World's Fair Information Manual


EXHIBIT
Pavilion of Malaysia
(Malaya, Singapore, Sarawak & North Borneo)
AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVES
Mr. Ng Ufong
Ministry of Commerce and Industry
Trade Divison, Federation of Malaysia
__and
His Excellency Dato Ong Yoke Lin
Ambassador of the Federation of Malaysia
2401 Massachusetts Avenue, N. W.
Washington 8, D. C.
202 AD 4-7600
FAIR CONTACT
Mr. Douglas Beaton
CONTRACT SIGNED
October 9, 1962
ADMISSION
Free
LOCATION
Block 32; Lot 10
International Area
AREA
8,898 sq. ft.
ARCHITECT
Mr. Paul Leung
402 Chan Wing Building
Kuala Lumpur
Federation of Malaysia
__and
Mr. H. Dickson McKenna
Tippetts-Abbett-McCarthy-Stratton
375 Park Avenue
New York 22, New York
PL 5-2000
CONTRACTOR
D. Fortunato, Inc.

SOURCE: 1964 World's Fair Information Manual

FEATURES
The five aims of the Pavilion of Malaysia will be; to publicize their economic stability, promote tourism, project progress, advertise industrial products and establish a means of contact between business and industrial interests.

The flags of the Federate States comprising Malaysia will be flown in an unusual display on the exterior of the building. There will be exotic plants in the pool around the central stair which leads up to the main exhibition level.

The first floor will be utilized for national displays. A restaurant on this same level will accommodate eighty five persons and serve typical Malaysian food.

The second floor will house industrial and commercial exhibits. A 70 seat theatrette will show Malaysian films.

Pavilion of the Malaysia

Source: NY World's Fair Publication For Those Who Built the Fair

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