JP 6D5N JP02

From S$1,640 per person
– Private tour land package.
– ERFS certificate and requisite tour conductor
– Touring program with vehicle and driver
– English-speaking guide
– Accommodation in 3-star hotel in city centre.
– Meals as stated on itinerary.
– Includes entrance fees as per itinerary.

ITINERARY
Day 01 – Kansai Airport to Kyoto
Day 02 – Kyoto
Day 03 – Kyoto to Osaka
Day 04 – Osaka to Nara to Osaka
Day 05 – Osaka
Day 06 – Osaka to Kansai Airport
6D5N Japan Tokyo and Mount Fuji
  • Inclusive of ERFS certificate & requisite tour conductor
  • Customise your own tour into a “Guided Tour Package”
  • Choose your own departure date
Day 01 – ARRIVE KANSAI – KYOTO

Upon arrival at Kansai Airport, transfer to Kyoto hotel for check-in.  Proceed to tour Kyoto city.  Highlights include: Fushimi Inari Shrine (with thousands of torii gates leading to a sacred Shinto shrine), Kiyomizu-dera (a magnificent wooden temple supported by pillars off the slope of a mountain), and historical cobbled stone alleys Sannenzaka and Ninenzaka (both of which are between 100-150m long and lined with traditional Japanese buildings, shops, cafes and inns, and surrounded by several famous landmarks such as Yasaka Shrine, Maruyama Park, Yasaka-no-to Pagoda and Kodaiji Zen Temple).


Day 02 – KYOTO  [B]

After breakfast, continue to visit some of Kyoto’s famous attractions.  Highlights include: Arashiyama Bamboo Grove (paths lined with endless rows of towering bamboo and Japan’s most famous bamboo forest), Kinkaku-ji (“Golden Pavilion” and probably one of Kyoto’s most iconic sites) and photo-stops at Nijo Castle and Kyoto Imperial Palace


Day 03 – KYOTO – OSAKA  [B]

Depart Kyoto and travel to Osaka, a port city renowned for its food culture, nightlife and traditional temples and monuments.  Go on a walking tour to visit some of Osaka’s top tourist attractions including the Osaka Castle (one of Japan’s most iconic monument with a history that dates back almost 450 years) and Dotonbori, an incredibly vibrant and colourful district by day and most certainly by night.


Day 04 – OSAKA – NARA – OSAKA  [B]

After breakfast, travel to Nara, the first capital of Japan.  Highlights at Nara include: Todai-ji (a magnificent Buddhist temple and a UNESCO World Heritage Site) and Nara’s famous deer park (where you can mingle with and even feed the free roaming deer).


Day 05 – OSAKA  [B]

After breakfast, visit the Floating Garden Observatory at the iconic Umeda Sky Building for a bird eye’s view of Osaka’s cityscape.  Take a ride on the HEP Five Ferris Wheel, another famous landmark of Osaka.  Thereafter, go on a boat ride on the Aqua-Liner, a specially designed cruise boat with a glass roof affording unimpeded views of Osaka’s cityscape including some of its iconic monuments and structures as it cruises along the Okawa River.  End the day at the popular shopping district of Shinsaibashi.  As one of the busiest and oldest shopping streets in Japan, it stretches some 600m long and is packed with trendy boutiques, high-end retailers, traditional crafts and kimono shops and endless selection of gourmet restaurants and cafes.


Day 06 – DEPART OSAKA  [B]

Transfer from hotel to airport for your departure flight.


 

Whether you prefer the above itinerary “as-is” or have it customised, if you will indicate the start/end dates of your intended travel and provide your contact details, we will get in touch with you to discuss the itinerary on a no-obligations basis on your part.

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