True to its name, Hiranandani Gardens provides a number of parks and gardens for those seeking to relax amongst nature. In addition to the Asian-inspired Nirvana Park, there’s another large park in the area that’s simply known as Hiranandani Garden. It’s located behind China Valley restaurant on Orchard Avenue, with the entrance near the intersection of Ridge Street (a short distance past Eden Bungalows).
Although this park isn’t as attractively landscaped as Nirvana Park, it’s still very well maintained and offers quite a few distinct benefits. The spaciousness of the park, with its vast open areas, makes it perfect for children who want to run around and play games. There’s also a playground to cater for smaller children. Those who like walking or jogging will appreciate the park’s paved circular track, and early opening time. entrance to the park is free.
Hiranandani Garden park is open in the morning from 5.30 a.m. until 9 a.m., and again in the evening from 4 p.m. until 10 p.m.
Compiled by – Townmumbai.com Team