Gateway to tomorrow. The Kazakhstan Pavilion will demonstrate the country’s dynamic development, cultural diversity, rich human and natural resources, and its tourist, technological and investment opportunities.
Quick facts – Kazakhstan:
- Land area. Kazakhstan is the ninth largest country in the world by surface area.
- Location. Kazakhstan is the transport and logistics centre of Eurasia, through which all major transboundary transport corridors pass.
- The world’s first and largest spaceport, Baikonur, was built in 1957, is located in Kazakhstan.
- More than 125 ethnic groups and nationalities live in peace and harmony in Kazakhstan.
- Expo 2017. The last Expo – Expo 2017 Astana – was held in Kazakhstan under the theme of Future Energy.
In the Kazakhstan Pavilion:
- Explore natural landscapes, culture and traditions. Interactive and tactile surface installations will enable visitors to explore Kazakhstan’s rich natural landscapes, resources, culture, biodiversity, and flora and fauna.
- Discover strategic projects and business opportunities. Showcasing Kazakhstan’s strategic projects in areas including transit and transport potential, digitalisation, industrialisation, human capital development and the environment.
- A DNA show and panoramic cinema demonstrating interaction between human and artificial intelligence.
- Witness human-AI interaction. Visitors will be able to enjoy a high-tech, interactive show demonstrating human and AI integration, an important global topic. The value of human capital will also be emphasised.
- Interactive exhibits and creative workshops. A science and chemistry laboratory, interactive exhibits and creative workshops will give children a practical explanation of important things in a playful way. Interactive communication will make this interesting for both children and adults.
- An everyday cultural performance programme on the scene of the pavilion.
- National cuisine restaurant and a souvenir shop.
EXPO 2020 Dubai – Kazakhstan Pavilion
Architect: ARDECO and Insglueck.