Global Village is an entertainment destination in Dubai.
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Global Village will open for its 27th season on October 25, and visitors can expect surprises, including two new country pavilions, organisers announced.
The entertainment destination will have 27 country pavilions in the upcoming season, including two new pavilions from Qatar and Oman. The pavilions will feature authentic products, national food and “hidden gems” of each country, while attracting artisans, entrepreneurs and artists from all corners of the world.
Other pavilions confirmed this season are UAE, KSA, Qatar, Bahrain, Kuwait, Afghanistan, Africa, Americas, China, Egypt, Europe, India, Iran, Oman, Japan, South Korea, Lebanon, Morocco, Pakistan, Palestine, Syria, Thailand, Turkey, Yemen, Russia.
This season’s Global Village will also feature a new pedestrian street called Road of Asia. This will feature 43 kiosks selling authentic products from 13 countries not represented in the 27 pavilions.
The products will come from Philippines, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Cambodia, Malaysia, Brunei, Laos, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Vietnam, Nepal, Bhutan and Myanmar.
Road of Asia will showcase diverse cultures and traditions from one of the world’s most populous continents, home to several of the world’s oldest civilizations. ICA/Expat Media
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