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Trinidad and Tobago Pavilion


Trinidad and Tobago Pavilion

THEME: Trinidad & Tobago: We Are Next

PAVILION: The modernistic Pavilion is meant to symbolize the pan, the national musical instrument of Trinidad & Tobago.

EXHIBIT: Utilizing shades of grey, red and white to create a sleek modern look, the Pavilion is set up in a series of curves radiating into partitions, or “pillars.” Each pillar contains an exhibit on one of the island’s growing urban centers, including Port of Spain, Scarborough, San Fernando and Sangre Grande. An information desk at the front of the Pavilion will be staffed by friendly, knowledgeable people from Trinidad and Tobago who will have further information for business opportunities and tourism facilities, in addition to being able to reserve the VIP area for businessmen wishing to invest in Trinidad and Tobago. The central area will house a theater and entertainment area, where films will be screened as well as occasional live performances. In the rear, mannequins will wear gaudy and colorful carnival outfits from Trinidad and Tobago’s splendid carnival. An exhibit on the pan will include a pan player who will perform daily. A 3D model of Port of Spain is also on display here. 

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

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

Note: This Pavilion was located in the Caribbean Community Joint Pavilion

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