Expo 2020: Dubai will host the world for 173 days

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Expo 2020: Dubai will host the world for 173 days
Dubai: Exactly 6 days left from now Dubai will showcase the World’s Greatest Show. See all that has gone into preparing the Expo 2020 site, plus a few highlights of the ongoing construction.

What is Expo 2020 Dubai?

Expo 2020 Dubai is a World Expo that’s going to be hosted by Dubai in the United Arab Emirates. A World Expo is a mega international event in terms of size, scale, and duration and visitor numbers.

It’s a festival and a platform where people from all over the world come together and connect with each other, share ideas, learn and innovate. It’s also a place you can come and have fun.

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About Expo 2020 Dubai

Expo 2020 Dubai is the first World Expo to be held in the Middle East, Africa and South Asia (MEASA) region, and the first to be hosted by an Arab nation.

What is the area of the Expo 2020 site and where is it located

The Expo 2020 site spans 4.38 square kilometers and is located in the Dubai South district, close to Al Maktoum International Airport and within easy reach of Dubai International Airport, Abu Dhabi International Airport and Dubai and Abu Dhabi Cruise Terminals. The site will also have its own metro station, capable of transporting 36,000 passengers per hour.

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How can I reach the site

By car it will take you 40 minutes to reach the Expo site from Downtown Dubai.

Preparing the Expo 2020 site

Construction of pavillions

With Expo 2020 just one year away, work on the pavilions is progressing smoothly with most of the primary construction already completed and the remaining will be completed by the end of the year.

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The BNC Network, which tracks projects in the UAE and GCC region, is tracking 69 Expo 2020 pavilions that are currently in different stages of construction.

Around 56 per cent of the pavilions being tracked by BNC Network are under construction while the rest 44 per cent are in the pipeline.