The land chosen for the Rain Museum complex at Sohra is a hill top area and, on the eastern side, it ends to the edge of a deep ravine. Continuous heavy downpour has washed away the surface soil leaving behind a rocky terrain with eroded crust. To develop a Rain Museum on such a terrain is itself a challenge, and, as the land is sloped towards south, planning is needed for ground preparation, leading ultimately to terrace gardening. On pursuance of Meghalaya Basin Development Authority (MBDA), Creative Museum Designers (CMD)
has prepared a Detailed Project Report (DPR) depicting a proper planning about the landscape design of the Rain Museum complex.
Visitors’ facilities & Infrastructural facilities of the project:
This DPR will also deal with the following facilities:
- Roads & Transportation
- Car parking plaza
- Adventure sports complex
- Viewing balcony
- Solid waste management etc.
The proper planning and designing of the landscape will be the most beneficial factor for building up the much awaited Rain Museum at Sohra. The scenic beauty of the landscape will be of great attraction to the tourists.