Singapore's Civil Development Authority (URA) has announced Singapore's participation in Expo 2020 Dubai through a pavilion titled 'Nature, Care, Future', which reflects Singapore's journey towards growth, sustainability and adaptation.

The Singapore Pavilion occupies an area of ​​1,550 square meters in the 'Sustainability Zone' at the 4.38-square-kilometer International Exhibition Center in Dubai South, near Al Maktoum International Airport and a 30-minute drive. From downtown Dubai, less than an hour's drive from Dubai and Abu Dhabi International Airports.

The pavilion was designed to provide visitors with a glimpse into the evolution and transformation of Singapore, she said, adding that it will highlight Singapore's ongoing quest for viability, sustainability and adaptation through innovative urban solutions and showcase Singapore's strengths and expertise to create potential business opportunities for the country. .

“The Singapore Pavilion focuses on the core principles and values ​​of our country of sustainable growth, which allow us to achieve economic growth and a high quality living environment,” said Lim Ing Hoy, CEO of the TRA.

“Through what we are offering at Expo 2020 Dubai, we hope to celebrate the spirit of innovation and creativity in Singapore by introducing innovative urban solutions, design possibilities and capabilities that Singapore has through its six-month programs and activities. Global".

Hui called on Singaporean companies and institutions to play an active role in the implementation of the Singapore Pavilion and reach a global audience in the dynamic MENA region.

It is noteworthy that «Expo 2020 Dubai» will be the fourth participation of Singapore in the international «Expo», where she participated in the years: 2000, 2005 and 2010.

Singapore's participation in Expo 2020 Dubai confirms its strong bilateral relationship with the UAE.


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Singapore at the show.