Another exciting activity to whip up our children’s interest for learning by Kinderland International Preschool @ Vietnam! Our Nursery children embarked on an exciting city tour, immersing themselves in the vibrant sights of landmarks within the Ho Chi Minh City. They embarked on a thrilling journey, visiting notable places such as the awe-inspiring Ho Chi Minh statue, the majestic Independence Palace, the charming Central Post Office, and the historically significant Notre Dame Cathedral, currently undergoing renovation.

At the Saigon Central Post Office

Ms Angelica showing the children a postcard

Our children were exposed to a wealth of enriching experiences and valuable learning opportunities. They delved into the captivating history of our city, gaining a deeper understanding of its cultural significance through these remarkable landmarks. Each stop provided a unique chance to learn and appreciate the rich heritage and architectural wonders that define our beloved city.

Feeling excited at the Independence Palace

A photo with the iconic Ho Chi Minh statue

As they strolled along the streets, they found themselves in the midst of nature’s beauty. Our children also got to enjoy a delightful picnic, surrounded by the sights and sounds of their surroundings. This special moment allowed them to bond and create cherished memories together, as their laughter and joyful expressions filled the air.

Enjoying the sights and sounds of nature within the urban landscape

The genuine enjoyment and excitement were evident in our children’s beaming smiles and infectious laughter. Their enthusiasm and curiosity fueled their engagement throughout the journey, making it a truly unforgettable adventure.

This city tour not only provided an opportunity for the Nursery children to explore their surroundings but also fostered their love for learning, instilling in them a sense of appreciation for the history and culture of Ho Chi Minh City. It was a day filled with exploration, discovery, and joyful camaraderie, leaving a lasting impression on each child and nurturing their thirst for knowledge and adventure.