The Garden of Five Senses was established by the Delhi Tourism Board or DTDC in a village named Saidul Ajaib that lies near the Mehrauli Heritage complex on the Mehrauli-Badarpur road.
It is a pradise for nature lovers, away from the heart of the city. An amalgamation of man-made art and natural beauty amidst lush greeneries.
This park has flowery bushes, trees, and other plants and flowers. While moving you will come across pools, fountains, artwork, and sculptures in the garden.
A vibrant cultural program is organised on this 20-acre garden which includes various small fairs, food outlets, Dandiya dance and other folk dance and music programs at numerous times all year round.
Partly built on rocky terrain and partly in the plain area, the park accentuates the bounty of nature and is a pleasant retreat from the hustle bustle of the metro city.
Believed to be one of the prominent cultural centres of the city, the garden has various themed parks, a section of Mughal baghs, pools of water lilies, cascades of sparkling water, a solar energy park, an amphitheatre, a humongous yet charming food court, in addition to umpteen sculptures, rock carvings and themed decor.