For Sharks’ Sake, Take a Vacation! (Warning: Graphic Content in First 30 Seconds)





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Published on Oct 7, 2014

It's great when doing good and feeling good coincide so nicely. City girl Kathy Xu dreamt up a paradise trip to save sharks, help fishermen and promote conservation in Lombok, Indonesia.

Her boat trip off Tanjung Luar, Lombok's best-kept secret, should top your “off the beaten trail” travel list.

This is conservation we can get used to: come for the beaches, stay for the good.

All you have to do to join in is take a holiday.

Kathy is the founder of The Dorsal Effect, a winner in the Singapore International Foundation's Young Social Entrepreneurs programme in 2013.
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Director: Francis Tan
Assistant directors: Denis Li and Farhan Adenan
Title designer: Fizah Rahim
Executive Producer: Joshua Lye

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