Are you as excited for Expo 2020 as we are? Then you’ll love this, as the Dubai Expo 202o organisers have revealed their grand plans and we have all the details.

The organisers have revealed the master plan for the Expo 2020 site, giving us all a better idea as to what the mega-development will look like. The Dubai Expo 2020, which is set to bring together 180 countries, will be held in Dubai South – an upcoming area situated about midway between Dubai and Abu Dhabi – and it’s going to be huge hosting exhibitions and trades shows to its predicted 25 million visitors.

Running for six months, from October 2020 to April 2021, the Expo 2020 site will cover a total area of 400 hectares (that’s roughly 15 thousand tennis courts), with the gated portion being spread across 200 hectares. The site will be linked to three international airports and feature a dedicated transport network.

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The site will be split up into three themed districts – Opportunity, Mobility and Sustainability, branching outwards from the central Al Wasl meeting plaza. Each themed district will come with a unique pavilion.

Sustainability Pavilion will come equipped with solar panels, as well as water harvesting capabilities with the exhibitions inside focused on looking into sustainable cities, climate change, biodiversity and more.


Inside the Mobility Pavilion, you’ll find exhibitions exploring innovation in transportation, digital connectivity and exploration.


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The Opportunity Pavilion will look into the future of work and the opportunities to be found in new industries.


The design for the 15,000 square metre UAE Pavilion was recently announced – taking inspiration from a falcon in flight, and will house a number of exhibition areas, an auditorium, food and beverage outlets and VIP lounges.


Here’s a video showing the Expo 2020 team talking you through the Expo’s site as well as the design behind the UAE Pavilion.

The site of the Expo, however, will remain even after it’s finished, with it being announced that 80 per cent of the buildings being used will be used again in the future. It is believed the Expo will generate more than 277,000 jobs. Most of the hiring is expected to take place between 2018 and 2021.

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Images/Video: Expo 2020