Tell Us Your Favorite Family-Friendly Destinations & Win Prizes!

By That's, June 6, 2019

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Calling all parents! We want to hear all about your favorite places to spend time with the whole family. That's why we're excited to launch the first-ever nationwide contest for China's top family-friendly destinations.

Tell Us Your Favorite Family-Friendly Destinations & Win Prizes!
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Spending quality time with your children is important, which is why we encourage you to share your top spots for kid-friendly activities. Our readers will then vote on the top submissions. Participants who earn the most votes will have the chance to win awesome prizes!

How to Participate

1. Follow 优智家UrbanFamily on WeChat and message us your favorite family-friendly venue (including address, photo and reasons for recommendation). Please also send your name, contact information and current city of residence. 

2. Participants who are the first to nominate a particular venue will be entered into the general competition. After the venue has been verified by our staff, the venue information - along with the primary nominator - will be displayed on the public voting platform. 

3. Any venue located within the Chinese mainland is eligible to be included on the ballot.

4. Nomination period: June 10-23, 2019

5. Voting period: June 24-July 7, 2019

6. Users who submit the 10 most popular family-friendly venues as selected by voters will receive a prize.

7. The results will be announced in early July 2019.

8. Urban Family reserves the right to final judgment. 

Submit Your Picks Now!

Follow 优智家UrbanFamily (ID: UR_Family) to send your recommendations:

Urban Family Chinese

You have until June 23 to submit your picks. Nominees will be announced on June 24.

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