BMC Garden, Gorai 2 is located at near Pragati Busstop 400092, 2, BMC Rd, Mangroves Forest, Borivali West, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400061, India, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with BMC Garden, Gorai 2 and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Akshit Nair

4 Google Rating

A really peaceful and quiet simple and sweet garden only when people aren't around which is rare

4/ 5

A really peaceful and quiet simple and sweet garden only when people aren't around which is rare

Rahul Ry

4 Google Rating

It's well maintained and A very silent place, Open for all age groups there is a specific place for

4/ 5

It's well maintained and A very silent place, Open for all age groups there is a specific place for children playing area and open air GYM. Also there is a small sort of jogging track and senior citizens sitting area. There are swings, Good Lights and clear visibility in night.over all good Experience

Franklin Elango

5 Google Rating

I got inner peace of mind after so long 😍🤤

5/ 5

I got inner peace of mind after so long 😍🤤

Anuja Bandekar

5 Google Rating

Various helath activity equipments arranged in well mannered

5/ 5

Various helath activity equipments arranged in well mannered

Sankalp Gupta

3 Google Rating

The park is green, lots of trees, grass, plants around and most importantly the open gym for public

3/ 5

The park is green, lots of trees, grass, plants around and most importantly the open gym for public to exercise is awesome. The water fountain is off water deposit in the fountain gives birth to mosquitoes, reason for dengue.

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