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The Air Asia Dream Destination Contest is about you and your travel pick - Bangkok or Kuala Lumpur - which one is it going to be?
The AirAsia Dream Destination Contest is about you and your travel pick – Bangkok or Kuala Lumpur – which one is it going to be?
This is a blog contest which is going to appeal to all of you readers who travel – whether that means globe-trotting, discovering your city – or – even being an armchair traveller!
So all you travellers of any stripe out there, get writing quickly for this one, because not only are there solid prizes to be won, in addition, there are early bird prizes for the first 20 valid entries that come in before the midnight of 18th November 2013 (Monday!)
This contest, from AirAsia and Ripple Links, is all about the Dream Asian Destination.
AirAsia has great fares for travelers visiting Kuala Lumpur and Bangkok! Both are Dream Destinations with sumptuous and delectable food, gorgeous temples, unbelievable shopping, relaxing spas and much much more!
What you need to do NOW, is write a post about: Which of these two destinations would you prefer and why? What sights and sounds would you love to visit at either destination?
The contest results have been announced! Go over to find out if you are one of the lucky winners 🙂
1. Write a post on the theme. Pick either Bangkok or Kuala Lumpur, and talk about which one you’d love to visit/why and what you’d like to do once you’re there!
2. Your post must include the line ‘World’s Best Online Travel Fair’ with a link to http://bit.ly/AirAsiaTravelFair
3. Submit your post here.
p.s. Do leave your post link here in the comments section at Women’s Web, so that we’ll double check that your entry is included for prizes judging!
This contest runs for a pretty short time, so do make sure you get your entry in early. The contest is open now and will run until 24th November only.
A detailed overview of rules for entry to the contest are up here, do review before posting.
1st prize: A Nikon D3100 SLR
2nd prize: A Nokia Lumia 720
6 gift vouchers worth Rs.5000 each and
For the first 20 early birds, if your entry is up and valid by midnight 18th November, you’ll get a gift voucher worth Rs.1000.
We’re looking forward to a bunch of Women’s Web readers winning these prizes, so get started now!
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