The Zhixin Pavilion is very suitable for bringing children over to play, similar to the Science and Technology Museum, which is very participatory. There are many materials to introduce scientific and technological knowledge, and the experience is very good. Feel the charm of technology while playing.
A national defense education base is suitable for taking children to see. It mainly tells about the history of Singapore. The equipment in the museum is very advanced, and there are many interactive links. There is also a simulation theater with multiple exhibition halls to review the various conditions of the previous fall. The riots, etc., how to solve them, as well as to show all kinds of high-tech, experience all kinds of virtual reality, but unfortunately all the explanations are in English, which is not enough, but it will be a very meaningful place to understand.
The Zhixin Pavilion has an interactive exhibition on Singapore’s history, understanding how Singapore has evolved over time, including the first Singaporeans enlisted in the army and Singapore’s first riots. If you want to quickly learn about the history of Singapore, Zhixin Pavilion is more suitable.
It is very good for children, there are many things to see and feel, but some facilities are not particularly useful, you need to find staff everywhere for help, this is not convenient, others are good
This is not only a museum, but also a science museum, and even an art gallery. Here you will learn about the development history of Singapore through various interactive methods, and it is a great place to entertain and teach.
In the western part of Singapore, it’s a bit away from the city center, but it can be reached by subway. The traffic is quite convenient. Singapore’s Knowledge Museum is a bit similar to the Shanghai Science and Technology Museum. At that time, I saw a large number of primary school students in Singapore under the leadership of the teacher to visit and study.