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Adventure park at Garden of Five Senses inaugurated

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

Tourism Minister Kapil Mishra today inaugurated an adventure park developed by Tourism and Transportation Development (DTTDC) over 22 acres at Garden of Five Senses in Said-ul-Ajaib Village.

The sprawling park, close to Saket Metro station, will have facilities of paint ball, rock climbing wall, zip line, Burma bridge, commando net, running bungee, Sumo wrestling, Zorbing, air rifle shooting, archery among other sports.



"This Adventure Park came up as a blessing for people of and will provide children with space to play and get enthralled with adventure activities. It will also act as a catalyst to promote Garden of Five Senses as an eco-friendly project and bring more families to spend their time in the Garden," Mishra said while inaugurating the park.

The adventure park will commence its operations for general public from tomorrow.

Besides the entry tickets to the Garden of Five Senses, the visitors will have to pay Rs 100 to Rs 120 for different adventure activities, said a senior Tourism department official.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Adventure park at Garden of Five Senses inaugurated

Delhi Tourism Minister Kapil Mishra today inaugurated an adventure park developed by Delhi Tourism and Transportation Development (DTTDC) over 22 acres at Garden of Five Senses in Said-ul-Ajaib Village. The sprawling park, close to Saket Metro station, will have facilities of paint ball, rock climbing wall, zip line, Burma bridge, commando net, running bungee, Sumo wrestling, Zorbing, air rifle shooting, archery among other sports. "This Adventure Park came up as a blessing for people of Delhi and will provide children with space to play and get enthralled with adventure activities. It will also act as a catalyst to promote Garden of Five Senses as an eco-friendly project and bring more families to spend their time in the Garden," Mishra said while inaugurating the park. The adventure park will commence its operations for general public from tomorrow. Besides the entry tickets to the Garden of Five Senses, the visitors will have to pay Rs 100 to Rs 120 for different adventure ... Tourism Minister Kapil Mishra today inaugurated an adventure park developed by Tourism and Transportation Development (DTTDC) over 22 acres at Garden of Five Senses in Said-ul-Ajaib Village.

The sprawling park, close to Saket Metro station, will have facilities of paint ball, rock climbing wall, zip line, Burma bridge, commando net, running bungee, Sumo wrestling, Zorbing, air rifle shooting, archery among other sports.

"This Adventure Park came up as a blessing for people of and will provide children with space to play and get enthralled with adventure activities. It will also act as a catalyst to promote Garden of Five Senses as an eco-friendly project and bring more families to spend their time in the Garden," Mishra said while inaugurating the park.

The adventure park will commence its operations for general public from tomorrow.

Besides the entry tickets to the Garden of Five Senses, the visitors will have to pay Rs 100 to Rs 120 for different adventure activities, said a senior Tourism department official.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Adventure park at Garden of Five Senses inaugurated

Tourism Minister Kapil Mishra today inaugurated an adventure park developed by Tourism and Transportation Development (DTTDC) over 22 acres at Garden of Five Senses in Said-ul-Ajaib Village.

The sprawling park, close to Saket Metro station, will have facilities of paint ball, rock climbing wall, zip line, Burma bridge, commando net, running bungee, Sumo wrestling, Zorbing, air rifle shooting, archery among other sports.

"This Adventure Park came up as a blessing for people of and will provide children with space to play and get enthralled with adventure activities. It will also act as a catalyst to promote Garden of Five Senses as an eco-friendly project and bring more families to spend their time in the Garden," Mishra said while inaugurating the park.

The adventure park will commence its operations for general public from tomorrow.

Besides the entry tickets to the Garden of Five Senses, the visitors will have to pay Rs 100 to Rs 120 for different adventure activities, said a senior Tourism department official.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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