The Amazing Race Asia 3

The Amazing Race Asia 3 is the third installment of the reality television game show The Amazing Race Asia. The show features ten teams of two, with a pre-existing relationship, in a race around Asia to win US$100,000. The season premiered on 11 September 2008 and consists of 11 episodes, two episodes fewer than the first and second seasons. The season finale aired on 20 November 2008.

In 2009, the series was nominated for an International Emmy Award for Best Non-Scripted Entertainment, losing to the Dutch reality series The Phone.

Hong Kong friends Vince Chung & Sam Wu are the winners of the race, they are the first team with a non-Asian in the Asian Version to win the race.

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