Wednesday, 25 May 2016

Monday, 23 May 2016

Science Centre Singapore - Hall D & Hall E

Hall D Butterflies Up-Close

Hall D is home to the latest exhibition, Butterflies Up-Close - a collaboration between the SCS and Sentosa's Butterfly and Insect Kingdom. 

I am not too fond of caterpillar or insects in general so I gave it a miss. 

*Take note that this exhibit requires additional admittance fee.

Friday, 20 May 2016

Science Centre Singapore - Hall C

The entire Hall C is dedicated to the exhibition E3, or E-mmersive Experiential Environments. As I walk into the hall, I am instantly thrown into a virtual reality world as the walls around me came to life with jellyfish and other sea creatures.

Wednesday, 18 May 2016

Science Centre Singapore - Hall B

This exhibits in this hall are:
  • Bioethics
  • Climate Change - Climate Challenge
  • Earth: Our Untamed Planet
  • Human Body Experience
  • Island Adventurer
  • Marine Alcove

Monday, 16 May 2016

Science Centre Singapore - Hall A

After watching the electrifying Tesla Coil demonstration, I proceeded to Hall A.

There are several exhibits in this hall and they are:
  • Defending Science 
  • iZ Hero 
  • Scientist For A Day 
  • Uniquely You 
  • Waterworks

Thursday, 12 May 2016

Science Centre Singapore - The Atrium And The Tesla Coil Demonstration

The Atrium is where you catch the Tesla Coil Demonstration which is a live demo of high voltage electricity. Expect loud buzzing sounds and electrifying sparks!

The 10 minutes demonstration is on at 12pm from Monday to Sunday with additional 5pm shows during the weekends, school and public holidays.

Tuesday, 10 May 2016

Science Centre Singapore - The Mind's Eye

Come 2020, the Science Centre Singapore (SCS) will be relocating to it's new premises at the Jurong Lake area beside the Chinese Garden MRT Station. Since last April, the SCS has been offering Singaporeans and Permanent Residents free entry during off-peak hours.

I must have been living under a rock all this while because I only got to know about this a few days ago.

The SCS is a treasure trove of all things science and is a must-visit for science geeks. For better enjoyment, you should dedicate at least half a day to fully explore what the SCS has to offer. And do check out the various show timings so you do not miss out on any for the best experience.

I was there for four hours yet I am unable to cover everything (and I still have not gone to the second level!). Looks like I have to make a return trip for the second level another time! 

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