Countries from South and Central America, Europe, Asia and the Middle East have pavilions in the Pink Zone.
On the edge of False Creek are the pavilions of the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States and Mexico. To the north, the Norwegian Great Explorers and the pavilions of Sri Lanka, South Pacific and Peru will fascinate you.
In the Aircraft Square, colourful planes, balloons and swirling objects hang from a tall, woven metal structure.
To the north of this square, the Czechoslovakia pavilion, recognisable by its five buildings in a row, offers an insight into the culture of this country. Near the Cambie Bridge, there is the Swiss pavilion to the north and the Saudi Arabian pavilion to the south.
Under the Cambie Bridge, there is plenty of action and new friends in the Children's Playground.
To the west of the Cambie Bridge, the U.S.S.R. pavilion introduces visitors to this huge country before taking them into space. Near this pavilion, the ferry to the Purple and Yellow Zones leaves.
The pavilions of Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand, Brunei Darussalam and the Philippines are grouped around the same square.
You can take the Canadian Tire sponsored Monorail east or west at the Bridge Station.
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