First Choice, a booking site for all-inclusive holidays, is currently running a promotion to win a trip to Thailand. Big fans of the land of smiles, we’re happy to share details on how you can win a great holiday.

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To enter the FirstChoice.co.uk travel contest, simply visit www.happinessincluded.co.uk and answer whether you’d prefer a “short haul hop to the sun” or to “travel the world long haul.” You’ll have to watch a handful of colorful graphics pop up, but it’s fun and it certainly made me wish for yet another beach holiday. Personally we’re quite content with a short haul trip (we know Tel Aviv is smokin’ hot this time of year), but a big trip over to Thailand sounds like the perfect winter getaway. Imagine: beautiful beaches, a resort hotel, amazing Thai food and luxury pampering. Plus you could always consider a stopover in Bangkok to enjoy that unstoppable beating heart of Thailand’s gay nightlife: DJ Station.

This contest is fun—and only takes 3 minutes to enter. Plus the graphics are adorable. The grand prize? A seven night holiday for two adults, two children at the 4-star Best Western Premier Bangtao Beach Resort and Spa. Located on Phuket island (on the Andaman coast—that’s the prettier one for those of you wondering), the resort offers all your typical amenities: massages, spas, first-class restaurants, spacious rooms and even a swim-up pool bar. Note that this contest is only open to UK residents. We know how those Brits love their sun…and their bars—even if they come in a swimming pool!

Enter by June 30. And don’t forget the sunscreen.

www.happinessincluded.co.uk

Adam is a gay travel blogger and writes the popular blog, Travels of Adam, in addition to being the editor and publisher of My Gay Travel Guide. He likes beaches, sleeping in unmade beds, reading newspapers and city trips. His work has been published in Vanity Fair, Huffington Post, the DETAILS network and numerous travel websites. Follow him on Google+ and Pinterest for more travel inspiration.

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