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In an extraordinary venture that seamlessly blended education with leisure, Nulite team recently concluded an enriching study tour in the vibrant landscapes of Malaysia and Singapore. Beyond the traditional bounds of the workplace, this journey exemplified the company's commitment to fostering a thriving team spirit and a joyful community.
At the core of Changi Airport, we visited the world's largest indoor waterfall and forest-themed shopping mall designed and built by internationally renowned architect Moshe Safdie. Its unique circular appearance made of glass and steel makes it the most representative landmark building in the Changi Airport area.
Leaving Singapore, we went up the Strait and arrived at Melaka, a city full of historical and cultural heritage.
Experience the unique Malaysian cuisine at the food market, listen to the story of Zheng He at the Bukit China; experience the history of Malaysia at the Red House Square, Queen's Clock Tower, St. Paul's Church, and Santiago Ancient City Gate ; overlook the strait from the Portuguese castle and merchant ships passing by.
No cultural exploration is complete without a foray into local cuisine. Colleagues sampled delicacies from both Malaysia and Singapore, creating opportunities for shared meals and conversations that transcended professional spheres. The joy of discovering new flavors together added a delicious dimension to the team's shared experiences.
Reading thousands of books is not as good as traveling thousands of miles. Study tour is not about how many pictures can be captured with a camera, but about all the personal experiences during the process. Our team members not only experienced the unique customs and natural scenery of the exotic country, but also established a foundation for future business cooperation . This is also consistent with our vision of Nulite going global.
Looking forward to 2024, Nulite will never stop and looks forward to the next study tour.