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Kenya Pavilion


 Kenya Pavilion

THEME: Cities of Discoveries and Harmony

PAVILION: The varied environments of Kenya are the inspiration for the Pavilion’s architecture. It is divided into four distinct sections, each with their own unique architecture and attraction.

EXHIBIT: Visitors will enter into Manyatta, the Village display of Kenya. This section of the Pavilion has the open feel of a typical Kenyan village and will be the most eye-catching portion of the Pavilion. Theatrical presentations and cultural events will take place regularly in this section of the Pavilion, giving visitors an insight into the vibrant and inspiring lifestyle in a Kenyan village. These performances will focus in (although not exclusively) on the Massai tribe that is the most populous of the ethnic groups in Kenya. The second area, The National Parks of Kenya, will display photos of the justifiably world-famous national parks of Kenya in a secluded stand of trees. This will serve to give the visitors an introduction to the varied and exotic wildlife that live in the National Parks. The New City of Nairobi is connected to the National Parks area and shows the typical architecture of Kenya’s capital, and illustrates how the urban and the natural balance and harmonize with one another. Finally, the Old City of Lamu will give visitors a chance to visit an older city in Kenya, the coastal port of Lamu, and see the traditional wisdom of Kenya firsthand for themselves.

CUISINE: There is no dining area listed for the Pavilion.

SHOPPING: There is no specific shopping facility listed for the Pavilion.

Note: This Pavilion is located in the Africa Joint Pavilion.

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