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The Design of Brunei Darussalam Pavillion

Forests to Reefs: Sustainable Biodiversity

The theme ‘Forests to Reefs: Sustainable Biodiversity’ reflects the reciprocal relations between the flora and fauna, and the marine ecosystem to safe haven to the most vitally diverse and varied population of nature. 

The Government of Brunei Darussalam and its people continuously show their commitment in sustaining biodiversity richness through activities to preserve the environment and protect the wildlife in Brunei Darussalam.

The Sultanate acknowledges the need for a balanced growth, thus its move towards sustaining its natural biodiversity.  28 years into its independence, Brunei Darussalam and its people continue to strive forward to becoming one of  the leading developing nations that places priority in the well-being of its natural environment while keeping up with  modern advancement.

This exposition will not only highlight Brunei Darussalam’s diverse ecosystem but also showcase the effective and  successful management of its available natural resources.

The Design of Brunei Darussalam Pavillion


Exterior Design of Brunei Darussalam Pavilion

Stepping inside Brunei Darussalam’s pavilion, visitors will immediately experience a memorable journey through Brunei Darussalam’s luscious tropical rainforest and get a clear understanding on its relationship with marine habitats.    

The overall concept of the pavilion reflects its theme which is ‘Forests to Reefs: Sustainable Biodiversity’, a concept that showcases Brunei Darussalam as nature’s treasure trove.


Layout of Brunei Darussalam Pavilion


The pathway depicts the famous Canopy Walk, a popular travel item based in Temburong District that overlooks Brunei’s pristine rainforest. The pavilion also displays the different types of forests, animals and sea life that exist in Brunei Darussalam’s forests and reefs.


The pathway

An aquarium stands as the centerpiece of the pavilion to demonstrate the coexistence of coral reefs and fish communities that are found in Brunei’s waters. Each corner of the pavilion showcases distinctive features of Brunei Darussalam’s rich forest dwellers, to the different types of forests and the colourful sea life.




View of Brunei Forests Section

View of the Central Aquarium



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