DP World Flow Pavilion
Witness the flow of global trade
The Power of Flow
From the dredging of the Dubai Creek in the 1950s through to today’s bustling Port of Jebel Ali — the Middle East’s busiest port — Dubai has long been a hub for global cargo. At the DP World Pavilion, you’ll explore the local history and future of cargo through the theme of “Making Trade Flow”, demonstrating the many ways that the movement of goods affects our lives. From the prototype Hyperloop Cargospeed pod outside the pavilion to the technologies featured within, visitors can tour the full panorama of global trade through real-time visualisations of worldwide cargo traffic, augmented-reality exhibits, digital games and more.
DP World Flow Pavilion 360
Explore DP World Flow Pavilion in 360°
DP World Flow Pavilion is a stout, five-storey structure with rounded corners, which features alternating bands of glass and steel. Tall, thin slats climb up the length of the building and curve in a thin strip around its sides. Flowing lines of red, green, and white enliven this external façade.