Win a trip to Singapore with Holland America Line

Singapore Holland America Line comp

Cruising is a great way to enjoy the diversity of experiences in Southeast Asia, and Singapore is the ideal place for your clients to start or end their travels.

Singapore Tourism Board has teamed up with Holland America Line to offer eight lucky travel agents the chance to visit Singapore to experience the sights and foodie delights the city offers – as well as enjoying a 3- course Pinnacle Grill dinner on Holland America Line’s flagship ms Amsterdam as she overnights in the city on her Grand World Voyage.

Holland America Line

There are 8 places up for grabs on an amazing escorted VIP “trip of a lifetime” to Singapore in March 2017 for agents to win! All you have to do is answer three questions and complete a tiebreaker to enter. Make sure you enter by 4th January 2017.

Win win win…

Eight lucky travel agents will: HAL competition 1

  • Enjoy Return flights from London to Singapore. 
  • Enjoy 3-nights of accommodation in the city including sightseeing, meals and a tour of the new Marina Bay Cruise Centre Singapore Terminal, – one of the largest – and most uniquely designed cruise terminals in Asia.
  • Visit Holland America Line’s elegant mid-sized flagship ms Amsterdam at the port of Singapore.
  • Dates of the trip will be 8th-12th March 2017.

    Winners will be announced on Thursday 12 January 2017 in Travel Weekly magazine.

    Singapore’s Foodie Feasts

    Eating is Singapore’s favourite pastime. If you appreciate a good meal, there’s a cuisine for every taste and budget. Start with popular street food that reflects our many cultures. Proceed to local restaurants for an authentic taste of iconic dishes, and finally, graduate to Michelin-starred establishments for fi ne dining. There has never been a better time to experience the city’s culinary scene as it continues to both excite and innovate.

    Surrounded by the dynamic cultures of Southeast Asia, with all their regional culinary nuances, Singapore has drawn from these influences to form an array of eating experiences, from Chinese to Malaysian and Indian, each with its unique aroma and flavour.

    HAL comp 2The best way to gain insights into local gastronomic tastes is to visit the hawker centres. Lau Pa Sat Market, Maxwell Food Centre in Chinatown or Makansutra Glutton’s by the Bay are some of the nation’s most popular spots. Here you can try a myriad of mouth-watering local dishes such as Hainanese chicken rice, chilli crab, or the rich spicy noodle soup ‘laksa’.

    The launch of Singapore’s inaugural Michelin Guide in July this year has seen hawker stalls awarded stars alongside local and celebrity chefs.

    And no visit would be complete without a Singapore Sling, the cocktail forever associated with the Long Bar at Raffles Hotel. Or try more contemporary cocktails in the many vibrant roof-top bars such as 1-Altitude, LeVel.33 or Ce La Vi, offering spectacular views over the night time skyline and showing off Singapore’s cosmopolitan glamour.

    Culinary cruising from Singapore with Holland America Line

    Elegant mid-sized ships sail from Singapore on 13 to 15-night winter cruises that feature the highlights of Indonesia – including Java, Komodo Island and beautiful Bali. The fascinating Far East Discovery departs from Singapore to Ko Samui (Thailand), with an overnight stay in Laem Chabang (Bangkok), then heads for Cambodia and Vietnam with a day cruising the limestone stacks of Halong Bay.

    Some cruises already include an overnight on board in Singapore, however it’s easy to extend your clients’ stay in the city. Stay for three nights to truly experience what Singapore has to offer.

    Across a choice of elegant restaurants, cafes and eateries – from a casual bite pool-side, a complimentary iced tea on deck to a five course affair served with panache, guests enjoy the most delicious dining experiences.

    HAL comp 3

  • The elegant main Dining Room for breakfast, lunch and five-course dinners featuring “As You Wish®” dining with flexible times and seating
  • There’s the Intimate Pinnacle Grill featuring exceptional Pacific North West cuisine and classic Italian fare at Canaletto
  • At the Culinary Arts Centre, guests may learn about regional cuisine from expert chef demonstrations, or take a small group cookery workshop • A Culinary Council® of acclaimed chefs provide innovative signature recipes and menu design.


    Enter here!

  • Terms and Conditions

    The competition opens Thursday 8th December 2015, and closes at 23:59 on Wednesday 4th January 2017.

    Entrants must be residents of the United Kingdom, aged 21 or over and must be working full time within a retail travel agency both at the time of entering the competition and taking the prize. Employees of Travel Weekly and Holland America Line are ineligible to enter this promotion. The Promoter reserves the right to verify the eligibility of Eligible Participants. It is the responsibility of winners to have a full valid passport (with validity for 6 months or more beyond the date of travel) and travel insurance to be able to take the trip. It is the winners’ own responsibility to ensure that they have correct and valid documentation to travel

    The competition prize draw will take place in early January 2017, with the selected prize winners notified as quickly as possible. The winners will be chosen by a panel based on content of entries, and winners will be duly informed. 8 winners will enjoy an escorted trip to Singapore departing from London (Heathrow) on 8th March 2017 and arriving back into London on 13th March 2017

    Itinerary:

    8 Mar: Daytime flight to Singapore
    9 Mar: Arrive Singapore (early morning). Full day in Singapore plus dinner and tour on Holland America Line’s ms Amsterdam in Singapore
    10 Mar: Full day in Singapore
    11 Mar: Full day in Singapore
    12 Mar: Morning sightseeing, Afternoon fly to UK
    13 Mar: Arrive UK

    The escorted trip will include flights with Singapore Airlines, hotel accommodation and meals. Personal expenses will be the responsibility of the prize winner. The prize is non-transferable, non-refundable, non-negotiable for cash, and may not be resold.

    This promoter (and prize partners) have the right to change or withdraw the competition and/or prize elements at any time, and without prior notice. The promoter (and prize partners) also reserve the right to provide substitute prizes (of similar value) should the specified prize become unavailable for reasons beyond their control.

    The promoter and prize partners do not take any responsibility for any liabilities, nor do they take any responsibility for any disappointment, injury or loss incurred by the prize winner from accepting the prize or participating in the promotion.

    By entering this competition, you agree to and accept the above terms and conditions. The individual prize partner is only responsible for providing and booking their elements of the prize. Further terms and conditions apply, and may be requested from the prize promoter in writing. This promotion is governed by English law and is subject to the jurisdiction of the English Courts.

    Comments

    This is a community-moderated forum.
    All post are the individual views of the respective commenter and are not the expressed views of Travel Weekly.
    By posting your comments you agree to accept our Terms & Conditions.

    More in competitions