Hong Kong International Airport is giving passengers a chance to win free round-trip tickets from Hong Kong to 15 international destinations. All they need to do is post creative pictures at specific locations in the terminal with a hashtag, which will get them entry to a lucky draw. Airport authorities will award 15 tickets to lucky-draw entrants every day until February 29.

How do I get the tickets?

To be eligible for the lucky draw, participants need to have a valid on-day boarding pass. They must then take pictures at certain locations in the airport, which include the Waterfall Gardens at Arrivals Hall A and B, the Sky Bridge near Boarding Gate 28, and any of the 19 art installations near the boarding gates.

Passengers who post four pictures on their social media and use #HKIAPhotoQuest will get a HK$50 airport e-coupon and one entry to the airport’s lucky draw. Those who post eight pictures with the same hashtag will get two entries to the lucky draw, along with two HK$50 e-coupons. 

waterfall gardens and art installations at hong kong international airport
Passengers can take pictures of attractions at the airport, such as the Waterfall Gardens in the arrivals hall and the art pieces near the boarding gates

Once passengers upload their pictures, they can head to the prize redemption counters near Boarding Gates 12 and 36 to show their boarding pass and social media posts of their airport shots. They will then get their e-coupons and entry to the lucky draw. Participants can take no more than two pictures with the art pieces near the boarding gates.

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Which destinations can I win tickets to?

Participants in the lucky draw will get the chance to win tickets to the following 15 destinations in Cathay Pacific’s network: Beijing, Shanghai (Pudong), Chengdu, Hangzhou, Taipei (Taoyuan), Tokyo (Narita), Osaka, Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi), Singapore, Seoul, London (Heathrow), New York (JFK), Sydney, Vancouver, and Milan.

map of the photo spots for the hong kong international airport lucky draw

For more information, visit the Hong Kong International Airport campaign website.

Image credits: Hong Kong International Airport

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From the Middle East to the Far East and a couple of places in between, Anjali has lived in no fewer than seven cities in Asia, and has travelled extensively in the region. She worked as a lifestyle journalist in India before coming to Hong Kong, where her favourite thing to do is island-hopping with her daughter. You can check out her musings on motherhood, courtesy her Instagram profile.

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