Singapore is a hustling city-state that booms with aesthetic places to see, scrumptious places to eat from, and glorious souvenirs to buy from. Singapore’s stupendous beauty is unmatchable on Instagram as well! This island is truly every globe-trotter’s dream come true and a must-visit place for others. Singapore educational tour is therefore perfect for all age groups and of course students, to learn about this heaven by means of experience.
Board your flight for Singapore, on arrival in Singapore, you will be met by Earnest Educational Tour Director who will transfer you to your hotel. Set your luggage, freshen up, and proceed to have your lunch. After lunch Proceed to visit Jurong Bird Park.
Visit Jurong Bird Park which is Asia’s largest bird park, offering a 20.2-hectare hillside haven for more than 5,000 birds of over 380 species. It includes African Waterfall Aviary, the hornbill and toucan exhibit, Penguin Coast, Macaw Island, Flamingo Lake, and Heliconia Repository. In the Asia Pacific, this is the only bird park with an Avian Hospital. It has a Breeding and Research Centre tasked to ensure the welfare, breeding, and promulgation of birdlife and is also a designated rescued avian center.
After An Early Dinner gets ready for a very exceptional experience and visits Night Safari, this is one of the best safari experiences you will ever have, looking at the varied animals from all over the globe. Night Safari is the world’s first Nocturnal Zoo is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Singapore. The concept of a nocturnal park in Singapore was suggested in the 1980s by the former executive chairman of the Singapore Zoo, Dr. Ong Swee Law. Constructed at a cost of S $63 million, the Night Safari was officially opened on 26 May 1994 and occupies 40 hectares (99 acres) of secondary rainforest adjacent to the Singapore and Upper Seletar Reservoir. Night Safari currently houses 1,040 animals representing 120 species of which 29% are endangered species. After your return back to the hotel, overnight at the Hotel.
Wake up in the morning, have your breakfast and proceed for the City Tour of Singapore. Visit the beautiful city of Singapore, guided by a Tour Director, and visit the following City Hall, Parliament House, Supreme Court, the Tower-like Westin Stamford Hotel, and Mount Faber.
Visit Merlion Park which is located near Marina Bay, Singapore. This park is a popular tourist attraction. Two structures of the Merlion are located here and it is a major tourist attraction and a landmark of Singapore.
Also visit Chijmes which is a historic building complex in Singapore, which began life as a Catholic convent was known as the Convent of the Holy Infant Jesus and convent quarters are known as Caldwell House. Parliament House of Singapore is a public building and cultural landmark and houses the Parliament of Singapore. The building was designed to represent a contemporary architectural expression of stateliness and authority. The prism-shaped top, designed by the late former president Ong Teng Cheong, was similarly a modernist take on the traditional dome. Istana is the official residence and office of the President of Singapore. Meaning “palace” in Malay is where the president receives and entertains state guests. After the palace tour experience the Dalhousie Obelisk, Old Parliament House, the elephant statue, Sun Yat-Sen Nan Yang Memorial Hall, and the Gems Factory.
In the evening pair your visit to Marina Bay, a new eco-friendly visitor center, and The Helix linking Bayfront to Marina Centre where the Youth Olympic Park is located. Step into a world of fun and entertainment at Marina Bay! Catch a birds-eye-view of our city atop the colossal Singapore Flyer and the Sands SkyPark. Since its inception, The Float Marina Bay has hosted events such as the National Day Parade, New Year’s Eve Countdown, Singapore Fireworks Celebrations, as well as served as a spectator stand for the inaugural Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix. The world’s largest floating stadium played host to the Opening and Closing Ceremonies of the inaugural 2010 Summer Youth Olympics.
Later visit one of the most beautiful masterpieces, Singapore’s new icon, a 101-hectare horticultural attraction, certainly seems to be the nation’s most beautiful with more than 250 thousand rare plants in huge domed conservatories.
Enjoy an amazing view of the Marina Bay financial district skyline.
Bay South―the largest waterfront garden―is where you’ll find the impressive Supertrees. These 16-story-tall vertical gardens collect rainwater, generate solar power, and act as venting ducts for the park’s conservatories.
At Bay East – there’re pretty pavilions, lush lawns, tropical palm trees, and natural blossoms. For a reprieve from the tropical heat (and a taste of the Mediterranean climate), head to the cooled conservatory complex, which won the World Building of the Year at the World Architecture Festival 2012. There, you can study plant species from around the world such as baobabs and date palms.
Also visit Singapore Clarke Quay, a historical riverside quay in Singapore. The newly redeveloped Clarke Quay social and tourist component of brand Singapore. Crucial to its success is the ingenious moderation of the micro-climate through the design of sophisticated shading and cooling systems which reduce the ambient temperature by 4 degrees Celsius while enhancing the riverfront and streets with tremendous visual interests. The project won in 2007 Cityscape Architectural Review Award (Tourism, Travel & Transport – Built) and the Cityscape Asia Awards, Best Waterfront Development in 2008.
Dinner and overnight at the hotel.
After breakfast at the hotel proceed to MegaZip, A first for Singapore and a must for all visitors, MegaZip Adventure Park. Over 450 meters long and at 72 meters above sea level, the MegaZip flying fox lets you whizz over the jungle canopy and the buzz of Siloso Beach. Featuring the most extreme zip wires in Asia, an aerial rope course, and a free-fall simulator, it’s an experience that you’ll never forget.
A premiere high rope adventure course – with a 3 level high aerial ropes obstacle course, build around 15 meter high Eucalyptus trees. Participants are provided with full-body harnesses and are connected to continuous belaying systems. The course consists of 12 obstacles per level which include confidence gaps, horizontal ladders, and mini flying foxes.
The Leap Of Faith – A simulated parachute jump – Connected to a power fan descender that ensures a soft landing and maximum safety. Participants experience free fall from jumping off a 15-meter tower.
The main attraction – A 450-meter Zip-line which takes you from the peak of Imbiah Hill, 75 meters above ground level, across the jungle, the beach, the sea, and ending your ride on Siloso beach Island.
Participants are connected to the Zip-line by a customized ‘zipper’ that rolls you from the start to endpoint at speeds of approximately 50 km/h.
Test yourself on this monster of a climbing wall! The 16-meter wall is one of the highest in Singapore with three different routes to the top. Under the supervision of our climbing instructors, you will be safely belayed all the way to the top. Find your own route, reach the summit, and then lean back, relax, and abseil back down the North Face.
Festive Walk: Feast your senses on a world of non-stop entertainment, signature shopping experiences, and culinary adventures at Festive Walk
Crane Dance in the evening. It is the world’s largest dancing animatronics show. Watch the magical love story between a pair of mechanical cranes and how their love for each other transforms them into real birds.
Songs of Sea. Prepare to fall under the spell of a new nightly extravaganza with an enchanting marine theme. Songs of the sea, an award-winning waterworks showcase will have you spellbound with its dazzling combination of pyrotechnics, computer effects, and thrilling flame bursts accompanied by swooning music that will take your breath away. A rain or shine event, this is one performance that you won’t want to miss.
Combining groundbreaking audio and visual technologies, astounding light and water effects, be awed by the cranes’ graceful courtship ritual. The sheer size of the steel cranes moving deftly in the midst of water illusion and play of light
Today after breakfast we will proceed to visit Fort Siloso, which is the sole restored coastal gun battery from the twelve such batteries which made up “Fortress Singapore” at the start of World War II. Fort Siloso has been converted into a military museum, displaying its history and guns. Other coastal guns from different parts of Singapore have been brought here for display. It is one of the key tourist attractions at Sentosa and a showcase of life in the Fort when the British still manned it. It had previously held the display of the British Surrender. Proceed for Combat Skirmish.
Combat Skirmish is an innovative, team-focused sport akin to playing a real-life combat simulation game (think along the lines of computer games like “Counter-Strike” or “Battlefield 1942”). You will be running around, dodging your opponents’ fire, and shooting them down, as well as achieving team objectives and missions.
Enjoy Skyline & Luge. Skyline Luge Sentosa is the first-ever Luge introduced in Southeast Asia, offering 2 unique types of experiences, the Luge and Skyride. Luge is a fun- filled gravity thrill ride that is safe for all ages.
With a unique braking and steering system, you can choose to take a leisurely cruise or race down the 688 meter Dragon trail or 628-meter Jungle trail – 1.4 kilometers of fun day and night.
The experience is never complete without the Skyride. Board the Skyride for a scenic bird’s eye view of Sentosa Island, Singapore city Skyline, and the South China Sea. In the evening visit Sentosa Merlion, A 37 meter-tall mythical creature to be precise. The legendary Merlion is a half lion half fish guardian of prosperity which personifies Singapore’s history as a port city.
Here comes your way to the highlight of your tour, The Universal Studios – the region’s first and only Hollywood movie theme park. With 24 rides and attractions based on Hollywood blockbusters, the theme park has something for all age groups and all kinds of visitors. Let your adrenalin rush at the world’s tallest pair of dueling roller coasters called the Battlestar Galactica. Enter the first castle from the world of Shrek at Far Far Away Castle, one of the largest theme park castles in Asia. Experience the world’s first ride based on the blockbuster film – Madagascar.
Enter the thrilling world of movie magic as you Ride the Movies on roller coasters and other movie-themed attractions. Bedazzled and delighted by an immersive entertainment experience that brings the silver screen to life.
In the morning have your breakfast, checkout from the hotel, and proceed to Airport.
And here we end our Singapore educational tour!
This information is primarily for parents: All our tours are teacher led. If you’re interested in sending your child a tour, please send us the contact information of the concerned teacher in his/her school. We will contact the school authorities and pursue it further. Once the school approves the tour, students can register for the tour.
Registration and Documentation: You need to fill in the registration form provided and submit the necessary documents (which will be informed to you) along with the registration fees.
Manage Deadlines: Triplou Educational Tours makes all the arrangements for your tour months in advance. It is important for you to adhere to all the payment deadlines provided to you to ensure that your child’s reservation is secure.
Get Prepared For The Tour: You will receive a detailed itinerary, details of hotels and a copy of your ticket from us. Students should spend some time on preparation work. Your child should read up about the places they are about to visit.
Read our instructions for students and packing tips. It is important to read the code of conduct for students and explain it to your child.