Skyscanner Competition! You Could Win the Trip of a Lifetime…


In an exciting partnership with our friends at Skyscanner, S.E.A Backpacker Magazine are offering YOU the chance to win a flight to South East Asia for the trip of a lifetime! The prize is worth a whopping £1500 GBP or $2,400 USD! 

But we’re not offering this incredible opportunity to just any old backpacker… We’re looking for those types of travellers who we know are going to make the most out of their adventure!

So why do you want to travel in South East Asia? Is it to experience the rich culture? To climb wild volcanoes and mingle with hill tribes? Or be honest, is it to party all night at amazing beach parties? It’s about time you told us…


Which Type of Traveller Are You?

1. The Flashpacker

2. The Party Animal / The Beer Guzzler

 3. The Soul Searcher / Spiritual Seeker

4. The Culture Vulture

5. The Adventurer / The Hard Corer

Not sure which one you are? Read more about the different ‘traveller types’ here…

How can I enter the competition?

  • In less than 50 words answer the question ‘Which Type of Traveller are You?’ based on one of the five stereotypes above.
  • Fill in your name, email address and 50 word answer on our Contact us page.
  • We’ll announce the winner on 1st March 2013!

The Deadline for entrants is now closed.

If you can’t wait to find out if you’ve won and want to start planning your trip right away, start checking out the cheapest flights through Skyscanner now! Or even start planning your first night in Thailand with these cheap Bangkok hostels.

Terms and Conditions:

  1. Entrants must be 18 years or older.
  2. The competition is open to everyone except Skyscanner or S.E.A Backpacker employees.
  3. One entry per person. No multiple entries.
  4. S.E.A Backpacker, Skyscanner and an independent judge will choose the winner. The winning entrants will be those deemed to be the most inspiring and imaginative. The judges’ decisions is final.
  5. The competition will close at 12pm on 22nd February 2013. Entries after the closing date will not be eligible to win.
  6. The chosen flight for each winner must be no more than £1500 GBP (or Euro/USD equivalent – based on current exchange rates).
  7. The Skyscanner Team will book and pay for your selected flights to the value of £1500. If your chosen flights are above this value, Skyscanner will provide £1500 towards the cost of the flight only after you have booked them independently and forward on the confirmed booking and receipt.
  8. Winners must be available to use their winning flights between 1st March 2013 and 30th September 2013.
  9. By accepting this prize, the winner accepts full and complete responsibility for their own safety and welfare at all times, including familiarizing themselves with visa and other travel requirements.
  10. Any extra activities and costs beyond the specified prize are the responsibility of the winner.
  11. The prizes are non-transferable. No cash alternative will be given.
  12. By entering this competition the entrants will have agreed to allow their comments and photos to be shared on the Skyscanner / S.E.A Backpacker website – only in relation to this competition.
  13. By entering this prize draw, entrants will be deemed to have accepted / agreed to be bound by the conditions.

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19 thoughts on “Skyscanner Competition! You Could Win the Trip of a Lifetime…

  1. kathryn cummings says:

    The Adventurer / The Hard Corer . I strive for excitment my mates calll me bear grylls. I long for a challenge. I have climbed snowdonia in wales and frequent the brecon beacons climbing to penyfan being the highest point and to the flattest point known as the table top living in wales.

  2. Mike Crome says:

    I’m all of the above; but Spiritual Soul Searcher is number one. Why? As an over-50s traveller, backpacking for me is the fountain of youth – my last journey through SE Asia saw me lose 15kg in body weight and a decade’s worth of age-related baggage. More please!

  3. Anup says:

    Adventurer, no doubt. I want to see as much of the earth with my eyes as possible, and it ain’t going to happen being any of those other stereotypes.

  4. stacey says:

    I think I must be a soul searcher because when I see how beautiful and awesome the big wide world is I become very at one with it.

  5. Greg says:

    The Soul Searcher / Spiritual Seeker – I have learnt that paradise like most things is all in the mind. Paradise is not a place, it’s a state of mind, as long as conditions are right – you are in paradise. I love to visit spiritual places and I bring paradise to them.

  6. Keith starr says:

    One soul searcher looking for life , been to Thailand quite a few time and the way of life is out standing .
    If only more could be like this

  7. Marianne Rachel Carandang says:

    Growing up in the Philippines I was curious about how people in the countries next to mine lived. When I was 24 I made my first trip abroad – most of my cousins have never left. I send pictures back through facebook/instagram – I want to send more… and share the experience!

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