6D4N Osaka Tour Package

6D4N Osaka Tour Package (Tour Code: JAP6D4AH001)

Tour Highlight

Return airport transfer
Private tour - minimum 4 pax
No shopping stop - chinese speaking only
5 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 4 dinner
Osaka, Kyoto, Tokyo (In/out OSAKA)

English Itinerary

Day  1: Kuala Lumpur - Osaka Kansai International Airport

Assemble at Kuala Lumpur  International Airport for your flight to Osaka Kansai International Airport .

 

Day  2: Kobe – Maiko Marine Promenade ( Akashi Kaikyo Bride ) – Kikumasamune Sake Museumm-Nankinmachi (ChinaTown) –Motomachi Shopping street  –  Meriken Park ( Shabu Shabu Buffet Dinner )  

Upon arrival at Osaka – Kansai International Airport, you will meet your driver guide , and proceed….                                                                                                                                          

Maiko Marine Promenade(舞子海上散步道) : Maiko Marine Promenade is an excursion-style promenade which is built on Kobe side of the Akashi Kaikyo Bridge, known as the longest central span of any suspension bridge in the world, with approximately 47m in height above the sea-level, 150m in height above the ground, and protruded 317m beyond the bridge.Walking on a log 47m above the sea-level would be so intense! The information about the Akashi Kaikyo Bridge is located on the first floor at the entrance of the promenade. You would feel like you were on top of the main pole (app. 300m in height) of the Akashi Kaikyo Bridge if you look through a observatory camera system in the lounge located on the 8th floor. Enjoy your journey on the marine promenade as you look over the great view of the Akashi Kaikyo Bridge

Kikumasamune Sake Museum (菊正宗酒造记念馆 ): It is the only facility exhibits "Sake brewing utensils of Nada" which are appointed as important tangible folk-cultural properties of Japan. It is a museum of Sake which exhibits the secret techniques of brewing Sake inherited by Toji masters in Tamba region to the present.You can find your favorite one by tasting variety of Sake including freshly brewed unheated Sake for free.

Nankinmachi (Chinatown) 神户南京町(中華街):The only China Town in the Kansai region. The chinese food stores and huge variety of delicious restaurants make it a very popular tourist spot.

Motomachi Shopping Street ( 元町商店街)  : Motomachi (literally meaning “the original town of Kobe”) was formed in 1874 and became one of shopping hubs in Kobe. The 1.2 kilo meter long Motomachi shopping street offers 300 dining and shopping choices including +100-year-old shops and new shops.

Meriken Park (神户港湾) : The landmark Kobe Port, cozy breeze and cruise ships at Meriken Park define what Kobe is about. lluminated Port Tower one of the oldest port towns in Japan.

Hotel :  Osaka Plaza Hotel http://plazaosaka.com/eng/ or

               Osaka Joytel Hotel https://www.joytelhotels.com/osaka/global/en/  Or similar

 

Day 3: Nara   –  Deer Park  –  Todaiji Temple  –  Osaka -  Osaka Castle Park – Shinsaibashi   Shopping Street  -   Dotonbori  ( Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner)

Deer Park (鹿公園): The deer, about 1200 (sort of) wild deer, are really used to visitors and a lot of times will pose nicely with you. If they find out you have food to give them they will follow you around for a little bit and sometimes call their friends over. You can purchase deer-crackers (鹿煎餅 Shika-senbei) to feed the deer in the park. 

Todaiji Temple (東大寺): In 728, the Emperor Shomu, who placed great importance upon Buddhism, founded Todai-ji Temple, now inscribed as a World Cultural Heritage Site. Daibutsu-den (Great Buddha Hall) is 57 meters long and 50 meters wide, making it the world's largest wooden structure. The hall enshrines a huge statue of the great Buddha. Weighing approximately 300 tons and standing some 15 meters tall, it is the largest Buddha statue in the world.

Osaka Castle Park (大阪城公園): It was originally built by Hideyoshi Toyotomi (1536-1598) a well-known warlord who brought the whole country under his rule in the late 16th century. It has been burned down in a series of battles in the 17th century, and reconstructed later. Once again it was destroyed by fire, its donjon only reduced to ashes this time, and was reconstructed at last early in the 20th century.  Shinsaibashi Shopping Street (心斋桥购物区) :  The major shopping paradise in downtown Osaka. 

Dotonbori (道顿堀) : This food paradise has two rows of eateries packed wall-to-wall with Japanese nosh of every imaginable kinds and prices. With the lights of neon sign boards touting as colourful as a rainbow, this is the good reason why Osaka is called “The Kitchen of Japan”. This is also the place where all started Takoyaki, Okonomiyaki, (conveyor belt sushi), Hometown Noodle (Ramen, Udon), etc..

Hotel :  Osaka Plaza Hotel http://plazaosaka.com/eng/ or

               Osaka Joytel Hotel https://www.joytelhotels.com/osaka/global/en/ Or similar

 

Day 4:  Kyoto   –   Kiyomizu-Dera  –  Fushimi Inari Taisha - Kingakuji Temple ( Golden Pavilion)   (Breakfast / Lunch / Teppanyaki Buffet Dinner)  

Kiyomizu Temple(清水寺) : Famous for its principal sanctuary, built on a steep cliff. It is registered as a world cultural heritage in 1994. The 139 Zelkova pillars that support the balcony are over 12 metres tall. It is a popular site for the tourists because it commands a wonderful view of the city of Kyoto.

Fushimi Inari Taisha (伏見稲荷大社) : Since early Japan, Inari was seen as the patron of business, and merchants and manufacturers have traditionally worshipped Inari. Each of the torii at Fushimi Inari Taisha is donated by a Japanese business. First and foremost, though, Inari is the god of rice.

Kingakuji Temple (Golden Pavilion) (金閣寺): The temple was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994. the temple's official name is Rokuon-ji. was constructed in 1224 as a second house for an aristocrat. Later, Shogun Ashikaga Yoshimitsu (1358-1408) took it over as his residence, and after his death, it was converted into a temple. The famous novel "Kinkaku-ji" by Yukio Mishima (1925-1970) is based on an incident in 1950 when a young monk, obsessed by the temple's beauty, set fire to it and burnt it down.

Hotel : Osaka Plaza Hotel http://plazaosaka.com/eng/ or

              Osaka Joytel Hotel https://www.joytelhotels.com/osaka/global/en/  Or similar 

 

Day 5:  Free  &  Easy  Day ( Breakfast)   

Today is a free day for all to explore  Osaka City by JR Train to major shopping district such as Umeda, Shisaibashi, American Village, Shinsekai , etc.. or  you can choice ;

Optional : Universal Studio Japan (www.usj.co.jp)   ( Adult :Yen7900 / Child : Yen5400 )

     (Transportation and Entrance are at own expense)

Hotel :   Osaka Plaza Hotel http://plazaosaka.com/eng/ or

               Osaka Joytel Hotel https://www.joytelhotels.com/osaka/global/en/   Or similar

 

Day 6: Free at Leisure -    Osaka -  / Kuala Lumpur (Breakfast ) 

After breakfast, free at own leisure till your transfer to  Kansai International Airport for your flight back t0 Kuala Lumpur.

(Apologize for any inconvenience caused if due to unforeseen circumstances, the sequence of itinerary is subjected to local agent’s arrangement)    

 

Inclusion:

  • 4 nights hotel twin shared basis
  • 4 days each use within 10 hours per day + 1 x airport transfer 
  • Mandarin speaking driver cum guide (for 4-9 pax in a group)
  • Mandarin speaking driver cum guide (for more than 10 pax in a group)
  • 4 breakfast, 2 lunches, 2 dinner + 1 hotel dinner
  • Admission fee : 东大寺, 清水寺, 金阁寺,
  • Strictly for minimum 4 adults and above

Exclusion:

  • International flight ticket & airport taxes
  • Tipping to driver and tour guide RM40/day/person

Terms & Conditions:

  1. Minimum 2 paxs travelling & valid for Malaysian & Singapore passport holder only
  2. Travelling Period: Now– 30 Apr 2019
  3. The definition of Child is aged from 2 to 11 years old
  4. Child no bed pays 70% of adult price, child with bed pays 100% of adult price, minimum 2 paying adults to entitle for child price.
  5. Please note that this is only a quotation and no reservation or arrangement has been made.
  6. Above rates are valid for FIT booking only.
  7. We reserved the right to amend, delete or add to the terms & conditions without prior notice if no confirmed booking is made.
  8. All rates quoted based on Malaysian Market & subject to change without prior notice.
  9. We reserve the right to change the price subject to currency fluctuations or any unforeseen increment of ground arrangement by local government such as the cost of fuel, taxes, and fees before full payment is received.
  10. Any unutilized services, unused tours or hotel rooms are non-refundable.

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Group sizePrice per pax per package - Min 4 Pax
4RM4400
5RM4170
6RM3840
7RM3600
8-10RM3420
Japan high season surcharge / per person / per trip :

X`mas : 12/20 - 12/25 +RM260/Pax
New Year : 12/26 - 1/6 +RM350/Pax
Chinese New year : 2/1 - 2/10 +RM350/Pax
Sakura Season : 3/16-4/16 +RM350/Pax
Golden Week Holidays : 4/26 - 5/6 +RM350/Pax

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