Wonder what’s behind every pair of spectacles? Keen to know how to choose the right lenses and best eyecare? Follow us on a learning journey of eyecare and production of your lenses. Participants will get to do a free eye examination and recommendation.

Half Day Tour to Eyewear Factory
Date: 29 Feb (Sat)
Pickup: 1 X Bus pick up at Paya Lebar Singpost & 1 X Bus pick at Jurong Point Pick Up Point (Beside Jurong Npark) (*Kindly note that the pick up point has changed to Paya Lebar ONLY)
Pickup time: 9am
Programme time: 9.30am – 12.30pm / 10.00am – 1.00pm
Fee: $2


Coach transfer from Paya Lebar Singpost OR Jurong Point Pick Up Point (Beside Jurong Npark)


Arrival at Vision Ease


Talk on Eye care

Hands on different type of lenses

Touring the production process


Eye Examination and recommendation

Free & Easy to prescribe and purchase glasses *optional*


Coach transfer from Vision Ease to Paya Lebar Singpost


End of tour

*Pre-Registration is Required

Registration Close on 27 February 2020 (Thursday) or till full, whichever is earliest.

Register here now:  https://www.registerwithusports.com.sg/eyewearfactorytour29feb/registration/

Terms & Conditions:

  • Participants must fill in the Event Registration form including the Release of Liability.
  • Participants must not be suffering from any medical condition, illness, disease, mental illness or physical / psychological impairment.
  • NTUC U Live and its agent reserved the right to change the content of the event with or without prior notice.
  • Minimum group size to proceed with event will be 15 pax.
  • Registration is on a first-come-first-served basis only.
  • All registered participants for this event will be contacted via email or telephone for further confirmation of their particulars and other reservation details.

Contact details:
For general event enquiries, please email to events@ulive.com.sg or call 6582 3605 (during office hours – Monday to Friday, 10am to 6pm) for more information.

Please note:
All staff and attendees will have their temperatures taken upon registration and will be monitored closely for any symptoms. Entry may be denied or restricted if he/she is showing symptoms.

  • Individuals should remain vigilant and practise good personal hygiene, such as washing their hands regularly, at all times.
  • Individuals who are well do not need to wear masks.
  • Individuals with recent travel history to mainland China, in particular Hubei province, should not attend.
  • Individuals placed on Leave of Absence (LOA) should not attend events. They are strongly advised to remain at home and minimise their time spent in public spaces.
  • Individuals who are unwell should not attend. They should avoid public spaces and contact with others, and instead seek medical attention.
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