Follow by Email

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

P6 Learning Journey to Sentosa 2016: Day 1



Dear all,

We are so sorry for not updating the blog earlier today. We were moving around today and the WIFI signals were intermittent.


Nevertheless, here are our memories for today!


Fort Siloso Skywalk & Surrender Chambers
In the 19th century, Singapore became an important sea trading port for the British. To defend the island from sea invasion, Fort Siloso was one of three forts that were built on Sentosa Island (once known as Pulau Blakang Mati). 

During World War II, the Japanese troops invaded Singapore from the north through peninsula Malaya and the guns in Fort Siloso were turned landwards to support the ground troops.

Today, being the only preserved coastal fort in Singapore, Fort Siloso is a historical attraction with a rich memorabilia of pre-WWII and WWII-era guns and remains of fortified military structures and tunnels.
(Source: http://staging.sentosa.com.sg)


























Kidzania Singapore!
KidZania is one of the fastest growing kid’s hands-on entertainment brands in the world. It is an interactive indoor theme park combining inspiration, fun and learning through realistic role-play for children aged 4 to 17. 

At KidZania Singapore, kids can independently explore an 81,000 square feet kid-sized city, complete with buildings, paved streets, vehicles and a functioning economy, just like in a real world! Through realistic role-play, they learn about different careers, the inner-workings of a city and the concept of managing money. 
KidZania is designed to educate through experience, fostering the development of life skills, giving kids the confidence and inspiration to be great global citizens. KidZania has become a global phenomenon with numerous locations throughout the world. 

Each KidZania location offers experiences that are relevant to a particular region, culture and geography by way of food, entertainment and professions. 

Each activity is carefully crafted in close collaboration with real-world brands to ensure the realism and authenticity that is synonymous with the brand. (Source: https://www.kidzania.com.sg)






































Our dinner at Port Belly!
After almost 6 hours experiencing the different vocations at KidZania, we were all famished and the spread of piping hot delicacies at Port Belly was certainly a welcoming sight for all our hungry campers!  

Check out the food!



Learning to queue up and serving each other










A group photograph to end the day




Our hotel, Fort Canning Lodge

After a long and fruitful day, we checked in to our accommodation eagerly for a hot shower and rest. 

Check out our room!





That's all for Day 1. Even as we all returned to our respective rooms, we are thankful to have caring tour guides who have gone out of the way to make sure all our needs from nourishment to transport were being met.

Stay tuned for Day 2!

Good night!



1 comment:

  1. Thank you for the lovely photos. Glad to see the kids enjoying themselves after the PSLE! Have FUN....

    ReplyDelete