Win a holiday in Myanmar

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hot air ballooning over Myanmar

A free holiday in Myanmar, Burma in old currency, has to be appealing since, for most of us, it’s an unknown quantity. There is a competition with six winners around for people to enter but there is slight problem.

You have to get to Bangkok under your own steam where winners will have free flights into Myanmar. But how often will you have the opportunity of a free holiday in Myanmar? And before it gets overwhelmed with tourists? And there a lots of airlines linking London and Bangkok so fares aren’t astronomic.

Here’s your chance then.

Six lucky travelers will be heading to some of Myanmar’s most exciting emerging destinations thanks to a prize draw announced today by hotel booking engine Agoda, regional airline Bangkok Airways, and MyanmarBurma.com, a Myanmar travel advice and booking site.
Prizes include two night stays in three of Myanmar’s finest hotels: the Chatrium Hotel Royal Lake in Yangon, the Yadanarbon Hotel in Mandalay and the Royal Naypyitaw, in Myanmar’s capital city Naypyitaw.

The prizes also include free flights from Bangkok, the main air hub to Myanmar, with Bangkok Airways, the region’s leading boutique airline.
The contest can be entered online by clicking here or at http://www.myanmarburma.com/contest starting on 25 November 2013. Entries are limited to one per valid email address. The contest is open to all travelers with a valid passport for travel to Myanmar. Winners will be announced on 22 December 2013. Prizes will be valid for 6 months following the announcement of prize winners. Full details on the contest and all restrictions are available on the website.

The contest has been announced to celebrate the new partnership between Agoda, Bangkok Airways and MyanmarBurma.com, as well as mark the opening of Bangkok Airways new route from Bangkok to Mandalay.

And when you win don’t forget to drop us a line and tell other CD-Traveller readers what you think of the country.

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