In Tokyo Out Osaka 


Min 2-To-Go

7 Days  6 Nights
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  • Imperial Palace (Kokyo Gaien National Garden) A tranquil ring of nature and moats around the royal palace. The knotty black pine trees, the imposing statue of samurai warrior Kusunoki Masashige, and views of the famous Nijubashi Bridge are just a few highlights of the park's spacious grounds.

  • Ginza shopping districts are lined with world-renowned department stores and name-brand shops catering to those with sophisticated tastes. There are also many upmarket, long-established restaurants and bars nearby.

  • Asakusa Sensoji Temple is Tokyo’s most visited temple. The main entrance to the temple complex is via the fantastic, red Kaminari-mon and busy shopping street Nakamise-dori. Before passing through the gate, look to either side to see statues of Fūjin (the god of wind) and Raijin (the god of thunder), and under the giant red lantern to see a beautifully carved dragon. Stalls along Nakamise-dōri sell everything from tourist trinkets to genuine Edo-style crafts. At the end of Nakamise-dōri is the temple itself, and to your left, you’ll spot the 55m-high Five–Storey Pagoda. You can see Sky Tree which is Japan's tallest structure and a symbol of Tokyo.

  • Shinjuku With the dubious distinction of being home to the busiest train station in the world, Shinjuku has so much to offer. From modern high rises to green oases, it's a mecca for shopping, eating and relaxing.

  • Arakurayama Sangen Park A vividly-hued park with an unbeatable view of Mt. Fuji. Arakura Fuji Sengen-jinja Shrine and its pagoda sit proudly in beautiful Arakurayama Sengen Park. The pagoda is perfectly positioned for spectacular views of distant Mt. Fuji.

  • Oshino Hakkai A beautiful collection of eight ponds are scattered around Oshino Hakkai, each with its very own story to tell. Hakkai, or "Eight Seas," refers to the eight pools of water that are the main attraction at Oshino Hakkai. Bridges and pathways lead you around and over these tranquil ponds. The traditional thatched roof buildings, slowly spinning water wheels, and amazing view of Mt. Fuji all transport you to another era.

  • Matsumoto Castle is Japan's oldest wooden castle and one of four castles designated National Treasures – the others are Hikone, Himeji and Inuyama. The striking black-and-white three-turreted donjon (main keep) was completed around 1595, earning the nickname Karasu-jō (Crow Castle). You can climb steep steps all the way to the top, with impressive views and historical displays on each level.

  • Hirayu Folk Museum is an arcane sightseeing spot within the Hirayu Hot Spring Resort exhibiting two old private houses: one was relocated over 40 years ago from Toga Village in Toyama Prefecture; and the other is the former Toyosaka family residence relocated from the Kurabashira District, a recognized cultural asset of Takayama City. You can tour free of charge inside the houses to learn about the lifestyle of folks in the old days, and also rest and relax there if you wish. Exhibits include a traditional irori fireplace, farm equipment and household items, statues carved by the Japanese Buddhist monk and poet Enku, among other fascinating items from the past.

  • Hirayu Onsen Ashiyu Park (Foot Bath) The comfortable space with the smell of trees is good for the heart, and the warmth is best to relieve fatigue. In addition to being free, this pleasant spot is open 24 hours a day, making it somewhere that gently heals visitors of all ages.

  • Miyagawa Morning Market, A morning market to make you hungry as you start your day. The Miyagawa Morning Market has existed in one form or another for more than two centuries, and it's still a hub for fresh produce.

  • Takayama Sanmachi Historic District was once a bustling hub drawing expert artisans, farmers, and merchants from throughout the surrounding area, and Sanmachi and Oshinmachi preserve the traditional aesthetic of this time. Enter this district, and you step into the closest thing to the Edo period outside of a historical drama.

  • Shirakawago Village At the foot of the sacred Mt. Hakusan, Shirakawa-go is one of Gifu's must-visit destinations. Recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, this beautiful traditional village is the definition of picture-postcard perfect.

  • Kiyomizu Temple A buzzing hive of activity perched on a hill overlooking the basin of Kyoto, Kiyomizu Temple is one of Kyoto's most popular and enjoyable temples.

  • Kinkakuji Temple Kyoto's famed 'Golden Pavilion', Kinkaku-ji is one of Japan's best-known sights. The main hall, covered in brilliant gold leaf, shining above its reflecting pond is truly spectacular.

  • Fushimi Inari Shrine With seemingly endless arcades of vermilion torii (shrine gates) spread across a thickly wooded mountain, this vast shrine complex is a world unto its own. It is, quite simply, one of the most impressive and memorable sights in Kyoto.

  • Dotonbori Shinsaibashi - Bright lights, big city, in vibrant Osaka style. Come and experience the liveliest and most colourful area of Osaka.


Package Price (per person/twin or triple share):

  • Adult: MYR 7,770

  • Single Supplement: MYR 235 per pax per night

  • Saturday & Eve of public holiday Surcharge: MYR 160 per pax per night

  • No Bed Child sharing with TWN/TRP: 60% of adult rate

**Please kindly note: Only one child less than 6 years old per room can accommodate sharing a bed with parents. (Except infant)


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  • All bookings are subject to room availability.

  • Additional surcharges will be applied on

    • Saturday & Eve of public holiday Surcharge: MYR 160 per pax per night

  • Only one child less than 6 years old per room can be accommodated to share a bed with the parents. (Except infant)

  • Airport transfer and tour are based on seat-in-coach (SIC).

  • Booking & Travel period: Now until Apr 2023.

MYR 7,770
Per person
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Day 1
Arrival NRT → Tokyo
Shinjuku Washington Hotel or similar
Arrival at Narita International Airport (NRT) in the afternoon. Meet and greet by our conductor and transfer to Tokyo city by SIC transfer. Hotel check-in
Day 2
Breakfast | Lunch | Dinner
Shinjuku Washington Hotel or similar
Visit at Asakusa Sensoji Temple, Nakamise Street, Sky Tree (photo stop), Imperial Palace Plaza, Ginza, Shinjuku
Day 3
Tokyo → Mr. Fuji → Lake Kawaguchi
Breakfast | Lunch | Dinner
Tominoko Hotel or similar
Visit Mt. Fuji 5th station (if weather permits), Arakurayama Sengen Park, Oshino Hakkai
Day 4
Lake Kawaguchi → Matsumoto → Okuhida → Takayama
Breakfast | Lunch | Dinner
Hida Plaza Hotel or similar
Visit at Matsumoto Castle, Hirayu Minzokukan (Folk Museum), Hirayu Onsen Ashiyu Park (Foot Bath)
Day 5
Takayama → Shirakawago → Osaka
Breakfast | Lunch | Dinner
Hotel Plaza Osaka or similar
Visit at Miyagawa Morning Market, Takayama Sanmachi Historic District​, Shirakawago Village
Day 6
Osaka → Kyoto → Osaka
Breakfast | Lunch | Dinner
Hotel Plaza Osaka or similar
Visit Kiyomizu Temple or Kinkakuji Temple, Fushimi Inari Shrine, Dotonbori/Shinsaibashi
Day 7
Osaka → KIX Departure
Transfer to Kansai International Airport (KIX) by SIC transfer for your flight home.
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MYR 7,770
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  • 6 nights accommodation

  • Meals as per itinerary.

  • Coach & tour coordinator cum guide throughout the tour. (Day 01 & Day 7 – SIC transfer)

  • Registration with ERFS system.

  • 1 Disposable mask (every day)

  • International flight ticket, airport taxes & fuel surcharge

  • Hotel porterage

  • Tipping for a local guide and driver

  • Personal expenses

  • Saturday and Eve of public holiday Surcharge

  • Any programmes, meals, transfers, and others not mentioned in the itinerary

  • Travel Insurance