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Monday, October 20, 2014

Kidzania Factory Visits - Pharmaniaga + Vitagen

Thanks to Astro Lifetime Mom's Time Out,
Me and my mei mei get a chance,
To visit factories in Kidzania......

In Pharmaniaga,
We do research on Vitamin..
And successfully made and bring home,
A bottle of Citrex Vitamin...
Grape flavoured,
Our favourite!!!

Next,
We visited.....
Vitagen & Marigold Milk Factory..

In the Milk Factory,
We see with our own eyes,
How Pasteurization Machine works...
And how is it different with
Fermentation Machine and Homogenization Machine...

We get a bottle of Vitagen,
Grape flavoured, too!
After the trip in Kidzania's Milk Factory!~

It's indeed a very educative trip....
Expressing our gratitude again,
To Astro Lifetime Mom's Time Out!
For the whole fun day of Family's Time Out!


18 comments:

Louise Banta said...

School trips should always be educational. Here in the Philippines, I'm annoyed how field trips or school trips are now in theme parks, malls etc. It's no longer that educational for students.

I remember when I was in grade school, our school trips were also in factories - jelly ace factory, yakult factory, etc. It was nice to see how products were made and how intelligent are the engineers in creating such machines.

This post definitely made me remember my younger years.

xo,
Louise of The Legendary Ukayista | Bloglovin'

John Benliro said...

I would be very happy if I can see a milk being pasteurized with my own eyes. I am envious of what you just experienced.

Russ R. said...

That is soooo cool! Now, I'd want to be a kid again. We used to go to all these factories - really interesting & educational. I can imagine how exciting and fun this is.

Phylicia Marie Pineda said...

That looks fun and great for your kid to get exposed in very scientific activities like that.

Franc said...

This is really educational. Kids also gets to appreciate the process better with this tour.

Fernando Lachica said...

Schools should apply field trips for students to educate them in advance about the surroundings. Good for them to know and interact.

Fred Hawson said...

When I was in elementary school, we got to visit so many different places too in our field trips. I remember the Ayala Museum, the Pepsi plant, Balara, etc...I hope these places have a special itinerary for the ages of the kids who visited.

Sim @ SimsLife.co.uk said...

That is actually pretty cool! Love the idea of the kids going to an actual factory to see how things are made! They look super cute in their overcoats too! Pretty cool experience! Simone x

Loudthinkin said...

What an insightful trip... I can imagine that there must have been much to learn.

Eric Leen said...

I wish I could visit their Milk Factory too. I have goats and young cows in the farm and I am planning to set up a small dairy farm. I wish I can have my own Pasteurization Machine. Do you have any idea how much it would cost?

Aisha Kristine Chong said...

Haha! This is actually cool. I kind of wish my school trip when I was younger was like this too.

Hazel Ann Lo said...

I wish I could have that same experience as those kids. I would really like to know what goes on in those factories!

Miss `Chievous said...

The kids seem to have a great time! I remembered going to a furniture factory back when I was a toddler.

Field trips are fun.

Tiffany Yong W.T. said...

I went to Kidszania in Malaysia too! It was pretty interesting to bring kids there and watch them play! I thought the hands on exercises were quite meaningful for them to get a glimpse of what's the real job like!

Suzanne said...

I can just imagine how much fun the kids had on this day. It is always great to see how things really work.

Chelsi Bernardino said...

It's nice to know that our world has a factory like this. Kids will surely learn a lot from there!

Jason P. said...

The photo with the little kids learning how milk is processed is too cute! Haha! Touring factories is always cool because you get to see how stuff we see everyday is sold! :D

Eliz Frank said...

What a wonderful outing for the kids. It was also very informative. The kid picking her nose was priceless. :-)

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