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Live, Learn & Play at Westlite Accommodation

An array of Residential Life (Resi-Life) programmes ensure our residents’ stay with us is vibrant and fulfilling.

A Meaningful Events Calendar

Our residents participate in events organised by non-profit and non-government organisations (NPOs and NGOs), some of which also benefit the community.

Getting Tips on Staying Healthy

Our residents gain valuable knowledge and skills from workshops including yoga classes, health talks and check-ups, and English lessons.

Off to Cameron Highlands!

We organise fun activities such as sports tournaments and regional excursions for residents to unwind and recharge in their free time.

Westlite Accommodation’s Events & Activities

At Westlite Accommodation, we pride ourselves on having a heart for people and strive to create an accommodation that integrates “Live, Learn and Play” among our foreign workers residents. Discover our broad range of events and activities that promotes our residents’ wellness and contributes to the community.

Healthy Living
Nutrition
Active Learning
Community Building

Healthy Living

We understand the importance of having fit and healthy workers at the workplace, so we promote an active lifestyle among our residents through a variety of physical activities, including:

  • Sports & games competitions
  • Yoga classes
  • Complimentary health screenings
  • Health education

Nutrition

Feeling good and staying healthy starts with eating right. Partnering with external organisations, we improve our residents’ nutrition and raise awareness on wholesome dieting through:

  • Nutrition talks
  • Food and groceries distribution

Active Learning

We impart soft skills and valuable knowledge to help workers become more competent at work and more confident off work. Some of our programmes to encourage learning among our residents include:

  • English language classes (with certifications)
  • Safe riding programme
  • Professional courses by Association of Process Industry (“ASPRI”)

Community Building

We come up with various initiatives to help our residents integrate with the community. Furthermore, we help residents feel at home with emotional support and celebrations of familiar festivities. Such programmes include:

  • Community clean-up
  • Cultural celebrations
  • Community patrol
  • Counselling

Our Event Highlights on Social Media

Centurion Corp
Centurion Corp3 days ago
This year, we celebrated our 10th year anniversary with a huge bang, lots of laughter and many, many cheers. In line with our theme, “Black & Gold – We Are The Superstar”, everyone showed up in classy black and gold outfits and definitely looked like superstars. It was a night filled with reminiscing on fond memories of the journey here, and acknowledging those who have put in the work and made a difference across the years. As we celebrate our 10 years of success, we recognise everyone’s contribution over the past decade of accommodation operations.

A decade of success and decades more to come, thank you to everyone who has been part of the journey. We are all superstars! 🌟
Centurion Corp
Centurion Corp7 days ago
A huge congrats to @Gateway Arts for their successful premiere of 'My Invisible Life', for which Centurion Corporation and Westlite Accommodation are proud to be the presenting and venue sponsor respectively. Our staff greatly enjoyed the touching production, which encapsulates the message of promoting #social #integration of our #migrantworker brothers into our society. These are values that we also represent and embody, and we appreciate this educational opportunity for the younger generation to better understand the importance of accepting #differences and overcoming prejudice.

In celebration of the upcoming International Migrants Day, “My Invisible Life” will be screened for free online, and you may register for the event here: https://myinvisiblelifeimd.peatix.com/.

#migrantworkers #socialintegration #acceptingdifferences #westliteresilife #centurioncares #gatewayartssg #migrantworkersmatter #myinvisiblelifega
Centurion Corp
Centurion Corp2 months ago
10th October marked World Mental Health Day. To support and raise awareness on mental well-being among our staff at Centurion Corporation and our global offices in the Group, we invited Yasmine Neo to conduct a hybrid workshop on Managing Personal Resilience. Colleagues learned about the four key components of resilience, including being confident, #adaptable, finding purpose and having a healthy social support. Colleagues from our offices in Singapore also received a miniature cactus to look after on their desk. A symbol of grit and resilience, we hope our staff will find meaning in nurturing their new desk companion.
Centurion Corp
Centurion Corp3 months ago
We're happy to join hands with the Singapore Ministry of Manpower to build purposeful bonds with our migrant worker community. A key to this collaboration is planning and developing warm, safe and welcoming living environments for our residents to rest and rejuvenate. Jason Yeo, our General Manager for Corporate Development and Planning, gives us a glimpse behind this mission.

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What Our Partners Are Saying

“Their avid willingness to contribute to society and immense persistence despite hardships is admirable. The visit helped me see them beyond the label of ‘migrant workers’ — as individuals with intriguing backgrounds, as unsung heroes in the city.”

Natalie Fung
Year 3 National University of Singapore, Arts and Social Sciences exchange student and volunteer at St Luke’s Hospital

Workers from Westlite Toh Guan with students from Hwa Chong Institution and College of Alice & Peter Tan. They gave the walkways of St Luke’s Hospital a fresh coat of paint.

"Living in a foreign land, teacher Terri allows me to fill the warmth of a big family. She helped me no longer feel dull living in Singapore, found my past confidence, let us have a chance to walk up the stage to portray another aspect of me. I also wish to thank every teacher from Happy Happy English for teaching me English. Tonight I felt extremely happy as people from Bangladesh, India and us were able to perform [a skit] and sing together. It is like a harmonious and big family. This is the brightest and happiest moment during my stay in Singapore."

Yang Ming
Resident, Happy Happy English basic level class student

Westlite Accommodation partners with external trainers to conduct language and professional courses to enrich our residents

“Fiestas have always been close to my heart… This idea of getting a meal is comforting, it’s like [being] welcomed. Some of [the migrants workers] even called home to tell their wives and say, ‘See, I’m with this person!’ It’s sort of like, I’ve gone to this new land and I made a friend!”

David Goh
Co-founder, Project Chulia Street

Westlite Accommodation residents receive food from Project Chulia Street distributors and volunteers

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