How do you win a free trip to the Philippines?

Its More Fun Articles22 October 2013
Travel Philippines Funbassadors Contest Palawan
Win a chance to enjoy a holiday in the Philippines, all expenses paid. See the article for details.

If you want a chance to win an all-expenses seven-day paid holiday for two to the Philippines—from the bustling capital in Manila to the breathtaking beaches and lagoons of Palawan—then follow these few steps!

Step 1: Make a fun two-minute video or creative photo (with caption) on why you should be your country’s Funbassador and win the free trip to the Philippines.

Also read: Find inspiration from these two Funbassador videos from contestants Hendra and Anang Setiawan.

Step 2: Upload your video or photo in your Flickr account and share it with us in our Funbassador Flickr group.

Don’t have a Flickr account? Then just email us the photo or video link at

Or you can even just post your entry in your social media account with the hashtag #funbassadors and tag Yahoo India on Facebook or Twitter.

Yahoo Funbassadors will be selected based on: creativity of video or photo submission (40%), personality (40%) and ‘x factor’ (20%). The shortlisted Funbassadors will get their own profile pages within the Funbassador site, which they can use to campaign for votes.

See further details in the contest mechanics and Terms & Conditions.

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