Covering more than 75 hectares, with more than 22000 plant species on display, this is the largest botanical garden in the world. It is divided into 31 sections according to the blooming seasons of different plant species so that the garden is always alive at all times of the year. The garden also contains theme-based greenhouses that contain cacti and other desert and forest plants. Numerous specialized gardens also find their place inside the premises, such as the Chinese, Japanese, Alpine, and the Rose Garden, each with its own beautiful setting and ambience. There is also an Insectarium with a huge variety of bugs on display, as well as for “tasting”! The Botanical Garden is not to be missed if you are a nature lover.