Awarded to the writer member with the best portfolio of three stories published in 2019.
All entries must be in English and should be between 500 and 2000 words. They can have been published in magazines, newspapers, websites or personal blogs between January 1 and December 31, 2019
Note: Entries are anonymous. All by-lines and references to the writer are to be removed from the entry along with any references to the publisher, images, breakout boxes and fact boxes. Only the title and text is judged. Publication details are entered separately for verification.
An entry is a portfolio of three articles. It can be fewer than three, but will be judged against ‘full’ entries.
Entrants may make multiple entries. Entry fee is US$25 via .
EXTENDED DEADLINE: Entries now close March 9th.
Entries will be judged on flow, creativity and on the ability of the writer to engage the reader. Listicles are not suitable.
The Prize: 5 x nights at the newly refurbished Raffles Hotel in Singapore, one of the world’s most famous hotels! The prize includes dinner for two at Le Dame de Pic, lunch for two at BBR By Alain Ducasse, high tea in the Grand Lobby and dinner at Yi by Jereme Leung, also spa treatment at the new Raffles Spa and breakfasts daily. Valued at up to $15,000.
“The very best travel writers and influencers from around the world and help to inspire people to travel more and experience more of this beautiful planet”Gaynor Reid, Accor Asia Pacific
Gaynor Reid, Vice President Communications and CSR Accor Asia Pacific, said: “Accor is delighted to be involved in the inaugural international awards for the Global Travel Media Alliance because it will bring together the very best travel writers and influencers from around the world and help to inspire people to travel more and experience more of this beautiful planet.
“Accor is the most diverse hotel operator in the world with the broadest geographical footprint and we are always keen to help support great storytelling around the wonders of travel. With 5000 hotels and resorts globally including almost 1200 in Asia Pacific, we want to help people live, work and play better.”