Gardens in Mumbai

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Gardens in Mumbai

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  • Kunaal zende
    1 contribution
    I heard that pdp gets closed till 6pm, now a days early because of omicron virus being, sooh guys want be at their be early enough because its getting close
    Written 16 January 2022
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  • Sandy_JSR
    Jamshedpur, India1,175 contributions
    The Hanging Gardens in Mumbai is a terraced gardens situated at Malabar Hill, just opposite to Kamala Nehru Park, the garden is in the middle of the bustling city. Entry is free, as part of city tour, we visited the park in early afternoon. The park has several hedges carved into animal shapes, an attractive flower clock situated in the middle of the garden, different types of plants and flowers. It is a green space spreads over a vast area of land with pathway for moving around the garden. However, in the hot weather, moving around the Garden may be tough due to limited trees / shades. It is a popular spot for the locals as well.
    Written 12 July 2021
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  • Voyager_on_earth88
    Ahmedabad, India72 contributions
    Better than most places in Mumbai. Serene. No-nonsense crowd.
    I usually travel for 50ish km to get this kind of a peaceful environment.
    Not crowded like sea face or Marine lines, with the same beauty.
    Written 2 January 2020
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  • Sangeetha Vikram
    Bengaluru, India1,419 contributions
    On 8th Oct'19, myself with my hubby got to visit 'Jio Garden' at Bandra to attend the event - 'Dandiya festival'

    Entrance ticket was Rs.600 for the event. At the entry pod, we need to scan our ticket which marks the entry time in to the garden. Once we entered, got to see lot of trees on the sidelines, Several long lasting tree saplings have been planted on the sides of the garden.

    It was a beautiful, exquisitely-landscaped garden and we really enjoyed the event there. Few stalls were put there for food services - but prices were too expensive.

    Overall, a well spent evening at Jio Garden.
    Written 7 February 2020
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  • mbalajicool
    Mumbai, India123 contributions
    This is a very quiet place in the heart of the hustle and bustle of Mumbai, It gives a lot of relief to the office goers during the lunch break or in the evenings. the maintainence has improved over the last few years.
    Written 7 January 2020
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  • kazish55
    Mumbai, India140 contributions
    Visited the above place for activities of keeping the place clear and clean for the benefit of small children visit the mini zoo park consists of various kind of Birds, reptiles, an golden anaconda, varieties of tortise and fish ponds and display of various mini plant's and flowers🌸🌺🌻🌹🌷🌼💐 on the day of our visit there was an competition of high breeds of 🐶🐩 Dogs show.... Campus is having a small Pond and a Mandir, Garden to relax.... refreshment canteen is also available with rest room's.... A must visit to this place for children's loves zoo action...
    Written 8 July 2019
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  • G A
    India2,622 contributions
    The last time I went to the Byculla Zoo, it was a construction site and I vowed not to come again for a while. Recently there were some positive news items about the zoo so I decided to come by this morning at least for a quick stroll as at least the seasonal flowering trees would be in bloom. They were!

    The renovation work is still in progress, however quite a few animal enclosures are up and running though it is very sad to see the poor creatures serving life imprisonment for no fault of theirs whatsoever..... I really wish that even if animals have to be held in captivity they could at least be in a safari style huge space such as at the SGNP at Borivili. The two new leopards at the zoo are in a miserably small enclosure. The aviary has been made better undoubtedly but the height is way too low for the birds that are imprisoned within. The hapless poor Great Hornbill who is quite old now, looks like he is waiting to pass on .. to the great freedom up above and I pray he goes peacefully and soon. A tiger is in the quarantine section, soon to be imprisoned in his own enclosure, poor chap. Having said that, I admit that the kids at the zoo were quite happy to see the animals.

    The trees are still beautiful though many rare specimens have been cordoned off during the repair works. Right now the Amherstia nobilis and Saraca indica are in full bloom.

    The previously open lawn spaces have been nicely landscaped but unfortunately are mostly fenced in so people cant enjoy within. What is the purpose of having a large beautiful public garden if people cant relax and sit in the grassy spaces?

    A welcome addition is a natural open butterfly garden created by planting butterfly host and nectar wild plants, which are indeed attracting a fair number of butterflies.

    The renovation work should be complete by this time next year so those wanting a "Zoo" experience would be better waiting.

    Its free for over 60's, Rs 100 for a family ticket, Rs 50 for adults and Rs 100 for a non-phone camera.

    Not worth the visit if you are a tourist. For locals, depends on your preference.
    Written 23 February 2020
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  • svati_onthemove
    Mumbai, India57 contributions
    Quite an oasis given how much of a concrete jungle Mumbai is. May not compare that favourably with gardens in other cities that have more space, but certainly not to be scoffed at. Great sea view!
    Written 6 March 2020
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  • Milesmon
    New Delhi, India160 contributions
    Excellent park and garden in the heart of dadar. Well maintained place. Near to various eateries in king circle and stone throw distance from famous Matunga south indian food scene.
    Written 8 February 2021
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  • meena1981
    Bokaro Steel City, India492 contributions
    It is a lush green park where children can enjoy.They have a skating rink, rides and sand play for kids.It is a park for children between 1 to 10 years. But it also have a hoofing area, grandparent's corner, yoga area etc.It is a neat and clean park having good environment.

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    Written 29 May 2019
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  • vinodkhedkar
    Mumbai, India5,010 contributions
    This is a famous garden situated on the street at Matunga area in Mumbai. Previously it was known as Kings Circle but has a new name for a quite long time. I know this place since my college was situated in the same vicinity. Good place for kids and senior citizens.
    Written 26 February 2018
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  • Bipin_Banavalikar
    Mumbai, India32 contributions
    Nice and peaceful garden. It has a jogging track, walking track, kids play area, kids sand-play area, water pond, drinking water and toilets in the garden.

    It is very nicely maintained and recently authorised even stopped charging entry fees, which was anyways nominal.

    Various people can be seem doing martial arts, dance, yoga and other activities as well.

    It is a nice place to go solo as well as with family. Various eateries stall can be seen on the entrance from the evening.
    Written 18 August 2019
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  • panvin
    Mumbai, India24 contributions
    This is the latest garden in cuffe parade. Nice to walk but lots of noise in the evening due to the ongoing metro work
    Written 10 April 2017
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  • Stylish Prince
    8 contributions
    Joseph Baptista Gardens are more commonly known as Mazgaon Gardens and are located in Mazgaon.It is situated on a small hill.There is a small garden maze for kids, a study area for students, a seating place old people and so on.
    There is also a big fountain and a waterfall, but they are not always functional.currently
    BMC plans to install models of Seven Wonders of the World and its successful done. Which gives more attraction to garden.We go every Sunday for hangout with my friends. Everyone should go with family and children to make our evening peaceful.
    Written 5 January 2019
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  • neha763
    397 contributions
    Rajawadi Garden was the place where we enjoyed our evening and enjoye the Nature very closely. Close the sea and hence cold wind can be felt.
    Written 26 February 2020
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