Two million individuals from Arab and foreign nationalities, as well as high-level diplomatic delegations from many nations, visited the Saudi Arabian pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai, according to the Organizing Committee.
These new highs represent for almost 30% of total visitors to "Expo 2020 Dubai" as a whole, while continuing to establish new highs for international "Expo" exhibition visits.
According to the committee, this is the largest proportion of visitors to a single pavilion in the history of international exhibits in 86 days.
This is the most recent achievement to be added to the Saudi pavilion's list of achievements and records since its official opening on October 1st.
According to the Saudi Gazette, the Kingdom's pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai was effective in capturing visitors' interest with a range of events and activities that reflect the Kingdom's human riches, as well as its cultural and developmental features.
There's also a sustainable energy station, as well as a big presence of Saudi cultural products, events presenting popular folklore, and well-known delicacies from around the kingdom.
Visitors to the Pavilion are taken on exploration excursions that highlight Saudi Arabia's youthful attitude, as well as its cultural, creative, economic, and investment potential.
These are based on four main pillars: rich nature, vibrant society, ancient heritage, and economic opportunities that the Kingdom provides to the rest of the world, as well as an energy and sustainability plant, a brilliant presence of Saudi handicraft heritage, folkloric performances, and family, cultural, and poetic performances, as well as an energy and sustainability plant, a brilliant presence of Saudi handicraft heritage, folkloric performances, and family, cultural, and poetic performances.
This is in addition to a wide range of alternatives in the areas of innovation, economy, culture, and investment, all of which take pavilion visitors on an astonishing voyage of discovery, embodying the spirit of the young Kingdom, which embraces the world and looks to the future.
After the host pavilion, it is regarded as the largest, with three Guinness World Records for the largest interactive light floor, the longest interactive water curtain, and the largest interactive digital screen mirror.