About Singapore


The core of Singapore's education system lies in its bilingual policy (English with Mandarin/ Malay/Tamil) and its globally recognized curriculum. Not only can you benefit from the education system here, you can also gain perspective from its rich multicultural heritage.

In addition, there are many attractions and activities in our small island to choose from to spend your leisure time. One can try the wide range of food and cuisine, explore the thriving arts and cultural scene and learn from the science and technology centres in Singapore. You can be assured of an enriching and fulfilling learning journey.

Here are some of the highlights from our itinerary.



Esplanade – Theatres-on-the-Bay sits on the waterfront land alongside Marina Bay, near the mouth of the Singapore River. It is built to be the centre for performing arts in Singapore.

This architectural icon with its distinctive twin shells contains a 1600-seat Concert Hall and a 2000-seat Theatre.

Its program line-up spans all genres to encompass music, dance, theatre and the visual arts.


Science Centre Singapore

The Science Centre aims to promote scientific and technological education for the general public.

There are more than 1000 interactive exhibits in the various exhibition galleries. Visitors can test out all the scientific experiments to better understand the concepts behind each exhibit.

Apart from the main exhibition galleries, the Omni-Theatre is also one of the central attractions. The 5-storey high and 23 metre diameter hemispheric giant screen and digital sound system promise audience a thrilling cinematic experience.


Sentosa/Underwater World

Sentosa, which translates to ‘peace and tranquility’ in Malay, is a popular island resort in Singapore. With its three beautiful beaches, it is popular among Singaporeans as a quick island getaway.

It is a big tourist attraction as well due to its various attractions. One of which is the Underwater World. Opened in 1991, the unique and well-known oceanarium showcases more than 2500 marine and fresh-water animals from 250 species from around the region. It offers visitors, a fun, leisure and educational experience.