Expo 2020 Dubai pavilions: Bangladesh, India, Burundi, Austria, Philippines, Malaysia, Greece, Hungary
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Expo 2020 Dubai pavilions: Bangladesh, India, Burundi, Austria, Philippines, Malaysia, Greece, Hungary

Expo 2020 Dubai pavilions: Bangladesh, India, Burundi, Austria, Philippines, Malaysia, Greece, Hungary

Here’s a list of eight participating country pavilions and their offerings


Expo 2020 Dubai is the very first world expo where every participating country has its own pavilion.

Each of the 192 country pavilions – spread across the three main districts of sustainability, mobility and opportunity – will have the chance to showcase their innovations and strategies.

Read: Expo 2020 Dubai pavilions: UAE, Japan, Australia, France, Germany, Poland, Luxembourg, Egypt

Here’s a glimpse at another eight of the 192 pavilions at this year’s event.

Architect: Thematic District Pavilion | Location: Opportunity District 
The pavilion showcases the country’s marvels, cultural traditions and its people, with the aim of attracting tourists, business partners and investors. Visitors can enjoy authentic coffee, honey, mountain tea and more.
Guests can also enjoy handcrafting, portrait drawing and African games, or choose to buy from a range of souvenirs.
Image Courtesy: Expo 2020 Website

Architect: Wanders Werner Falasi | Location: Sustainability District 

The Bangladeshi pavilion showcases how the country has transformed from an agrarian economy to a strong export-led one, fraught with investment opportunities via digital and physical exhibits.

On display are also sustainable, eco-friendly handicrafts and jute products, while the gallery highlights glimpses of leadership of the past.

India Expo 2020 Dubai

Architect: CP Kukreja Architects | Location:  Al Fosan Park  

Consisting of four floors, the Indian Pavilion is created on the theme of “Openness. Opportunity. Growth.”

Located at the Al Forsan Park adjacent to the ‘Opportunity’ district of the exhibition, the pavilion focuses on 11 primary themes – Climate and Biodiversity, Space, Urban and Rural Development, Tolerance and Inclusivity, Golden Jubilee, Knowledge and Learning, Travel and Connectivity, Global Goals, Health and Wellness, Food Agriculture and Livelihoods, and Water, each with a dedicated zone.

Every week, the pavilion’s façade will turn into a screen where three select stories will be showcased. The pavilion is also home to indigenous cuisines from across India’s states and union territories.

Image Courtesy: Mauritius at Expo 2020 Dubai Twitter

Architect: Thematic District Pavilion | Location: Opportunity District 

The Mauritian pavilion showcases a life-size display of the Dodo, an extinct flightless bird, as well the cultural diversity of its people. Visitors can explore the biodiversity of the Mauritian forests and the achievements of the country.

Image Courtesy: Greece Expo 2020 Website

Architect: SALFO And Associates | Location: Sustainability District 

The Greek Pavilion offers an immense experience through sight and sound, revealing eight thematic pillars. Each section of the pavilion offers a distinct perspective, through a definable light design, combined with audio visual content and interactive stations with augmented reality experiences.

Visitors can also learn about the country through interactive walls, installations and video projections.
Image Courtesy: Expo Austria Facebook

Architect: Querkraft | Location: Opportunity District 

At the Austrian pavilion, a simple cone shape has been transformed into a complex, merging space. A total of 38 shiny white cones form the ensemble while the ‘Austria makes sense’ programme reflects a holistic concept from the smart, sustainable architecture to the exhibition inside the pavilion.

Meanwhile, a special area, the iLab, showcases future-centric solutions from the country. Visitors can also relish indigenous coffee at the pavilion.

Image Courtesy: Expo 2020 Website

Architect: Imre Makovecz Foundation | Location: Jubilee

The Hungarian pavilion offers a unique construction with a timbre structure. Visitors can experience the interactive exhibition showcasing Hungary’s unique water resources, a country home to more than 1,300 thermal springs.

Meanwhile, local delicacies and famous mineral waters are also on display.

Image Courtesy: Philippines Expo 2020 Dubai Twitter

Architect: Budji Layug+Royal Pineda | Location: Jubilee

At the biggest Philippines pavilion ever showcased in any Expo, a collection of indigenous artisanal and contemporary luxury products and design pieces are on display. The architectural interiors of the pavilion aim to grow the visitors’ imagination with visual experiences and artworks, while the organic shape of the Bangkóta (coral reef) draws guests into free-flowing, open spaces, reflecting its culture of openness and connectivity.

Meanwhile, visitors can also choose from a range of local cuisines that draw inspiration from its diversity of flavours.

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