Singapore Science Centre Excites!

Acclaimed as one of the top science centres in the world, Singapore Science Centre is located in the West, just 8-minute walk from the Jurong East Bus Interchange/MRT Station. It has more than 850 exhibits in the various exhibition galleries, representing the country’s largest collection of educational and exhibit materials devoted to science. When you get all too swamped by the overwhelming amount of exhibits, consider catching a science educational film at its Omni Theatre which is equipped with state-of-the-art IMAX technology, digital sound system and quality large format films.

As one of the most frequented attractions, the centre draws more than a million visitors every year.

Making shadows of different sizes...young children discovering the wonders of Science at the Science Centre.

Making shadows of different sizes…young children discovering the wonders of Science at the Science Centre.

Students are treated to educational visits to the science centre organised by their teachers during the school holidays.

Students are treated to educational visits to the science centre organised by their teachers during the school holidays.

Students receive engaging lessons on "Heat and Temperature" conducted via hands-on experiments in the centre's special laboratory. They witness for themselves the various properties of heat, learn how to measure temperature and the behaviour of good and bad conductors of heat, and discover what happen when objects gain or lose heat, nicely complementing what they learn in their school science curriculum. Many other interesting science enrichment programmes are also offered to cater to the different audiences in different Primary and Secondary school levels.

Students receive engaging lessons on “Heat and Temperature” conducted via hands-on experiments in the centre’s special laboratory. They witness for themselves the various properties of heat, learn how to measure temperature and the behaviour of good and bad conductors of heat, and discover what happen when objects gain or lose heat, nicely complementing what they learn in their school science curriculum. Many other interesting science enrichment programmes are also offered to cater to the different audiences in different Primary and Secondary school levels.

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