It was after the final exam, and time for them to relax and unwind with something more exciting. Therefore, Wembley Academy provided students a platform to break-free from technology and dive into a 6D-Real World experience. On the 28th and 29th of November, seniors aged 12 to 17 were encouraged to join a trip to the Lost World of Tambun, Ipoh, Perak.
On the very first day, they got to experience the fun rides and also to catch some stunning acts at the park. They were also able to watch interesting live actions of some animals from tame to wild, especially during their feeding time! Afterwards, they had their lunch, and were they hungry after all that release of energy at the park.
Soon after, they participated in some challenges and obstacles that tested their endurance, stamina and most importantly teamwork.
After a tiring day, they went to relax in the natural hot spring pools which helped rejuvenate them at day’s end.
The next day, they got to experience the bygone era of Malaysian history with a nostalgic journey at Chin Pet Soo, Malaysia’s first Hakka tin mining museum, located on the edge of Ipoh’s Old Town, near Kinta River, which depicted a different way of living and culture of Hakka People under Tin Mining business.
It is rare to have the opportunity to go inside such a well preserved heritage building in Malaysia, especially one that has faithfully retained its original look and purpose.
The field trip was a smash hit for students who had loads of fun and gained valuable knowledge at the same time.