(Left - Jane Lim Hui Ting, Right - Andre Tan Kim Seang)
It is not only visitors who rave about the Changi Airport experience; the people responsible for creating this experience also enjoy every minute of their job.
(Left - Cheryl Chan Yee Leng, Right - Charlene Teresa Hendricks)
By Kevin Lim
It isn’t just about doing it great. It’s about doing it better.
In STB, ideas are its lifeblood, excitement can be found at every turn, and boredom is an adjective that’s never used. We speak to two STB scholars who are on the ride of a lifetime.
By Farhan Shah
Law Yock Song leans forward in his chair, the happiness apparent in his eyes, and says, “One of my guests came back to the Singapore Visitors Centre on the last day of her holiday just to thank me.”
To the 27-year-old, it is these small pockets of interaction that makes working in the Singapore Tourism Board (STB), the organisation dedicated to promoting and projecting Singapore as the choice destination for leisure and business tourists, very heartening.
After having worked in STB for more than three years, the SMU alumnus has collected a vast catalogue of memorable experiences.