The Amazing Race Asia 2

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The Amazing Race Asia
(season 2)
The Amazing Race Asia logo
Season run 22 November 2007
– 14 February 2008
Filming dates July 2007[1]
No. of episodes 13
Winning team Adrian Yap & Collin Low
Continents visited 4
Countries visited 10
Cities visited 28
Distance traveled 51,534 kilometres (32,022 mi)
No. of legs 12
Season Chronology
Season 1 ◄ Chronology ► Season 3

The Amazing Race Asia is a reality television game show based on the American series, The Amazing Race. The second season of the show features ten teams of two with a pre-existing relationship, in a race around the world to win US$100,000.

This season premiered on 22 November 2007 at 9PM (UTC+8) and ended on 14 February 2008 at 9PM (UTC+8).

Singaporean gym buddies Adrian Yap & Collin Low were the winners of this race.

Production[edit]

Development and filming[edit]

The race's Starting Line was at the Asian Civilisations Museum in Singapore.

The second season of The Amazing Race Asia covered 50,000 kilometres (31,000 mi) in 24 days.[2] This season had teams racing across 4 continents.[3] The show adopted newer rules in the US version, such as the non-elimination penalty where the team who checked in last must make it to first place in the next leg or else incur the 30 minute penalty. Production made the Race more competitive by imposing more self-driving and reducing the chance of teams being bunched up on the same airplane flight.[4]

This season had two different penalties for coming in last on a non-elimination leg. While Edwin & Monica were marked for elimination for coming in last on the first leg, Henry & Terri were stripped of all their money and will begin the next leg with no money after coming in last on the sixth leg. Racers were not told that the original non-elimination penalty was still applicable. This twist led to an argument between Henry and host Allan Wu at the Seoul finish mat, when the former was unwilling to give up his team's money.[5] In the following leg, the penalty reverted to the 'marked for elimination' penalty after Terri & Henry finished last consecutively.

Cast[edit]

This season featured 10 teams chosen from 2500 applicants, including racers from the original US series.[3] Final applications were accepted 13 April 2007 (two weeks after the original deadline). This season was also open to the Japanese, who were ineligible for Season 1. Final interviews were held sometime in April or May 2007. Filming took place sometime in June or July 2007.[6][7]

This season's cast included reunited siblings, childhood friends, and dating couples.[3] Notably, Adrian is the first hearing-impaired contestant in The Amazing Race' franchise.[8] It also featured a large number of local media personalities or their relatives. Monica represented Toronto, Canada and won the 1997 Miss Chinese International Pageant,[9] while Paula is a Channel [V] VJ.[4] Vanessa and Pamela are the sisters of famous Malaysian singer Vince Chong.[10] Kinaryosih is a famous Indonesian movie actress and model, who has also won a Citra Award for Best Supporting Actress in 2006.[11] Sophie is a filmmaker for the Discovery Channel,[12] as well as a correspondent for the Asian Film Festival.[13] Marc is a model and host of the Philippine sports show Sports Unlimited, while Rovilson is a host for another similar show, Gameplan and an editor for Maxim Philippines.[14]

This season features only three non-Asians. One is Henry, a former US Navy Petty Officer, who races with his Filipina wife Trinidad (better known as Terri).[15] The other is Aurelia, a Frenchwoman residing in Hong Kong who races with her Singaporean ex-housemate Sophie.[1][16] Brett is half-Indonesian and half-Australian.

Henry Reed died on May 21, 2013 after a long sleep, at the age of 53.[17]

Marketing[edit]

The second season of the show had six official sponsors: Aviva, Caltex, Nokia Nseries, Sony Electronics Asia Pacific, Bintan Lagoon Resort and Standard Chartered Bank.[18] The sponsors played a major role in the series by providing prizes and integrating their products into various tasks. Two special episodes acted as bookends for this season; the first subtitled Racers Revealed was shown three weeks before the season premiere while the second, Memories aired one week after the season finale. The former contained racer introductions and production insight into the casting process.[19] The latter featured the racers sharing their favorite memories and highlights of the Race, similar to that of Season 1.

Results[edit]

The following teams participated in the Race, with their relationships at the time of filming.[20] Placements are listed in finishing order:

Team Relationship Position (by leg) Roadblocks performed
1 2 3 4 54 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
Singapore Adrian & Collin Gym Buddies 7th 5th 2nd 2nd 3rd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd+ 1st7 1stƒ 2nd 1st Adrian 5, Collin 6
Malaysia Pamela & Vanessa Sisters 1st 4th 7th 6th 7th 4th 3rd 5th 4th^ 3rd7 3rd 3rd 2nd Pamela 6, Vanessa 6
Philippines Marc & Rovilson Best Friends 2nd 1st 1st 1st 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st+ 2nd 2nd> 1st 3rd Marc 6, Rovilson 6
Malaysia Diane & Ann Dancing Mums 3rd 3rd 3rd 4th 1st 6th 4th6 3rd 3rd^ 4th 4th< 4th Diane 5, Ann 6
Thailand Natasha & Paula Childhood Friends 6th 2nd 4th 3rd 4th 5th 5th6 4th 5th~ 5th 5th1 Natasha 5, Paula 5
Philippines Terri & Henry Married 13 Years 9th 9th 5th 7th 6th 3rd>5 6th 6th 6th~1 Terri 3, Henry 5
Japan Daichi & Sawaka Brother & Sister 8th 8th 6th 5th 5th 7th Daichi 3, Sawaka 2
Hong Kong Sophie & Aurelia Ex-Housemates 5th 7th 8th 8th3 Sophie 1, Aurelia 13
Indonesia Kinaryosih & Brett Dating 2 Years 4th 6th 9th2 Kinaryosih 1, Brett 1
Hong Kong Edwin & Monica Dating 10 Years 10th 10th1 Edwin 1, Monica 0
  • A red team placement indicates that the team was eliminated.
  • A blue team placement indicates that the team was the last to arrive at a Pit Stop in a non-elimination leg of the race:
    • An underlined blue placement indicates that the team was "Marked for Elimination"; if the team did not place 1st in the next leg, they would receive a 30 minute penalty.
    • An italicised blue placement indicates that the team had to relinquish all of their money and were not alloted money for the next leg.
  • A green ƒ indicates that the team won a Fast Forward clue.
  • Matching coloured symbols (orange +, magenta ^, and brown ~) indicate teams who worked together during part of the leg as a result of the Intersection.
  • A yellow > indicates that the team chose to use the Yield; < indicates the team who received it; <> around the leg number indicates that the Yield for that leg was available but not used.
  • Italicised results indicate the position of the team at the midpoint of a two-episode leg.
  1. a b c Edwin & Monica, Terri & Henri and Natasha & Paula had been respectively marked for elimination. However, Since the teams checked-in last, each teams were eliminated without issuing the 30-minute penalty.
  2. ^ Kinaryosih & Brett were unable to complete the Detour on Leg 3, since they arrived at the North Shore Rowing Club after business hours - they backed out of the Wall Detour. All remaining teams had checked in, so they were told to go straight to the Pit Stop, where they were eliminated.
  3. ^ Sophie & Aurelia were unable to complete both the Roadblock and Detour since they arrived at Okere Falls after closing down for the day. After all teams had checked in, Allan came to the location (Okere Falls) and eliminated them.
  4. ^ Leg 5 was double-length with two Detours and two Roadblocks shown over two episodes. The Yield appeared before the second Detour.
  5. ^ Terri & Henry used their Yield power on Marc & Rovilson who were ahead of them. thus the Yield had no effect.
  6. ^a b For unknown reasons on the subsequent Leg, the starting placements of Natasha & Paula and Diane & Ann were switched, resulting in Natasha & Paula starting in 4th place and Diane & Ann starting in 5th.
  7. ^a b Adrian & Collin and Pamela & Vanessa initially arrived in 1st and 3rd, respectively, but they did not park their vehicles at the designated parking zones and entered through the wrong gates. They had to backtrack and correct those mistakes, but this did not ultimately affect either of the teams' placements.

Prizes[edit]

Individual prizes were awarded to the first team to complete a leg.

  • Leg 1Nokia N95 and N73 mobile phones, one for each team member.
  • Leg 2 – $5000 Credit Card issued by Standard Chartered Bank for each team member.
  • Leg 3 – A one year's supply of fuel sponsored by Caltex.
  • Leg 4 – A Sony Handycam SR7 for each team member.
  • Leg 7 – $5000 Credit Card issued by Standard Chartered Bank for each team member.
  • Leg 8 – A Sony Handycam SR7 for each team member.
  • Leg 9Nokia N95 and N73 mobile phones, one for each team member.
  • Leg 11 – A safari trip to South Africa with whale watching, courtesy of Caltex.
  • Leg 12 – US$100,000

Race summary[edit]

Complete Route Map
Destinations Legenda lotnisko.svg Air travel   Legenda kolej.svg Rail travel   Legenda prom.svg Water travel   Bus-logo.svg Bus travel
Route Markers Detour icon.svg Detour   Roadblock icon.svg Roadblock   Fast Forward icon.svg Fast Forward   Yield icon.svg Yield   Intersection icon.svg Intersection   TAR-pitstop-icon.png Pit Stop

Leg 1 (Singapore → Philippines)[edit]

Airdate: 22 November 2007

In Manila, teams had to eat 8 pieces of balut in order to get their next clue.

The Detour of this leg is "Dare or Stair." In Dare, teams had to take an elevator to the top (45-storey) of the Suntec Tower 3 and then use a rope-and-pulley system to traverse across to the adjacent Tower 4 while suspended 181 m (594 ft) above the ground. In Stair, teams had to climb up 45 floors to the rooftop of Tower 3 and then descend and head to Tower 4 and again climb up 45 floors before receiving their next clue.

Additional tasks
  • For their first task, teams received a postcard that depicts one of Singapore's many national icons. Teams had to search for a specific taxi cab with the souvenir from their postcard and that taxi driver would hand them their next clue.
  • At the Mount Faber route marker, teams picked up a Nokia N95 phone and used its GPS system to guide their Taxi Driver to their next location, Suntec City.
  • At the Plaza Miranda, teams had to eat 8 baluts from an egg-seller's store before receiving their next clue from the egg seller.

Leg 2 (Philippines)[edit]

Airdate: 29 November 2007

Paco Park in the Manila district of Paco was the second Pit Stop of the Race.

In the first Roadblock of the race, one team member had to choose a carabao and then lead it around a muddy field to plough it in a figure 8 direction. Their path is clearly marked by posts and race flags and teams have to lead their carabao back to where they started in the correct direction to receive their next clue. Teams are taught beforehand on some of the common vocal commands they may give to help control their carabao. If teams need help, they may ask for it, but will have to return to the starting line again. In this Detour, teams had to choose between Heel or Wheel. In Heel, teams have to match 250 pairs of shoes from a messy pile. All the shoes were mixed up. In Wheel, teams choose one of the work stations and fully assemble a bicycle with just the equipment and parts provided.

Additional task
  • At the Star-Mart station, teams loaded 4 boxes of donation items into a jeepney. Teams had to ride in the jeepney to deliver the donation boxes to an orphanage in Ermita Shrine before receiving their next clue.

Leg 3 (Philippines → Hong Kong, China → New Zealand)[edit]

Airdate: 6 December 2007

Auckland Harbour Bridge was the site of this leg's Roadblock where teams took a thrill ride under the bridge.

In this Roadblock, one team member had to perform a bungee jump of 40 metres (131 ft) from the Auckland Harbour Bridge. In this Detour, teams had to choose between two sports; Wall or Waka. In Wall, teams had to head to the Birkenhead War Memorial Leisure Centre where each team member had to climb the rock wall once to retrieve one flag each. Then, either of the team member must climb the wall again to grab their next clue. In Waka, teams had to go to Lake Pupuke and paddle a traditional waka boat around the lake to collect three flags and then return to receive their next clue.

Additional tasks
  • At the Standard Chartered Bank building, teams had to count the Hong Kong currency on their tables which included a large pile of notes and also a large stack of coins and will only receive their clue once they state the correct amount to the staff. Correct count was HK$135,023.70.
  • At the historical village, teams had to use a Sony Cyber-shot digital camera to take a picture of three objects representing three different persons in New Zealand culture. Once they're done, they had to proceed to the Howick Courthouse to receive their next clue.
  • At the Haunted House, teams had to enter the Old Nurses' Hostel, rumored to be haunted and filled with scary characters, and complete the walk through the haunted house to receive their next clue.

Leg 4 (New Zealand)[edit]

Airdate: 13 December 2007

Pohutu Geyser in Rotorua, New Zealand, was the fourth Pit Stop of the race.

In this Roadblock, one team member had to enter the Hell's Gate mud bath, which contains sulphur pools at temperatures of 40 °C (104 °F). Once inside, teams had to search for a stick to trade for their next clue. In this Detour, teams had to choose between Flax or Sticks. In Flax, teams had to weave traditional Māori headbands called a tipare out of flax plants and seek approval from the demonstrators of their handicraft before receiving their next clue. In Sticks, teams had to master a traditional Māori stick game called the titi torea in which teams had to pass specially carved sticks to each other with a particular rhythm. If teams dropped the sticks, they had to redo the task.

Additional tasks
  • Teams had to stop by the Caltex gas station and refuel their cars on their way to Rotorua. Teams had to pay for their fuel using a special Caltex card before receiving their next clue from the cashier.
  • Before the Roadblock, teams had to perform white water sledging in the cold rapids to receive their next clue.
  • At Lake Tikitapu, teams had to drive Agrojet Boats, which are 450-horsepower jetboats. One team member had to navigate around buoys on the lake while the other team member instructed them. Teams who managed to complete their task would receive their next clue. If they are unsuccessful, they will have to re-attempt the challenge.

Leg 5 (New Zealand → Japan → South Korea)[edit]

Airdate: 20 December 2007

In Tokyo, teams traveled to Sony Building at Ginza where teams had to convince locals to sing a traditional Japanese folk song called "Sakura."
Nurimaru APEC House in Busan was visited by the Race.

Airdate: 27 December 2007

In this leg's first Detour, teams had to choose between You Catch It or You Cart It. In You Catch It, teams had to participate in the traditional game of goldfish scooping, using paddles made of rice paper (which disintegrates very easily when immersed in water) to scoop up 40 goldfish with paddles. In You Cart It, teams had to locate a dry cleaner's store and collect a yukata which they had to deliver to a certain address. In the first Roadblock one team member had to decipher an ice block puzzle. The answer would be the name of one of the biggest cities in Japan. Once the team member has figured out the answer, the personnel will hand them their next clue.

In the leg's second Detour, teams had to choose between Slither or Deliver. In Slither, teams had to proceed to the Jagalchi Fish Market where they will have to find a marked fish tank filled with octopus. Each team member must retrieve one 100-year old Korean coin (token) from the bottom of the tank before receiving their next clue. In Deliver, teams had to deliver six meals to three different addresses, some of the deliveries in which might have an ambiguous location. In the second Roadblock, teams proceeded to Yongdusan Park and look for a gatekeeper. The team member must then use the key given to search and open one of the locks before the gatekeeper will hand them their next clue. Teams will have to start over if they break their key.

Additional tasks
  • At the Sony Building, teams had to convince locals to sing a traditional Japanese folk song called "Sakura." While one team member sings along with the local, the other records this on a Sony HD Handycam.
  • Before the Detour, teams had to use a picture on their Sony Cybershot digital camera as reference to find a cosplaying girl to receive their next clue.
  • At the Jongro Academy, each team member had to use taekwondo techniques to break three boards by kicking them before receiving their next clue from the taekwondo master.

Leg 6 (South Korea)[edit]

Airdate: 3 January 2008

The Peace Plaza inside the Seoul Olympic Park was the Pit Stop for this leg of the Race.

In this Roadblock, one team member had to search under the lids of 1,500 soybean jars until they find one which contains their next clue. One of the jars will contain the clue plus a US$50 bonus from Standard Chartered, which Adrian and Collin won. In this Detour, teams had to choose between Too Ho and Too Heavy. In Too Ho, teams had to play a traditional Korean game where they have to throw three bamboo stickets into a cylinder 4.5 metres (15 ft) away. In Too Heavy, teams had to deliver 30 logs in a traditional carrying device and deliver it to a woman somewhere inside the village before receiving their next clue.

Additional task
  • At Woncheon Resort, teams had to search among many swan boats for a marked one in which they had to paddle to an offshore buoy to retrieve their next clue.

Leg 7 (South Korea → Germany → Czech Republic)[edit]

Airdate: 10 January 2008

At the Charles Bridge in Prague, teams searched for this "holey" statue of Saint Vitus which contained their next clue.

In this Roadblock, one team member had to don a full suit of knight armour and then walk around to look for a "damsel in distress", who is standing on a balcony facing the Prince's Hotel. Once teams find her, they have to tie the key to a rope which the "damsel" would exchange for their next clue. In this Detour teams had to choose between Bow or Blow. In Bow, each team member had to hit a coloured red-and-yellow target using a traditional crossbow. In Blow, teams had to travel to Rückl Crystal and use mechanical tools to cut a star-design on a number of glass bottoms.

Additional tasks
  • Teams had to search the Charles Bridge for a statue with a hole where their next clue is located.
  • At the town square in Beroun, teams had to search among several people with Nokia N95 mobile phones for the one which has their team's picture. Then, they will have to view a video from home before being given their next clue.

Leg 8 (Czech Republic)[edit]

Airdate: 17 January 2008

Vrtbovská Garden was the Pit Stop for the second leg of the race in the Czech Republic.

In this Detour, intersected teams had to choose between Snap or Roll. In Snap, teams had to take photos of three historic monuments (Statue of St. Wenceslas in Wenceslas Square, Lenin Statue in Museum of Communism, and Estates Theatre) in Prague and submit the photographs as evidence before the personnel positioned in front of the Statue of Josef Mánes would hand them their next clue. In Roll, teams had to locate Hostinec U Váhy and collect two 50-litre (13 gallons) beer kegs and roll it to the Admiral Botel. After the Detour, they are no longer intersected. In this Roadblock, one team member had to climb up to a ten-metre high diving board and jump off it into the pool below to receive their next clue.

Additional tasks
  • Upon arriving at Petrin Hill, teams had to count the number of steps leading to the top of the tower. They wrote their answers on a board and if they were correct, the personnel would hand them their clue.
  • Teams had to row a boat 140 degrees southwest to receive their clue. A compass was provided.
  • At Ice Arena Letňany, the intersected teams had to score 12 goals in order for them to get their next clue.

Leg 9 (Czech Republic → Hungary)[edit]

Airdate: 24 January 2008

In Visegrád, teams have to identify the fountain on a 1,000 forint bill and to head to the location featured on the banknote: Hercules Fountain.

In this Detour, teams had to choose between Pitch or Pull. In Pitch, teams had to load a large pile of hay into a donkey cart and then go for a ride as a local drives the cart to a nearby farm. In Pull, teams had to milk a goat and obtain 200ml (7 oz) of milk. Then, they had to place the goat in a pen and secure it before receiving their next clue. In this Roadblock, one team member had to experience several legs of flying fox obstacles while adding up several numbers found around the course which would add up to 1,000. Team members that do not get the correct number will have to restart the task and if there are other teams present, will be sent to the back of the line and have to wait their turn till the other teams in front of them are done or have to restart as well.

Additional task
  • After completing the Roadblock, teams had to identify the landmark printed on the 1,000 Ft note, the Hercules Fountain, then make their way to the fountain itself, which was in the Royal Palace.

Leg 10 (Hungary)[edit]

Airdate: 31 January 2008

At Heroes' Square, teams have to find the Detour clue box and the Yield.

In this Fast Forward, teams had to count the number of fence posts on Erzsébet Bridge and then with the number obtained, use it to open a safe with the 4-digit figure of fence posts (the correct digit was 2-3-7-7). The first team to open the safe won the Fast Forward award. In this Roadblock, one team member had to take a lantern and search through the dark and confusing labyrinth of tunnels in Buda Castle to search for several chests. However, only one of these contained the team's next clue. In this Detour, teams had to choose between Say It or Play It. In Say It, teams had to correctly pronounce (in full local accent) the names of 14 prominent Hungarian rulers, a potential tongue twister. In Play It, teams had to solve a Rubik's Cube (a Hungarian invention) but were given the option to solve one side by one side (to get the same colour on each side) for all six sides, alternating between team members.

Additional task
  • At Margaret Island, teams had to travel by pedicab across the island and search for St. Margaret's resting place. There, they had to retrieve a rabbit soft toy, a symbol of the island, and return it to the person standing at where teams had first mounted the pedicab.

Leg 11 (Hungary → South Africa)[edit]

Airdate: 7 February 2008

Upon arriving in Cape Town, teams had search for one cluebox among many at Signal Hill that contained their next clue.

In this Roadblock, one team member must race eight laps around the Killarney racing circuit on a 450 horsepower (340 kW) open-wheel race car. After four laps, they must enter the pit area for a mandatory tune-up. If the team members entered it within seven minutes he/she could immediately exit and complete the task; otherwise, a five-minute time penalty would be incurred. In this Detour, teams had to choose between In One End or Out The Other. For In One End, teams must prepare 100 kg (220 lbs) of food and feed them to the elephants. Only after the elephants finish the entire meal could teams collect their next clue. In Out The Other, teams must clear the elephant stalls of dung onto a marked area, using only the tools provided.

Additional tasks
  • At the summit of Signal Hill, teams had to search for the correct clue box, among many, containing their next clue.
  • Teams had to collect painting supplies from a Standard Chartered vehicle in Khayelitsha and proceed to paint a marked section of the Intyatyambo Community Centre. Teams then had to deliver a R34,500 (about US$5,000) cheque, courtesy of Standard Chartered, to the caregivers of the daycare centre.
  • Upon arriving at the Aquila Park Game Reserve, teams each must then pick up their next clue from inside a cheetah enclosure.

Leg 12 (South Africa → Singapore)[edit]

Airdate: 14 February 2008

Tanjong Beach was the final roadblock for this leg.

In the final Detour teams had to choose between Search or Assemble (This option was presented as "Sound" in the teams' clue). In Search, teams had to go The Scratch Patch and search amongst thousands of semi-precious gemstones for the three race stones which were yellow in colour and marked with a red dot. They will trade these three stones for their next clue. In Assemble, teams had to go to Waterfront Craft Market and watch a demonstration on how to assemble a wire-frame radio. Once teams had successfully put together a working radio using the tools provided, they would receive their next clue. In this Roadblock, one team member had to grab flags from the ten different countries they visited on the Race and arrange them in the order that they visited them. Once teams got the correct order of correct flags, they may retrieve the final clue.

Additional tasks
  • At the District Six Museum, they would search for a Sony VAIO laptop and enter the name of a street of District Six which was used as password. When the correct street was entered, the next clue would direct them to read one paragraph from a designated marker before receiving their next clue.
  • After the detour, teams had to travel to the main venue of the 2010 FIFA World Cup and attempt to score three goals against a goal keeper.
  • At the sand dunes, teams had to ride quad bikes and travel along a marked course and search for their next clue hidden along the track, with 18 marked areas with a bucket. Underneath one bucket is the teams' next clue while underneath the rest is an hourglass teams have to overturn and wait for the sand to run out before they can continue on.
  • At Cape Point, after taking the funicular up to the summit, teams had to guess which was the next (final) country they will be flying to - Singapore, to receive the next clue.

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