Garden of Five Senses
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 was inaugurated on the month of February of 2003 and built with beautiful landscapes that would evoke your five senses which are touch, feel, smell, hear and see the natural surroundings created for relaxation and leisure time.
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.
The Khas Garden
The Khas Garden lies within the garden of five senses complex that forms the prime attraction covered with beautiful lawns and dotted with different species of Plants and 25 different types of beautiful sculptures made by artisans and craftsmen. It also has a Solar energy Park that was constructed to educate people about the benefits of utilising solar energy for all electricity needs and showcases two Solar-powered buses, cars, bicycles, a computer and many other items promoting awareness amongst all about the usage of a renewable source of energy. The Khas Bagh is built in the Mughal style with water channels fitted with fountain and spiral shaped pathways fringed with lighting poles that take you to the centre of the garden that houses a food and shopping court.
The Neel Bagh is stunning to look at and is made with a water pool dotted with beautiful water lilies encircled with a bower structure that has colourful plants growing on it. Numerous wind chimes add a musical flavour and ambience to this already enchanting garden.
The Colour Garden
The Colour Garden and the Court of specimen plants have an extraordinary collection of shrubs while the court has rare plants and herbs specimens.
This Garden truly leaves you experiencing the feel of all your senses refreshing you completely from within. The view of the spectacular gardens for your eyes, the musical wind chimes for your ears, the aroma of different cuisines for your smell, the warmth of sun for your touch senses and your feeling senses as you relax in the garden.
The Garden of five senses is opened to public on all days between 0600 hours and 2000 hours and entry is absolutely free for all.