Sentosa’s annual campaign, Make Time, returns this month in conjunction with the resort island’s 49th birthday, with a slew of prizes and new programmes.
The campaign’s tagline, Make Time For More Holidays, aims to reiterate the importance of making time for well-deserved breaks to help manage life’s stresses.
Through September, 49 prizes featuring Sentosa’s staycation, attraction and dining experiences will be up for grabs via Sentosa’s Instagram account @sentosa_island. This includes a two-day-one-night staycation for four at Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa, which comes with a private beach dinner at the Southernmost Point of Continental Asia and four 120-Token Sentosa Fun Pass.
For a chance to win, guests just need to post a snapshot of themselves taking time off at Sentosa, along with their favourite reason for visiting the island, and tag @sentosa_island with the hashtag #MakeTimeForMoreHolidays. 12 winners will be selected every week between August 28 and September 24.
As part of the campaign, Sentosa Development Corporation will also roll out a series of new fitness, arts, and educational experiences from this month through November.
Visitors can take part in activities like learning the basics of graffiti from a graffiti artist, a two-hour art painting workshop, and a guided 90-minute night tour of Fort Siloso. Pottery, ukulele and archery classes are also part of the programme line-up. Prices of these programmes start from just S$10 (US$7), with selected experiences also bundled with dining options.
For a further glimpse of Sentosa’s various other offerings, the Island Boy, who rose to fame in the launch of 2020’s Make Time campaign, will also return to bring viewers across the island in a brand new film, My Island Adventure: The SeaQuel – this time with an Island Girl as his companion.
The SeaQuel showcases a different side of Sentosa, with the pair exploring hidden gems such as the Coastal Trail and new offerings such as the Marvel Universe 4D at Madame Tussauds Singapore.