I have never been to Fiji but I have heard a lot about Fiji. Some say Fiji’s a little like the Maldives and some say Fiji’s somewhere in Africa (I wonder where that came from); but I’m pretty sure, most people would know or have seen/heard about FIJI Water.

FIJI Water held its first Wellness Village which welcomed 150 visitors at the Sapphire Pavilion at Siloso Beach yesterday. This event was anchored by two sundown yoga sessions hosted by prominent yogi and founder of The Yoga Lab, Jasmine Chong, and saw the participation of 200 people.

Water is the most important factor in staying healthy and keeping one’s ​body hydrated. As ​FIJI Water is an artesian water​ which comes directly from the source and is untouched by man​, it appeals to consumers who strive to lead healthy lifestyles and carefully curate what is best for their body. With health and wellness at the core of FIJI Water’s brand, the “Wellness at it’s Finest” event provided participants with a look into the type of lifestyle FIJI Water is associated with and encouraged them to become better versions of themselves, through the yoga sessions and F&B lifestyle offerings available on-site. The event was also accessible and free, allowing passers-by the opportunity to visit and experience the village while getting acquainted with the FIJI Water brand. Passers-by and participants alike relaxed and unwound on the beachfront, took selfies with colourful beach-themed floats, or walked around the F&B and lifestyle stalls – namely An Acai Affair, Dosirak, KITTED and Apres Avant – curated specially for one’s wellness needs.

Image Credits: FIJI Water- Jasmine Chong, founder of Yoga Lab, demonstrating a yoga pose.

Taught by experienced yoga instructor, Jasmine Chong, the event ended off with two yoga sessions held on the beachfront as the sun set against the picturesque backdrop of Sentosa’s Siloso Beach. What’s more, participants took part in the lucky draw for a chance to walk away with the grand prize – a pair of return flights to Fiji and 5-night accommodation – as sponsored by Tourism Fiji.

FIJI Water also organised a contest on their Facebook and Instagram pages. To win a pair of return flights to the Islands of Fiji as sponsored by Fiji Airways, fans needed to capture their best FIJI Water moments at the Wellness Village and share about their experience via these images on their social media, using the hashtags #FIJIWaterWellnessVillage and #FIJIMomentsSG.

About FIJI™ Water 

FIJI™ Water, natural artesian water bottled at the source in Viti Levu (Fiji islands), is the No. 1 imported bottled water in the United States. FIJI Water, known for its iconic square bottle, soft mouth feel and unique mineral profile, is the water of choice among discerning consumers and top chefs. Widely available at fine restaurants, hotels and all major retail channels, FIJI Water has expanded globally to more than 80 countries. To learn more about FIJI™ Water, please visit www.fijiwater.sg, like their Facebook fan page and follow their Instagram.

About Fiji Airways

Founded in 1951, Fiji Airways Group comprises of Fiji Airways, Fiji’s National Airline and its subsidiaries: Fiji Link, its domestic and regional carrier, Pacific Call Comm Ltd, and a 38.75% stake in the Sofitel Fiji Resort & Spa on Denarau Island, Nadi. From its hubs at Nadi and Suva International Airports, Fiji Airways and Fiji Link serve 69 destinations in 15 countries (including code-share). Destinations include Fiji, Australia, New Zealand, the US, Canada, the UK, Hong Kong, Singapore, India, Samoa, Tonga, Tuvalu, Kiribati, Vanuatu and Solomon Islands. The Fiji Airways Group brings in 64 percent of all visitors who fly to Fiji, employs over 1000 employees, and earns revenues of over FJD$815 million (USD $390m). Fiji Airways rebranded from Air Pacific in June 2013. Visit www.fijiairways.com for more information.

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Melvin is an experienced Swimming Coach, Outdoor Teacher, and Youth Leadership Trainer with more than 8 years of experience. During his free time, he enjoys a healthy dose of reading, travelling and writing.

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