Changi Airport Group has launched the “Shall We Just Go?” initiative, featuring a Grand Draw to promote travel.
Over 40,000 people entered the 12-week campaign, vying to win a surprise trip to one of six mystery destinations. Twelve winners snagged a pair of return air tickets and S$500 Trip.com accommodation vouchers for just S$1, with the condition that they would travel within 30 days.
Due to the great response, CAG extended the initiative and introduced a new Grand Draw. Two lucky winners will be chosen, one of whom must be a Trust Bank Singapore customer. Each winner will receive a pair of return economy class air tickets and S$500 Trip.com accommodation vouchers.
The Grand Draw is open to all Singapore residents, including previous campaign participants.
Changi Airport Grand Draw Winners Embrace Spontaneous Discovery
Winners of the campaign not only discovered new destinations and experiences, but traveling spontaneously without a set plan allowed them to experience the joy of exploration and spontaneous discovery.
One of the winners, Jack Yau, who won the draw to Surabaya and went on the holiday with his wife, had a change of mindset after the trip and thoroughly embraced the spirit of spontaneity.
“I think the highlight of our trip is more the outcome of spending less time on planning. In the past, we used to plan to great detail. Although that gave us some peace of mind, those trips often turned out to be executed according to plan, as if we were performing our daily routine in another country.
“This time, we tried to plan ‘less’ and see how it goes. Yes, there were hiccups and uncertainties but they were manageable. When we were lost, the local people were very friendly and helpful. We also spontaneously walked around and went to places that are not so touristy and got to know more about the local culture and way of living. This trip brought us new perspectives to the purpose of traveling and how over-planning is actually not necessary.”
Leia Ho, who had won the draw for Cebu, Philippines, brought along her husband and two children and made it a memorable family holiday.
“It was our first time in the Philippines, and we enjoyed ourselves tremendously! I would say that spontaneous travel cuts out the tedious planning and sometimes the overthinking. People should just give it a try and see what happens. Chances are you’ll be pleasantly surprised at what the world can offer you!”, said Leia. Leia loved the glorious island weather the most, as well as the abundance of food choices.
You Can Still Enter the “Shall We Just Go?” Campaign Grand Draw
Participants who have not yet registered for the campaign can now enter the Grand Draw on the “Shall We Just Go?” website until January 16, 2024. You have another chance to win a free holiday! To enter, visit https://changi.me/justgo.
All previous campaign participants are automatically entered into the Grand Draw. However, they can also gain an extra chance at winning by enrolling for the Grand Draw.
The winners of the Grand Draw will be announced on January 17, 2024. For more information about the Grand Draw and travel ideas for the six destinations, visit the campaign website.
The “Shall We Just Go?” campaign is in partnership with Trip.com, Trust Bank, Cambodia Airways, Cebu Pacific, Firefly, Garuda, and Scoot.
About Changi Airport Group
Changi Airport Group (Singapore) Pte Ltd (CAG) was established in 2009 to oversee Singapore Changi Airport’s operations. CAG manages the airport, handles its development and commercial activities, and takes care of emergency services. They also oversee the construction of a new Terminal 5. Additionally, CAG operates Seletar Airport and invests in airports globally through its subsidiary Changi Airports International.
Changi Airport connects Singapore to 150 cities worldwide, with nearly 100 airlines offering over 6,400 weekly flights. In 2019, Jewel Changi Airport, a diverse lifestyle destination, opened, adding more than 600 food and retail outlets. Changi Airport is the world’s most awarded airport, receiving over 670 accolades for its exceptional service, passenger experience, and safety standards.