EXPO 2020 is about to end in a few days, but many people are still curious about what will happen to the 1083-acre plot and pavilions after the 6-month event.
In a video of Thomas Blakemore, a Dubai-based school teacher revealed to his followers on Instagram what will happen after March 31, 2022.
This is the revelation; the EXPO 2020 Dubai will reopen on October 1, 2022, in its new name, as District 2020, a 15-minute smart city.
The plot will become a mini-town where life will be easier. Different facilities like schools, attractions, offices, shops, homes, and parks will be at a 15-minute distance from each other.
Here are the following pavilions that confirmed that they will stay and be part of District 2020
- The Firdaus Recording Studio
- Observation Tower
- The Dubai Exhibition Centre (DEC)
- The waterfall Feature
- The Al Wasl Dome
- Terra, the solar-paneled sustainability pavilion
- Alif, the mobility pavilion
- Saudi Arabia Pavilion
- India Pavilion
- UAE Pavilion
District 2020 will continue to feature bike tracks and the largest projection dome. Dubai will have a smart city and a thriving business and residential district. This project will become a new ground for research, technology, and education in Dubai.