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Sky Premium Cares: Protect and Preserve Earth’s Precious Natural Resources

Mar 26 2019 - Media

Singapore, 26 March 2019 - Sky Premium is proud to be the supporting partner of Earth Hour 2019 on Saturday, 30 March.

Join us as the world’s largest grassroots movement for the environment returns with an electrifying festival of music, art, food and lifestyle. Earth Hour 2019 (29 to 31 March) aims to rally the local community and build a city together as conscious citizens to drive major change for nature!

Organised by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), the three-day festival features nature-themed experiences that highlight the rapid loss of nature and its impact. Through workshops and activities, Earth Hour aims to appeal to thousands in Singapore to be conscious citizens that make sustainable choices on a daily basis.

In support of WWF Singapore’s Earth Hour 2019 movement, Sky Premium pledges to switch off all non-essential lights in our premises. We promise to protect and preserve the Earth’s precious biodiversity and natural resources. As part of our corporate sustainability activities, we have been and will continue using eco-friendly fabric bags in place of plastic bags.


Sky Premium is Singapore’s first members’ exclusive privilege services club developed to enrich the lives of members across the globe. Pushing the boundaries of luxury travel, wellness and unique dining experiences, we present a cohesive platform for all to enjoy The Good Life. Sky Premium partners with selected esteemed brands and merchants to offer insider access to closed-door events, fashion shows, wine appreciation masterclasses as well as an array of networking opportunities and business facilities. The sky is the limit as Sky Premium is dedicated to providing quality, personalised lifestyle experiences for our members.


Dates: 29 - 31 March 2019 (Fri - Sun)
Time: 5pm - 10pm (Fri), 10am - 10pm (Sat & Sun)
Location: Marina Bay Sands Event Plaza
Tickets: Free admission (excludes workshops and classes)

*Hero Banner and and listing images credits to: Wisnu HY, W1SNU.COM/WWF-Singapore