Hopping on a bus or train to travel to work is a norm for every Singaporeans, but having a bicycle to ride has always been a lifetime’s dream for some children. Through Build-A-Dream, every team will be challenged to correctly assemble a brand new bicycle.
The teams will work their way to solve interactive problem-solving challenges and puzzles to “earn” the bolts and nuts as well as tools to assemble the bicycles. With the resources, the team will then assemble the bicycle within a limited time frame while judges imposed strict quality control inspections.
The sharing of resources, expertise and fast-paced timeline will guarantee a great sense of achievement as they pass the rigorous safety checks. Not to miss, the emotional finale of the arrival of the real “recipients”, a group of underprivileged children, receiving their new mode of transport, this bring joy and satisfaction to both parties.
Characteristics : Indoor
Venue : Depends on group size
Main focus : Bonding, Collaboration, Creativity, Leadership, Planning, Problem-Solving, Communication
Group Size : 20 to 250
Duration : 2 to 4 hours
What you say about us / Testimonials
“I enjoyed thoroughly the Village Singapura experience which is very very worth. Good job and well done!”
– Raymond Chua, Group Director, Health Products Regulation Group, Ministry Of Health *Elton double check* (9th Jan 2017)
“Just had an interesting morning with Village Singapura. The experience was very engaging and I find the activities very interesting and brought out a lot of fun. Definitely will look forward to coming back again with other friends of mine.”
– Benny Lee, Principal Private Secretary to the President, President’s Office, Istana (29th Dec 2016)
“I have enjoyed the activity here today. The most interesting thing is that we get to learn about the traditional local culture. I found the Drama Mama segment very interesting, enjoyable, and very helpful for our team building activity. It was a little bit challenging for the team, but every team did so well. It was a very well-designed game.”
– Ishii Takeo, Managing Director, Yamaha Motor Asia-Pacific, Yamaha Motor Distribution Singapore (10th July 2015)
“Yes it’s effective. I think it was the best event over the past 2 years. (Previously), I joined the same kind of event, but this year, it’s the best! Everybody understood the purpose, the direction, and the intention of the event. It was the most effective.”
– Nakajima Nobuhiko, Assistant Managing Director, Yamaha Motor Distribution Singapore (10th July 2015)