Kansai Culture Trip


Kansai Culture Trip

Departure Date



6 Days 5 Nights


4-5 Star Hotel
Meals indicated
Included all entrance fee
No gratuity fee
Tour guide
People (Per Person)AdultsChild 0-5Y (Sharing Bed)Child 6-8Y (Sharing Bed)Child 6-12Y (Not Sharing Bed)
4-8 £1,540 £154£924£1,232
9-14 £1,430 £143£858£1,144
15-24 £1,320£132£792£1,056
25-35 £1,210£121£726£968
36-40 £990£99£594£792

*Price are base on two adults sharing one room. If one child sharing room with one adult, that child need to pay for adult fee. Additional Charge will apply on single traveler.

*Guarantee to stay in 4-5 stars hotel.

*Hotel room are based on double occupancy; single traveller needs to pay for additional fee.

*Meals inclusive will be list according to tour itinerary.

*Private tour guide with chosen languages (English, Cantonese or Mandarin)

*The above itinerary is for reference only. Local tour operator reserves the right to change where necessary without prior notice.

*Customer have the responsible to pay for any additional fee that occur due to war, political reasons and weather etc. unforeseen circumstance,

*Customer must hold a valid travel document during the whole journey and at least 6 months after the return date.

*The company recommend every customer should purchase a valid travel insurance.

*Tour price are already includes any taxes, tips and entrance fee.

*Tour prices may differences due to seasons.

*At the time of booking, customer need to pay 50% of non-refundable deposit of the tour fee. Customer need to pay for the remaining 50% of the tour fee 60 days before the tour.

*If any reasons customer wants to cancel, cancellation must be requested in writing via post or email

(exclude tour starts day)

<31 days before tour starts50% deposit will not be refunded
>30 days before tour starts100% tour fee will not be refunded
  • All taxes, tips and entrance fee
  • 5 nights 4 stars hotel room (double occupancy)
  • Meals indicated on the tour itinerary
  • Professional private tour with chosen languages (English, Cantonese or Mandarin)
  • All the transfer and transportation with air-con bus
  • Airfare and any fuel and airport taxes.
  • Any unforeseen circumstances which is beyond the company’s control,  e.g.flight cancel, weather conditions and natural disasters, the company will not be responsible for any extra expenses incurred.
  • Personal travel insurance (Our Company strongly recommend to purchase before travel)
  • Visa expenses

Kansai Culture Trip

Day 01


1.Arrived Japan via Kansai International Airport
2.Shinseikai: Paris was chosen as the model for Shinsekai’s northern half, while the southern portion was built to imitate Coney Island in New York. Today, Shinseikai has a reputation as one of Japan’s more seedy and dangerous neighborhoods, a fact that is more reflective of the country’s high standard of safety than anything else.

Hotel: ANA Crowne Plaza Osaka or similar
Meal: Lunch and Dinner
Day 02


1.Nifrel Museum: it’s a “living” museum based on the concept of “Kansei-ni Fureru (literary, touching the sensitivity) to be designed to enjoy creatures and nature intuitively and closely as if to enjoy the art.
2.Expo City Outlet: is a large-scale, mixed-use complex fusing entertainment and shopping centered around Mitsui Shopping Park LaLaport EXPOCITY with eight large-scale entertainment facilities and 305 stores.
3.Shinsaibashi / Dotombori: the Shinsaibashi is the largest shopping area in Osaka where many boutiques and specialty shops are gathered, attracting local people and visitors. Dotonbori is often selected as a scene in the Japanese and foreign movies as the symbol of Osaka.

Hotel: ANA Crowne Plaze Osaka or smilar
Meals: breakfast, lunch and dinner
Day 03


1.Nara Deer Park: the park is home to hundreds of freely roaming deer. Considered in Shinto to be messengers of the gods, Nara’s nearly 1200 deer have become a symbol of the city and have even been designated as a natural treasure.
2.Todaiji Temple: one of Japan’s most famous and historically significant temples and a landmark of Nara. The temple was constructed in 752 as the head temple of all provincial Buddhist temples of Japan.
3.Umeda Sky Building: the 173 meter tall building consists of two towers that are connected with each other by the “Floating Garden Observatory” on the 39th floor. The observatory offers great views of the city through its windows and from its open-air deck.

Hotel: ANA Crowne Plaze Osaka or smilar
Meals: breakfast, lunch and dinner
Day 04


1.Kinkakuji (Unseco World Heritage): a Zen temple in northern Kyoto whose top two floors are completely covered in gold leaf.
2.Nishijin Textile Center: is a modern-style building where demonstrations and exhibits are held on the theme of the traditional Nishijin textile industry.
3.Temple (Unseco World Heritage): one of the most celebrated temples of Japan. It was founded in 780 on the site of the Otowa Waterfall in the wooded hills east of Kyoto, and derives its name from the fall’s pure waters.
4.Kawaramachi: features a unique mix of shopping, where modern, high end fashion shops can be found alongside stores with centuries of history selling traditional Kyoto crafts or specialty foods.
Hotel: ANA Crowne Plaze Osaka or smilar
Meals: breakfast, lunch and dinner
Day 05


1.The Momofuku Ando Instant Ramen Museum (Nissin): An interactive educational food museum where visitors learn the importance of invention and discovery.
2.Byodoin (Unseco World Heritage): it is popularly known as the “Phoenix Hall,” and when seen with its reflection on the large pond in front, it almost appears to be gliding above the earth. This view is one of the most famous scenes in Japan, and is replicated on back of the 10 yen coin.
3.Arashiyama: is a pleasant, touristy district in the western outskirts of Kyoto. It is particularly popular during the cherry blossom and fall color seasons.

Hotel: ANA Crowne Plaze Osaka or smilar
Meals: breakfast, lunch and dinner
Day 06

Himeji – Kobe

1.Himeji Castle (Unseco World Heritage): also known as White Heron Castle (Shirasagijo) due to its elegant, white appearance, is widely considered Japan’s most spectacular castle for its imposing size and beauty and its well preserved, complex castle grounds.
2.Akashi Suspension Bridge: is the longest span bridge in the world, located in Akashi Strait between Kobe and Awaji Island in Hyogo Pref. The total and central span lengths are 3,911m and 1991m respectively.
3.Kobe Earthquake Museum: was opened in 2002 to commemorate the tragic event and to educate visitors about earthquakes and disaster prevention.
4.Kobe Harborland Shopping: is a shopping and entertainment district offers a large selection of shops, restaurants, cafes and other amusements, which, together with the romantic evening atmosphere, have made it a popular spot for couples and tourists alike.
5.Leaving Japan via Kansai International Airport
Meals: breakfast, lunch and dinner

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Kansai Culture Trip£ 990£ 5940Anytime6 Days 5 Nights

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