Wendy Wu Tours offers prizes on Asia tours!


Wendy Wu Tours, an expert in operating tours in Asia, has announced prizes for Aussie travellers. The participants can win a trip for two to Asia in addition to additional rewards valued at more than $10,000 with their other tours.

The travel operator that is famous for operating tailor-made and private tours in various Asian countries has made that announcement to celebrate the launch of its Early Bird Specials 2018. One lucky winner will get the chance to take his or her partner or a friend to some of the most famous Asian destinations including the Taj Mahal, Irrawaddy in Myanmar, Temples of Angkor Wat, and the Everest Base camp.

The first prize also includes sightseeing, all meals, transfers, accommodations, entrance fees, and return flights from any of the capital cities in Australia. Moreover, Australian citizens will get free visas too.

If you are a fan of Antler Zeolite, the second prize will give 3-piece luggage set from that brand while the third prize winner will get a 2-piece set.

To rule for participating in the competition is simple. You just have to share your greatest sunrise and sunset photos in Asian destinations with on your Facebook page. Plus, don’t forget to add a caption up to 75 words and the tag #WinningWithWu.


Photo Credit: Wendy Wu Tours

The travel company will select the winners based on the creativity of the caption and the aesthetic of the pictures. It is open until September 22, 2017. Visit Wendy Wu Tours for more information about the competition.

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