FUN Bee Park, the first indoor fun creative learning centre in Brunei, is offering a slew of activities for children and adults to participate in. Considered a one-stop venue for fun and creative educational activities, the centre focuses not only on arts and crafts, but also baking and culinary arts.
Located at Batu Bersurat, the centre is also introducing its ‘Teen Chef Club’ to educate children and teens on ways to prepare healthy food. Also planned is a grand cooking competition in search of the ‘Teen Master Chef’, allowing aspiring chefs to demonstrate their culinary skills.
Fun Bee Park organises cooking and baking workshops every Friday and Sunday afternoon to uncover the potentials and support aspiring young chefs and bakers.
Additionally, Fun Bee Park and IA Salon are bringing in a renowned Malaysian chef to host a grand cooking demonstration on local traditional dishes, and the public is invited to participate.
In the past, children have participated in cooking sessions to prepare Nasi Lemak, Spaghetti, Baked Macaroni and Cheese, and Classic Beef Lasagna. The children-safe kitchen at the centre is home to many cooking projects.
“We want to expose the children to more than just play time,” said Fun Bee Park Creative Director Cecilia Lee.
The next project for the Fun Bee Park Junior Chef Club is to produce a cook book that includes the children’s kitchen experience.
Fun Bee Park’s daily programme includes a two-hour activity of book reading, arts and crafts, baking and cooking, and bubble play for $10 per child.
The centre aims to expose young minds to different learning experiences to help them develop their physical, cognitive, social, language and creative skills.