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All You Need To Know About The Garden Of Five Senses In Delhi

By Kavya Bhardwaj

Updated - Sept. 29, 2018 4 min read

Before you indulge in reading this post, make sure you read our master post on Places to visit in Delhi: Dilli Darshan - Best Restaurants in DelhiBest Restaurants in CP and Top Romantic Restaurants in Delhi


Garden of five senses one of the most beautiful tourist attractions in Delhi, The Garden in Every Sense and Seasons was developed by Delhi Tourism Transportation Development Corporation and inaugurated in February 2003. It’s a place to socialize and unwind while also being able to enjoy the beauty of nature. It’s located in Saidul Ajaib village, near Saket metro station and is spread over a magnificent 20 acres of land. Activities like tourism, exploration of nature, social gatherings, various cultural events, and a lot more similar activities can be performed and enjoyed here. Just name anything and you have it here!  




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Now let's talk about what all you might find when you get there.


Right when you enter, you’ll find stainless steel birds mounted on slate-clad pillars waiting to welcome you. Then as you cross the wide plaza after the entrance and walk through the high-low, zigzag walkway, you will be greeted by a herd of elephants, beautifully cut in stone, exhibiting the exceptional skills of sculptors.




The garden is further divided into many parts, known for their own special characteristics. One of them is the Khas Bagh, giving an impression like that of the Mughal Garden. It is set beside streams of slowly flowing water and fragrant shrubs and flowers that lead towards a series of fountains.



Walk further down the path following the faint fragrances, and you’ll find yourself reaching a rocky ridge. Amidst the rocks, there is a stainless-steel sculpture inspired by a pinwheel.


A little while later, you’ll reach the Neel Bagh, which is basically a Bagh of water lilies, lotuses, and many more colorful flowers and plants set in the middle of a pond.


Look up and you’ll see hundreds of wind chimes hanging from a spiral structure singing with delight for you.



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The highest place in the garden is the Khwabgah, a must visit for religious and curious people. From here, you can see the green cover and the flower shrubs. A sight worth cherishing, especially in the evening.


Also, there is a prayer ground a little further where there are statues of little children praying. The garden has many other sculptures and statues too, symbolizing different things.



And let’s not forget the Solar Park and Amphitheater.



Immaculately designed landscape with numerous theme areas, a section on the lines of Mughal Gardens, bamboo courts, pools with water lilies, herb gardens and solar energy park, is what the Garden of Five Senses is all about.


Your Perfect Date Spot In Garden Of Five Senses

Fio Country Kitchen and Bar

Right next to the main entrance, lies this beautiful open bar which is literally a treat for your eyes. The open layout of the restaurant is the perfect spot to catch a bite in the Delhi breeze, in the evening and it’s also an amazing restaurant for when you want to impress your date. Try Chicken Garlic Prawns, Country Bruschetta along with an Apple Martini, which will make your day.


Highlights: Candle Light, Fine Dining, Exquisite Meal, Romantic Ambiance, Open Air Seating, Live Music
Must-Haves: Melon Pizza, Minestrone Soup, Chocolate Mudpie
Cost For Two: INR 3000
Cuisines: European, North Indian, Pizza, Healthy Food
Address: Gate 1, The Garden of Five Senses, Saiyad Ul Ajaib, Saket, New Delhi (Get Directions)



It has to be your next date destination for sure, the ambience of this romantic restaurant will leave you awestruck. It's high time you take your bae for an unforgettable date as Fio has a lot to offer. Indulge in exquisite meals while sipping on your favorite glass of wine under candle-lit cabanas.





Q. What are the charges for taking a personal camera and clicking photographs there?
A. Photography is allowed inside the garden for casual visitors. Cameras are charged an entry fee of Rs.60/-


Q. Is it suitable for a handicapped person, On wheelchair?
Yes for most of it. Certain sides the ramp is steep but still, the person can enjoy most of the garden.


Q. Can anyone bring their pet dog and homemade food there in the Park?
A. Pets are not allowed but there are no restrictions about bringing food. 



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