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School trips to Singapore

Singapore

School trips to Singapore

Known as the Lion City, Singapore is a country made up of 63 islands.  It is separated from Malaysia by the Straits of Johor to its north and from Indonesia’s Riau Islands by the Singapore Strait to its south. Singapore is highly urbanised but almost half of the country is covered by greenery.

Business & Commerce

BUSINESS & COMMERCE

Singapore is home to thousands of start-ups, renowned venture capitalists and star investors and has recently risen up to be the Business Hub of Southeast Asia.  Much of the success can be credited to the Singapore government for a large amount of funding put towards programs and institutions.  Due to the success, Singapore makes the perfect destination for business and entrepreneurship tours which allow students to gain a deep understanding of the business system in Singapore.

Students will be exposed to some of the renowned start-up incubators and accelerators, participate in sharing sessions and discussions with entrepreneurs, learning about their journeys as well as interact with investors who have set up business Singapore.  Singapore’s rich culture, top attractions and unique business dynamic makes it a top destinations for any Business & Commerce student looking for a true insight into the world of business.

THE HIGHLIGHTS OF SINGAPORE

  • Singapore Flyer is a large observation wheel that stands 541 feet above the ground and offers breathtaking panoramic views of the city
  • Stroll along Clarke Quay at night: a historical riverside quay that’s filled with restaurants, bars, and fun entertainment venues where you can practice your karaoke.
  • Visit the coolest offices in Singapore, including: Google, SAP, AirBNB, Facebook, Twitter, Microsoft, Spotify, Sapient Nitro
  • Singapore Cooking Experience with island visit: Another private cooking session.  Learn how to prepare and taste meals as if it were during the more traditional Kampong houses. Use local jungle herbs collected during an off-site visit to the nearby island of Pulau Ubin.
  • Little India, Little India Arcade and Kampong Glam: Observe how different cultures mesh wonderfully in this district; smell, see and hear aspects of the sub-continent.
  • Gardens by the bay: Explore this futuristic (and colossal) fantasy-land of bio-domes, super-trees and themed worlds.
  • Haji Lane in the Kampong Glam neighbourhood: a tucked-away alley that holds a collection of narrow shop houses that have been converted into hip shops where every fashionista will feel at home.
  • Gillman Barracks a contemporary arts cluster in Singapore that is home to celebrated art galleries, the NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore.
  • Dinner at Hawker Food Center: Singapore is the culinary capital of Asia. The city is split into gastronomic pockets, from Little India to Chinatown, which offers not only superb Chinese food but also Burmese, Korean, Taiwanese, and Nonya cuisine (half-Chinese, half-Malay). Take a walk around a Hawker Center, better known in the west as a food court, however in Singapore the food quality is extremely high and prepared by masters of their craft!
  • The Helix Bridge: officially The Helix, and previously known as the Double Helix Bridge; this is a pedestrian bridge linking Marina Centre with Marina South in the Marina Bay area in Singapore.

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Sample itinerary - Singapore

Day 1 – AUSTRALIA – SINGAPORE

OVERNIGHT flight

Day 2 – SINGAPORE

Arrive Singapore – Meet and greet by Travelbound Representative Private transfer to your hotel for check-in – Singapore Flyer – Stroll along Clarke Quay

Day 3 – SINGAPORE

Kampong Glam food walking tour walking tour neighbourhood – Dinner at Hawker Food Centre at leisure

Day 4 – SINGAPORE

Cultural City Tour – Thian Hock Keng Temple – Little India – Kampong Glam – Sultan Mosque – The Helix Bridge

Day 5 – SINGAPORE

Gardens by the bay – 2 Domes – Singapore Cooking Experience with market visit

Day 6 – SINGAPORE

Universal studios

Day 7 – SINGAPORE

World War II history tour: Changi Museum – Kranji War Memorial – Fort Canning Park – Battlebox and Fort Siloso – Night Safari

Day 8 – SINGAPORE

Singapore Cooking Experience with island visit – Science Centre

Day 9 – SINGAPORE – AUSTRALIA

Sentosa Island – Dolphin Lagoon – Private transfer to Singapore Airport – Depart Singapore – Arrive Australia

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