In addition to exploring various futuristic solutions presented, you can paint your Instagram walls and stories with 192 shades of the Expo 2020 site. In this article, we’ll discuss the best Instagrammable places at Expo 2020 to make your account trend with likes and comments.
Best Instagrammable Places at Expo 2020
Al Wasl Plaza
Let’s start the list with the obvious. Al Wasl Plaza, dubbed the ‘Heart of the Expo 2020’ does justify the phrase. Housing the World’s largest projection screen, the dome is an engineering marvel which exuberates an enchanting look. Especially at night, the visitors are marvelled by the ‘Thanos Gauntlet’ lightning which makes us question if we’re inside a VFX scene.
The Water Feature
The 2nd place is also an obvious selection. Already the Water Feature is making waves on Instagram. Located between the Al Wasl Plaza and Jubilee Park, water falling from a 13 metre high curved wall disappears before touching the ground. If you visit the spot at night, the Water Feature defies gravity and reverses its direction. Pure white water falling over the black rock structure creates a natural contrast and makes it one of the best natural instagrammable spots.
For women, there are free yoga sessions conducted before the Water Feature. Doing yoga poses in front of the stunning structure would be an absolute treat for your Instagram followers.
In front of the SpaceX Falcon 9
Elon Musk is a common name everyone is aware of. He is an inspiration to many of the youngsters. His workaholic nature and witty mind are something many aspire to learn. There is a Space X Falcon 9 scale-by-scale replica installed at the entrance of the US pavilion. If you’re into the tech stuff, you’d find the spot the best one for your Instagram.
The Three-Dimensional Origami
In Japanese culture, there is a belief that if you fold 1000 origami cranes, your wish would come true. The Japan pavilion’s exterior wall is made of three-dimensional origami structures combining the Arabesque and Asanoha patterns. Not sure about the ‘Wish’ part but you’ll get your Instagram audience to go ‘wow’ if you take a pic in front of this stunning structure.
The Retro Tunnel
Just like the classic, retro backgrounds used in pop albums, the Australian pavilion has a mysterious purple tunnel that looks dazzling. The tunnel is lit with violet neon tubes and the walls are decorated with Indigenous street arts. It is the perfect spot to recreate popular albums mimicking the singers.
Saudi Arabia Pavilion
There are many architectural marvels in Expo 2020. But to capture the complete beauty of them, you’d need a drone camera. Be it the Falcon winged UAE pavilion or the mobility pavilion. This aspect makes Saudi Arabia’s pavilion unique as you can capture the essence of every pixel from the ground level. The structure looks like a stack of monitors leaning forward and has a screen on its face. Visit the pavilion at night to enjoy every ounce of its staggering beauty
The Sustainability Pavilion
Expo 2020 is the epitome of the future and the sustainability pavilion showcases the sustainable options we have to protect our planet and its future. It is one of the best Instagrammable spots as the structures are both artsy and futuristic. It gives the rusty, future vibe, and using a sepia tone would complement the look of your image.
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