We enjoyed walking along the Singapore River, and taking in the sights and sounds. Observing the people, the place and the happenings was really enjoyable for us. We also enjoyed interviewing people.
What were some challenges we faced? This could be difficulties faced during the trail/visit; you could also talk about the group working dynamics of the group or any encounters.
We had some difficulties documenting our visit, as it was difficult to take some photos. Some landmarks were obstructed by other items, while others, too big to fit in the picture nicely.
We also had difficulties getting people to interview as some of them did not speak good English which others were rushing for time. But eventually we managed to interview 2 Caucasians.
Describe ONE area that you think your group could do better if given an opportunity to do it again.
We could have planned a more detailed route, as we got lost for a while. We could have further researched on our route on Google Maps first before hand, making it clear for us where we had to go to.
What we feel:
All in all, we feel really happy about how we worked together to complete the task. The four of us managed to work together as we went from place to place, and we really had a fun time walking around and observing the happenings and sights around us.
We found this a great experience, even though it was quite tiring for some of us. We also hope that you, Secondary 1s, would get to have such an experience.
We do encourage you to visit the Asian Civilisation Museum to broaden your knowledge and to walk along the Singapore River to take in the sights and sounds.
|At the Coleman Bridge|
At the Anderson Bridge
At the Asian Civilizations Museum