How a School Trip to Singapore Can Benefit Students

A School trip to Singapore is something both students and teachers look forward to and are the quintessential part of the growing-up experience. It is not just refreshing, but the experience leaves a long-lasting impression on the adventure-goers, motivating them for the school year ahead.

We can all attest that traveling abroad has continued to be challenging due to inconsistent Covid-prevention measures. Still, thankfully countries such as Singapore are beginning to relax their border restrictions, making it possible to travel there. The need for outdoor travel and experiencing other cultures is more crucial than ever for students’ mental health, so what better place to take students abroad than on a school trip to Singapore?

WildChina shares this belief in the importance of travel and has helped schools plan and execute a school trip Singapore in online and offline. Read on to glimpse some of the cool things WildChina has going on in educational A school trip to Singapore.

STEM-related tours:

  1. Urban Redevelopment Authority

Description: We take students on tour to the Singapore City Gallery situated at the Urban Redevelopment Authority. The gallery is designed for self-discovery and learning of Singapore’s planning journey through its ten thematic areas and more than 50 audiovisual and interactive exhibits. Students will enjoy a guided tour along with viewing architectural models.

Learning Objective: To understand the story behind the nation’s planning and physical transformation. Gain a better understanding of the different ways in which land is planned effectively for people to live, work and play.

  1. Mediacorp Experience

Description: This experience gives students a chance to experience the magic of media, glimpse into behind-the-scenes moments and learn about the history and future of broadcasting in Singapore. Mediacorp has the broadest range of media platforms in Singapore, spanning digital, television, radio, print, and out-of-home media.

Learning Objective: Students will enjoy a 90-minute guided tour through media broadcasting immersed in an interactive journey. Along the way, they choose to participate in TV production, have a go at being a news presenter, a radio deejay, or just glam up for the cover of 8 Days magazine. A school trip to Singapore will leave a lasting impression on your students.

Sustainability-related tours:

  1. Gardens by the Bay

Description: How do plants adapt for survival in harsh conditions, and what can we do to protect precious plant species on the verge of extinction? Get back in touch with nature for a school trip to Singapore and embark on a learning journey with us at Gardens by the Bay.

Learning Objective: Appreciate the unique technologies used to care for plants and marvel at the wonder of the Cooled Conservatories, Flower Dome and Cloud Forest. Be awed by the vertical splendor of The Supertrees and recognize the innovative blend of the ‘natural’ environment with modern technology. Students will discover how plants adapt to their environment and the effects of human activities on climate.

  1. Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum

Description: Established at the National University of Singapore, the Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum houses Singapore’s national collection of preserved zoological specimens and the University’s herbarium. They are the preserved physical records of the region’s biodiversity. The Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum offers a range of curriculum-based educational workshops. It seeks to arouse curiosity and educate students about Singapore’s rich natural history and heritage.

Learning Objective: This gallery tour aims to introduce students to the museum’s role in biodiversity research and education to the vast array of specimens showcased at the institute. The activities students will experience are aimed to facilitate a better appreciation and understanding of conservation in Singapore, foster experiential learning and creative thinking in students, and provide students with opportunities to carry out research projects and interact with scientists.

Culture-related tours:

  1. Asian Civilisations Museum

Description: This museum is dedicated to exploring Asia’s rich artistic heritage, especially the ancestral cultures of Singaporeans. The ACM focuses on the historical connections among Asian cultures and between Asia and the world.

Learning Objective: Students will enjoy a guided tour to learn about how people lived in the past and the rich cultural heritage of different parts of Asia.

  1. Singapore Culture Tour

Description: Immerse your students in all the different cultures that call Singapore their home! a school trip to Singapore begins with a visit to Chinatown and discovering the rich heritage of Chinatown through insightful stories of Singapore’s largest ethnic group, the Chinese. We then proceed throughout the tour visiting many historical landmarks, including the Thian Hock Keng Temple, Kampong Glam to understand more about Malay culture, Arab Street to view the magnificent Sultan Mosque, and finally, Little India, a haven of Indian culture and ethnicity.

Learning Objective: Students will learn all about the vibrant cultures that have established communities in the multi-culture landscape of Singapore.

Have we piqued your interest? You may be surprised, but we have only listed a fraction of the programs we offer in Singapore. There are many more school trips to Singapore located at WildChina’s site!

WildChina creates memorable and valuable experiences for teachers and students.

With over 20 years of experience, an in-house team of academic managers with educational-related master’s and doctorate degrees, and our sustainable relationship with local experts and partners, WildChina can support schools’ educational trips outside the classroom.

Despite all the challenges, WildChina Education managed to make an incredible amount of various programs that could be run EVERYWHERE and ANYWHERE for the Singapore school trip experience.

WildChina provides safety and excellence in A school trip to Singapore.

  1. WildChina ensures your students will be safe: We fully risk-assessed each program, including destination, accommodation, transport, and attraction venues. We work with creditable, reliable, and accredited partners so that students can be assured of the best learning Journey.
  2. WildChina creates sustainable adventures: At WildChina Education, we believe that the student experiences we curate influence communities and the environment. This means making the right choices in how, where, and with whom we do business – and crucially, being transparent about the principles that guide our daily decisions.
  3. WildChina adventures are learning-focused: We provide customized experiential learning programs for schools, colleges, and universities. We focus on your subjects and learning objectives. We include experiential learning activities to engage students in active learning.


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