20 students and 2 teachers from Raffles Institute and 20 students from School of the Arts, Singapore, visited Sei Betung restoration site to learn about forest restoration and biodiversity. It was their first visit to the site which is managed by YOSL OIC. During this visit, these students were given a training on several topics such as seedling cultivation and nursery management, plant identification, biodiversity observation, and mapping. They were also directly involved in planting activities and have planted 320 trees. In general, all activities can be done as scheduled even though it was rainy almost every day in the restoration site.