• NEW DELHI,07.03.20-The third weekend of the festival witnessed many visitors as it serves a treat for all ages. Students from the Department of Women and Child Development also visited the festival and were seen enjoying a Dog Show along with other cultural performances. They were amazed to see the variety of flowers at showcase, creating special moments through their fellowship.

On the eve of International Women’s Day, Delhi Police’s All Women Pipe Band also performed at the venue, mesmerizing one and all with their spirit and discipline. Visitors were also seen enjoying the quwwali program as part of the weekend cultural performances of the festival.

The flower displays and recycled plant showcase have become major selfie hotspots. The venue, Garden of Five Senses spread over 22 acres of land is a unique venue appealing to the five senses. With sculptures like Prayer of Peace, Tree of Infinite Knowledge, Wind Chime, Five Senses through Five Seasons dotting the lush green expanse, Garden of Five Senses is the largest collection of public art in the Capital.

In order to revive tourism in the city, Delhi Tourism has modified this event in order to extend the experience to more visitors, keeping safety in mind. This will enable a guided movement that will adhere to all the norms of COVID-19 guidelines. Digital payment facility has also been made available at the ticket counters along with online bookings on Paytm Insider, enabling cashless transactions.

The cost of tickets is as follows:

Monday to Friday: Rs 40/-
Saturday to Sunday: Rs 50/-
Children upto 12 years: Free
Senior Citizens (all days): Rs 40/-

Explore this and a lot more at the 34th Garden Tourism Festival at Garden of Five Senses, Saket.

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