The Climate Campus will be found side by side to the Climate Park, and is closely associated with it. It will provide a residential area for the staff of the Climate Centre, the training participants, visiting researchers, general park visitors, and other guest participants.
Agro-tourism at the Climate Farm
A portion of the land area of the Climate Centre will be allocated to providing opportunities to visitors to experience harvesting organic foods themselves, which they can then purchase at local market rates. Through agro-tourism, visitors will experience real, charming and true contact with the natural environment, taste local, genuine food, and become familiar with the various tasks involved in farming during the visit. It is delightful for life!
Visiting the beautiful water garden will be a great pleasure during the visit of the Climate Centre. The boardwalk meanders through the water body and over the waterscape, providing a way to enjoy the entirety of the design. This water garden incorporates exiting, native, and miniature plant species, and keeps vegetation from growing out of control and becoming too invasive.
In every climatic zone of the Park, there will be beautiful zonal hubs with all-modern resting facilities from where the tour guide will describe various features of the particular climatic zones.
If you travel with kids, the upcoming butterfly garden will be a must-visit. The destination will allow you to see beautiful butterflies and give you insights into their world. Here you will be made to understand how butterflies evolve through each stage, which is a good learning opportunity for everyone. Also, there will be assistants to help you interact with the butterflies.
A beautiful amphitheatre will be located in the Climate Park in a beautiful, natural environment. It will be designed as a natural model in touch with the ground and will provide opportunities to watch regular local drama, song, and storytelling events.
Vertical Garden Tower
A vertical garden tower near the water garden will be a special attraction for visitors. Its larger message is “where the horizontal ground is being covered by the construction front, the vertical ground is evolving”. It takes on the role of thriving with plant life.