At the Philippine Pavilion in Expo 2020 Dubai.
PHOTO BY JONATHAN YBERA/EXPAT MEDIA
DUBAI – Hundreds of visitors were given a first look at the Philippine Pavilion on its inauguration on Friday (October 1) at the Expo 2020 site in Dubai.
The pavilion, called Bangkóta after the coral reef, sits in Sustainability District of the Expo 2020 site. The Bangkóta is the biggest Expo pavilion the Philippines has ever showcased, with a total area of 3,163sqm.
It was designed by Budji + Royal architect Royal Pineda, the Philippines’ Overall Thematic and Artistic Director for Expo 2020 Dubai.
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