AirAsia has announced the launch of its Asean Traveller Contest, which will see five winners exploring the wonders of Asean countries with the AirAsia Asean Pass as a Beach Specialist, Instagram Artist, Selfie Expert, Pro-Foodie or Extreme Daredevil.
The contest period is from now until 12th July 2015, and is open to everyone from within the AirAsia network including all ten Asean countries, Taiwan, Japan, Korea, India, Nepal, Saudi Arabia, Australia, China, Hong Kong and Sri Lanka to submit their most creative video resumes for their chosen category. Potential Asean Travellers can visit aseantraveller.airasia.com for full details on how to participate, as well as submit their video resumes via the microsite.
Siegtraund Teh, Group Chief Commercial Officer of AirAsia commented, “The AirAsia Asean Pass has received very encouraging response from the public since its launch in February and as a truly Asean airline we are very proud with the success of this product. The AirAsia Asean Traveller Contest is our continuous commitment towards Asean and is a great way to showcase how well-rounded the Asean Pass product actually is, whilst giving fans a chance to explore the region to its fullest based on itineraries set by AirAsia according to each position. There is so much more to discover in the Asean region, and we look forward to see how creativity is applied by all the participants to grab the five Asean Traveller spots available.”
Five ultimate Asean Travellers will be selected, representing each category at the end of the recruitment period and will be sent on a journey across Asean including flights accommodation from location of origin across Asean and countries within the AirAsia network for the winner! Each Asean Traveller will then have to complete a list of fun tasks and finish the trip itinerary which is selected for them according to their categories and highlight the wonders of Asean through their trip.
The AirAsia Asean Pass and the AirAsia Asean Pass+ allows guests to enjoy flights at a fixed-rate to over 148 routes across all 10 Asean countries. Acting like a single currency, it diminishes the hassle of different foreign exchange rates as flights are valued according to credits, allowing guests to be creative in planning their ideal trip through Asean for the AirAsia Asean Traveller Contest.