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Send us your noods in the #LSAInstantNoodleChallenge to win fabulous prizes

We want to see your noods.

If like us you’re trying to stay in more and go out less in order to practice social distancing, it’s likely you’ve tried out a handful of recipes to cook at home. Yet there’s no denying that there’s one home-cooked meal that easily trumps all others: instant noodles.

This May, we’re running a very special competition for you to win one of six fabulous prizes, as we want you to show us how you cook up your favourite instant noodles. Do you add extra chili? Spring onion? Hot dog slices? Truffles? An onsen egg?

Whatever your secret recipe, take part in our special challenge for your chance to be a lucky winner.

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The challenge

Post a photo or video of your instant noodle dish and/or recipe, tagging @lifestyleasiabk on Instagram with the hashtag #LSAInstantNoodleChallenge. Convince us that your recipe is the best!

The competition will run for ten days, and the six winners will be contacted directly on Friday 22 May.

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The prizes

There are six prizes up for grabs:

A one-night stay with breakfast at The Sukhothai Hotel (subject to the opening of the hotel)

A food and beverage voucher valued at THB 3000 at The Sukhothai Hotel (subject to the opening of the restaurants)

TWO vouchers for dinner for two persons at Praya Kitchen, Bangkok Marriott Hotel The Surawongse (valued at approx. THB 3740 per voucher)

TWO vouchers for a 3-course set lunch at The Allium Bangkok at The Athenee Hotel (valued at THB 3530, valid for 6 months)

To get you inspired, we’ll also be sharing the exclusive instant noodle recipes of some of our favourite celebrity friends throughout the week. Let’s get cooking, and let’s see some noods.

Lisa Gries
Creative Content Director, Bangkok
Lisa loves to travel, and is always on the lookout for the world’s best nap spots. She’s a serious Asian art history nerd, and has a knack for languages and coffee table books. She hopes to publish her own novels one day, one of which will likely be called ‘All The Great Conversations I Had In A Bangkok Speakeasy.’ It’s a work in progress.
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