Category: Humans of Sentosa
An island resort situated on the southern coast of Singapore, Sentosa has been a fantastical tourist destination offering pristine beaches, luxury hotel and amusement park rides that will send your adrenaline on overdrive.
But what is a land of fun without its people? In collaboration with Sentosa, we present Humans of Sentosa, a brand new interview series celebrating the men and women who keep the wheels turning on the island.
From the lifeguard scanning the beaches for signs of danger to the Service Ambassador who tirelessly ushers you in the right direction, their stories will inspire you and lift your spirits. Enjoy the read!
Humans of Sentosa | “When I started paddleboarding back in 2014, I remember seeing lots of trash floating on the water. One day, I decided to bring a trash bag with me and started picking up trash. People thought I was crazy for collecting rubbish out at sea on my paddleboard…”
Humans of Sentosa | “What you see on Baywatch is very different from what happens in real life. Sometimes, the casualty doesn’t even get to call for help; you just see some splashing in the distance. As lifeguards, we’ve been trained to pick up signs of a swimmer in distress.”
Humans of Sentosa | “I love my job because I get to meet all kinds of people. I enjoy talking to overseas guests because I get to ask them about where they’re from. I get to learn so much from them.”
Humans of Sentosa | “But now when I go home and sleep at night, I can sleep properly because I feel like I did something good that day. So no matter which industry you’re in, as long as you’re happy doing your work, I think that’s all that matters…”
Humans of Sentosa | “Here, you get to see hawksbill turtles that come to lay their eggs and dolphins that swim around our coast. It’s very cool.”