Belgium Pavilion - Expo 2020 Dubai
Sustainability & Recycling
Address: Mobility District - Expo 2020, Dubai, UAE
Date: 20 Oct '20 to 10 Apr '21
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Serving up an eco-friendly pavilion, with a side of fries, the Belgium Pavilion of Expo 2020 Dubai will explore the theme 'Smart and Green Belgium 2050'.
Explore Belgium's 'green ark', which is home to a host of innovations and some tasty extras. The Belgium Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai will draw on renewable resources to feed its energy needs, smart technologies to feed its plants and the country’s world-class cuisine to feed its guests.
Covered in lush greenery, the ark-inspired pavilion is designed to produce more energy than it consumes. Visitors will have the opportunity to interact with a host of Belgian innovations while treating themselves to some of the nation’s tastiest culinary specialties – including its world-famous fries, known as frietjes.
Venture through the Belgium Pavilion and the 191 other pavilions at Expo 2020 Dubai! Enjoy immersive cultural experiences and discover what makes each participating nation unique.
Key Themes & Topics
- 10,000 plants
- A host of Belgian sustainability innovations
- Some of the most delicious fries on the planet
Who Should Attend
Academics, inventors, artists, tech pioneers, out-of-the-box thinkers – Expo 2020 will be a haven for interesting and inquisitive personalities!
Start-ups and international conglomerates alike can benefit from being a part of Expo 2020. With millions of visitors and 190 participating countries, the next World Expo is brimming with business possibilities.
Planning an event? Look no further
Directly accessible from the Dubai Metro Route 2020 link, the Dubai Exhibition Centre combines a 17,000sqm conference complex, featuring multipurpose halls, an auditorium and other event spaces, with 28,000sqm of exhibition halls.
Expo 2020 has large-scale venues to suit every outdoor celebration, including Al Forsan Park (2,500 people), Al Wasl Plaza (more than 8,000 people) and Jubilee Park (15,000 people).
Mobility District - Expo 2020