Shangri-La launches global #MyShangriLa photography contest

The competition will run until January 10, 2020, and participants can enter via Instagram, Weibo, or the brand's website

Guests are encouraged to enter the #MyShangriLa competition [Image: Shangri-La website].
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Guests are encouraged to enter the #MyShangriLa competition [Image: Shangri-La website].

Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts has launched the six month-long #MyShangriLa Photography Contest, where guests are encouraged to capture and share their Shangri-La moments.

The content, which opened mid-July 2019, will run until January 10, 2020. Participants are invited to share images of what their Shangri-La looks like on Instagram using the hashtag #MyShangriLa and tagging @shangrilahotels, and on Weibo with hashtag #我的香格里拉#, @香格里拉酒店集团, or upload them on www.shangri-la.com/myshangrila.

Photos must be taken at one of Shangri-La’s hotels, resorts or destinations where the brand's properties are situated.

Shangri-La will be giving away prizes including 10,000 Golden Circle Award Points each month to celebrate the most heartwarming moments. As the grand prize, one winner who shares the most inspiring #MyShangriLa moment will be awarded a two-night getaway inclusive of flights to one of 10 Shangri-La destinations of their choice, including destinations such as Kota Kinabalu, Muscat and Istanbul.

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