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New film series launched to showcase Singapore’s lesser known attractions

Singapore Tourism Board (STB) has partnered with national carrier Singapore Airlines (SIA) to launch a light-hearted film series, titled ‘Unexpected Journeys’ with the aim of highlighting some of the island nation’s lesser known attractions. 

Hosted by Indian-origin Singaporean comedian, actor and host Rishi Budhrani, the series will showcase an impressive range and value of experiences that both brands have to offer travellers. 

Photo courtesy: Unexpected Journeys screenshot from YouTube
Photo courtesy: Unexpected Journeys screenshot from YouTube

“Working with local comedian, Rishi Budhrani, we shine the spotlight on Singapore’s lesser-known talents, businesses and authentic local experiences,” said Lynette Pang, Assistant Chief Executive, Marketing Group, STB.

In ‘Unexpected Journeys’, which comprises of three episodes spanning 20 minutes each, Rishi travels to Australia, Scotland and Oregon in the United States of America. 

He will also host three groups of travellers from these places, and take them on an unexpected journey to Singapore via a Singapore Airlines flight. The travellers will go on an exciting escapade in the island state – from luxurious city-highs to action-packed adventure showdowns, tranquil nature tracks and epicurean and cultural delights. 

“Singapore Airlines is a globally-renowned symbol of Asian hospitality,” said Campbell Wilson, Senior Vice President Sales and Marketing, SIA.

“With the launch of ‘Unexpected Journeys’ in partnership with STB, we are excited to play host to travellers as they travel with Singapore Airlines, and go off the beaten path to experience Singapore through authentic and meaningful experiences that are unforgettable and uniquely local.”


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