Live and work anywhere in the country for a month!
The thing about going on vacation is that it can be hard to choose a destination that’s within your budget. But two travel industry titans are preparing to change that. AirAsia is teaming up with Airbnb to offer one traveler the chance of a lifetime.
People from all walks of life can join the Fly & Live Anywhere contest. One winner will get to go anywhere in the Philippines from September to October 2022. Not only will they get 12 round-trip domestic flights from AirAsia, but they will also get P200,000 worth of Airbnb travel credits. They can even bring three guests. During their month-long trip, they will live in some of the Philippines’ most unique Airbnb Stays.
“We are thrilled to partner with AirAsia to offer this amazing adventure. Travel connects people. We hope this contest ignites appetite to rediscover home,” shares Amanpreet Bajaj. Bajaj is Airbnb’s General Manager for India, Hong Kong, Southeast Asia, and Taiwan.
“The Philippine tourism industry is diverse. We are glad to partner with Airbnb to underscore this message,” Steve Dailisan says. Dailisan is AirAsia Philippines’ Head of Communications and Public Affairs.
How to join AirAsia and Airbnb’s contest
You may apply by visiting airbnb.com/flyandliveanywhere. There, you can complete the application form.
Participants must be over 18 and have an Airbnb account. They must also be free to travel within the Philippines. The winner will be contacted directly by Airbnb on August 29. For more information, see the Contest Rules.
Traveling more and venturing further
For the first time since the pandemic, travelers can now fly and live anywhere. Airbnb and AirAsia are making this possible in the Philippines.
Recent Airbnb data revealed some interesting things. First, more than a third of local guests polled stayed with Airbnb in the Philippines. Second, they are venturing further with Filipino Hosts in over 60 new cities and towns.
Searching for travel inspiration for your Fly & Live Anywhere application? Check out Airbnb’s first-ever Travel Guide to the Philippines.
Travelers are also encouraged to check the travel requirements of each destination. You can find them on AirAsia’s Fly Safe Page.
Featured Image Daniella Sison