Valid From 01 September 2019 Until 20 April 2020
5 DAYS 4 NIGHTS Osaka, Honshu
5 Days 4 Nights Kansai Historical - Osaka & Kobe & Nara & Kyoto
5天4夜关西经典游 - 大阪 & 神户 & 奈良 & 京都(独立成团)
HIGHLIGHT: Valid for travellers arrived daily schedule at Osaka Kansai Airport.   Private Service. 4 To Go Ground Package (minimum 4 adults per booking). 6 To Go Ground Package (minimum 6 adults per booking). 8 To Go Ground Package (minimum 8-9 adults per booking).
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PACKAGE INCLUSIVE
  • 02 nights hotel accommodation in Osaka and 02 nights hotel accommodation in Kyoto
  • Daily breakfasts, 04 lunches and 04 dinners
  • 04 full days sightseeing with entrance fee - Tour start from arrival day (Maximum 10 hours car usage per day)
  • One way hotel-Osaka Kansai airport transfer
  • Chinese speaking driver guide service
  • Private Service (Except cruise, flight, train or sightseeing public coach if any involved)
PACKAGE EXCLUDE
  • International air ticket
  • Individual expenses
PACKAGE COMPULSORY
COMPULSORY ITEMS A C
Agency Collection Fee 30.00 30.00
Tipping for driver guide 170.00 170.00
PACKAGE OPTIONAL
GENERAL TERMS
  • Rates quoted are subject to change without prior notice and/or upon hotel confirmation. This may be due to any special event and any immediate room surcharges implied by the hotel.
  • No refunds are given for any unused portion of this package or during tour.
  • An infant is no charged; hence no seat/ no bed is allocated to infants. Child rate applies if a seat is required for airport transfer. Additional rate applies for hotel baby cot request.
  • The above itinerary is for reference only and visiting sequences may be different, and is subject to any necessary changes in accordance to local requirements.
  • 12fly of Malaysian Harmony shall not be liable for any loses or expenses incurred due to delay, sickness, weather, strikes or any other causes beyond its control, such losses and expenses shall be borne by the clients.
  • Others 12fly terms & conditions applies.
PAYMENT TERMS
  • Deposit for this package is minimum MYR 300 per person
PACKAGE REMARKS
  • General travel period: 01 September 2019 until 20 April 2020 (Travel must be completed by 20 April 2020)
  • Red Alert Period: Christmas, New Year, Chinese new year, Cherry blossom season & Peak season as above mentioned or National Public Holiday (subject to room surcharge & availability)
  • Suggestion flight route: Kuala Lumpur- Osaka Kansai Airport- Kuala Lumpur
  • Tourist Visa Exemption for Malaysian with Biometric Passports to Japan with effective from 1 July 2013
  • The above rates require a minimum of 04 adults per booking.
  • Child policy: 6 years old and above must apply to Child With Bed Fare.
  • The above rates are valid for Malaysian passport; surcharge might apply for foreigner passport, subject to individual hotel surcharge.
  • For pre-stay or extension night with us or own hotel arrangement, chargeable for airport-hotel or hotel- airport transfer
  • Advance booking required at least 30 working days before departure.
ITINERARY / SCHEDULE
DAY 1 - Kansai (Arrival) - Kobe - Osaka

Arrival Osaka Kansai International Airport, our local representative will meet you at pick up point, transfer to Kobe City Tour. First stop, visit to 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 (approximately 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. Then, visit to Kikumasamune Sake Museum. 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. Thereafter, visit to Nankinmachi (Chinatown). 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. Then, shopping time at Motomachi Shopping Street. 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. Before back to Osaka, visit to Meriken Park. 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. After dinner, check in to hotel for rest.

You may change your day to visit Universal Studio Japan. Tour fare remain unchanged: Included transfer from Airport - Universal Studio Japan - Hotel; Excluded Universal Studio Japan entrance ticket, lunch and dinner.

Flight This program valid for early morning arrival flight only
Transfer Travel by Van (Maximum 9 persons per van)
Meals Lunch at local restaurant, Dinner at local restaurant
Hotel Noku Osaka Hotel or Osaka Joytel Hotel or similar class
DAY 2 - Osaka - Nara - Kyoto

Breakfast serve at hotel, today visit to Nara city. First stop, visit to Deer Park. 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 (Shika-senbei) to feed the deer in the park. Next, visit to Todaiji Temple. 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.

After lunch, drive to World Heritage Sites, Kyoto City. Watch the Nishijin Kimono Show. At the Nishijin Kimono Textile Center. Kimono is the delicate Japanese national costume. The duration of the kimono show is approximate 15 minutes. Then, visit to Arashiyama. Visit to Togetsukyo Bridge, a famous 250-meter-long bridge in Arashiyama, and offers a spectacular location for viewing cherry blossoms or colored autumn leaves. Then, enjoy a relaxing walk through the Sagano Bamboo Grove. After dinner, check in to Kyoto hotel.

Transfer Travel by Van (Maximum 9 persons per van)
Meals Breakfast in Hotel, Lunch at local restaurant, Dinner: Japanese Shabu-Shabu Buffet
Hotel Hotel Heian No Mori Kyoto or similar class
DAY 3 - Kyoto

Breakfast serve at hotel, visit to Kiyomizu Temple. 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. Next, visit to Fushimi Inari Taisha. 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. The, visit to Kingakuji Temple (Golden Pavilion). 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. Shopping time at Shinkyogoku Shopping Street. Shinkyogoku Shopping Street has been the most advanced shopping street in Kyoto since its foundation in 1872. It is now loved by citizens and visitors as a busy street with souvenir shops, restaurants and fashion shops that men and women of all ages can enjoy.

Remark: You have chance to wear Japanese Yukata/ Kimono walk around in the heritage sites! Please refer us for the more information/ prices. Rental fees at own expenses and advance booking is recommended.

Transfer Travel by Van (Maximum 9 persons per van)
Meals Breakfast in Hotel, Lunch at local restaurant, Dinner at local restaurant
Hotel Hotel Heian No Mori Kyoto or similar class
DAY 4 - Kyoto - Osaka

Breakfast serve at hotel, back to Osaka. Visit to Osaka Castle Park. 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. Next, visit to Shinsekai District. Shinsekai is a colorful area to the west of Tennoji Park packed with cheap shops and eateries and best known for its iconic Tsutenkaku Tower. Thereafter, visit to Kuromon Ichiba Market, is a lively covered market which stretches for 580 meters in Osaka’s Chuo Ward. Nicknamed “Osaka’s kitchen” because both local homeowners and restaurant chefs get their supplies here, the market is famous for its fresh seafood and has recently become a popular tourist location. Then, enjoy shopping time Shinsaibashi Shopping Street, the major shopping paradise in downtown Osaka. Next to the street is Dotonbori. 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, Hometown Noodle (Ramen, Udon) and etc.

Transfer Travel by Van (Maximum 9 persons per van)
Meals Breakfast in hotel, Lunch at local restaurant, Dinner: Buffet Teppanyaki or Steamboat
Hotel Noku Osaka Hotel or Osaka Joytel Hotel or similar class
DAY 5 - Osaka - Kansai (Departure)

Breakfast serve at hotel, free at own leisure until meeting time, pick up to airport for flight departure. Please be aware that standard check out time is 1000AM-1200PM.

Transfer Travel by Van (Maximum 9 persons per van)
Meals Breakfast in hotel
HOTEL ROOM
4 TO GO GROUND PACKAGE
6 TO GO GROUND PACKAGE
8 TO GO GROUND PACKAGE
Adult Single Room Adult Twin Sharing Adult Triple Sharing Child With Bed Child No Bed Adult Single Room Adult Twin Sharing Adult Triple Sharing Child With Bed Child No Bed Adult Single Room Adult Twin Sharing Adult Triple Sharing Child With Bed Child No Bed
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Remarks Child policy: 6 years old and above must apply to Child With Bed Fare. Maximum 9 persons per booking. If 10 persons above please refer us!
Above rates advertised are based on ground arrangement with minimum number of travelers to fulfill in a reservation. Prices are subject to availability and subject to change without prior notice. Ground Package define as services cover the land portion of a trip, such as lodging, visits to museums, sightseeing tours, and transfers between airport and hotel. The package rates always excluded of international/domestic air ticket, airport taxes, tipping, service charges, peak season surcharge or miscellaneous cost if any. Please refer http://www.12fly.com.my/ground/ for the latest update of package price & itinerary.