Win BKK Trip With Flight Centre Bag a Trip for Two to Bangkok


The travel gurus at Flight Centre are offering a free holiday for two to Bangkok. To enter the competition you simply need to submit a classic travel photo of the Thai capital - the more colourful the better. We know what you're thinking - nobody wants to see what you shot in Bangkok. You and the boys made a pact about it, but the core judging criterion is "overall uniqueness" so those photos deserve another outing. We can't wait for the results.

The contest, "This is why I love Bangkok", is already open and you can submit snaps until November 12. Then you and your buddies - including those Gap Year girls who 'Friended' you on Facebook after your latest stag trip to BKK - can vote on their favourites. People love to see great travel photos, from tuk tuks to tuck backs, so don't be shy. In fact, you can enter as many images as you like.

Polling ends November 30 with the winner announced on December 2, while the prize consists of flights from Hong Kong and a three-night stay in the Sofitel Bangkok Sukhumvit. If you fancy a little getaway with your missus, or an adventure with your best mate (that's why we love Bangkok) get digging on that hard drive. You know there's great wedding speech material stashed on there as well.

Bang on.

Partner Pulsit


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