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Secondary 2 IDS Resort Planning

Secondary 2 IDS Resort Planning. 2O1 Kevan Chew Jun Kiat (12) Bryan Ow Yong (20) Yap Chong Sin (33) Samson Yu Bai Jian (23). Overview. Background Information Location Attractions Benefits Why Other L ocations Were R ejected Building Process Transportation Eco - Friendliness.

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Secondary 2 IDS Resort Planning

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  1. Secondary 2 IDSResort Planning 2O1 Kevan Chew Jun Kiat (12) Bryan Ow Yong (20) Yap Chong Sin (33) Samson Yu BaiJian (23)

  2. Overview Background Information Location Attractions Benefits Why Other Locations Were Rejected Building Process Transportation Eco - Friendliness

  3. Background Information • PulauUbin • 10.19 km² • One of the last rural areas to be found in Singapore • About 100 inhabitants of the island

  4. Location Maman Beach Maman Beach

  5. Breakwater Sea Proposed Reclaimed Land Mamam Beach

  6. Attractions Quarries ChekJawa Temples

  7. Benefits of the Location • Sunny • Receives a lot of sunlight throughout the year • Suitable for harnessing solar energy • Windy • Strong sea breeze is cooling and hence requires less use of air conditioner

  8. Why other places were not Suitable • ChekJawa • Harms and destroys marine ecosystem • Destroy natural habitat • Other Beaches - Lack of space for resort - Too dirty

  9. Land Reclamation • Land will be reclaimed from the sea to be used to extend the shoreline • Small portion of the surrounding forests will also be deforested to : • Provide more space for the resort • Provide wood for construction of some parts of the resort and furniture.

  10. Coastal Management • Hard engineering methods • Breakwaters • Solid granite walls to protect the erosion of shoreline • Soft Engineering Methods • Beach Nourishment • Encouraging growth of coral reefs

  11. The Resort Structure will be made with recycled glass and steel to support the eco-theme Solar panels will be installed on the roof of the resort to maximize the limited space. Interior of rooms and furniture will be made from wood, which is visually appealing.

  12. Green living practices in the resort Design - Using glass for the exterior of the resort, natural sunlight can be used for the lighting in the day - Using wood for the interior of the resort allows a cooling effect on the rooms, making guests less inclined towards using air conditioning.

  13. Green living practices Light sensors can be installed at corridors, rooms and toilets of the resort, to reduce electricity consumption. Washroom cisterns to have half-flush and full-flush functions Leaflets and brochures to be printed with recycled paper.

  14. Green Living Practices Recycling bins will be situated throughout the resort, to encourage guests to recycle. Food waste can be converted to compost and used as fertiliser for the plants around the resort

  15. Eco - Friendliness • Mangrove swamps to be planted • Reduce soil erosion • Filters sea water • Recycling bins • Situated on various parts of the island • Chalets to be constructed from wood • Abundant • Naturally cooler

  16. Transportation • Solar-Powered Vans • Transport tourists on free and easy tours • Bio fuel powered Trams • Guided tours led by tour guides

  17. Green Technology • Solar Power • Solar panels consist of solar cells which are made up of semiconductors like silicon • Light rays are absorbed by the semiconductors and causes the electrons to be in an excited state, flowing in one direction along a wire, thus producing electricity

  18. Green Technology (Rejected) • Wind • Wind currents are erratic • Not strong enough • Tidal • Waves erratic • Not strong enough to be used as a source of energy

  19. Bibliography http://www.wildsingapore.com/ubin/places/beach.htm http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Asia/Singapore/Pulau_Ubin-1495667/Things_To_Do-Pulau_Ubin-BR-1.html http://away.com/singapore/travel-m2-cid329581-pulau-ubin-cid400173-travel-midattractionlist-p1-attractions.html http://encyclobeamia.solarbotics.net/articles/solar_cell.html http://science.howstuffworks.com/environmental/energy/solar-cell.htm http://chl.erdc.usace.army.mil/chl.aspx?p=s&a=ARTICLES;187

  20. Thank You

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