Singapore is the southernmost island of the Malay Peninsula. It is also one of the most international countries in the world. Its green streets, simple folk customs and international students from all over the world attract our children.
Let's go! Mom and Dad, please don’t worry! The teacher put blankets on us. After 4 hours and 20 minutes of flight, we arrived at Singapore. Our neat school uniforms and tidy luggage showed our demeanour.
On the way to Merlion Park, we overlooked the Sands Entertainment City, passing through the Raffles Landing Site, the Houses of Parliament, the Victoria Theatre and the Centennial Suspension Bridge.
The design concept of the Merlion represents the characteristics of Singapore from a fishing port to a commercial port. It also symbolizes the ancestors who worked hard across the sea. Singapore has developed into one of the four Asian dragons in just a few decades, which makes people admire the wisdom, courage and strength of Singaporeans.
Marina Bay Sand is one of the world's most expensive hotels. The three buildings are unique in shape with the beauty of modern architecture.
At Singapore's Chinatown, children completed three different and interesting tasks in groups.
The children who received the task were full of confidence and completed the task by several times of communication.
Little India is a gathering place for Singaporean Indians with colorful small ornaments everywhere.The children experienced Singapore's diverse traditions and customs, and also bought gifts for their families.
The Singapore City Planning Exhibition Hall showed the development of Singapore from the beginning to the present. The children observe and listen carefully to the history of Singapore and its advanced development concepts.
Bathed in the bright sunshine, we came to Clarke Quay and took a cruise on the Singapore River to see the bustling Singapore on both sides of the river.
The children on the boat were excited and enjoyed their imagination...
The National Library of Singapore is currently one of the largest and most advanced libraries in Southeast Asia. The most amazing part is the children's library with dreamlike design that made us more passionate about reading.
Our children love the environment and nature. They were full of curiosity about the Marina Barrage. To make better use of limited water resources, a complete and efficient system for collecting, recycling and utilizing water resources has been built.
图文 |黄莎莎 林枢 王萍
后期制作 | 刘春桃 翻译 | 谢莉
审核 | 钟灵滋 孙叶单