Win the ultimate tropical honeymoon

Travel | Ivy Ong-Wood 31 Jul 2020

The virus causing you to postpone or even cancel your honeymoon this year? Here's a chance to recover that loving feeling. Bawah Reserve in the remote Anambas Islands in Indonesia offering one lucky couple the chance to win a honeymoon of a lifetime.

Banking on its reputation as one of the most exclusive and romantic resorts in the world, Bawah Reserve is now offering three new honeymoon packages.

To mark the launch, it is holding a contest with a US$10,000 (HK$78,000) honeymoon as the prize.

The winning couple will enjoy a three night stay in an overwater bungalow, return transfers from Singapore via private seaplane and the choice of one of three True Love Escape honeymoon packages: Earth, Explorer and Bliss.

Earth is ideal for nature lovers, who will appreciate a forest hike to a private beach picnic, garden to plate cooking class, private batik painting class and a conservation scuba dive with a marine biologist.

Active couples can plump for the Explorer option, which is packed full of exciting island activities such as snorkelling, sunrise hikes, sea kayaking, a castaway picnic experience and a true love treasure hunt.

And finally, Bliss is designed for couples looking for the ultimate tropical island respite. Apart from a morning hike, there are also a coffee-making class, spa, boat ride to a secluded pavilion for a couple's massage, dinner on a private island and a romantic al fresco movie night.

To enter, couples are simply asked to share their story on what they had organized for their honeymoon and how Covid-19 has affected their plans. Submissions should be no longer than 700 words, including where couples were going and what honeymoon they were hoping for.

The prize is available for couples who got married anytime from January 2019 to present and entries should include a photograph. Submissions until August 21.

Website: info.bawahreserve.com/bawah-reserve-honeymoon-competition

ivy.ong@singtaonewscorp.com



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