Singapore Challenge

The annual Singapore Challenge brings local and international youths together for an exhilarating race around the island that promises fun, friends and fascinating insights into the country.

Singapore Challenge 2012

Organised by the Singapore International Foundation, the annual Singapore Challenge event is designed to let international students get to know Singapore better while building friendships with Singaporeans as they team up and work their way through different routes and pit stops designed to showcase the head, heart and soul of Singapore.

It’s also about sharing insights into Singapore society, and setting the stage for intense cross-cultural interactions in the course of the Challenge.

In 2012, we saw the highest participation rate so far, and on several levels. From 104 students who took part in 2010, this year’s figure is an impressive 1,000 students representing 125 teams. And from the 11 nationalities that were represented in 2010, this year will see close to 20 involved.

- To find out how you can join, click here http://www.sif.org.sg/programme_details.php?id=13
- To find out more about Sg Challenge 2012, click here
http://www.sif.org.sg/story_details.php?id=126
- You can view photos of the event here: http://goo.gl/pprtg
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