Sayaji Gardens, Vadodara, Gujarat - The largest garden in western India

Zoo, Scenic, Planetarium, Picnic, Museum, Garden

Sayaji Gardens, also known as Kamati Baug, it is the largest garden in entire Western India and is extended over a vast area of 45 hectares of land. It was built by Maharaja Sayajirao III in 1879 at the banks of River Vishwamitri and serves as an excellent picnic spot and a refreshing escape from the hustle and bustle of the city crowd. The park is a home to the rich flora with more than 100 species of trees and plants. Moreover, two museums, a zoo, a flower clock and a planetarium are also worth seeing inside the park. There is also a toy train for the children running in it. The Sayaji Gardens is indeed a great place for kids and adults alike and a must visit tourist attraction in the city of Baroda.

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