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Asian Children Camp

The 1st Asian Children Camp 2009 welcomes students from all over Asian countries.  The camp will be held in Singapore.  Singapore is a leading destination for both business and pleasure.  It is the busiest port in the world, one of the world's major oil refining and distribution centre, and is a major supplier of electronic components and a leader in shipbuilding and repairing.  Singapore has also become one of the most important financial centre of Asia, with more than 130 banks.

The camp is specially designed to provide students a memorable experience in an internationally First World City environment.  Students will be attending orientation, teambuilding training, and sightseeing in Singapore.  They will also have the opportunity to interact with the tourists from the world and visit various Singapore attractions.

After the camp, each student will be awarded with an ACC Certificate indicating their character development during the activities in the program.

Frequently Asked Questions

Main Activities
Celebration of Singapore 44th Birthday:
First time in the camp, students participating in Asian Children Camp 2009 @ Singapore will have a great opportunity to celebrate the birthday of Singapore on 9th August 2009.

The Experiential Learning
Our unique Mastery Skills program involves teambuilding, confidence building and cultivating passion for learning.  It seeks to give all students a ‘learning by doing’ experience.  Students will put learning into practice in situations to build real world experiences, experiences that have both benefits and consequences.  Students are encouraged to make discoveries and experiment with knowledge themselves, instead of hearing or reading about the experiences of others.  

All in all, we aim to provide an unforgettable 8-day experience in one of the best global city in Asia!

Teambuilding Skill – Drum Circle Activity

Confidence Building Skill – Tough Leaders,    The Sun Tzu Way

Places of Attractions in Singapore:
Social Skill – Put English into Practice!Students will have the opportunity to visit various places of attractions in Singapore and this will help them understand the cosmopolitan nature of Singapore.  Local Singaporean students will be facilitators to interact with and host these students.  Places of interest include Singapore Flyer, world largest Fountain of Wealth, magical Sentosa, the world famous Night Safari, etc.

Creative Skill – “Every Child is an Artist. The problem is how to remain
an artist when he grows up” - Pablo Picasso

Singapore Flyer: Let’s be one of the first people to sit in this brand new attraction.  The Singapore Flyer, a giant observation wheel that features brilliant engineering breakthroughs a world apart from the traditional ferris wheel, is set to be Asia's most visible iconic visitor attraction. Completed in 2008, it provides breathtaking, panoramic views of Singapore and beyond.

The Fountain of Wealth in Singapore is a unique asset of the country.  This is due to the fact that it is the largest fountain in the World.  Situated at the heart of the Suntec City this Fountain of Wealth in Singapore has been constructed with such a uniqueness that deserves special mention.  The visitors to the Fountain of Wealth Park in the evenings are also allowed to walk past the basement of the fountain to ensure good luck and fortune. The nighttime is perhaps the best possible time to visit the area of the fountain because there is a Laser Show of the fountain at that time.  The base of this Fountain of Wealth in Singapore has an area of 1,683 square meters. The shape of the fountain forms a palm of the hand.

The Science Centre Singapore was established for the purpose of displaying exhibits illustrative of the physical sciences, life sciences, applied sciences, technology and industry.

Omni TheatreThe Omni-Theatre, a 276-seat theatre is equipped with state-of-the-art IMAX technology which delivers the world’s most immersive experience.

Sentosa: A slice of paradise right in our doorstep, Sentosa offers a kaleidoscope of attractions and activities.  Once you step afoot the island, be mesmerized by the breathtaking beauty of the lush greenery peppered with exciting attractions that will certainly blow you away!  It’s a themed attraction, tropical resort, nature park and heritage centre all rolled into one!

Singapore Night Safari: The world's first wildlife park built for visits at night, the Night Safari is not like any ordinary zoo illuminated by the night or a modern version of nocturnal houses found in many zoos around the globe.  Through the use of subtle lighting technique, guests are able to view over 1,000 nocturnal animals of 100 species in vast naturalistic habitats.

The National Library is a national knowledge institution empowering individuals and businesses with knowledge and information as it continuously expands its vast array of reference collections and services.  It preserves and makes accessible Singapore's literary and publishing heritage, and intellectual memory through the Lee Kong Chian Reference Library occupying seven floors (from Level 7 to 13) with a floor area of 60,000 square metres.  

The Lee Kong Chian Reference Library, named after Dr Lee Kong Chian, in honour of the Lee Foundation's S$60 million donation, aims to be the premier resource for works on or about Singapore and the region for local and overseas researchers and academics.

The HSBC TreeTop Walk is the highlight of several long hiking routes in MacRitchie that brings you through different stages of mature secondary forest.  The first of its kind in Singapore and in the region, this free-standing suspension bridge connects the two highest points (Bukit Peirce and Bukit Kalang) in MacRitchie and offers a bird's eye view of the community of plants and animals that live in the forest canopy. The total length of the walkway is about 250m and its height from the forest floor varies, with the highest point at 25m.


click for full viewBotanic Garden: The Singapore Botanic Gardens epitomises the tropical island's luxuriant parks.  Spread over 52 hectares and close to the centre of the city, the Gardens showcases many outstanding plant collections.  Some highlights include the National Orchid Garden, the Ginger Garden, and the Evolution Garden.  The numerous plant species here, including many rare specimens, reflect the Singapore Botanic Gardens' richness and diversity of plant life.

Built across the mouth of Marina Channel, the Marina Barrage creates Singapore’s 15 reservoir, and the first in the heart of the city.  With a catchment area of 10,000 hectares, or one-sixth the size of Singapore, the Marina catchment is the island’s largest and most urbanized catchment.




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Group Size

Package Rate

Minimum 30 pax and above

8 Days: S$800 per student
Not include: airfare, insurance, visa, telephone bills, medical bills and personal expenses

Package Include

Experiential Learning Programs, School Visits
Course materials, ACC Certificate
Trainers’ & Small Group Leaders’ Training Fees
Accommodation (S$25 per student per nite)
2 to 3 meals per day (S$30 per student per day)
Admission fees and coach transfer (S$300 per day) to the tourist attractions

Payment Policy

50% non-refundable deposit 4 weeks prior to arrival
Balance 2 wks prior to arrival

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