Set up during colonial times, and still having a few remnants of the Raj, this huge sprawling park is easily reached by Metro and is free, except for the Orchid Gardens, which charge a nominal fee. There are so many areas and themes throughout the park it could take more than one visit, especially due to the tropical heat and large areas to cover. There are kiosks and cafes in the park and a maze of paths visiting the specialist garden areas. Shady rainforest walks, palm and cycad areas and a large section dedicated to tropical food and Medicine tree crops make for a fascinating and insightful journey. For garden and nature lovers this botanical wonderland should be on everyone’s bucket list, especially when including the World renowned Orchid Gardens
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