little space for the families.
However, the themes and gardens deserve appreciation.

6  Thank Tavelforfun
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