The Trip to Kusu Island with Swami Purnamritananda Puri provides the perfect opportunity for fun, games, relaxation and communion with Nature. The day will include an enjoyable ferry ride, nature walk, art activities, exciting games, bhajans and story telling.
Date: Wed 20th November 2019
Time: 9.30am – 5pm
Venue: Kusu Island
(Meeting Point – Singapore Island Cruise Centre, Marina South Pier, 31 Marina Coastal Drive, S 018988)
Who can attend – Children between the ages of 4 and 16. Parents/Guardians are welcome
Online Pre-Registration is required.
The event will be facilitated by our Bala Kendra’s Sevikas & Sevaks.
Singapore Island Cruise Centre, 31 Marina Coastal Drive, S 018988
(1 minute walk from Marina South Pier MRT Station. Directions provided at station)
Please arrive at the Ferry Terminal by 9.30am sharp. The ferry will leave at 10am.
Long Pants/Skirt and Covered Shoes
(There may be mosquitoes on the island)
Things to Bring:
– Packed Lunch
– Water Bottle
– Insect Repellent/Mosquito Repellent Patch
– Umbrella/ poncho
– Small Mat (optional)
– Personal Medication (if needed)
– Change of Clothes (optional)
The event is for children between the ages of 4 to 16.Parents are welcome to join us!
For the children aged 10 and below, a parent/guardian is required to accompany the child.
Please note that the event is for children between the ages of 4 and 16. Parents are welcome to join us! If your child has special needs, kindly drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org, before registering for the event. Children aged 10 and below are required to be accompanied by a Parent/Guardian.
Please complete and submit the online Registration Form.
A participation fee of $12 per child is payable for the Trip. Please note that the participation fee above is inclusive of afternoon refreshments, as well as art & any additional materials for children.
We request you to kindly make your payment via PayNow, while registering online. Alternatively, you may make your payment via credit/debit card (additional fees apply). Payment details are included in the Online Registration Form.
Registration closes on Mon 18th Nov at 12 noon.
Do note that the above participation fee does not include lunch. We request all who are attending to carry your packed lunches. The fee also does not include the ferry ticket ($12 for children below age 12, $18 for adults) which you may purchase at the ferry terminal on 20 Nov.
We will depart on the 10am ferry and return on the 4pm ferry. Please note that in the event of rain, the event may be shifted indoors, to an alternate venue. No refunds will be provided.
For enquiries, kindly contact us at: email@example.com
A senior renunciate disciple of our beloved AMMA, Mata Amritanandamayi Devi, Swami Purnamritananda Puri is General Secretary of the world-renowned organisation, Mata Amritanandamayi Math. For the past 30 years, he has been relentlessly engaged in the very noble spiritual and humanitarian activities of the Math that AMMA envisioned and initiated.
An Engineering graduate, Swamiji had been Research Scientist with the prestigious Raman Research Institute, Bangalore. Swamiji first met AMMA while on his quest for the secret of life. AMMA’s intense love for humanity, Her true vision of world peace, Her avowed compassion for the needy and, above all, the profound spirituality that She embodies moved Swamiji so deeply that he became a devout follower of AMMA.
Ever since, Swamiji has dedicated his life to the cause of the countless noble social welfare activities organised by AMMA. He has travelled all over the world conducting Satsangs, Bhajans, Meditation programmes and spiritual and personality development camps with an aim to bring about the spiritual upliftment of not just individuals, but entire societies.
Swamiji has also made regular visits to Singapore over the years to conduct programmes imparting AMMA’s teachings of selfless love and service to devotees at the Amriteswari Society and members of the public. Through his uplifting discourses, soothing flute meditations, soul-stirring devotional singing and his nurturing presence, Swamiji reaches out to people of all ages – from very young children to seniors, guiding them to remain ever-focussed on the transformative journey of spirituality.