Fly and Live Anywhere for 30 Days in the Philippines with Airbnb and AirAsia

One special winner and three guests will rediscover their home by living in the most unique Airbnb stays and traveling with AirAsia to their favorite destinations.

Team Out of Town Blog Hub ( – Have you ever dreamed of a long, quiet getaway to live and work from anywhere or just enjoy the vacation of a lifetime? Airbnb and AirAsia Philippines join forces for the first time provide a Filipino (and up to 3 companions) the ultimate dream adventure in Fly and Live Anywhere in the Philippines for 30 consecutive days.

From remote workers to creatives, families, empty-nesters, vacationers, and more. Airbnb and AirAsia are looking for a special winner who will fly and live anywhere in the Philippines for one month between September and October 2022.

The winner will take home an incredible Php200,000 worth of Airbnb travel credits and 12 round-trip domestic flights with AirAsia and can bring up to three companions on the trip.

Fly and Live Anywhere for 30 Days in the Philippines with Airbnb and AirAsia

During their month-long adventure, the winner and their guests will be able to live in some of the most unique Airbnb stays in the country and travel with AirAsia to their favorite destinations. Get ready to experience home in a whole new light as you explore new towns and hidden gems with your loved ones like never before.

“As more Filipinos enjoy greater flexibility to work from anywhere, the blurring lines between travel and life have led many to embrace remote working and longer getaways. spontaneously with their loved ones. As travel resumes, we are thrilled to partner with AirAsia to deliver this incredible once-in-a-lifetime adventure. We know that travel connects people and provides important economic opportunities for local communities, and we hope this contest will spark more excitement and appetite to rediscover home,” shares Amanpreet Bajaj, General Manager of Airbnb for Southeast Asia, India, Hong Kong and Taiwan.

Steve Dailisan, Head of Communications and Public Affairs, AirAsia Philippines, notes: “The tourism industry in the Philippines boasts of diversity and richness across many facets – culture and heritage, scenic spots, exclusive adventures and culinary delights. These drivers are positioning the Philippines as a viable destination for travelers living a nomadic lifestyle away from the usual metros. Digital nomads, barkadas, or families who have the freedom to travel while keeping their grind should know that the Philippines is ready for them. We are pleased to partner with Airbnb to highlight this message. »

How to apply for your dream adventure

Starting today, August 11 through August 21, 11:59 p.m. PHT, eligible candidates can apply by visiting and complete the application form.

Participants must be over 18, have an Airbnb account, and be available to travel to the Philippines from September to October. The successful entrant will be contacted directly by Airbnb on August 29. For more information, see the contest rules.

Travel more and venture further

For the first time since the pandemic, travelers can now fly and live anywhere, and Airbnb and AirAsia are making it possible in the Philippines.

Recent Airbnb data revealed that more than a third of local Airbnb guests surveyed had stayed with Airbnb in the Philippines to travel and work remotely.1and that travelers are now venturing further afield with Filipino hosts in more than 60 new cities and towns across the Philippines, welcoming their first-ever guests since the pandemic began.2.

Looking for travel inspiration for your Fly & Live Anywhere app? Discover Airbnb’s first-ever travel guide to the Philippines. Travelers are also encouraged to check each destination’s travel requirements, which can be found on AirAsia’s Fly Safe page.

To note

1 Based on a survey of 250 Airbnb guests who booked accommodation in the Philippines between June 1, 2021 and December 31, 2021, and who were interviewed between February 17, 2022 and March 31, 2022..

2 According to Airbnb internal data between March 2020 and March 2022.

By DTI Fair Trade Permit No. FTEB-148895 Series of 2022.

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