Sustainability Report 2018

Siloso Beach Resort has published its 7th Sustainability Report on the Union Compact website, with the report adhering closely to the GRI Standards! This 166 page report  provides a deep insight of our business to our stakeholders. Click here to check it out!


Energy Saving Challenge

The Energy-Saving Challenge is back – this time for a more powerful change
Let’s take climate action today! It’s as simple as switching off appliances after use to save electricty.
Do that, and you stand a chance to win prizes more than $60,000 in total*.
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Energy saving guide

International Day of the Forests Campaign

♥ if you ♥ our forest friends!

Choosing sustainable palm oil prevents the burning of land that creates the haze.

From 21 to 28 March, celebrate the International Day of Forests with us by having a meal at eateries that help protect our forests, home to diverse (and adorable) wildlife.

Share a picture of you and your friends at the eatery using #LoveForest #GoHazeFree #SustainablePalmOil

The campaign will culminate on 28 March with a show of support to Old Chang Kee outlets island-wide. Sign up for email reminder here:

SBR now using Sustainable Palm Oil!


Siloso Beach Resort has recently switched to using certified sustainable palm oil in its cooking.  This is an important choice for us, as not only are we severely affected by haze episodes (to conserve energy, our pool, corridors, and café are all open-air), but preserving biodiversity – both on our site and through our external impacts – has always been one of our guiding principles.

Through discussions with PM Haze, we gained a better understanding of the problem and what we could do about it.  Certainly the issues of palm oil are large and complicated, but we join with PM Haze and other establishments already using sustainable palm oil in order to show that our small choices do make a difference.

To Learn more about how you can #GoHazeFree, visit People’s Movement to Stop Haze.  They have also created a list of eateries using sustainable palm oil, including Siloso Beach:

The switch to using sustainable palm oil was also fulfilling one of our voluntary commitments to the UN Environment Program to #BeatPollution: