Corporate Packages

Package A Customization Of Package

1 hr of snow play + 1 program

Minimum of 30 pax

Includes jackets and boots for participants

Includes 50 digital photo downloads taken in the snow chamber

$30+ per pax (Subject to GST)

We are able to customize your package depending on your event requirements and availability of our program.We also offer rates for Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programs and Non-Profit Organizations. Contact us for more information.
Package B Other Services

1 hr of snow play + 2 programs

Minimum of 30 pax

Includes jackets and boots for participants

Includes 50 digital photo downloads taken in the snow chamber

$43+ per pax (Subject to GST)

Inflatable jumper

Mascot Appearance / Talent Show

Food and Beverage service

Emcee

Choose your program from the following:

Snow City’s programmes are all conceptualized in the context of low temperatures (from -196°C to 0°C). The main goal of the programmes is to foster interest in science through the novel experiences offered by the exciting lecture demonstrations and hands-on activities. The programmes provide a unique experience to the students – that is, exposure to cryogenic chemicals such as liquid nitrogen and liquid oxygen. This is an experience that cannot be duplicated in ordinary classrooms. They also serve as enrichment/reinforcement activities to classroom lessons. They can also cater a wide range of audiences. The Education Officers, who conduct the programmes, can vary the level of discussion/explanation for each lesson depending on the type of audience.

SC01: Fun with Liquid Nitrogen

Lesson Format: Lecture Demonstration

Description:

This is Snow City’s most popular program. It is recommended for those who attend low-temperature science programs for the first time. The program involves several demonstrations that showcase the properties of liquid nitrogen. Be awed by liquid nitrogen as it smokes, expands, and evaporates. The ability of liquid nitrogen to readily freeze objects and make a banana assume hammer like properties will definitely amaze everyone!

This fun-filled program also touches on concepts of force, pressure, effects of cooling, properties of materials, and change of state from a temperature of -196°C to room temperature.

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SC02: Do-It-Yourself Ice Cream Making
Lesson Format: Workshop/Hands-on

Description:

The programme opens with a brief history of ice cream. The different ingredients used in making ice cream are then presented to participants. Different techniques in making ice cream will be discussed, with emphasis on the use of liquid nitrogen. Everyone will be asked to form small groups, and together they will prepare their group’s ice cream using liquid nitrogen. On top of that, participants will get the chance to savour the ice cream that they have prepared.


The experience is expected to be memorable for all guests as they get to learn science concepts such as transmission of heat energy by conduction, effects of heat exchange, and thermal properties of matter. The multi-sensory experience provided by this programme helps to cement the everyone’s understanding of various science concepts further.

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SC03: Winter Olympics

Lesson Format: Games/Activities for groups

Description:

A compulsively enjoyable programme fit for anyone that just wants to have a roaring good time. Conducted in our very own Snow Chamber, Winter Olympic is a culmination of carefully tailored activities that challenges the mind while testing your physical agility. It is a program catered to the young and the young at heart.

After all, having fun has absolutely no age limit. Winter Olympic is a specially designed programme that effectively incorporates team building into its host of activities with light-heartedness and exhilaration. For any game planner, it is an extremely versatile programme, as it allows the planner to mix and match from its pool of activities based solely on his/her objective. So why choose convention when convention is boring. At Snow City, we provide you with the perfect alternative to convention, the cool way.

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Note: Choose any 3 of the total 9 activities to fit your gaming objective.

Speedo

Adults and Children (above 8 years old)

Each player from each team will slide down the slope one by one. Every team will be timed. Timing starts at the point when the first player slides down and ends when the last player of the group completes the slide. The team with the fastest time recorded will be the winner

Breakage

Adults and Children (above 8 years old)

Everyone in a team will log his or her arm to form a chain, with different formation, and slide down the slope together. The chain should not break. The team with no breakage will win the game.

The Mad Ball

Adults and Children (above 8 years old)

Each player from each team will use his or her mouth to hold a plastic cup, containing a ping pong ball. They will slide down the slope one by one. Once he or she reaches the bottom of the slope, he or she will place the ping pong ball into a big container. Whichever team has the most number of ping pong balls in the big container wins the game.

Balloon Hurray

Adults and Children (above 8 years old)

2 players from each team will hold each other’s hands with a balloon in between them. They will slide down the slope together. Upon reaching the bottom of the slope, they will place the balloon into the big container. Whichever team with the most balloons in the big container wins the game.

Puzzles Frenzy

Adults only

To search and solve puzzles. The puzzles are placed in the tug of snow. Each player will slide down from the slope and search for the puzzles (they must dig using both hands). Each player can only take one puzzle at a time. Once all the puzzles are collected, all the team players will get together to solve the puzzles. Whichever team solves the puzzles first wins the game.

Musical Chairs (Adult version)

Adults only

Rubber tubes will be arranged in a circular form. In pairs, they have to walk round the rubber tubes once the music starts, holding hands. Once the music stops, they have to quickly sit down on a rubber tube and must keep holding each other’s hands. The pair who is unable to find a rubber tube to sit down will be penalized once. They are given up to 3 chances. If they are penalized thrice, they will have to perform for the rest of the groups.

Musical Chairs (Children version)

 

Adults only

Rubber tubes will be arranged in a circular form. The children have to walk round the rubber tubes once the music starts. Once the music stops, they have to quickly sit down on a rubber tube. The one who is unable to find a rubber tube to sit down will be penalized once. He or she is given up to 3 chances. If he or she is penalized thrice, he or she will have to perform for the rest of the children.

Bursting Balloons

Adults only

Each player from each team will slide down one by one. Once he or she reaches the bottom of the slope, he or she will have to burst a balloon with both hands. Only when he or she has burst the balloon, will the next player able to slide down and repeat the process. There is a time limit of 10 mins. The team, which is able to burst the most balloons within the time limit, wins the game.

Dress Me Up

Adults only

One player from each team will be dressed to the minimum, for example, in only T-shirts and jeans, and stands at the bottom of the slope. Several items will be given to the other team players, which are the hat, jacket, waterproof pants, ski boots, ski and poles. They will then slide down one by one, carrying one item at a time, and dress up the player standing at the bottom of the slope. The objective is to dress him or her up as a skier. The team, which finishes first, wins the game.

SC04: Snow Science Workshop

Lesson Format: Workshop/Hands-on

Description:

An interactive and hands-on programme, Snow Science dwell deeper into the science behind ice and water. The programmes offers an hour’s fun snow play on the slope and a choice to participate in 4 of out of 8 experiments.

Activity Synopsis
Rolling Ice Cubes Discover how the different melting rates of ice above and below water caused the ice to roll.
The Exploding Bottle Find out why water expands when it freezes.
Ice Pops Without a Freezer Find out how different substances affect the freezing point of water and make an ice pop without using a freezer.
Lifting an Ice Cube With String Learn how the concentration of solute affects the extent of melting ice.
Ice and Oil Observe a demonstration that illustrates the different densities of oil, water, and ice.
Wired Ice Learn how different pressures affect the melting point of ice.
Slippery Ice See how friction affects the movement of ice across different surfaces.
The Melting Ice Race Figure out how the different substances have different effects on the melting point of ice.

SC05: Snow Science Workshop

Lesson Format: Workshop/Hands-on

Description:

How do you spin a ping pong ball without holding it? How do you instantly freeze water in just seconds? Know the answers to these questions in this workshop.

These experiments are fun yet simple enough to be replicated at home and for participants to show off their ‘magic’ skill to their friends. Some of the concepts that will be discussed are about force, states of matter, heat transfer, crystalization, and condensation.

SC06: Clouds of Fun Workshop

Lesson Format: Workshop/Hands-on

Description:

This workshop is composed of experiments using dry ice. When dry ice gets in contact with water and soap, it produces cloud-like formations and mists. Get ready to be awed by the science behind these simple demonstrations.