Eco-Education & Nature Field Trips For Schools
What We Hope to Achieve
The universal dependence of people on plants requires the need to conserve biodiversity of species. Through our various
activities we hope to increase awareness about the importance of biodiversity conservation and sustainable living.
|Children's presentation on Nature
Minimum number of students per trip is 10 while the maximum is 45.
Fees per activity
RM5.00 per student for government school students and RM10.00 for adults. Special subsidy will be given to underprivileged
Time & Duration
Generally, field trips are held on weekdays and Saturdays from 9:00 am to 12.00 pm.
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All programmes are available in Bahasa Malaysia and English. You can choose the preferred language for the group.
Education at the Botanic Gardens emphasises on experiential and discovery learning. Children will learn by observing, feeling,
questioning and discovering.
|exploring the streamlife
List of Activities
- Rainforest Appreciation Walk (Age: 9+ & interested adults)
walk lets the participants explore and understand the wonder world of the rainforest. Learn about epiphytes, climbers, termites,
trees and lots more. This trail also brings diverse topics for discussion and also highlights the importance of rain forest
- Stream Life and Pollution (Age: 5 to 12 years old)
Pond skater, water boatman,
damselfly nymphs, … Get into the stream and find out more about these little creatures, about water cycle and water
pollution. Don't forget change of clothes.
- Frogs and Tadpoles (Age: 5 to 12 years old)
This unique trip, a popular one
among kids, lets you learn how tadpoles grow into frogs. Croak and jump like a frog and learn to make a "Froggy Mask" and
free admission to our "The Frog Story".
- Natural Art (Age: 5 to 12 yrs old)
Discover the rainbow of colours you can get
from local Malaysian plants. Painting and colouring with natural dyes.
- Nature Craft (Age: 5 to 12 yrs old)
Rainstick making. Listen to the depth of
sound in a rain shower and make your own. Developing hand eye co-ordination as well as an understanding of how important rain
is to us.
|the under-privileged and handicapped children also joined our activities