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Shiraoi tours, sights and activities

7D6N A Foodie's Hokkaido Self Drive

Land Tour SGD908

Overview:

The food of Hokkaido is one of the northern island's biggest attractions, especially the high quality seafood caught in its cold waters and the agricultural products grown on its wide farmlands.

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  • CTC Travel

    CTC Travel

    A one stop travel hub that provides a wide array of services travel services including : Outbound Tour Packages, Flexi Holidays, Customised & Private Touring Experiences, MICE/Incentive Travel, Educational & Immersion Programs, niche holiday programs targeted for the Muslim Market segment and many more. CTC Travel brand which benchmark itself on quality services, have created innovative travel itineraries with exclusive inclusions, pride itself in working with quality and professional partners all over the world including China, Europe, America, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Middle East, and many more exotic destinations.

  • Day 1: Arrival - Via Tokyo/Taipei (MOB)
    Suggested to take night flight and arrived Hokkaido New Chitose Airport on next day morning.
    Day 2: Tokyo/Taipei - Chitose - Lake Utonai - Shiraoi - Noboribetsu Onsen (D)
    Upon arrival New Chitose Airport, look for Toyota Car Rental’s counters for documents verification and process for car pick up. Suggested itinerary: Lake Utonai, Shiraoi Ainu Village, Jigokudani (Hell Valley),a sulfurous valley with boiling ponds covered by steaming streams, Noboribetsu Hot Spring Suggested Lunch: Shiraoi’s specialty, Shiraoi beef. The bagel burger with high quality Black Wagyu beef is highly popular
    Day 3: Noboribetsu Onsen - Lake Toya - Niseko (B/D)
    Suggested itinerary: Cape Chikyu (The Earth Cape), winner of Hokkaido’s Best 100 Nature Spots, where the extreme beauty of sheer cliffs at southern tip of Etomo Peninsula takes your breath away. Date City offers indigo-dyeing and has a blacksmith workshop where visitors can observe the art of sword forging. Showa Shinzan, an active volcano that belches out smoke even now. Lake Toya, Kyoguku’s Fukidashi Park. Arrive Niseko. Suggested lunch: Tarako (salted roe) and hairy crabs famous in the region, and don’t forget to try the well-known cheese and ice-cream made in the farms of Date city.
    Day 4: Niseko - Otaru - Asahikawa (B/L)
    Suggested itinerary: White Chocolate Factory, Otaru Canal & Music Box Museum, Sake Museum, Asahiyama Zoo, Asahikawa Ramen Museum, Asahikawa Shopping Street Suggested lunch: rich and sweet taste of uni on a bowl of delicious rice or Grilled Seafood or Sashimi in Otaru. Don’t forget to visit one of Otaru’s wine gallery and enjoy some of that famous wine soft serve ice-cream.
    Day 5: Asahikawa - Furano - Sapporo (B/L)
    Suggested itinerary: Drive to Furano Farm Tomita for Lavender Blossom Viewing (July), Sun Flower Blossom Viewing (Aug), Furano Cheese Factory, Furano Jam Garden, Anpanman Shop, Recycled House, Odori Park, Sapporo TV Tower & Clock Tower, Tanuki Koji Shopping Arcade. Suggested lunch: Furano Wine House – a glass of Furano famous wine goes well with any food!
    Day 6: Sapporo (B/L)
    Suggested itinerary: Nijo Fresh Seafood Market, Mt Okurayama, Susukino Ramen Alley, Hokaido Jingu. Suggested Lunch: Sapporo Ramen
    Day 7: Sapporo - Chitose - Via Tokyo/Taipei - Departure (B)
    Free at your own leisure until departure. Drive to Car Rental Company to return your car and check-in for your flight home.
  • Package Include:

    • 5 nights accommodation + 5 breakfasts & 2 dinners as follows:
      • 1N at Niseko Kanro No Mori with dinner & breakfast
      • 1N at Asahikawa Washinton Hotel with breakfast
      • 1N at Noboribetsu Sekisuitei with dinner & breakfast
      • 2N at Sapporo Aspen Hotel with breakfast
    • 6 Days Car Rental + English GPS system
    • Baby Seat : Free Of Charge / on requet Basis
  • Please contact us for additional nights stays in other cities of Hokkaido.
  • Notes:
    • All prices quoted are in Singapore Dollars
    • Prices do not include airport taxes, visa application and service fees, personal insurance, tipping, optional tours, personal expenses and all others not stated in the itinerary
    • All rates are subject to limited availability Itinerary and rates are subject to changes without prior notice.
    • Peak season charges and all other relevent surcharges are not included.
    • Tours and meals sequence are subject to changes without prior notice
    • All bookings require a minimum deposit of $500-$1000 per person (depending on destination).
    • Bookings must be made at least 7 working days prior to departure date
    • All bookings are subject to availability and confirmation All extensions and deviations are strictly on request and are subject to seat availability, airline rules and regulations
    • Should there be an event of any discrepancies, prices at our retail counters will be taken as the final rate.
    • Child Prices vary and are determined by : Child with bed (1 child sharing room with 2 adults); Child without bed ( 2 children sharing room with 2 adults, 1 child with bed & 1 child without bed); Child Half Twin (1 child sharing room with 1 adult).
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    Osaka tours, sights and activities

    5D4N Magic Osaka

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      Osaka
      Rihga Royal Hotel Kyoto, Nijo Castle, Kinkakuji Temple, Kyoto Imperial Palace, Todaiji Temple, Nara Deer, Park, Kasuga Grand Shrine, Nara Nagomikan
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      Giamso Tours

      Giamso works hand-in-hand with their customers to secure the best rates possible. At Giamso, you can be assured that you are getting the best value for money.

    • Day 1: Arrival - Osaka
      Depart from Singapore to Osaka. Upon arrival at Kansai airport, SIC transfer to Hotel.
      Day 2: Osaka
      Full Day Kyoto & Nara Tour. Depart from Hotel Granvia Osaka to Osaka station (walking distance) and board the rapid train to Kyoto. After arrival, assemble at Rihga Royal Hotel Kyoto and start the sightseeing tour by coach. Visit to Nijo Castle, Kinkakuji Temple, Kyoto Imperial Palace (will be replaced by Nishi Honganji Temple during weekends & P.H.). Enjoy a Japanese / Western-style Lunch. After lunch, continue to visit Todaiji Temple, Nara Deer Park, Kasuga Grand Shrine and Nara Nagomikan. After tour, proceed to Kintetsu Nara Station to board the train back to Osaka. Tour disbands at Osaka's Namba Station.
      Day 3:
      • Pick-up service for tour available at selected hotels in Osaka, passengers who stay at the hotels that are without pick-up service will have to make own way to the nearest pick-up point (normally within 10-20mins walking distance).
      • Tour starts at 7:30am in the morning. Passengers may have to give up the hotel's breakfast in order to join the tour.
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    Saporro tours, sights and activities

    4D3N Sapporo Free and Easy

    Free and Easy SGD0
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    • Day 1: Arrival - Sapporo (Via Narita Airport)
      Day 2: Free and Easy (Suggested Optional Tour)
      Day 3: Free and Easy (Suggested Optional Tour)
      Day 4: Depart Sapporo (Via Honed Airport)
      • Suggested Optional Tour:
        • 1 Day Otaru Tour (SPK1)
          • Otart. Canal
          • Kitochi Glass
          • Box Museum
          • Mt Tenggu (cable car ride)
          • Ishiya Chocolate Factory (entrance fee not included inside factory)
        • 1 Day Norbaribetsu Tour (SPK2)
          • Jidokudoni hell Valley
          • Ainu Village
          • Jidal Mura (Edo Wonderland)
        • 1 Day Saporro City Tour plus Shopping (SPK3)
          • Ododri Park
          • Clock Tower
          • TV Tower NHK
          • Saporro Undergroup Shopping
          • Sapporo Station Shopping Arcade and Diamaru Department Store
        • 1 Day Toya Tour (SPK4)
          • Photo Taking Showa Shinzan (Mt. Showa)
          • Bear Range
          • Showa Glass Museum
          • Lake Toya Scenic Cruise Ride
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    Narita tours, sights and activities

    7D6N Hokkaido Snow Fantasy

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      Yoichi
      Sapporo Old Government Building, Yoichi Town, Nikka Whisky Distilleries, Kiroro Ski Resort, Onsen
      Otaru
      Okurayama Ski Jump, Otaru Canal, Kitaichi Glass Shop, Music Box Shop
      Saporro
      Ishiya Chocolate Factory, Clock Tower, Odori, Park, Sapporo TV Tower, Jigokudani, Hell Valley, Snowmobile Land, Sapporo Beer Museum, Paseo Shopping Mall, Apia Underground Shopping Mall
      Lake Tōya
      Shiraoi Ainu Village, Ezo Grizzly Bears, Mt. Showa, Lake Toya, Mt. Yotei, Onsen
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    • Day 1: Arrival - Narita
      Assemble 10.00 pm at Singapore Changi International Airport Terminal 2 for your flight check in.
      Day 2: Arrival Hokkaido / Sapporo (Via Narita) (B/L/D)
      Depart for your pleasant flight to Hokkaido (via Haneda). Upon arrival proceed to Ishiya Chocolate Factory, learn about the history and process of manufacturing chocolate. Drive pass the historic Clock Tower. Photo stop at Odori Park, where Sapporo TV Tower is located. Accommodation: APA & Resort Hotel Sapporo or similar.
      Day 3: Yoichi Town / Kiroro Ski Resort (B/D)
      After breakfast, visit Sapporo Old Government Building. Then we move to Yoichi Town noted for the Nikka Whisky Distilleries, this stone structure is Nikka's first malt whisky distillery, home to Japan's warmest and richest malt whiskies. Thereafter proceed to Kiroro Ski Resort or similar, where there are well-equipped facilities for dynamic skiing, snowfield tours on snow vehicles and snowmobiles. This evening relax yourself in one of the "Onsen" (hot spring bath) within the hotel. Winter sports paradise is valid from end November 2013 to March 2014 (Rental of ski equipment at own expenses) Accommodation: Kiroro Resort or similar.
      Day 4: Ainu Village / Mt. Showa / Bear Ranch / Lake Toya (B/L/D)
      This morning, visit the Shiraoi Ainu Village, to experience Ainu culture including their way of life, handicrafts and dance. Next, visit the Ezo Grizzly Bears and their cubs at the Bear Ranch located at the foot of Mt. Showa. Photo stop at the Lake Toya, enjoy a picturesque view with graceful Mt. Yotei in the background. This evening relax yourself in one of the "Onsen" (hot spring bath) within the hotel. Accommodation: Toya Kanko Hotel or similar.
      Day 5: Noboribetsu / Snowmobile Land / Sapporo (B/L/D)
      This morning, visit Jigokudani (Hell Valley) an old site of an explosion crater. Thereafter we'll head to the Snowmobile Land where snow activities are available for all ages (at own expenses). Next, proceed to Sapporo Beer Museum, this brick beer museum introduces the history of Sapporo beer as well as brewing processes and also a chance to taste the famous beer. Shopping spree at Paseo Shopping Mall and Apia Underground Shopping Mall. Rental of snow equipment at own expenses Accommodation: APA & Resort Hotel Sapporo or similar.
      Day 6: Otaru / Chitose (B/L/D)
      After breakfast, we visit Okurayama Ski Jump, a magnificent structual constructed for the 1972 Winter Olympic Games. Next, we drive to the romantic town of Otaru, famous for its glasswork shops and old stone warehouses, Photo stop at the famous Otaru Canal. Visit Kitaichi Glass Shop that sells a great variety of glass art works and glassware. Music Box Shop, take home a music box filled with light and sweet sound to your friends. Accommodation: Hotel Corn's Shin Chitose Airport or similar.
      Day 7: Depart Chitose (B)
      After breakfast, transfer to Chitose Airport for your flight to Haneda Airport — Tokyo and afterwhich, transfer to Narita International Airport for your flight back to Singapore with sweet memories of ANA First Choice Holiday.
      • NH902 SIN/NRT 0045/0845 — NH2153 NRT/CTS 1010/1150
      • NH2154 CTS/NRT 1415/1555 — NH901 NRT/SIN 1735/2345
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    Tokyo tours, sights and activities

    4D3N Tokyo Semi Private Tour

    Land Tour SGD798

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      Fujisan
      Mt. Fuji, Mt. Fuji 5th Station, Lake Kawaguchi, Owakudani, Harajuku
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      As one of Singapore's largest travel agent and tour operator, we offer the widest choice of destinations from the mainstream to the exotic ones. While we explore new destinations and venture into opening the roads less travelled, we consistently review and revisit existing ones with new itineraries and experiences. By maintaining a strong marketing and communications link with our customers, prospects, business partners and the general buying public, we attain top-of-mind recall as a reliable travel agency providing quality packages at value-for-money prices. For the past 48 years, we take pride in satisfying and surpassing our customers' expectations with tour experiences that get them to return time and again. We were also the first to set up a sophisticated online travel infrastructure and a call centre as part of our continuous efforts to offer seamless travel experiences from the first touch point to utilisation of service.

    • Day 1: Arrival - Tokyo
      Upon arrival in Narita/Haneda International Airport, be transferred to Hotel by Airport Limousine Bus and free at leisure.
      Day 2: Tokyo – Mt. Fuji – Hakone – Tokyo (L)
      Meet at hotel lobby and proceed to Japan Tallest Mountain - Mt. Fuji. Move on to Mt. Fuji 5th Station (Subject to weather conditions). Have lunch at Lake Kawaguchi-ko and enjoy the natural beauty surrounding Lake Kawaguchi. Proceed to Owakudani, a volcanic zone to see the 100 degree natural spring waters. Return back to Tokyo to shop at famous shopping district – Harajuku before returning back to hotel.
      Day 3: Tokyo
      Free at leisure.
      Day 4: Tokyo - Departure
      Free at leisure. After check-out, be transferred to Narita/Haneda International airport for your flight home.
    • GV4
      (Twin Sharing) Based on S/DBL Bed

      Package Includes:
      • 3N accommodation at Tokyo Hotel
      • Return airport transfer by limousine bus
      • 1 Day Use car up to 10 hours with on demand Driver Guide

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    Kyoto tours, sights and activities

    4D3N Kyoto

    Land Tour SGD0
    • This 4 day hiking adventure tour of Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park takes you deep into the natural wilderness of Japan, to an area surrounded by stunning mountain scenery, hot springs and volcanic lakes. Located less than 100km from the capital of Tokyo, the National Park is home to Hakone, your first destination and an area of outstanding beauty. Discover the steaming fissures as you take a cable car up the mountain to Owakudani, then walk down the other side that overlooks Lake Ashi, a picturesque lake formed by volcanic eruptions. Breathtaking views of Mt. Fuji with its symmetrical, snow capped peak make perfect photo opportunities.
    • Continue your tour in Japan by hiking with an expert guide from Daiyuzan temple along a pilgrim route to the summit of Myojin-gatakeat standing 1169 meters high. From the peak, stand in awe at the unhindered panoramic views before descending to soak in a lovely warm onsen in the evening.
    • On your penultimate day we hike along the ridge of a mountain in the outer region of Hakone and summit Mt. Kintoki at 1,213 meters high. Standing on its peak you can enjoy wonderful views of Sengokuhara Nature Park on one side and majestic Mt. Fuji on the other. Afterwards we walk back down to Hakone and explore the many charming aspects of this quaint town before relaxing in an onsen to soothe the muscles after a day spent hiking in the National Park.
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    • Travel Haven

      Travel Haven

      Luxury Travel Tailor Made For You With more than 18 years of experience in serving our clients and assisting travelers to embark on a memorable journey, you are assured of a remarkable holiday.

    • Day 1: Arrival - Kyoto
      Arrive at Kansai International Airport, built on a man-made island in Japan’s Inland Sea. You will be welcomed by our airport representative who will assist you with transferring by either train or shuttle bus to your hotel (1.5 hour). The rest of the day is at your leisure.
      Day 2: Kyoto (B/D)
      Explore the former imperial capital with a knowledgeable local guide, utilizing the comprehensive bus system to visit some of Kyoto’s World Heritage Sites. You will start your day with a visit to Nijo Castle. This ornamental castle was built by the founder of the Edo Shogunate as his Kyoto residence and is surrounded by stunning surrounding gardens. The main building was completed in 1603, and is famous for its Momoyama architecture, decorated sliding doors and ‘chirping’ nightingale floors.Continue on to Kinkakuji, the Golden Pavilion. Originally built as a retirement villa for the Shogun, after his death it became a Buddhist Temple at his request, and is now one of Kyoto’s most famous temples. The final stop of the morning is Daitoku-ji Zen temple complex, which consists of a main temple and 22 sub-temples. You will visit Daisen-in sub temple, which was founded in 1464 and has one of Japan’s best Zen rock gardens, perfect for a spot of Zazen meditation after a busy morning.After lunch, we have arranged a very special cooking experience for you. You will walk the mile-long Nishiki covered food markets, where there are many interesting food stores to explore as you help your guide buy the ingredients for your Japanese cooking class. This is a great opportunity to learn about local Japanese produce.After visiting the markets, you'll travel through the back streets and lanes of Kyoto, visit to former sake brewery for the tour of the house with sake tasting, and then finally to a traditional wooden townhouse for your Japanese cooking class. Cooking your own Japanese evening meal, you'll learn how to make rolled sushi, miso soup and cooked salad with seasonal fruit for dessert. After the meal, the evening is free for you to explore Kyoto, or your local guide can assist you in returning to your hotel. Overnight in Kyoto.
      Day 3: Kyoto/Nara (B)
      This morning you will make the short 45 minutes trip by train to Nara with your local guide.For 74 years during the 8th century Nara was Japan’s capital and many of the temples and shrines built at that time still remain.First stop is Todaiji Temple, the world’s largest wooden building and home to Japan’s largest Buddha, followed by Kasuga Taisha, Nara’s most celebrated shrine. You will also have time to wander through Nara Park, called Deer Park by locals due to the large population of tame deer living there.After lunch, return to Kyoto and visit Kiyomizu (Pure Water) Temple. From the 13m high veranda jutting out from the Main Hall you can enjoy amazing views of the whole of Kyoto, whilst pondering the fact that both the Main Hall and Veranda were built without the use of nails or any kind of joiners.Finish off the day with a stroll through the atmospheric Higashiyama district, whose busy lanes lead up to Kiyomizu and are filled with quaint shops selling souvenirs including Kiyomizu-yaki pottery, sweets and pickles. Optional: Tonight you can choose to stay in Japanese-style ryokan accommodation, complete with tatami mats, shoji rice paper sliding doors and onsen baths. This evening, relax in your yukata, or lightweight kimono, and dine on a sumptuous kaiseki multi course included meal, utilizing the freshest season ingredients. A soak in the onsen hot spring bath after dinner is highly recommended before you bed down on your futon. Overnight in Kyoto.
      Day 4: Kyoto - Departure (B)
      Today is free until your included transfer to the airport by either train or shuttle bus.
      • Our Services Includes:
        • Hotel accommodation in twin room with daily breakfast.
        • Meals as mentioned in the itinerary (B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner).
        • Airport Meet and Greet and return airport transfers.
        • English speaking local guide (Day 2 & 3).
        • All Transport and Entrance Fees as mentioned in the itinerary on Day 2 & 3.
        • Information Pack.
      • Our Services Do Not Includes:
        • International and domestic flights (quoted separately).
        • Meals other than mentioned above.
        • Personal Expenses. (drinks, laundry, telephone, etc)
        • Travel Insurance. (We strongly recommend the purchase of travel insurance that covering emergency medical evacuation)
        • Other Services not clearly indicated in the package inclusions above.
      • Pricing Note:
        • Reservations during weekends, peak periods and Japanese public holidays will be subject to Supplementary Charges.
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    Nagoya tours, sights and activities

    7D5N Central Japan Exposure (Experience Self Drive)

    Tour Package SGD2599

    Experience Self-drive
    Central Japan is extremely beautiful and interesting to be discovered, one of the recommended way to experience the charmness is self-driving. Self-drive travel is a flexible and more relaxing way to travel. You can stop your vehicle at any time you like, the choice and freedom are yours.

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      Apple Vacations Singapore

      Apple Vacations Singapore (AVS) is positioned to be one of the major travel service providers and Japan Travel specialists for Singapore market. With a range of NEW JAPAN FREE & EASY packages available ON SALE now, AVS is able to continue providing in-depth or tailor made itineraries for our customers - at reasonable price. Check them out at their new office!

    • Day 1: Singapore - Nagoya
      Day 2: Nagoya - Gero (±120km)
      Day 3: Gero - Okuhida (±90km)
      Day 4: Okuhida - Matsumoto (±50km)
      Day 5: Matsumoto - Lake Kawaguchi (±140km) - Mt. Fuji (±20km)
      Day 6: Mt. Fuji - Gujo Hachiman (±180km) - Nagoya (±60km)
      Day 7: Nagoya - Singapore
    • Package Include:
      • International ticket by SQ
      • Routine as per itinerary
      • Total Journey: ± 660 KM

      Package Exclude:
      • Airport tax $440. (subject to change)
      • Visa if required

      Important Notes:
      • All prices quoted in Singapore Dollar (SGD)
      • Rate does not include parking fee, toll fee, fuel charge, and admission charge
      • Please return car at full tank, otherwise fuel charge will apply
      • Child under 6 years old must have child car seats by law
      • Driver must have international driving license
      • All passport must have minimum 6 months validity before departure
      • Please check if you require a visa
      • No refund after confirmation
      • Minimum 2 to go
      • Land package only deduct ADT-$400, CHD-$300

      Car Types (Toyota)
      • P 1 - VITZ/similar (1000cc) - 2-3 seater: S$2599/adult S$2399
      • P3- COROLLA/similar (1500cc) - 2-3 seater: S$2599/adult S$2399
      • W 1- WISH/similar (1800cc) - 3-5 seater: S$2699/adult S$2499
      • W3- ALPHARD/similar (2400cc) - 6-7 seater: S$2899/adult S$2799

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    7D6N Hokkaido Wonder Delights

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      Chitose
      Clock Tower, Odori, Park, Sapporo TV Tower, Sapporo Beer Museum
      Hakodate
      Lake Hill Farm, Hakodate Harbours, Red Brick Warehouses, Mt. Hakodate, Goryokaku, Park, Jigokudani, Hell Valley, Onsen
      Otaru
      Otaru Canal, Kitaichi Glass Shop, Music Box Shop, Sapporo Old Government Building, Okurayama Ski Jump
      Saporro
      Shiraoi Ainu Village, Paseo Shopping Mall, Apia Underground Shopping Mall
      Hokkaido Prefecture
      Mt. Showa, Ezo Grizzly Bears, Mt. Usu, Onsen
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      Giamso Tours

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    • Day 1: Arrival - Narita
      Assemble 10.00pm at Singapore Changi International Airport Terminal 2 for your flight check in.
      Day 2: Hokkaido / Mt. Showa / Mt. Usu / Bear Ranch / Lake Toya (Via Narita) (B/L/D)
      Upon arrival, we head to the base of Mt. Showa to see the Ezo Grizzly Bears and their cubs at the Bear Ranch. Then proceed to Mt. Usu to view and feel the aftermath of the devastating earthquake. This evening relax yourself in one of the "Onsen" (hot spring bath) within the hotel. Accommodation: Toya Kanko Hotel or similar.
      Day 3: Lake Toya / Lake Hill Farm / Hakodate (B/L/D)
      This morning, visit the Lake Hill Farm to experience ice-cream making. After that, we head southward to Hakodate. Our first stop is Hakodate Harbours & Red Brick Warehouses where old brick warehouses have been renovated to serve as beer halls, restaurants and souvenir shops. Tonight we'll catch a night view of the city at Mt. Hakodate, subject to weather condition (optional Ropeway ride). Accommodation: Losir Hotel Hakodate or similar.
      Day 4: Hakodate / Noboribetsu (B/L/D)
      After breakfast, visit Hakodate Morning Market. Next, we visit Goryokaku Park, the first Western-style fortification in Japan. From here we proceed to Noboribetsu to visit Jigokudani (Hell Valley), an old site of an explosion crater. This evening relax yourself in one of the "Onsen" (hot spring bath) within the hotel. Accommodation: Noboribetsu Manseikaku Hotel or similar.
      Day 5: Noboribetsu / Ainu Shira01 Village / Paseo Shopping Mall / Apia Underground Mall / Sapporo (B/L/D)
      After breakfast, visit Shiraoi Ainu Village, to experience Ainu culture including their way of life, handicrafts and dance. Next, shopping spree at Paseo Shopping Mall and Apia Underground Shopping Mall. Accommodation: APA & Resort Hotel Sapporo or similar.
      Day 6: Sapporo / Otaru / Sapporo (B/D)
      This morning, drive to the romantic town of Otaru, famous for its glasswork shops and old stone warehouses. Photo-stop at the famous Otaru Canal and visit Kitaichi Glass Shop that sells a great variety of glass art works and glassware. At the Music Box Shop, take home a music box filled with light and sweet sound to your friends. Next, visit Sapporo Old Government Building. After that, we visit Okurayama Ski Jump a magnificent structure constructed for the 1972 Winter Olympic Games. Accommodation: APA & Resort Hotel Sapporo or similar.
      Day 7: Depart Chitose (B)
      After breakfast, we will drive pass the historic Clock Tower on our way to Odori Park for a photo-stop, Here is where Sapporo TV Tower is located. Next, visit Sapporo Beer Museum. This brick beer museum introduces the history of Sapporo beer as well as brewing processes and also a chance to taste the famous beer. Thereafter transfer to Chitose Airport for your flight back to Singapore (via Narita) with sweet memories of ANA
      • NH902 SIN/NAT 0045/0845NH2153 NRT/CTS 1010/1150
      • NH82 NH2154 CTS/NRT 1410/1550NH901 NRT/SIN 1735/2345
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    Sapporo tours, sights and activities

    5D4N Hokkaido Hot Spring (Land Only)

    Land Tour SGD498

      Highlights

      Sapporo
      hot spring, Otaru Canal, stone store houses
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      As one of Singapore's largest travel agent and tour operator, we offer the widest choice of destinations from the mainstream to the exotic ones. While we explore new destinations and venture into opening the roads less travelled, we consistently review and revisit existing ones with new itineraries and experiences. By maintaining a strong marketing and communications link with our customers, prospects, business partners and the general buying public, we attain top-of-mind recall as a reliable travel agency providing quality packages at value-for-money prices. For the past 48 years, we take pride in satisfying and surpassing our customers' expectations with tour experiences that get them to return time and again. We were also the first to set up a sophisticated online travel infrastructure and a call centre as part of our continuous efforts to offer seamless travel experiences from the first touch point to utilisation of service.

    • Day 1: Arrival – Chitose Airport - Sapporo
      Upon arrival own arrangement to Sapporo Hotel and free at leisure.
      Day 2: Sapporo – Jozankei (B/D)
      After breakfast, own arrangement to Sapporo Station North Exit for Free Shuttle to Jozankei Hotel. After check-in, enjoy the in and outdoor facilities in the hot spring area. In the evening, enjoy a local Japanese dinner.
      Day 3: Jozankei – Sapporo (B)
      Take a shuttle back to Sapporo. Free at leisure.
      Day 4: Sapporo – Otaru Bay Story Tour (B)
      After breakfast, own arrangement to Sapporo Eki-Mae Terminal for tour. 1000 – 1805. The tour will travel to all the main sites of Otaru, a town overflowing with history. Otaru is a very charming town with classic buildings and structures including the Otaru Canal and stone store houses.
      Day 5: Sapporo – Chitose Airport
      Free at Leisure, own arrangement back to Chitose Airport for flight home.
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      Package Includes:
      • Sit-in-Coach Tour Otaru Bay Story
      • 3N Accommodation at Gracery Sapporo Hotel with Breakfast
      • 1N Stay at Jozankei Manseikaku Hotel Milione with Breakfast & Dinner

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    14D13N Highlights of Japan Tokyo / Mt. Fuji / Takayama / Kanazawa / Hiroshima / Kyoto

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      Kyoto
      Origami, calligraphy, Japanese Tea Ceremony, Japanese art of ikebana, flower arrangement, Nijo Castle, Kinkakuji, Daitoku-ji Zen temple complex, Daisen-in sub temple, Kiyomizu, Pure Water, Temple
      Hakone
      Shinkansen bullet train, Hida alpine region, sake breweries, hot spring onsen bath
      Takayama
      Miyagawa, morning market, Hida No Sato, Folk Village, Takayama Festival Floats, Museum
      Hiroshima
      Peace Park and Museum, ferry ride, Miyajima Island, The Floating Torii Gate, Mt. Misen
    • Comprising over 6800 islands spanning almost 378,000 square kilometers, Japan is a vast, varied and fascinating country. Home to a unique blend of modernity and tradition, wonderful natural scenery as well as warm and friendly people, it is no wonder many yearn to go to the Land of the Rising Sun.
    • The Japan tour starts in the vibrant and lively cosmopolitan capital, Tokyo. Experience and embrace a truly diverse city, from its cultures, temples, shrines, metropolitant feel and even some nature.
    • Speaking of nature, one of Japan's most iconic figures, Mt Fuji will also be focused on at the small mountainous town of Hakone. The town is famous for its onsen natural hot springs and has an abundance of soothing natural beauty. There will be ample time to soak it all in, whether by foot, cable car and by ship.
    • Hop onboard the world famous bullet train, zipping at up to 300 kilometers an hour to Takayama, winding through tall mountains and stunning gorges along the way. Sample some sake at a local brewery, visit the local market and indulge in the town's workshops in a unique and almost isolated town.
    • Another stunning train journey awaits alongside the Sea of Japan to Kanazawa. Bask in the tranquil and charming environment, perhaps the best-preserved major Edo-period city in the country.
    • The next scenic train ride takes you to Hiroshima. The city has risen from the tragic past to proudly boast wide boulevards, a laid back ambiance and friendly people. Soak in the history and character of the city, visiting museums, parks and the Floating Torii Gate.
    • Board the bullet train one last time to Kyoto, Japan's cultural capital. From castles to shrines and hands-on activities like Calligraphy or Origami experiences, Kyoto will surely leave a positive impression.
    • The final destination on this Japan tour is Nara, the former capital during the 8th century. Experience the city's main sites with the revered deer residents; believed to be the gods' messengers.
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    • Day 1: Arrival - Tokyo
      Arrive in Tokyo, where you will be welcomed by our airport representative who will assist you with transferring by either train or shuttle bus to your hotel. The rest of the day is at your leisure.
      Day 2: Tokyo (B)
      Today you will spend a full day taking in some of the many highlights Tokyo has to offer with a local guide by public transport.First stop is nearby Meiji Jingu, Tokyo’s most famous shrine, dedicated to the spirit of the late Emperor Meiji. The shrine is a popular site for Japanese Weddings; if you are lucky you may see a bride and groom dressed in traditional Shintowedding attire.From old to new Tokyo as we then take a walk down Omotesando, commonly referred to as Tokyo’s Champs-Elysee. This broad, tree lined avenue features a multitude of fashion flagship stores designed by internationally renowned architects within a short distance of each other.A short subway ride will then take us to Asakusa, part of Tokyo’s Shitamachi, or old town. Asakusa is home to Sensoji Temple, Tokyo’s oldest Buddhist temple, and is also the city’s oldest Geisha district. The streets around Sensoji have many traditional shops selling Japanese crafts and souvenirs and are a delight to wander through.We will then see Tokyo from a different angle as we take a cruise down the Sumida Gawariver by boat to Hamarikyu-Teien. This stunning former private garden of an Edo Period lord is an oasis surrounded by a sea of skyscrapers. Note: The order of this itinerary may change according to the location of your hotel. Overnight in Tokyo.
      Day 3: Tokyo – Optional Kamakura Day Trip (B)
      Today is a day at leisure for you to explore this amazing city. Make an early start to visit the world Famous Tsukji Fish Market, visit the electronics district of Akihabara or discover Tokyo’s world class museums and art galleries. Or, you can choose to make an excursion outside of Tokyo to the delightful seaside town of Kamakura. One of Japan’s former capitals, Kamakura is a home to many ancient temples and the Daibutsu, a giant bronze Buddha. Kamakura is 1 hour by train from Tokyo. We will provide you with detailed information of all the options available to you. Overnight in Tokyo.
      Day 4: Tokyo – Hakone / Mt. Fuji (B/D)
      An early start today as you leave Tokyo behind and make the 2 hour journey to Hakone, the gateway to Mt. Fuji and surrounding national park. This small town is famous for its onsen (natural hot springs), and has natural beauty in abundance.Armed with your included Transport Pass, you can take advantage of the numerous forms of transport on offer throughout the Park. Ride the world’s second longest cable car up Mt. Owakudani, passing over sulfurous fumes, hot springs and hot rivers in this volcanic area, where you can eat an egg hard boiled in the sulfuric hot springs which make Hakone famous. If you do, it will add seven years to your life! A majestic replica pirate ship will sweep you across the Lake Ashinoko, a lake formed by a volcanic eruption 3000 years ago, and the Hakone Tozan ‘switchback train’ zigzags though the mountains, giving amazing views of the surrounding valleys. Throughout the day you will have the chance to get a glimpse of Mt. Fuji, however please keep in mind that she is a notoriously shy mountain and it needs to be a clear day.Hakone offers many other options as well, including the Hakone Open Air Museum, featuring sculptures from world renowned artists set against the back drop of Hakone’s picturesque mountains. Of course, there are hundreds of onsen to try as well. We will provide you with detailed information of all the options available to you. Tonight, you stay in a traditional Japanese-style ryokan accommodation, complete with tatami mats, shoji rice paper sliding doors and onsen baths. This evening, relax in your yukata (lightweight kimono), and dine on a sumptuous kaiseki multi course meal, served by kimono clad waitresses. An onsen after dinner is highly recommended before you bed down on your futon. Overnight in Hakone.
      Day 5: Hakone / Mt. Fuji – Takayama (B/D)
      Time for one last soak in the onsen before undertaking the 4 hour train journey to Takayama. The first leg will be on the world famous Shinkansen bullet train, which reaches speeds of up to 300km/h. You will then change onto the Limited Express Hida Wide view for the one of the most scenic train journeys in Japan, winding your way through tall mountains and stunning gorges. Due to its previously inaccessible location nestled high in the mountainous Hida alpine region, this beautifully preserved old town was cut off from the rest of Japan, allowing it to develop its own unique culture. This afternoon we recommend visiting one of the town’s many sake breweries for a taste of the local drop, its high quality due to the area’s clean water sources. Tonight, you will stay in Japanese style ryokan accommodation with hot spring onsen bath. Overnight in Takayama.
      Day 6: Takayama (B)
      After breakfast head up to the Miyagawa morning market with stalls selling local crafts and produce. This is a great opportunity to try some of the region’s delicious fruit and vegetables. A short bus ride will take you to Hida No Sato Folk Village, an open air museum exhibiting over 30 typical farmhouses and other traditional buildings from the Hida region. There is also a workshop in the village illustrating how many of Japan's famous handicrafts are made, including wood carving, tie-dying, weaving, and lacquering. In the afternoon, you can visit the Takayama Festival Floats Museum, displaying floats from the famous Takayama festival, or simply wander through the beautifully preserved old town. Overnight in Takayama.
      Day 7: Takayama – Kanazawa (B)
      Another stunning journey today as you continues your train journey alongside the Sea of Japan to Kanazawa. In the 17th century this beautifully preserved castle town was Japan's wealthiest, and it became a thriving center for culture and arts. This afternoon, we would recommend visiting the Nagamachi Samurai district, including a visit to the Saihitsuan Yuzen Silk Center, offering demonstrations of the centuries-old Yuzen silk painting technique as well as the Nomura Samurai House, a traditional Japanese home with tea-ceremony room, an interior courtyard garden and artifacts from the Edo period. Overnight in Kanazawa.
      Day 8: Kanazawa (B)
      The highlight of any visit to Kanazawa is Kenroku-en Garden. Ranked one of the top three in Japan, its breathtaking beauty shines through in any season. A visit to the imposing Kanazawa Castle next door is also a must do. There are several Kanazawa lacquer ware and pottery galleries near the Park, as well as the impressive Museum of Contemporary Art. Kanazawa is also home to many interesting temples as well as a bustling seafood market. We can arrange for a volunteer guide to join you today. Overnight in Kanazawa.
      Day 9: Kanazawa - Hiroshima (B)
      Back on the train for the 4 hour journey to Hiroshima. Perhaps more than any city in the world, Hiroshima is famous for one moment in history on 6 August 1945 it became the first target of an atomic bomb. However, Hiroshima has risen phoenix-like from the ashes, and rebuilt itself as one of Japan's most laid back, vibrant cities full of wide boulevards and Art Museums, great food and friendly, welcoming people. This afternoon, you will have time to visit your exploration of Hiroshima. Overnight in Hiroshima.
      Day 10: Hiroshima (B)
      This morning head to the Peace Park and Museum for a sobering reminder of the events 65 years ago. However, far from being a depressing experience the overriding theme of the Museum is one of hope and peace. In the afternoon, you can take a short ferry ride to Miyajima Island, a famous wooded island located in the Inland Sea near Hiroshima. Here you will find perhaps the most photographed site in Japan - The Floating Torii Gate. Designated as one of Japan's '3 Most Beautiful Views', the shrine itself dates back to the 6th century and is designed in a pier like structure. Mere 'commoners' were not allowed to set foot on this holy place. You will have time to explore the island and its many shrines and temples, sample local goodies like maple leaf shaped cakes, and have the option to hike up to the peak of the island, Mt. Misen, to see spectacular views of the surrounding islands. Overnight in Hiroshima.
      Day 11: Hiroshima - Kyoto (B)
      Time for one last ride on the Shinkansen as you undertake the 2 hour journey by Shinkansen to Japan’s cultural capital, Kyoto. Kyoto is home to an astonishing 2000 Shrines and Temples, including 17 UNESCO World Heritage Sights. This afternoon, you will have the opportunity to visit the home of an instructor of one of Japan’s Traditional Arts. You will learn the basics of Origami (literally ‘folding paper’), calligraphy (learn how to draw kanji) and the Japanese Tea Ceremony. You will also be able to observe an instructor performing the Japanese art of ikebana (flower arrangement). Overnight in Kyoto.
      Day 12: Kyoto (B)
      Today you explore the former imperial capital with a knowledgeable local guide, utilizing Kyoto’s comprehensive bus system to visit some of Kyoto’s World Heritage Sites. You will start your day with a visit to Nijo Castle. This ornamental castle was built by the founder of the Edo Shogunate as his Kyoto residence and is surrounded by stunning surrounding gardens. The main building was completed in 1603, and is famous for its Momoyama architecture, decorated sliding doors and‘chirping’ nightingale floors. Continue on to Kinkakuji, the Golden Pavilion. Originally built as a retirement villa for the Shogun, after his death it became a Buddhist Temple at his request, and is now one of Kyoto’s most famous temples. The final stop of the morning is Daitoku-ji Zen temple complex, which consists of a main temple and 22 sub-temples. You will visit Daisen-in sub temple, which was founded in 1464 and has one of Japan’s best Zen rock gardens, perfect for a spot of Zazen meditation after a busy morning. After lunch, visit Kiyomizu (Pure Water) Temple. From the 13m high veranda jutting out from the Main Hall you can enjoy amazing views of the whole of Kyoto, whilst pondering the fact that both the Main Hall and Veranda were built without the use of nails or any kind of joiners. Finish off the day with a stroll through the atmospheric Higashiyama district, whose busy lanes lead up to Kiyomizu and are filled with quaint shops selling souvenirs including Kiyomizu-yaki pottery, sweets and pickles.
      Day 13: Kyoto and Nara (B)
      This morning you will make the short 45min trip by train to Nara. For 74 years during the 8th century Nara was Japan’s capital and many of the temples and shrines built at that time still remain. We would recommend visiting Todaiji Temple, the world’s largest wooden building and home to Japan’s largest Buddha, and Kasuga Taisha, Nara’s most celebrated shrine. You will also have time to wander through Nara Park, called Deer Park by locals due to the large population of tame deer living there. The afternoon is free for you to continue your sightseeing in Nara or Kyoto. Overnight in Kyoto.
      Day 14: Kyoto - Departure (B)
      After Breakfast, enjoy your day at leisure until your included transfer to Kansai Airport. If departing from Tokyo Narita airport, we can arrange a return ticket to Narita Airport (4 hours) as well as an additional night in Tokyo if required.
      • Our Services Includes:
        • Hotel accommodation in twin room with daily breakfast.
        • Meals as mentioned in the itinerary (B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner).
        • Airport Meet and Greet and return airport transfers
        • 7 Day Japan Rail Pass, PASMO Tokyo transport pass and Hakone Transport Pass
        • English-speaking local guide in Tokyo (1 day) and Kyoto (1 day)
        • All Entrance Fees and Transport on Day 2 and 12.
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      • Our Services Do Not Includes:
        • International and Domestic Flights (quoted separately).
        • Personal expenses (drinks, laundry, telephone, etc.).
        • Meals other than mentioned above.
        • Travel insurance. (We strongly recommend the purchase of travel insurance that covering emergency medical evacuation)
        • Other services not clearly indicated in the package inclusions above.
      • Pricing Note:
        • Reservations during weekends, peak periods and Japanese public holidays will be subject to Supplementary Charges.
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    Japan Travel Tips And Things To Do

    Japan is one of archipelagic states in Asia which is rightfully proud of its inventions, solid economic condition, and cultural wealth. Japan tour package price list are usually quite expensive, but it is worth it because Japan offers travellers extraordinary tourist destinations and modern public facilities. During your tour to Japan, you might feel that you are in another world because this country has rare uniqueness, start from its communities, cultures, fashion tastes, to technology innovations.

    There are many tourist destinations you must visit, which scattered in various cities around Japan. Tokyo should be the number one city that is listed in your itinerary. During your time there, enjoy Tokyo Disneyland, Ghibli Museum, Tokyo Skytree, Yoyogi Park, Shibuya, Shinjuku, Akihabara, Tsukiji Fish Market, Harajuku, Sensoji Temple, and many more. Other fascinating cities in Japan that must become your stopover are Kyoto and Nara. In these two cities, you can relish Japanese culture by visiting numerous temples, such as Ginkaku-ji Temple, Kinkaku-ji Temple, Kyoto Imperial Palace, Todaiji Temple, and Nara Park. Make sure your holiday package do not miss a visitation to Osaka which keeps bizarre tourist attractions, like Osaka Castle, Universal Studios Japan, Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan, Tennoji Park, and many more.

    It might be a good idea to learn some Japanese words since Japanese people really appreciate tourists who try to speak their language. To sum up, the main key to enjoy your holiday there is experiencing combination of cultural trip and trip to modern and futuristic places in Japan.

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