It’s always fun to join field trips and give students opportunity to explore the outdoors. This year, the school had decided to bring students to Sushi King and Min Nature Malaysia.
Students reached Sushi King around 8.45 a.m. and waited for the person in charge. He was such a lovely person. He was friendly and warm. Students couldn’t wait for the sushi making session. After the 20 minute talk, he told students it was time to make sushi.
“YES! Sushi time!”
They took students to the kitchen and gave students hairnets and gloves. The chef gave them all the appropriate ingredients such as Nori, a type of seaweed and sushi rice which was really sticky and gooey. He also gave sushi filling such as avocado, cucumber, carrots, mango, tempura, salmon and tuna.
Students enjoyed the sushi making very much. The sushi were delicious! After filling tummies with sushi, they went to visit the Min Nature Malaysia, the largest 3D printed miniature exhibition which incorporates fun interactive and educational elements. The place continues to preserve history, culture and the uniqueness of Malaysia in story-telling forms through dioramas.
The exhibition has a wide variety of exhibits such as countryside life, seaport, industrial zone, leisure park, the Banjaran, Enchanted Valley, Min Nature Town, Airport & Train Depot. Students walked around the exhibition and listened to the briefing.
At around 2 p.m., students were ready to leave the exhibition. It was a tiring day but they enjoyed themselves very much.