- One Malaysia--City Harmonious Living
- Titled-up eaves, 47 ethnic dances
- Pavilion location:
- Expo Area A
- National pavilion day:
- Sep. 12th, 2010
The 3,000-square-meter Malaysia Pavilion takes the shape of a traditional and high Malaysian hut. The corridor and entry is based on the mosque temple of Islam, one of the dominated religions in Malaysia while the façade combines the Malaysia tradition exotic print. The Malaysia Pavilion also challenges its green sense by building with the recyclable palm oil and plastic. The natural landscape and the solidarity of its 47 ethnic groups are well echoed in its theme "One Malaysia--City Harmonious Living."
If you are fascinated with the Malaysia exotic cultures, the pavilion's highlight--show stage in the centre will deserve a visit for its dancing performances blending 47 Malaysia ethnic characteristics. Besides this, in the pavilion you can taste the charm of the World Heritage legacies like the Malacca and Penang or be a Malaysian in the city life in the indoor golf area and the traditional indoor games.