In Singapore, you can enjoy some warm family time at Sentosa, immerse in top-end shopping experiences in Orchard Road, go to Lau Pa Sat, also known as Telok Ayer Market, for a taste of various cuisine or have your senses tickled in exotic Little India...
All good memories come from the best experiences.Let Stamford Rhine Preschool take you on an adventurous journey into the Singapore History and Culture Festival to discover the“Garden City”—Singapore.
Singapore, here we come!
Following the signboards with information from the postcards, the children began their Singapore adventure！
The famous Merlion Tower is the icon of Sentosa and is tallest free-form structure in Singapore. This amazing landmark replicated by our teachers, attracted many children and parents.
At this station, the children got to know a generation of great men who had developed Singapore from a backward fishing village to one of the world's important commercial ports. At the same time, they were surprised to find that many of buildings were named after Sir Stamford Raffles.
Who is the main character in this film? Let us watch and get to know the story with Mom and Dad！
Is this Singapore's currency?
Why is it different from ours?
Under Daddy and Mommy’s guidance, children observed the currency wall intently.
How much do you know about Singapore’s Education system? Let’s see.
Wow, What a big plane! Can this plane fly?
No! This is just an airplane model exhibit! But you can take a photo with it！
Wow, the postcard is completed! We can exchange for the food coupon now！
Which Singapore food do you know? Which Singapore food have you eaten? How is the taste? Is it the same as the food we usually eat? Let's taste the different flavors of Singapore cuisine！
Savouring delicious food is enjoyable but the time spent waiting in anticipation is the happiest! Look, the children are waiting patiently in line...
What is this booth selling?
Teacher, how much is this?
Ok, here you are!
Thank you, teacher！
For the first time, the children had the taste of authentic Singapore food, savouring the different flavours of this Southeast Asian cuisine with their parents! What a culinary journey！
We end the day with a cheerful and lively "Curry, Curry" dance. All the teachers, students and parents of the school danced in participation, displaying interesting dance steps and styles. What an unforgettable experience!
In addition to history, culture and food, there are still a lot to be discovered in Singapore! Let’s look forward to our next stop. Thank you for your active participation and support.