We’re back in Asia and this time we’re looking at Thailand’s pavilion, which is in the shape of the traditional hat of Thai rice farmers, the Ngob. The pavilion’s architecture is also supposed to represent the sinuous lines of beings or spirits of nature, important in Thai culture. Throughout the exhibition space, visitors will learn about Thailand and its traditions, as well as offering traditional Thai street food in an atmosphere recreating the floating market of times past in Bangkok. There is also a virtual cinema, and 360 degree video projections, interactive tools and even acrobatic shows. Check out some images below.