Garden of Five Senses

LocationSaket, Delhi (Map)
Entry Fee & TimingsINR 30 for adults, INR 10 for children and INR 10 for senior citizens. Opens at 9:00 am to 7:00 pm (Monday close),
Place TypePark & Garden, Nature Sites and Parks
Place visit withFamily, Friends, Solo, Parants, Siblings, Youngsters
Best time to visitJanuary, February, March, April, May, June
Nearest MetroSaket Metro Station (1 KM) Qutab Minar Metro Station (1 KM)


About Garden of Five Senses

The Garden of Five Senses is a wonderful park that offers a plethora of activities built by Delhi Tourism. It was specially designed as a recreational area where people could relax and socialize. It makes the city more lively and serves as an ideal gathering place for all social groups. Spread across 20 acres, this breathtaking space was unveiled in February 2003. Everyone is greeted by the majestic rocks and steel birds perched atop the pillars.

This garden is divided into several parts. The main attraction of the garden is its tranquil waterfall surrounded by fragrant bushes. The aim of this garden is to stimulate the senses of the individual in relation to the environment. It stimulates the senses of smell, touch, sight, taste and sound through a wonderful blend of fragrance and colour, texture and form.

Architecture of Garden of Five Senses

The lawns aim, as its name suggests, to enhance, beautify and delight the five senses – smell, sight, sound, taste and touch. As you enter the entrance, you are immediately immersed in a mix of smell, texture and form. The social and recreational area includes sandstone blocks, an open amphitheatre and an open performance area.

The original construction of the city is depicted in the stonework of the boundary and dome-shaped complex. The garden houses over twenty-five sculptures and artefacts, making it one of India’s largest collections of public art.

  1. Because of its original idea, The Garden of the Five Senses has been included in the Limca eBook of Records.
  2. The greatest garden in India is the Garden of the Five Senses, where you may find stores selling alcohol.
  3. This lawn’s major feature is a recreation of Rashtrapati Bhavan’s Mughal lawn. The main idea was to provide a place of leisure where people might congregate and unwind.
  4. It is the perfect location for both exploration and public interaction. Delhi Tourism Transport Development Corporation carried out the project.
  5. Design Concept: The garden was designed by architect Pradeep Sachdeva and was inaugurated in February 2003. It’s not just a botanical garden but also an experimental space where people can engage with nature through various activities.
  6. Themes: The garden is divided into various themed areas, each catering to different senses. For example, the Khas Bagh area focuses on sight, with beautiful landscape design and visual aesthetics, while the Neel Bagh area caters to sound, featuring waterfalls and chirping birds.

How to reach Garden of Five Senses

By Bus: Saiduljab is 15 minutes’ walk from The Garden of Five Senses’ bus station.

By Metro: Saket, the closest metro station to The Garden of Five Senses, is 16 minutes’ walk away.

By Road: The Garden of Five Senses is easily accessible from this location and may also be reached by auto or rickshaw.

Nearby famous places

  • from Qutub Minar Garden of Five Senses, 1.7 km
  • Garden of Five Senses is 19 minutes distant from Mehrauli Archaeological Park.
  • Garden of Five Senses, Chhatarpur Mandir, 2.2 kilometres away
  • from Gourmet Desire, 3.7 kilometres away Five Senses Garden
  • Connaught Place is 21 minutes away from Blue Terra Spa. Five Senses Garden
  • Start your 2.7-kilometer CityWalk journey at the Garden of Five Senses.
  • The Tomb and Mosque of Jamali Kamali, located 24 minutes away from the Garden of Five Senses
  • Tours of Food Delhi Five Senses, 5.8 kilometres
  • Five Senses in V3S Mall is 21 minutes away.
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