With the world-hit event slowly reaching its end, many have scrambled to catch their glimpses of the EXPO site one last time. With less than a month left, and 192 country pavilions to discover and rediscover – it can get quite overwhelming. Many tourists and residents of the U.A.E have resorted to even settling in close to the site for a couple of days, to make the most of the exhibit. Local vacation rental and property management companies in Dubai especially, have been thriving in this era, due to their vast selections of holiday homes in Dubai.
The event was painted as an exceptional gala by several high-profile visitors and a good chunk of its visitors. Unsurprisingly, this even led to an overall footfall of over 13.1 million visitors with an added 121 million walkers from the virtual world. Studio, 1,2, and 3-bedroom apartments for rent in Dubai provided by leading vacation rental companies such as Deluxe Holiday Homes, have been a popular hit among families big and small. Frequent visitors have even resorted to high-end accommodations in residential districts close by such as The Dubai South Residential District.
The EXPO 2020 was scheduled to close on the 31st of March 2022. In light of its final act, EXPO 2020 has officially released seasonal passes for an affordable price of AED 50 with an option for unused one-day and multi-pass ticket holders to upgrade for free.
For those on a quest to experience its every last moment, here’s a good place to start:
The Top 3 EXPO 2020 Installations:
Eat At Expo
For food lovers and dedicated EXPO trotters, this is a great place to power up. Based on an exquisite range of cuisine from street food to traditional dishes. ‘Eat At EXPO’ is a unique connector of generations and countries worth of hearty dishes worth diving into.
The Highly-Adorned Water Feature
One of the EXPO 2020s most popular installations appears to be the Water Feature. Built on porous rocks and specialized thematic systems – the water feature installation can be found, often crowded by pools of audiences, gauging and hopping on with intrigue. The spot is also designed with a specialized soundtrack and several effects to make you feel like you’re right on the ocean.
Al Wasl Plaza
Undoubtedly the most ecstatic spot remains to be the Al Wasl Plaza and its jaw-dropping arena remains to be the central attraction of the whole exhibit. Starting from the opening ceremony of EXPO 2020 to live performances, and U.A.E National Day celebrations, the Plaza has successfully charmed its way to all of its audiences.
The Best EXPO Country Pavilion to Check Out Before The End:
The Swiss Pavilion
The Switzerland pavilion was entirely focused on sustainability by highlighting the country’s best attributes: Nature and Landscapes. The pavilion was highly regarded as an enchanting experience with top-tier visual and auditory effects to make you feel like you are a part of its scenery. The navigational experiences also present sustainable agendas and futuristic solutions to preserve nature.
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Built from 1,336 custom LED panels the KSA pavilion has been recognized as the second-largest pavilion at the EXPO. Binding the country’s history, future and present-day reflection, the 2-floor pavilion is an incredibly insightful experience for all.
The Japan Pavilion is a major tribute to North-Asian culture, traditions and cuisine. The infrastructure is in sync with Japan’s forward-thinking and technologically advanced basis. Standout lighting experiences, scenic layouts, and a specialized Sushi and Ramen parlour will wow its visitors.
The Indian Pavilion is a four-floor accolade towards India’s greatest hit and dedicated achievements from Ayurveda, Yoga and Space Programmes. The structure is a unique insight into the country’s deep heritage and traditions.