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Japan Tour Package from Singapore - Uncover the Best Experiences

As a country that is steeped in both history and culture, Japan is a popular destination for many. Whether you are embarking on a foodie trail or going on a tour of ancient palaces, each moment is filled with new experiences and fun things to do.

Four Seasons in Japan

Japan has four seasons: spring, summer, autumn and winter. These seasonal changes give rise to a variety of unique sights and sounds each time you visit the country. In autumn, leaves turn burnt orange to transform the scenery into a breathtaking one. During winter, you may be able to experience snow and even participate in the many winter activities in places like Hokkaido and Nikko. Spring and summer are no exception – Japan is after all famous for its cherry blossoms during this time, especially in places such as Tokyo and Nagoya.

With a wide range of tour packages for the whole family, dine, shop, see and play during your entire trip from Singapore to Japan, and back again!

Why Travel to Japan?

A trip to Japan offers adventure at every corner, whether you want to learn about the rich heritage of the country at the UNESCO World Heritage Sites or treat your tastebuds to the diverse Japanese cuisine.

From the chance to explore some of the world’s most magnificent castles and temples, to relaxing in an Onsen hot spring, here are some of the best reasons why you should visit Japan.

1. Seamless transportation

Japan is home to some of the fastest and most efficient transportation modes in the world. The lightning-fast Shinkansen trains will bring you from city to city quickly by reaching top speeds of up to 300 km/h. It also comes with a comprehensive selection of luxury services onboard, making your journey even more enjoyable. Apart from the bullet trains, you can also take advantage of the network of buses, subway services and even cabs.

2. Clean and hygienic

Japanese people have a reputation for being clean and neat, so you can expect the same in their homes and public spaces. As you’re touring the country, you’ll notice how clean and tidy everything is. Go one step further by learning about Japanese etiquette before you visit – your efforts to respect their culture will be greatly appreciated by the locals.

3. Abundance of natural landscapes

From the awe-inspiring blooms in Kansai to the iconic Mount Fuji, Japan has no lack of natural scenery. It is also home to a variety of hidden gems such as the Arashiyama bamboo forest or the Ritsurin landscape gardens on Shikoku Island. The cherry blossoms will also peak in April, so don’t forget to visit common cherry blossom viewing spots such as Hirosaki Castle Park or Shinjuku Gyoen while you’re there.

4. Rich in heritage

Japan is known for its rich history, so it’s no surprise that many people from around the world will want to tour some of the world-famous palaces, temples and other attractions. Apart from getting a glimpse of the lives of the people in the past, these locations also make for interesting selfies and photo memories.

5. Technologically advanced

It can be hard to imagine that a country so steeped in tradition and culture can be so technologically advanced, but Japan is just that. This comes as no surprise, though. With futuristic public toilets and giant interactive robots, you’re probably already familiar with the high-tech quirks Japan has to offer. Get a glimpse of these advancements at the robotics exhibition in Miraikan, also known as the National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation in the Odaiba district.

Visit Japan on a Tour Today

Want to explore Japan, but not sure where to go? Here’s where we can help! At EU Holidays, we bring you on a memorable journey around Japan to explore the unique attractions all around.

Our tour packages from Singapore are perfect for those who want to experience the best of what the country can offer. From the bustling street of Tokyo to the tranquil beauty of Kyoto, you’ll get to see it all.

Want to visit other places such as Korea or even exotic destinations around the world? Check out our other packages today, or contact us for more information.

Frequently Asked Questions About Japan Tour Package from Singapore

1. How much would a Japan tour cost?

There are two common ways to go about visiting Japan as a tourist: booking a packaged tour or planning your own trip. Both options have their merits and their costs differ as well. While a tour package may seem hefty at first, it usually includes flights, hotels, transportation and leisure activities. The good news is that you can also opt for a free and easy tour which you can customise to your needs and preferences while keeping your travel costs under control.

2. When is the best time to visit Japan?

Given its seasonal nature, Japan can be fun to tour all year round. However, you can also take into consideration the weather. For example, winters in Hokkaido can be extremely cold, with the average lowest temperature at -4°C. This may not be ideal for those who prefer a warmer climate. Instead, you can consider visiting Japan during the start of autumn, where the weather is relatively cool but comfortable.

3. How many days should I spend in Japan?

With its diverse activities and attractions, you can spend two weeks in Japan and never run out of things to do. For first-timers, however, seven to nine days would be a good duration, allowing you to explore various cities and places of interest at a comfortable pace. For example, the Autumn Love in Hokkaido at Autumn Leaves itinerary brings you on a nature and heritage jaunt across prefectures such as Jozankei, Sounkyo, Niseko and Sapporo all within eight days.


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