Win a holiday to Phuket worth £5,000
We're offering a five-night holiday to Phuket in Thailand. Phuket is known for its stunning scenery, heavenly beaches and superstar hotels - and the winner and their guest will be staying at one of the best on the island: COMO Point Yamu, set on the tip of a peninsula overlooking Phang Nga Bay and the twinkling Andaman Sea. They will be staying in a Verandah Pool Suite, half board with its own private pool and day beds for lounging.
The prize includes return flights from London to Phuket International, and hotel transfers, all arranged by Scott Dunn; plus two Mulberry passport holders to celebrate COMO's 25th anniversary this year.
To enter, click here to see a photograph of a mystery destination. Read the clue and see if you can identify the location in the photograph.
Please see comment#1 for the clues and my answer, Good luck!
Thank you for entering this competition, and good luck!
The nights must be taken in full. The prize is based on two people travelling and can't be exchanged for cash. The prize is none referable and subject to change. The prize is to be taken before October 2017. The prize is subject to availability. Entrants must be at least 18 years of age and proof of age will be required before the prize is dispatched. All qualifying entrants who answer the question correctly will be placed in a free prize draw. Winners will be notified within 28 days of the draw taking place. If the winner cannot be contacted within 30 days of the draw taking place, an alternative winner may be chosen. All decisions by the Editor are final. There is no cash alternative to the prize. The prize is non-exchangeable. The competition is not open to anyone associated with The Condé Nast Publications Ltd or any associated companies. The judges' decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. A list of winners' names is available on written request from The Condé Nast Publications Lt, Vogue House, Hanover Square, London W1S 1JU. No responsibility can be accepted for entries which are not properly received due to communications beyond our control.