Awang Semaun Secondary School (SMAS) hosted an educational visit by Guangyang Secondary School, Singapore on Wednesday.
The delegation comprised 24 students and four teachers led by Nailul Shakira binti Mohd Rosli.
The visit aimed to expand students’ knowledge in learning Malay Language and to strengthen ties between the two schools.
A presentation on SMAS background by SMAS student Rawiyah Zawany binti Zulkifli was followed by a screening of a video clip by the school’s drama teacher Arif bin Haji Ebil.
The delegation participated in the Malay Islamic Monarchy (MIB) and Sastera Curriculum. They also learnt about Brunei culture.
They tasted Brunei traditional delicacies including Kuih Jala, Kuripit, Cincin and Lidah.
The students toured the wooden arts exhibition and other school facilities.
A dialogue session and the exchange of souvenirs were also held.