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Stand a chance to win a farm stay in

New Zealand!

Rumour has it that travel may open up in the second half of 2021, and with news that Singapore is in talks with Australia and Taiwan with regards to a travel bubble, the excitement is almost tangible. Given that it has been more than a year since most of us were able to travel freely, it comes as no surprise that many are drooling at the thought of being able to be anywhere else. 

If the thought of packing your bags to catch a flight is making your heart pound, Monster Day Tours has a treat for you. Stand a chance to win a 5D4N farm-stay at Palmerston North in New Zealand, where you will get a chance to experience a tranquil life on a farm!

Escape the city life

Your farm stay begins after landing at the airport, where transport will be waiting to whisk you away to a lifestyle farm located in Palmerston North. For the unfamiliar, the city is located 2 hours north of Wellington, the capital of New Zealand. 

Each day of your stay promises a brand new adventure, with different programmes planned across the 5 days of your stay. Aside from lodging, all 3 meals will be covered throughout your stay. After orienting yourself on the farm, get up close and personal with the farm animals as you take part in a feeding session. You'll also get to learn more about these animals from your host as preparation for your stay on the farm. 


No farm stay is complete without experiencing what it is like to work on a farm, so make sure you are prepared to get your hands dirty! Help out your host as you learn how to milk a cow and shear a sheep, something we will never experience in Singapore!


Don't worry, you will also get the chance to explore New Zealand's gorgeous scenery throughout your trip. Explore some of the area's well0known landmarks and attractions such as the Palmerston North Esplanade Scenic Railway and Te Manawa Museum of Art, Science and History. 

How do I win a free trip?

All you need to do is to fill in the form below by 5th April 2359 hours. Winners will be notified via email. Good luck!

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