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Sri Lanka Pavilion


Sri Lanka Pavilion

THEME: Tradition to Modernity

PAVILION: The ceiling is painted with traditional batik craft and the walls are decorated with colorful national flags.

EXHIBIT: Five distinctive cities of Sri Lanka, all of which enjoy a long history, will be displayed in an innovative and artistic way to review their histories. Valuable urban heritages are also presented to enlighten the world how Sri Lanka has achieved development together with preservation of its cultural heritages. Maps, models, outdoor scenes, images and artistic creations presented in the Pavilion show tangible heritages of Sri Lanka during its development and transformation. Traditional dances and music will be performed on small stages. In the center of the Pavilion is an ornately carved structure representative of Sri Lankan architecture, with gorgeous décor highlighting the artistic sensibilities of Sri Lankan culture. Among the video displays will be the Buddha Tooth Temple Relic Pilgrimage from the city of Kandy, the Poison festival from the city of Anuradhapura, the 2500-year Buddhist traditions and tourist attractions from the city of Sigiriya and the urban development of the city of Galle.

CUISINE: There is a small counter at which visitors can sample traditional cuisine from Sri Lanka. It is located adjacent to the entrance/exit.

SHOPPING: World famous Ceylon tea and spices are available in shops at the Pavilion, as well as handicrafts of Sri Lankan culture.

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One Response

  1. Really wonderful place to be with. Keep it up.

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