Discover if travel is in your blood and you have a chance to win 100,000 KrisFlyer miles.
Do you have wandermust?
Scoot has teamed up with genetics, human biology and neuroscience expert Dr Richard Ebstein to find out if “travel is embedded in our blood”; i.e. does the travel bug really exist?
The airline says it is an industry-first experiment to prove that travel is an innate human need, not just a luxury.
It’s something Scoot refers to as “wandermust”.
“To uncover the truth about wandermust, Scoot is looking for ardent travellers who are willing to volunteer to be part of this scientific experiment,” the airline says.
“Aside from discovering whether travel is in their blood, participants also stand a chance to win 100,000 KrisFlyer miles.”
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- For more information visit flyscoot.com/wandermust
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