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  1. DUBAI EXPO 2020 IS ONE OF THE GREATEST AND WONDERFULL EXCITING TOURIST PLACE PERSONLY I WENT MORE THAN 56 TIMES AND VISITED 100 PAVILION AND ITS VERY INTRESTING I AM A 12 YEARS STUDENT NAME NIHA SEKARIYA

        1. Kind of, only that Global village is more well set up, countries are set up according to continent; while in expo you have to run around to pavilions set up whatever. Also with global village , it more chill and nicer environment for families. Not to mention endless food options to choose from.

          1. incorrect, expo is a world wide event unlike global village, expo is a place where each country comes to display their latest technological advancements, share their culture and vision towards the future. It’s a place where you gain and share knowledge and is very nicely set up if you know how to read a map, it is not set whatever, there are 3 main themes, sustainability, mobility and opportunity and countries are set up based on which theme they highlight in their pavilions. plenty of food options as well, very family friendly, play areas for kids, elderly don’t have to wait in queues. Global village is just a shopping and tourist destination. Please do not advise others if you don’t have the full picture of the event. Farah, I think you should really give it a try, enjoy!

  2. Absolutely Great, expanations, I am planning to visit Expo, I sure hope these informations will help me alot,

    Thanks

    1. I visited there for first time, amazingly wonderful world of reunion, and decided to go all the pavilion till end of march 22..
      Love it

    1. Thank you, Elham, agree with you, Germany, Luxemburg and Spain are great pavillions. And as you say, great for the family. Especially, Germany will be updating the list soon!

  3. In my opinion i think the uk should be in the one to skip even though it has an amazing and attractive architecture there is nothing to see inside the pavillion so yeah thats all i wanted to say

    1. Hi Nadia, thank you for your input. I made this list based on both architecture and experience. UK pavilion presented an interesting AI-generated poetry idea, and it is for sure something that is memorable compared to many other pavilions, plus an amazing design of the building 🙂

    2. Totally agree. Really disappointed by the U.K. pavilion! I am surprised they couldn’t come up with anything better! It’s good for exercise but not worth the walk up!

  4. I found Saudi Arabia mesmerising and Peru also wonderful
    Switzerland only has the dog walk to recommend it and India the first floor
    They could have done much more
    Also tjey should subsidise the food costs to allow visitors to sample their food

  5. I agree with all of the ratings except for Brazil pavilion. When I went there in the afternoon, people with paintings on their bodies like some native tribes where dancing in those waters. It gave you the feel of a mini Amazon trip. It was so clever .But upstair was boring focusing only one Brazilian project. Russia looks good on the outside, inside was so so. Japan I regret I wasn’t able to get in.

  6. Wish I had of read on this before. Went in Nov when it was “quiet”. Was going to go back before Omicron striked., so went back home after Greece, fearing everything would be locked down again. In hindsight, should have gone back then. Instead, came back for the last days. Horrendously busy, especially the last day (as expected). I did no research before. My favourite place in the world, Japan, I missed the first 2 times, cos they closed before everyone, and these last times they had a 1000 limit per day and it was impossible to get smart queue passes. Guttered. Especially that there may never be a better expo than Dubai 2020. Osaka will be smaller, and Saudi Arabia will be good, but whether all the countries will go there will be another matter. 7 days at Dubai Expo in total and was not enough.

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