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The 8 Coolest Things You NEEEED To See At Expo 2020 Dubai

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As of the middle of November, more than 3.5 million visitors have passed through the impressive Expo gates, and no brownie points for guessing why.

The number of swanky attractions at the world’s greatest cultural gathering is UNREAL! The Expo is bursting with smart, ultra-tech, sustainable and immersive activities that you just have to experience in person to truly feel its magic.

Here is just a glimpse of the 8 top attractions at Expo 2020 that are a MUST visit during your next trip!

 

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8. A unique immersive water experience awaits at the Hungary Pavilion

Enjoy an immersive water experience at the Hungary Pavilion (without getting wet) and watch the dome above you illuminate with dreamy visuals.

7. Spectacular light shows at the China Pavilion

This daily 10-minute show, from 8pm, combines multiple forms of technology, such as artistic lighting, LED imagery, and drones to present a dynamic and colourful show.

 

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6. Ride gravity-defying waves at the magical Waterfall Feature – located between Al Wasl Plaza and Jubilee Park

At night, cascades of colour accompany the water as it appears to flow upwards.

 

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5. Touch a piece of the moon at the USA Pavilion

Other out-of-this-world artifacts include a Martian meteorite, a scale-by-scale model of the Mars Opportunity Rover built by the students of Cornell University, and a 43 metre-tall model of the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket.

4. Take a leap of faith and slide down the GIANT slide at the Luxembourg Pavilion!

Tip! This is the only pavilion with a slide.

 

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3. Go for a swing at the German Pavilion!

Fun fact: The German Pavilion was built at a cost of 50 million Euros in the Sustainability District and is designed to look like a university ‘campus’ where visitors are enrolled in a sustainability course.

The pavilion consists of 90 swings with the intention of showing visitors that much more unites them than divides them.

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2. Experience an indoor rainfall at the Netherlands Pavilion

The indoor rainfalls at the Netherlands Pavilion are made from harvesting water from the air! The pavilion also grows its own food and creates energy with its own solar panels.

 

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1. An entire lagoon awaits you at the Brazil Pavilion

The Brazil Pavilion appears to be floating on water with the help of a heavy steel structure and lightweight white fabric onto which videos are projected for an immersive atmosphere

Get proper Amazon rainforest feels down at the Brazil Pavilion, which has a shallow water blade occupying half of the structure’s area.

 

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Intrigued? Get your Expo 2020 tickets right here.

Dates? Expo 2020 will be running until March 31, 2022

Timings? Open seven days a week

  • Saturday to Wednesday: 10am to 12am
  • Thursday and Friday: 10am to 2am

For more deets on exhibits, pavilions, shows, entertainment, restos, panels and more, click here.

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