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
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.
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..