Travel for love: How to find your best match based on zodiac sign

Travel for love: How to find your best match based on zodiac sign

SINGAPORE - Jetstar has teamed up with Feng Shui Master David Tong to advise single travellers on the best holiday destinations to find love based on their Chinese zodiac signs.

Other than holiday destinations, travellers can also have the chance to sit next to a potential love interest by choosing seats best suited for their zodiac sign.

Master Tong has conducted a thorough analysis of Jetstar's A320 aircraft and devised a strategy to help singles increase their chances of finding love.

To prep them before their trips, singles can also learn more about their own signs and who are compatible with them. Master Tong has also listed tips for travellers to woo potential love interests.

If a male traveller is keen to known a woman under the Goat sign for example, he should suggest an outdoorsy activity as they are known to be social and adventurous.

Ms Chantal van Wijnbergen, Jetstar's Regional Manager Marketing & PR (South East Asia) said: "The Lunar New Year brings families together and we know that many single Singaporeans at these family gatherings feel the pressure of having to answer if they have found a right partner yet."

The campaign, along with a contest, is to help nudge singles in their search for love while on vacation, Ms van Wijnbergen added.

To find out their compatibility with other zodiac signs, travellers can head to Jetstar's website and fill in a mini quiz.

Their answers will generate a result which will list down auspicious destinations for their sign, as well as which seats they should choose during their flight journey.

A male and female participant can also stand a chance to spend Valentine's Day at a surprise location on a blind date.

The two winners will be chosen based on their zodiac compatibility, said Jetstar, and the description of their dream date.

Only participants who are single and available from Feb 13 to 15 are eligible for the blind date.

According to the budget carrier, over 9,000 submissions have been received within seven hours of launching the contest.

More than 61 per cent of the participants are aged between 18 and 34 years old, and 5 per cent who entered are over 65 years of age.

"Adventurous", "creative" and "generous" are the three top traits as cited by participants in their submissions, said Jetstar. 

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