Check Out 10 Captivating Pavilions in Dubai's Global Village

Published February 4th, 2020 - 12:50 GMT

Global Village in Dubai is located on Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Road Dubai. It combines cultures of 90 countries across the world at one place. It claims to be the world's largest tourism, leisure, shopping and entertainment project. It is the region's first cultural, entertainment, family and shopping destination.

Here are 10 of the most fascinating villages in GV.

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1. Syrian Pavilion

1. The Syrian Pavilion: The pavilion reflects the country’s traditional friendliness to visitors. Its design retells the story of the evolution of Islamic architecture. with a wide range of products such as cereals, beans, hummus, corn, fresh juice, sahlab, and tamer Hindi. along with famous Syrian Labneh, Cheese, Zaatar, olives, and Jam are part of the Syrian cuisine and tasting is also part of the pavilion tour.

2. Lebanese Pavilion

2. The Lebanese Pavilion: This pavilion showcases a large variety of homemade Lebanese food products for visitors to taste and select. Lebanon is famous for its designers, locally manufactured soaps and fashion accessories, cosmetics, personal care products, and many other items that dominate the pavilion. An all-new cultural experience zone allows you to indulge in the Lebanese culture and witness live Dabkeh dance shows performed by a folk group.

3. Japanese Pavilion

3. The Japan Pavilion: Enter the Japan Pavilion and get to witness traditional Japanese culture. New to Season 24, the pavilion has its own cultural experience area, which highlights live performances, festivities and live craft making. Japanese massage, Koto players, Kimono clad hostesses, Anime themed ice creams, gifts and chocolates and collagen containing soft drinks, you’ll find them all here.

4. Moroccan Pavilion

4. The Moroccan Pavilion: The pavilion retains its quintessential characteristics with products that represent the country’s geographic location and art. Known for its Islamic architecture and mosaic art, Morocco’s rich history has thrived on reinforcing its own architectural identity. The traditional garment and accessories exhibited at the Moroccan Pavilion confirm the country’s antique heritage.

5. Saudi Arabia Pavilion

5. The Saudi Pavilion: The pavilion hosts the most authentic products that reflect the country’s popular produce. Topping the list are the traditional Saudi Abayas, Niqab, Gashwa, Shaila, perfumes, oud, Dkhon, dates, coffee, and Mamoul. This year, the pavilion features an all-new experiential zone where you can learn about Saudi culture.

6. Turkey Pavilion

6. The Turkish Pavilion: The pavilion is known for glass and ceramic ware with fine Anatolian designs in lively colors, the pavilion reflects the country’s key epochs and is a great exhibit of its calligraphy and design traditions. It’s a bustling hive for visitors who flock to sample Turkish delicacies and shop to satisfy their aesthetic inclinations.

7. Palestinian and Jordanian Pavilion

7. Palestinian and Jordanian Pavilion: This pavilion gives you a real feel of traveling through its famous and beautiful cities in both countries, visit traditional street markets and sample authentic products, souvenirs, fresh juices. A wide range of traditional food at the pavilion helps satiate the palate of guests. This year, the pavilion features an all-new cultural experience zone where you can learn about Jordanian and Palestinian cultures together and also witness live folk group shows.

8. The South Korean Pavilion

8. The South Korean Pavilion: The pavilion showcases a wide range of products unique to Korea such as ladies' shoes and bags, assorted beauty products, accessories, and gifts.

9. The Chinese Pavilion

9. The Chinese Pavilion: Prominent for its wide variety of products offered, the China pavilion presents them in all shapes. top the list of in-demand the women’s Dress and Clothes, Baby Dress , Bags, toys and stationery. along with Key chains, caps, sunglasses, watches, men accessories. One of the largest pavilions at Global Village, its stage features daily cultural shows, folk dances, and epics of the populous country of 1.2 billion people and a history traced to a million years ago.

10. The Bosnia & Balkans Pavilion

10. The Bosnia & Balkans Pavilion: This is the third consecutive season that the Bosnia & Balkans pavilion has graced Global Village with its wide range of authentic products, foods and glimpses of its culture. The pavilion hosts live performances and is a destination for meat, cheese, spinach and sweet delights along with traditional Organic and herbal Bosnian products .

1. Syrian Pavilion
2. Lebanese Pavilion
3. Japanese Pavilion
4. Moroccan Pavilion
5. Saudi Arabia Pavilion
6. Turkey Pavilion
7. Palestinian and Jordanian Pavilion
8. The South Korean Pavilion
9. The Chinese Pavilion
10. The Bosnia & Balkans Pavilion
1. Syrian Pavilion
1. The Syrian Pavilion: The pavilion reflects the country’s traditional friendliness to visitors. Its design retells the story of the evolution of Islamic architecture. with a wide range of products such as cereals, beans, hummus, corn, fresh juice, sahlab, and tamer Hindi. along with famous Syrian Labneh, Cheese, Zaatar, olives, and Jam are part of the Syrian cuisine and tasting is also part of the pavilion tour.
2. Lebanese Pavilion
2. The Lebanese Pavilion: This pavilion showcases a large variety of homemade Lebanese food products for visitors to taste and select. Lebanon is famous for its designers, locally manufactured soaps and fashion accessories, cosmetics, personal care products, and many other items that dominate the pavilion. An all-new cultural experience zone allows you to indulge in the Lebanese culture and witness live Dabkeh dance shows performed by a folk group.
3. Japanese Pavilion
3. The Japan Pavilion: Enter the Japan Pavilion and get to witness traditional Japanese culture. New to Season 24, the pavilion has its own cultural experience area, which highlights live performances, festivities and live craft making. Japanese massage, Koto players, Kimono clad hostesses, Anime themed ice creams, gifts and chocolates and collagen containing soft drinks, you’ll find them all here.
4. Moroccan Pavilion
4. The Moroccan Pavilion: The pavilion retains its quintessential characteristics with products that represent the country’s geographic location and art. Known for its Islamic architecture and mosaic art, Morocco’s rich history has thrived on reinforcing its own architectural identity. The traditional garment and accessories exhibited at the Moroccan Pavilion confirm the country’s antique heritage.
5. Saudi Arabia Pavilion
5. The Saudi Pavilion: The pavilion hosts the most authentic products that reflect the country’s popular produce. Topping the list are the traditional Saudi Abayas, Niqab, Gashwa, Shaila, perfumes, oud, Dkhon, dates, coffee, and Mamoul. This year, the pavilion features an all-new experiential zone where you can learn about Saudi culture.
6. Turkey Pavilion
6. The Turkish Pavilion: The pavilion is known for glass and ceramic ware with fine Anatolian designs in lively colors, the pavilion reflects the country’s key epochs and is a great exhibit of its calligraphy and design traditions. It’s a bustling hive for visitors who flock to sample Turkish delicacies and shop to satisfy their aesthetic inclinations.
7. Palestinian and Jordanian Pavilion
7. Palestinian and Jordanian Pavilion: This pavilion gives you a real feel of traveling through its famous and beautiful cities in both countries, visit traditional street markets and sample authentic products, souvenirs, fresh juices. A wide range of traditional food at the pavilion helps satiate the palate of guests. This year, the pavilion features an all-new cultural experience zone where you can learn about Jordanian and Palestinian cultures together and also witness live folk group shows.
8. The South Korean Pavilion
8. The South Korean Pavilion: The pavilion showcases a wide range of products unique to Korea such as ladies' shoes and bags, assorted beauty products, accessories, and gifts.
9. The Chinese Pavilion
9. The Chinese Pavilion: Prominent for its wide variety of products offered, the China pavilion presents them in all shapes. top the list of in-demand the women’s Dress and Clothes, Baby Dress , Bags, toys and stationery. along with Key chains, caps, sunglasses, watches, men accessories. One of the largest pavilions at Global Village, its stage features daily cultural shows, folk dances, and epics of the populous country of 1.2 billion people and a history traced to a million years ago.
10. The Bosnia & Balkans Pavilion
10. The Bosnia & Balkans Pavilion: This is the third consecutive season that the Bosnia & Balkans pavilion has graced Global Village with its wide range of authentic products, foods and glimpses of its culture. The pavilion hosts live performances and is a destination for meat, cheese, spinach and sweet delights along with traditional Organic and herbal Bosnian products .