DYPU SHTS sets out to explore Hospitality industry of Singapore & Malaysia!!!
In its endeavour of imparting global industry exposure, D.Y.Patil University School of Hospitality & Tourism Studies has organised a ten days comprehensive industrial tour of Singapore & Malaysia. A group of 40 students with 4 faculties left for Singapore on 23 May 2018. Singapore is a hub of some of the worlds’ remarkable hotel properties as well as culinary institutes. It is also a popular tourist attraction, hence a perfect destination for our kids. Malaysia is known for its impeccable infrastructure, distinct culinary cuisine, spectacular beaches, dense rainforests and so on. The students were very excited for the trip and heartily thanked the management for giving them such a lucrative opportunity. They expressed their gratitude to Dr. Vijay D. Patil, Chancellor of the university and Mrs. ShivaniPatil, First Lady of the University for giving them a chance to realise their dreams.
The college has devised an itinerary in which the students will get a hands on experience of leading hospitality and culinary brands of both the countries and also get to enjoy local sightseeing. The students will spend an entire day at the renowned Culinary Institute of America in Singapore and also visit Merlion Park, Marina Bay, SuntecCity, Raffles of Landing, and Fountain of Wealth etc. Our students will also visit the Universal Studios and undertake a tour of the relaxing beaches, thrilling rides as well as enjoy a blend of various international cuisines. The college has also planned a trip to one of the world’s most prestigious and competitive universities, the Nanyang Technological University. An autonomous research university, it is consistently ranked amongst the leading global universities and is regarded as one of the top universities of the world. In the 2018 QS World University Rankings, the university has been ranked 11th in the world and 1st in Asia. In Malaysia, the students will undertake a chocolate tour at the world famous- Beryl Chocolates.
In this tour they will be briefed about the production, processing, marketing and branding techniques followed by the company. The students will participate in the production process and make chocolates with their chefs. The college has also scheduled a visit to the Academy of Pastry Arts, Malaysia. Here, the students will learn the finesse of Malaysian baking and patisserie. The trip will conclude with a visit to the famous Petronas Twin Towers and Genting Islands.