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Contact Us

Tel: +65 6363 3403

Email: sgpack3017@gmail.com

Address

40 Woodlands Street 41 Singapore 738547

ACRES

Boys learn about wildlife rescue. Note: there is no interaction with the animals, but the boys learn a lot and have fun. There is $150 fee.

AMERICAN

DRAGONS

Learn to Dragon Boat! Price depends on how many participate.

ASIAN

CIVILISATIONS

MUSEUM

A great place to learn all about the history of Singapore and the region.

BATTLE BOX

The Battlebox is a former WWII British underground command centre inside Fort Canning Hill in the heart of Singapore City. It was part of the headquarters of Malaya Command, the army which defended Malaya and Singapore in WWII. It was inside the Battlebox that the British decided to surrender Singapore to the invading Japanese on 15 February 1942. 

Today, the Battlebox is a museum that unveils the true causes behind “the worst disaster and largest capitulation in British history”.

HISTORY

OF BIKES

30 – 45 minutes personalized guided tour showcasing the history and development of bicycles throughout the years. 

Spreading awareness about the origin of bicycles, our experienced guides will walk you along Shimano Cycling World’s classic antique bicycle collections. This tour also features hands on experiences that invites visitors to experience the innovations, technology, precision and the art of various bicycle parts.As functional as they are artfully designed, visitors, enthusiasts and budding designers can appreciate the inspiring precision work by Shimano.

BOWLING

This group will organize a tour that allows boys to interact with birds, butterflies and other insects. It’s a good one for the animal journey.

CAPTIVATE

ESCAPE ROOM

This child-friendly escape room is great fun. They have an area where you can have a quick meeting before or after if need be.

CLIMB

CENTRAL

  • Climb Central is the tallest indoor air-conditioned sport climbing venue in Singapore. With approximately 1,000 square meters of climbing wall space, Climb Central is conveniently located within the Singapore Sports Hub!

CULINARYON

Culinaryon is the Disneyland of cooking schools and the perfect party venue for the junior master chef. We can confirm from first-hand experience that it is truly magical. The party mojo starts flowing the moment you walk through the doors with up-beat tunes filling the big and bright kitchen. The kids then enjoy a culinary master-class – mixing, kneading and tasting three delicious recipes (100% from scratch). You can pick your little chef’s favourites from a great kids’ menu (think colourful pasta, spring rolls and pizza faces) and opt for a raft of other fun activities including competitions and quizzes, apron decorating and a chocolate fountain. And you can watch on with a glass of wine in hand. Best suited to kids aged four to 16 years.

EDIBLE 

GARDEN CITY

This place specializes in gardening on rooftops and terraces. One of the women involved, Suekay, did a GREAT talk about bees and then we all made lip balm out of beeswax! Contact: suekay@ediblegardencity.com 

FISH FARM

ian Hu Corporation is a high-tech, factory-style ornamental fish farm that breeds more than 200 species from all over the world. There is a popular Dragon Fish display and breeding area, a gold fish area, koi fish pond, huge fish quarantine and more.

They give farm tours and also have fishing opportunities.

FOREST
ADVENTURE

High ropes course suitable for all ages. Leaders of younger Scouts will also have to climb.

GARDEN

BY THE BAY

FLOWER DOME

This is a great place for talking about flowers and gardening.

GOODMAN CERAMICS

You can make a variety of things here, but the easiest to complete in one day is a hand-built pot. 

Goodman Ceramic Studio Contacts

HP: 9726 5210, 6346 6351

NUTRI

NESTS

Nutri Nests is a fantastic place to learn about honey bees!

iFLY

Here is your chance to really fly. Experience true free-fall conditions, just like a real skydive. Each flyer will enjoy two skydives in the wind tunnel. The time it takes for each skydive is like falling through the air from 12,000 to 3,000 feet! And at one-fifth the cost of a tandem jump, iFly Singapore is unbeatable value.

JURONG FROG

FARM

This is a very Singapore experience. Kids get to interact with the frogs - and eat them at the end!

LETTERBOXING

Letterboxes are hidden all over Singapore. There should be three in the Botanic Gardens. 

MARINA 

BARRAGE SUSTAINABLE 

GALLERY

Educational and fun place to learn about Singapore's new water program.

NATIONAL

MUSEUM OF

SINGAPORE

The National Museum of Singapore is the nation’s oldest museum that seeks to inspire with stories of Singapore and the world. Its history dates back to 1887. There are lots of cool, child-friendly exhibits.

PAWSIBILITY

Pawsibility, the only animal assisted therapy organisation in Singapore. Scouts can learn how dogs can provide support in counselling and social emotional development. For more details on their programmes, please contact Maureen Huang, Animal Assisted Therapist at 98335320.

90 Taman Warna 

Singapore 276401

Tel: 64977932 / 98335320

Email: enquiries@pawsibility.com.sg

PET LOVERS 

The flagship Pet Lovers store at Vivo City is a MASSIVE pet store with all sorts of cool things in it - and animals, too. They also have a grooming salon and they are willing to give a VERY short lecture about how the animals are groomed. Boys can watch the process through the window. 

Karen Koh was the person, but if she leaves, just contact the main site.

karenkoh@petloverscentre.com

POTTERY

JUNGLE

Thow Kwang Pottery Jungle Dragon Kiln is a Singapore institution. Scouts can throw their own pots or hand build their masterpiece. 

RED

DYNASTY

PAINTBALL

Big paintball places in Bukit TImah and Yishun. They also offer foam darts, archery tag, laser tag bubble soccer and more.

ST. JOHN'S

ISLAND

St. John's is closed currently for asbestos remediation.

For organized groups, Holiday Camp 5 offers accommodation for up to 60 people. It's equipped with basic cooking facilities, so you can self-cater or even have a BBQ. To book Holiday Camp 2, 3 or 4, please call Mr Eddy Bin Ali on 9138 5029 (Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm). The Holiday Bungalow and Holiday Camps are the only accommodation available on the island. Camping is not permitted.

SCDF EMEGENCY PREPAREDNESS

CENTRE

The Community Emergency Preparedness Programme (CEPP) focuses on core lifesaving skills and essential emergency procedures with greater emphasis on practical hands-on engagements. Boys can learn First Aid and fire fighting skills. There are several programs from which to choose. Course are free, but there's a minimum number of participants.

Contact: Humphrey CHAI (SCDF) 

<Humphrey_CHAI@scdf.gov.sg>

SINGAPORE

ZOO

The zoo is an amazing resource. You can do work on animal badges, lecture about using resources wisely or even arrange a camp sleepover - an amazing, but expensive experience.

The zoo also has lots of signs about recycling and animals which can be good for a Tiger activity.

SUNGEI

BULOH WETLAND

RESERVE

This is a really cool spot for a nature hike and there is a great indoor education centre, as well. Scouts can expect to see mudskippers and wetland creatures.

THE LIVE

TURTLES & 

TORTOISE MUSEUM

This is an amazing place with LOTS of turtles and tortoises. They will organize a fascinating, educational tour that includes getting to feed and bathe giant tortoises!

YUKUIT 

FACTORY TOUR

Since 1987, Yakult Singapore has welcomed visitors for an educational tour of its state-of-the-art plant. To date, about 400,000 people have visited our plant, ranging from preschoolers to senior citizens from grassroots, community centres, private organisations, government bodies and educational institutions of all levels.

ADVENTURE

COVE

Adventure Cove on Sentosa has a wide variety of water activities and lots of lifeguards.

ACE ARCHERY

Contact: Lim Chee Wee

 

Ace Archery 

1 Telok Blangah Rise

School field of Shelton International College

Tel: 96955663

 

Note: $40 per person for 1.5 hours lesson based on group of 14 girls.

BABA HOUSE

An architectural icon that's 120 years old and is Singapore's first heritage house. Visitors can touch, feel and enjoy Peranakan heritage - part of NUS.

BIKE MAINTENANCE

WORKSHOP

Looking to fix up that old bicycle lying around or the new bicycle you have just bought?

This Basic Bike Maintenance Workshop is for you! A free 90-minutes workshop covering topics such as:

How to use quick release skewers, adjusting your brakes, removing front and rear wheels, repairing a puncture/ changing tube and tire, bicycle cleaning, routines checks before riding and safety tips.

BOLLYWOOD

VEGGIES

This is a very cool place. You can walk around and see various edible plants growing. Kids can plant a banana trees as a service project (hard work!)

BOWLING

This group will organize a tour that allows boys to interact with birds, butterflies and other insects. It’s a good one for the animal journey.

CHALLENGE

CUBES

  • It is an artificial caving activity carried out inside massive cubes that form a simulated cave maze.

  • The intricately designed cave-like maze is filled with obstacles such as tight crawlspaces and confusing junctions that make it more challenging.

  • Participants have to also navigate their way through the dark from beginning to end. (Believe us when we say it is total darkness inside the cube. You literally can’t see anything! A terrifying and thrilling experience all at the same time.)

CLIP 'N'

CLIMB

  • Great indoor climbing gym with a variety of walls. They use an automatic balay, too. Great spot for encouraging adventure. There is also a laser tag place in the same facility.

DIGGERSITE

Great for Lions and Tigers! Scouts get a chance to operate mini-diggers, mini-cranes and more. Located in Yushin.

FARMART

An odd (and a bit sad because of the cages) place to see animals such as goats, bunnies, birds, fish and more. Girls love interacting with the animals.

SEA FISHING

FORT SILOSO

Fort Siloso was built in the late 19th century. During that time, Singapore had become an important trading port for the British, so it was imperative that the island was protected from sea invasion.

GARDEN

BY THE BAY

FLOWER DOME

Plant a tree.  $200/tree

GROWELL

ORGANIC HERB

SANCTUARY

This place has more than 250 species of organic herbs. They cobine education, recreational, research and retail activities. You can joined a guided tour or create a customized tour.

HORT PARK

Herb garden and workshops

- contact PEARL_HO@nparks.gov.sg if you wish to donate plants to the community

JOSS STICK

MAN

This is a very cool little shop in Singapore where Mr. Tay still makes traditional joss sticks used in temples. He also makes super cool Christmas decorations and more! This is part of the Singapore Discoverer patch as well. 

Here's a nicel article about him:

https://www.itslynnykansas.com/the-blog/the-joss-stick-man

KAYAKING

ORIENTATION

Get paddling in our 3-hour programmes for new water enthusiasts! Learn to control your craft, and enjoy a mini-tour of the Marina Reservoir. Participants are to be of a reasonable level of fitness and must be able to swim. Please consult a medical professional if you suffer from any medical conditions.

THE LITTLE

THINGS

Perfect spot to earn a cooking badge or work on nutrition requirements.

MINI GOLF

Outdoor mini golf course that is VERY plain, but still fun. Be sure to wear bug spray. There are restaurants on location if you're hungry after.

NIGHT SAFARI

Fantastic place for older Scouts to learn about nocturnal animals.

PERNAKAN 

MUSEUM

A sister museum to the Asian Civilisations Museum, this museum is focused on Singapore's Peranakan roots

PLANETARIUM

The Science Centre has a StarGazing sessions and classroom lectures on Friday nights. Be sure to check the schedule. 

PULAU HANTU

NOTE: Pulau Hantu closed for renovations until mid 2019.

 

This little Singaporean island is a great spot for free camping. Pulau Hantu is managed by Singapore Land Authority.  So first, you need to get permission from them to go.  There is a booking form on their website: http://www.sla.gov.sg/Islands


You fill it out, scan it in and e-mail it back. The applicant is the lead person for the camp out.  Be sure to have the applicant sign, but not date the form.  The Collector of Land Revenue is the person who dates the form when they approve it. Must provide participants NRIC/FIN numbers. Send form to:  sla_enquiry@sla.gov.sg 

 

Cost for camping on Pulau Hantu is nothing - SLA doesn't charge any fees.  The big cost of Hantu is the ferry. After checking with SLA to make sure Hantu is available and beginning the process for approval, you will also need to book a ferry (or ferries) to get you to Hantu and back.

Kanlian Ferry - Fees are $321 per boat.  Each boat holds 12.  E-mail CK Ong directly at ock@kanlian.com.sg. Title the email "scout trip" as they give us a special price.  

 

On the day of departure, have your lead person take a copy of the SLA Approval Letter and Kanlian paid invoice with them.  Also, we have the participants bring passports and SG ID cards.  Hantu is part of Singapore, but because you are departing and returning on a ferry, they may require these.  

RELIGIOUS

STUDIES

Buddha Tooth Relic Temple & Museum in Chinatown is just down the street from the Sri Mariaimman Temple. You could easily combine these to create a cool field trip about two different cultures and religions. Make sure girls cover their knees and shoulders.

SCUBA

Orca Scuba Diving

 

For the Try Dives, we could use Queenstown Swimming Complex on a Saturday or Sunday morning.  We could offer the dives at SGD100 per person for a group of 12 kids.  This is including equipment and pool hire, insurance and 1 Instructor to 4 students.  Minimum age is 8.

We also run camps.  These camps take place on Rawa Island (the next one on from Batu Batu!).  Depending on the age and the requirements of the kids we can arrange fun activity camps and weekends on Rawa where the PADI Open Water Certificates are completed

Contact Joanna Jones joanna@orcascuba.com

SINGAPORE

RED CROSS

This organization will organize a talk about what they do. They also have an organization for young kids interested in Red Cross involvement at a young level.

Contact: nanting.hsu@redcross.org.sg

SISTER ISLAND

The Sisters’ Islands Marine Park, which spans about 40 hectares around Sisters' Islands and along the western reefs of both St John's Island and Pulau Tekukor, will be a platform for outreach, educational, conservation and research activities related to our native marine biodiversity. The location was chosen due to its variety o   f habitats including coral reefs, sandy shores and seagrass areas.

This new initiative aims to give Singaporeans a first-hand experience of our rich biodiversity which are submerged most of the time. The Sisters’ Islands Marine Park will protect Singapore’s coral reefs, which support an ecosystem inhabited by rare and endangered species of seahorses, clams, sponges and other marine life.

SURFING

Learn to surf on these artificial waves.

THE RINK 

AT JCUBE

Great ice skating rink - boys love it!

WILD WILD

WET

Fun water park with good lifeguard coverage.

AIR FORCE MUSEUM

The Air Force Museum is a physical embodiment of the history, heritage, and values of the Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF). Since its inception at Changi Air Base on 1 September 1988, the museum has come a long way. Today, it stands in a new compound next to Paya Lebar Air Base and creatively combines original artefacts with interactive media. The museum provides an engaging hands-on experience that breathes new life into the RSAF story for all ages.

RSAF Museum, 400 Airport Road

ARMY

MUSEUM

This museum will preserve the heritage of the Singapore Army, as well as honour the contributions and celebrate the experiences of our soldiers. It hopes to capture and tell the stories of ordinary people doing extraordinary things. (Please click here to read Dr. Albert Lau's "Towards an SAF Museum", which traces steps taken since the 1970s towards the establishment of the museum.)

BAKEIN1

Kitchen is priced lower than other places and can take up to 8 boys. Joanne is very accomodating and can also conduct classes customized to your requirements.

Joanne 9117 2064

www.bakein1.com

BIKE RIDE

Shimano Cycling World’s Bike Cruise – a cycling activity that caters to the public, corporate and schools.

Participants will be riding on the Park Connectors, alongside Singapore’s most iconic sceneries.

We will be stopping by for refreshments and bonding activities during our pit stop. A great way to involve exercise with fun!

BOWLING

This link has all you need to know about Singapore's best bowling spots.

https://www.thebestsingapore.com/best-entertainment/7-best-bowling-centre-in-singapore-to-knock-down-some-pins/

CANOE &

KAYAK RENTAL

Enjoy a day out on the water at the Water Sports Centre!

Perfect for the community and athletes, the Water Sports Centre offers a variety of canoes, kayaks and pedal boats for rent. If you’re up for a challenge, compete with your family and friends at the 500-metre Regatta course mapped out on the Kallang Basin!

For an immersive water sports experience, be sure to check out our variety of water sports courses!

CHINATOWN

HERITAGE CENTRE

  • The Chinatown Heritage Centre is the gateway for all visitors to trace the footsteps of Singapore's early pioneers and discover the personal stories of people who made Chinatown their home.

    Located within three beautifully-restored shophouses on Pagoda Street, the Chinatown Heritage Centre is the only place in Singapore that has recreated the original interiors of its shophouse tenants in the 1950s, offering a rare glimpse into the lives of Chinatown's early residents.

CONEY ISLAND

This is a "remote" hiking trail that stretches along the cost. It's easy - possible for the smallest Lion. There's even a little area to learn about plants and animals.

EAST COAST

PRAWNING

This is a good place to try your hand at old fashioned Singapore prawning. It’s not a very exciting experience, by the way! Ha! But Scouts still love it. There are also bikes to rent on the beach nearby.

FARMART

Since 2002, Fei Fah Singapore has welcomed visitors for a discovery tour of its balm & oil production. To date, about 24,000 people have visited our factory, ranging from young adults to senior citizens from grassroots, community centres, private organisations, government bodies and educational institutions of all levels. More than 2,000 visitors are received yearly.

FIRE STATION

VISITS

Singapore's fire stations open their doors to the public for tours. It's a great field trip for Scouts and can meet a lot of badge requirements at different levels.

GALLOP 

STABLE AT 

PUNGGOL RANCH

Gallop Stable at Punggol will organize a tour of their stables which includes getting to groom and feed the ponies as well as pony rides. You have to have 20 minimum so you can combine with another troop. They also have really cute cabins which might make for a fun troop sleepover.

GEOCACHING

Did you know there are 672 geocaches hidden in Singapore? Amazing, right? Hunting for a geocache is like taking your kids on the ultimate treasure hunt while earning a badge and learning cool technology. It's super easy to do, too. Just log onto the site and get started.

HAR PAR

VILLA

Haw Par Villa - formerly known as the Tiger Balm Garden – is an 8.5-hectare Asian cultural park, the last of its kind in the world. Built in 1937, Singapore’s largest outdoor art gallery is the brainchild of Aw Boon Haw, the millionaire philanthropist and marketing extraordinaire who gifted the world Tiger Balm. The eclectic park is a treasure trove of Asian culture, history, philosophy and religion – quirky yet enlightening, at the same time. Since 2015, it is managed by award-winning heritage specialist Journeys Pte Ltd, which has taken on the task of bringing back the park’s glory days.

Note that this may be too graphic for younger boys.

ICE CREAM

WORKSHOP

Udder's runs an ice cream workshop

JURONG BIRD

PARK

Fantastic place to teach boys about local wildlife. 

Note: The Bird Park will be soon relocating to be closer to the Zoo.

KAYAKING

ORIENTATION

Come and learn more about the developments of land transport and how improvements have been made possible over time. Experience the issues surrounding land transport in the past and present. Thereafter have a look at the future transportation plans.

With interactive features, the Challenge Theatre and more, the Land Transport Gallery promises to be an experiential and interesting learning journey!

Refurbishing until 4Q 2018

THE LITTLE

THINGS

Officially opened by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong in June 2005, the Malay Heritage Centre (MHC) provides wonderful cultural exposure and learning opportunities for visitors of all ages and interests. Situated amidst the Istana Kampong Gelam, Gedung Kuning and the surrounding Kampong Gelam precinct, the Centre acts as a vital heritage institution for the Malay community in Singapore.

MUD PIT CHALLENGE

This the ultimate experience for girls who like to get dirty - and a great team building experience.