The project covers an area the size of two football pitches as the second-biggest in size only to that of the United Arab Emirates. Designed by Boris Micka Associates, the pavilion was made as a "window to the future" that symbolizes the nation's welcoming character, long heritage and unlimited drive.
Designed to be "instantly recognizable" to those visiting the Expo site, the rectangular, reflective pavilion that will stand at an angle. Inside the project, a path will lead visitors through exhibition displays which highlight the country's openness to businesses and tourists, and its desire to build links and collaborate with countries.
The pavilion takes guests on a journey through time as it highlights the country’s rich past, celebrates the present, and looks to the future and the opportunities that Vision 2030 will bring.
The pavilion is also one of the most sustainable structures at Expo 2020 Dubai and has been awarded the highest internationally recognised sustainability rating in Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design.
There’s an exciting line-up of activities, programmes, shows, and dining opportunities on the 13,000 square-metre venue, and it offers something for everyone – from children and families to investors and keen travellers.
The Saudi Arabia pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai has received 500,000 visits until now.
Expo 2020 Dubai is a six-month-long event taking place in the UAE city from now until March 31, 2022.