DUBAI: Two million people have visited the Kingdom’s pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai, making up more than 30 percent of the expo’s total visitors.
Visitors to the Kingdom’s pavilion, which officially opened on Oct. 1, have traveled from Arab countries and further afield.
There have also been high-level visits from diplomatic delegations.
The committee said that this is the highest percentage of visitors heading to one pavilion within 86 days in the history of international exhibitions.
The pavilion offers, over a period of six months, more than 1,800 events, activities, programs and themed weeks that reflect the Kingdom’s rich nature, vibrant society, longstanding heritage and economic opportunities.
There is also a sustainable energy station, a strong presence of Saudi heritage handicrafts, shows featuring popular folklore, and famous dishes from all of the country’s regions.
Pavilion visitors are taken on discovery tours that reflect the young spirit of Saudi Arabia and its cultural, innovative, economic and investment opportunities.
The pavilion is considered to be the largest after that of the host’s and has already achieved three Guinness World Records for the largest interactive light floor, the longest interactive water curtain and the largest interactive digital screen mirror.