Garden of Five Senses - Why is it called so? The lovely garden is called so, for it has something to please all five of your senses! Some colourful flowers for your visual treat, some lovely music of wind chimes to please your ears, some yummy delicacies on the platter to tickle your taste buds and nose with their aroma and lastly, some sun warmed benches in the garden's amphitheater to rest on and enjoy that feeling of excitement!
The garden of five senses is situated in Saidul Ajaib village close by Mehrauli heritage area of New Delhi. The park that's spread across a land measuring 20 acres was developed by the Delhi Tourism and Transportation Development Corporation (DTTDC) at an expense of Rs 10.5 crores and was declared open to the public in the year 2003.
It is a theme-based park and includes things such as herb gardens, gardens based on the theme of Mughal gardens, water lily pools, a solar energy park and bamboo courts. Designed to cater to Delhi's locals' need of a pleasant space to unwind, the garden makes a perfect spot for picnics and leisurely recreation.
Also, there are various amazing sculptures like tall stainless steel birds, elephants carved out of stones, series of fountains and more. Present a little ahead in a secluded part of the park are the food shopping courts. In all, the garden indeed succeeds in pleasantly pleasing your senses; do check it for your self!