About The Fascinating World of Forestry™

The Fascinating World of Forestry™ is an educational programme all about forestry, the environment, sustainable development and community development! It will take you on an adventure to investigate our region’s forests and discover how paper can be made sustainably without compromising our environmental responsibilities.

As a holistic programme, we have a wide spectrum of activities specially tailored for you, with every one as exciting as the last! Our Edu-Portal is an interactive learning portal which brings you up to speed on key topics of the region’s forestry industry, giving you insights on the fascinating world of forestry.

To complement your online learning, our exciting field trips take you right into our facility where you get a first-hand experience of how forests and paper are sustainably managed. We can even drop by your school for engaging talks and mobile exhibitions!

Begin your journey with us today. You’ll be in for a wild ride ahead!


APRIL Group is one of the largest, most technologically advanced and efficient makers of pulp and paper products in the world! But paper isn’t the only thing on their mind…

APRIL Group is a firm believer of sustainable forest management and community development. So they put two and two together and let the idea take root. What happened next was the birth of The Fascinating World of Forestry™!

To find out more about APRIL Group and what they do, visit their website here.


Thoughts on the Field Trip

“One of the best trips of my life!”– Kreston Ang, Student at Anglo Chinese School (Independent)

Thoughts on the Field Trip

“It was my first time going into the “heart of operations” of a major plantation holder and the experience has taught me a lot. I commend APRIL for its willingness to engage members of academia, and I hope it will continue to do so for a long time to come.” – JC Mendoza, Biologist at National University of Singapore (NUS)

Thoughts on the Field Trip

“Fantastic benefits for the students! The students got ample opportunity to see from seed to finish product – Paper and exactly what went on. ”– Peter Davies, Geography Teacher at Anglo Chinese School (Independent)