1977 saw the inaugural opening of the Singapore Science Center that has since fascinated children, inspired teenagers and ... More
Science Centre Singapore
1977 saw the inaugural opening of the Singapore Science Center that has since fascinated children, inspired teenagers and enlightened adults. More than 600 exhibits in seven themed galleries provide enthralling insights into the physical and life sciences. Seeing the world through an insect's eyes, wandering through the human biological system and learning to write in Braille are some of the things you can do. A firm favourite is the Aviation Gallery, which introduces the principles of aerodynamics and the history of flight through the use of hands-on displays.
There are lots of interaction, videos, and learning in this place. Singapore was lucky to have an active circle of science teachers who are behind the development of this beautiful project. Many little kids were with us on that day, playing and exploring the optical illusions, and looking over the amazing exhibits. Don’t be fooled by the small architecture of the center. You’ll realize there are plenty of exhibits to go to, once you’re inside. So much more, it may take approximately four hours for you to wander around.
You might catch: Einstein rappelling at the atrium.
Spot some: Newly hatched chicks at the incubated eggs section.
Take a photo of: Your head on a table.
I personally feel that the Singapore science center is very motivating for young students, like me. Before I visited the centre, I hated science the most. But after seeing those extraordinary working modals, I thought why I have hated such an interesting subject. From that time my favorite subject has been science. I have also been showing the photographs to my classmates to motivate them, to have a liking towards science. I also take this opportunity to wish the centre future success.
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