- Urban Symphony
- Music-box pavilion, A hanging flower garden
- Zone B
- National Pavilion Day:
- 7th Aug., 2010
The Singapore pulse and rhythm, activated by the creative use and design of water and the flower garden, can be fully experienced in the Singapore Pavilion. Like a music box, the pavilion is sustained by four poles which signify the multi-ethnic composing the harmonious Urban Symphony.
On the ground floor, different music notes can be made by changing your gait pace. On the second floor, there are three amphitheaters where you can learn about the Singapore's modern culture through the multi-media shows. And walking upward, awaits you a roof garden which is dotted with the rare tropical plants transported from Singapore like "Singapore Shanghai Expo Dendrobium", a special kind of Orchid that Singapore has bred for Shanghai Expo.
Environmental awareness weaved in the pavilion also unveils you how the nation makes the most of possible resources to build and maintain a flower garden country. Facade slits and chilled water along the perimeter of the ground floor centre space effectively adjust the pavilion temperature and greatly lower energy consumption. The recyclable materials are also used to construct this pavilion.