Showcasing Myanmar’s significant culture, deep history and values of its people, the pavilion incorporates unique wooden architecture.
Many of these species are protected by Myanmar’s system of national parks and wildlife sanctuaries.
To this day Myanmar remains one of the most mysterious and undiscovered destinations in the world, a land of breathtaking beauty and warm culture.
Myanmar is rich not only in traditions; the fertile land is crossed by a number of rivers that are used for transportation and irrigation, and as a source of food.
Mines have yielded some of the world’s finest rubies and imperial jades. The country’s natural resources also include a stunning array of flora and fauna, from elusive tigers and elephants, to rare birds, butterflies and orchids.