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Malaysia Pavilion:Pearl of Southeast Asia

10 Komen

Theme: One Malaysia, City Harmonious Living

Location: Within Zone B of the Expo site

Pavilion Area: Around 3,000 Square Meters

Profile Highlight: Traditional Malaysian Hut


Unique Features

The inspiration of the pavilion design comes from the traditional Malaysian hut in the expression of a unique style and national spirit of union. The building will comprise two streamlined high slopes with a cross on top, the symbol of Malaysian architecture. The facade of the pavilion will be made from a combination of recyclable materials of palm oil and plastic.

Highlights

Visitors will encounter world heritages of Penang and Malacca and get access to characteristic Malaysian artworks and their production process. Electronics, rubber and timber products will also be exhibited in the pavilion.

Highlight 1:Traditional Long House

The corridor and entrance at the ground floor will be based on Mosque design with elevated roof on columns to resemble the traditional long house in Malaysia. The exterior wall will imitate Malaysian textile printing with patterns of butterfly, bloom, flying birds and geometrical drawings.

Highlight 2: Mini-putt and Petronas Twin Towers

Along with palm oil, rubber and other economical plants, the pavilion will also exhibit tourist attractions of beach and golf court, as well as ordinary family lives in Malaysia. Visitors will be able to pitch and putt at an indoor golf area. The sightseeing elevator between two stories will be designed to simulate the famous Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur.

Highlight 3: Central Stage

During the Expo, the central stage in the pavilion will host two local dance performances every day to showcase all 47 ethnic groups from the country.

Highlight 4: Lucky Draws

The pavilion will hold lucky draws on key days during the Expo, such as Malaysia’s national day, and the anniversary of China-Malaysia Diplomatic Relationship.

Highlight 5:Artworks and Foods

Visitors will see characteristic Malaysian artworks and their production process in the pavilion and will have the chance to taste delicious Malaysian foods such as bak kut teh, etc.

Ini merupakan Pavilion Malaysia di Expo Dunia yang bakal berlangsung di Shanghai bermula 1 Mei hingga 31 Oktober 2010, terpilih antara 15 Pavilion terbaik di Expo tersebut..unik & tersendiri..Tahniah Malaysia!! layari http://en.expo2010.cn/ untuk melihat Pavilion negara2 lain yang mengambil bahagian..

10 thoughts on “Malaysia Pavilion:Pearl of Southeast Asia

  1. Tidak dinafikan Memang cantik…tp korang prasan tak…kalau korang naik heli ke @ kapal terbang…tengok Msia pavillion ni dari atas…sah2 nampak lambang salib bangunan tue…fikir2kanlah…

    • lebih tepat shape dia macam lambang Nazi kalau dari atas..mungkin kebetulan kot, sebab rekaan bumbung minangkabau yang dipilih, kalau buat bentuk lain mungkin xjadi macam tu kot..hehehe..

  2. Asal usul malaysia pavilion ni kontrak ni dapat kat company buat ubat. Tak logik langsung. Tapi sebab ada hubungan kronisme dapat kat company tu. Macam kita nak tempah baju tapi pergi ke kedai basikal pula. Malaysia boleh. tak taulah berapa puluh juta buat ni semua.

    • No prizes for guessing who was among the first to visit the website, and because the Tourism Ministry has always been on our radar, it was the first call. Maybe we were expecting too much, but the search showed just four results: Upgrading of tourist facilities at Batu Caves (RM2.98 million); supply of personal computers (RM2.98 million); supply of notebooks (RM1.55 million) and supply and installation of interlocking pavement bricks (RM1.29 million). There were no details on the much talked-about construction of the Malaysian pavilion in Shanghai (where the World Expo would be held) which was purportedly awarded to a pharmaceutical company and the
      advertising agencies given the contract to market Malaysia overseas.

      http://www.thesundaily.com/article.cfm?id=45123

  3. MACC seizes files from Venturepharm
    http://www.thesundaily.com/article.cfm?id=36339

    Tourism Ministry: First tender called off following proper procedures
    http://www.thesundaily.com/article.cfm?id=36137

    • esok company yg supply catering bleh dapat tender bina jambatan lak, pastu tengah2 jambatan ada bau makanan..hahahaha…lawak betul la..nampak sangat xtelus..dengar kat berita tadi nilai pavilion ni RM25 juta..pasni sape yg pening kepala keluar dari pavilion ni, dapat ubat percuma dari Venturepharm… 🙂

  4. kalau boleh akan datang kalau nak buat promosi tentang melaysia jangan pakai kebudayaan melayu yang sama seperti Indonesia (nanti dibilang maling)

    pakai Kebudayaan melayu Semenanjung (Langkasuka) Kedah kelantan Terengganu….

    atap diganti dengan design Singgora jangan pakai Minang kabau…

  5. the design is not that great. too many flaws in theoretical and also design wise which lead to misunderstanding about Malaysia.
    Apparently Minangkabau represent much on Indonesia rather than Malaysia.

    I would say, this pavilion which cost about 20 M only worth to be first year architecture student’s work

    I heard it even get worst inside the building. even Indonesia do better than us.

    Congratulation to the pharmaceutical company who has done such a ‘great job’. you have put Malaysia Architecture & Design to shame through worldwide.

    • hahaha…that’s why the pavilion look very pharmaceutical than architecture design aesthetic like other pavilion.. thanks to Tourism Malaysia for their great achievement, hahaha…

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