Hanging Gardens

The Hanging Gardens is situated in Malabar Hills. Built in 1881, it is more popularly known as Ferozeshah Mehta Gardens. The Garden is named after Mr Mehta, a renowned lawyer in Mumbai. The terraced garden stands on the western side of the hill’s slope and this could be why it got the name ‘hanging gardens’. The famous Kamala Nehru Park is right opposite it. There are many hedges which are fashioned into different shapes of animals. From the Ferozeshah Mehta Gardens you can view the sunset over the Arabian Sea. There’s a flower clock in the middle of the garden.

Places to see in Mumbai

Gateway of India | Marine Drive | Mahalaxmi Temple | Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Market | Malabar Hill | Nariman Point
Nehru Science Centre | Mani Bhavan | National Gallery of Modern Art (NGMA) | Nehru Planetarium
Prince of Wales Museum | Siddhivinayak Temple | Haji Ali | Powai Lake | Hanging Gardens

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