Our school is diverse. You will find any kind of people, any kind of animal, any kind of talents, and any kind of plants. But there is one thing that Sinlui has in common. From the enterence to the exit, from the lowest level to the highest point, Our school is filled with green plants. You will never walk a mile without at least seeing one plant. From the many green places in Sinlui, I will take you on a tour to the TOP 5 GREEN PLACES in Sinlui.
- Rooftop Garden
Rooftop Garden is one of the newest addition to our school. It is a very nice place to hang out and feel the breeze, more importantly, you can see the entire Pocin area from the rooftop garden. The garden doesn’t only consist of gazebo and plants but it also has a small section for cultivating chilli. So, why not try and spend your recess here, I’m sure it’s worth walking up the stairs.
- ‘Pohon Cinta’ Area
Ah yes, how can we not insert the infamous Pocin. The center of life in Sinlui. As you all know, according to legend, Pocin is a famous place on where Sinlui students ask someone out to be their girlfriend. Legend says that their love will be long lasting. But the Pocin is not only famous for its story, but its also famous for the leafy and shady place it is. The huge tree shades the students from the striking sunlight and creating a very soothing atmosphere.
- Front Garden
The first thing you see when entering the main lawn of our school is the front garden. Ever since the start of the year, the garden has been revamped to the way it is now. It has a beautiful design and mapping. Simple, Green, yet Majestic. It really highlights the amazingness of our school.
- Green House
Most of us probably only go to the green house for a biology assignment. But we never truly seep in the beauty of the species in that green house. Such a huge diversity is being cultivated, grown, and cared. A little green from Sinlui for a better world.
- Jesus Statue Area
I don’t really know what to call this area, but since it has a Jesus statue on it I decided to call this the Jesus statue area. The two sections behind both of the teacher’s room are new to our school. It used to be an ordinary wall, but now it serves as a welcome to all of our school students and staffs every morning they walk into our school.
There’s actually many more than just these, but since we’re talking about the TOP 5, Alas, we can only input five in. So, if you think that your favorite spot is not in the list, please comment down below!