- Harmony in diversity
- Lahore Fort-like space imagination
- Zone A
The 2,000-square-meter Pakistan Pavilion, adjacent to the China Pavilion, is the duplicate of Lahore Fort for its 400-year-witness status.
As the "oldest" pavilion on the Expo site, Pakistan Pavilion stands out in its modern and fashionable structures. However, inside it still keeps up with the time and pays tribute to modern Pakistan. Numerous modern technologies are widely applied to show pictures of people's daily lives, scenic views along the Silk Road and handicrafts of Pakistan, its capital city Islamabad, Buddhism, the country's founder Mohammad Ali Jinnah and its cultural relics.
Besides, traditional Pakistani dances are performed and a restaurant serves the unique tastes of the country's cuisine with BBQ foods, unique sauces and "Chai", a special milk tea.