Dubai citizens and foreign visitors will receive a special passport as a souvenir while touring over 200 pavilions at the coming Dubai Expo 2020.
According to a statement, the special passport is expected to motivate tourists to come and visit more pavilions in the fascinating 182-day event.
The passport helps the visitors to keep track of all the international stages they have gone and get pavilion stamps as a remembrance. The Expo 2020 version is inspired by the UAE’s heritage, connecting the past and the present.
According to the statement, ‘The 50-page booklet, which looks like an official passport, includes artwork and photographs of the three Thematic Pavilions (Mission Possible – The Opportunity Pavilion, Alif – The Mobility Pavilion, and Terra – The Sustainability Pavilion), as well as Al Wasl Plaza and other Dubai attractions comprising the city skyline.’
The yellow colored, customizable passport has its improved safety measures, which comprises a unique number, a space for a passport-sized photo, personal information, and hidden watermarked images on each of its pages, assuring that no two documents are the same.
The passport pays tribute to the UAE’s Founding Father, His Highness Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, with a unique page printed in gold foil. Visitors to Expo will also receive an exclusive stamp celebrating the UAE’s 50th anniversary on December 2nd.
The Expo 2020 Dubai passport costs $5.45 (AED20) and can be purchased through its official site as well as all official Expo 2020 Dubai shops throughout the Expo area, including the Expo 2020 Dubai store in Dubai Airports’ Terminal 3.
The Expo 2020, which will kick start from October 1, 2021, to March 31, 2022, will gather more than 200 contributors from 191 nations, as well as companies, international organizations, and educational institutions. The Expo will welcome visitors from all around the globe to participate in the six-month celebration of the human intellect, innovation, development, and culture.
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