Striving successfully in the great and noble efforts of promoting creative learning and interest in the fields of science and technology, the Science Centre in Singapore, is indeed a place of great interest to be visited when in the land of Singapore. In a country that is committed to promote education and interest in the areas of modern technology, the role that the Science Centre in Singapore plays in nurturing and moulding the younger generations in the said paths is truly indispensable.
Since its inception over 35 years, the Science Centre has indeed continuously strived to disseminate knowledge to the younger generations of Singaporeans through exhibitions and shows which are truly unique to the field, and has thus instilled a strong interest in the younger hearts and minds for this field of study involving continuous change and evolvement.
The Science Centre holds many interesting exhibits displayed in 14 galleries and covering interests in the areas of science, mathematics as well as technology. An expansive area outdoors covering 20,000m2 also include the Waterworks Exhibition, Ecogarden as well as the Kinetic Garden for those who love to roam amidst the marvels of the modern world.
The Centre is not limited to bland and harsh facts and gadgets of science and technology. It also is dedicated to providing infotainment to the many young ones who visit the place all year round. The Omni-Theatre and Snow City on the premises of the Science Centre are undoubtedly key highlights to the children who visit and have entertained and educated millions of children since the year 1977.
The marvels of this world as well as the majesty of the outer space can be witnessed here at the star gazing sessions at The Observatory which is open to public every Friday night. The Observatory that can accommodate over 50 visitors per session has been open to the public since the year 2006.
The Centre is indeed a great place of information and education to be visited when in Singapore Hotels in the vicinity will arrange transport facilities to the location upon request. For those who seek accommodation in Singapore the Millennium & Copthorne Hotels Singapore can be recommended as it is one of the leading hotels in Singapore in terms of luxury and comfort.
Nigel Walters is a travel writer, who writes under the pen name, Free Spirit. His content is based on the myriad of experiences and indulgences that the world has to offer travellers across all walks of life.