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15 Days
Availability :
Tour 1: Mar 28 - Apr 11, 2021
Tour 2: Apr 03 - Apr 17, 2021
Los Angeles Airport. If you prefer to depart from a different airport, please contact us for details and airfares

Spring in Japan – Indonesia – Singapore

Tokyo – Mt.Fuji – Nagoya – ISE – Nara

Kyoto (bullet train) Kobe – Osaka – Bali – Singapore

Tour 1:  Mar 28  –  Apr 11, 2021                 Price: $4,795 + Tax

Tour 2:  Apr 03  –  Apr 17, 2021                 Price: $4,795 + Tax

Inclusive of international airfares

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Two geishas walking through orange gates called torii at the Fushimi Inari Shrine, Kyoto


Day 01: Los Angeles Airport - Tokyo

Check-in at Los Angeles Airport. Depart for Tokyo on a non-stop flight.

Day 02: Tokyo

Welcome to Tokyo, one of the busiest cities in the world day and night. Here we’ll visit the Buddhist statue of Ushiku Daibutsu. It stands a total of 120-meter height, including the 10m base and 10m lotus platform. The statue was built with 6,000 copper pieces and weighs over 4,000 tons. (D)

Day 03: Tokyo

Visit Shinjuku Gyoen National Park, the most beautiful place for sakura-viewing in Tokyo. The Garden is divided into 3 areas, each of which is influenced by the English, French or traditional Japanese style. The Garden is the most beautiful between March and early April, when the cherry blossoms bloom. During this time, not only the Japanese but people from all over the world also come to Japan to enjoy the delicate flower.

Your tour of the city today includes the Sensō-ji, a Buddhist temple dedicated to the bodhisattva Kannon. Stop by Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building, which houses the headquarters of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government. You can also see the vast urban vista of Tokyo from its observation floor. Explore Tokyo night time. (B/L/D)

Day 04: Mount Fuji

This morning, we’ll take you to Mount Fuji and to Camp 2~5 (depending on weather conditions), up on the mountain, to enjoy breathtaking views and the beauty that has inspired so many artists and poets. Mt. Fuji, with its 3,776-meter height, is listed as a UNESCO heritage and known as the symbol of Japan. Visit the old village Oshino Hakkai which bears Japanese traditional architecture and sits at the foot of Mt. Fuji. Visit Hakone Peace Park in Japan for gorgeous views of Mt Fuji sakura trees.

We’ll be staying at a ryokan (a traditional Japanese inn). After dinner, enjoy bathing in the onsens (thermal hot springs) that Mt. Fuji has to offer, and have all of your tiredness after a long day rinsed out. (B/L/D)

Day 05: Mount Fuji - Nagoya

Embark on a boat ride on Lake Kawaguchiko and have a wonderful view of Mt. Fuji and Sakura trees. Continue the journey to Nagoya and visit the Samurai Museum. (B/L/D)

Day 06: Ise Peninsula

Depart for Ise Peninsula by ferry. Ise is home to Ise Grand Shrine, the most sacred Shintō shrine in Japan. The city has a long-standing title: “The Holy City”. During the Edo period, Ise Grand Shrine used to be a popular destination for pilgrimages. Purportedly the home of the Sacred Mirror, the shrine is one of Shinto’s holiest and most important sites. Especially, the shrine’s buildings are made of Japanese cypress wood. Every 20 years, the old shrines are torn down and new ones, which look exactly the same as the old, are built nearby so that the buildings will be forever new, forever ancient and original.

We will take you to the world-famous Mikimoto Pear Island, where you’ll be watching women divers demonstrate the traditional method of diving for pearls. (B/L/D)

Day 07: Nara - Kyoto

We’ll move on to Nara, Japan’s first capital city. Visit the Ninja Museum and watch a Ninja performance.
Pay a visit to Todaiji Temple, once one of the powerful Seven Great Temples and still houses the world’s largest bronze statue of the Buddha Vairocana. We will also stop by Nara Deer Park before moving on to Kyoto.

Kyoto was Japan’s capital city from 794 to 1868 before the title was given to Tokyo city. For 12 centuries in history, Kyoto witnessed all the rise and fall of Japan.

At the heart of Kyoto lies Gion, the center of the city’s art. Gion is the most charming in the early evening, when the lanterns are lit and Geishas and Maikos flit about the back streets on their way to their appointments. (B/L/D)

Day 08: Kyoto

Known as the cradle of Japan’s cultural heritage, Kyoto was Japan’s capital and the emperor’s residence from 794 until 1868. You’ll see the main highlights of the wonderfully rich culture of Kyoto. Places such as the Kiyomizu Temple will dazzle your eyes. Your guide will also introduce you to Kyoto’s most popular temple, Kinkakuji, home of the world’s most authentic and exquisite Japanese garden as well as the celebrated Golden Pavilion.

Visit the Nishijin company which produces Kimonos. Watch a Kimono demonstration. (B/L/D)

Day 09: Kobe - Bali

Transfer to Kobe by the Shinkansen (bullet train). Start your journey in Kobe city. Kobe, one of the most delightful and peaceful cities you can wish to visit. It is also home to the famous Kobe Beef, which is known for its tenderness, sweet flavor and fine texture. Dine at a restaurant specialized in Kobe beef – a delicious treat!

Enjoy Sakura-viewing at Osaka Castle, a fantastic moment during your sightseeing in Osaka. Go shopping in Shinsaibashi, a popular shopping district in Osaka.

After dinner, board a flight to Bali – a destination hailed with so many nicknames: The Island of the Gods, A Tourist Paradise, Dawn of the World. (B/L/D)

Day 10: Bali

Arrive in Bali in the morning. Bali island is known for its evergreen volcanic mountains, iconic beaches and coral reefs. It is famous for the art of craft, sculpture, painting and music that are Balinese-authentic. Every year, Bali is ranked as the best island for tourism by the American magazine Travel & Leisure.

Bali is known by many names: The Island of the Gods, the Land of Thousand Temples, The Sunrise of the World or Tropical Paradise. It has been one of the most visited destinations in Asia. (D)

Ngày 11: Bali

This morning we’ll begin our Bali trip. Explore the mystical temple of Tanah Lot., a popular tourist and cultural icon for photography. Legend has it that, in the 16th century, a Hindu traveler came here to facilitate Hinduism. He fell in love with the island’s setting so much that he decided to settle there. Some local people saw him, and brought him gifts. Later he urged people to build a shrine on the rock, for he felt it to be a holy place to worship the Balinese sea gods. Tanah Lot is simply among Bali’s not-to-be-missed icons.

Watch the sunset by Kuta Beach and have a delicious seafood treat for dinner. It’s difficult not to breathe in the scenic beauty and splendor here. (B/L/D)

Day 12: Nusa Dua Beach

A day of leisure: Immerse yourself on one of the beaches on the island, Nusa Dua beach that is. Crystal clear stretches of water and gorgeous coral reefs make Nusa Dua beach a perfect place for relaxation & enjoyment. Let your stress melt away as you spend your day at Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa. (B/D)

Day 13: Singapore

Fly to Singapore, a thriving cosmopolitan city that’s brimming with diversity, as well as a multiplicity of culture, language, arts and architecture. Enjoy a city tour and 360-degree views of Singapore from the Marina Bay Observation Deck.

Go shopping at your leisure in the afternoon. (B/D)

Day 14: Singapore

Explore the city on your own in the morning. Make sure you give Malaysia’s durians a taste. Our hotel, Rendezvous, is located on Orchard Road, known as the epicentre of shopping in Singapore. This 2.2km shopping belt is truly the place for retail therapy.

In the afternoon, we proceed to Gardens by the Bay and the luxurious Marina Bay Sands. Marvel at Singapore’s night beauty on a river cruise. Next, stop at the Merlion Park. Do not miss out this picture-taking opportunity with the Merlion, a mythological creature that is part lion and part fish. Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay – is a performing arts centre located in Downtown Core near the mouth of the Singapore River. Your farewell dinner is served tonight. (B/D)

Day 15: Singapore - Los Angeles

Fly back to Los Angeles. (B)


Departure & Return

  • Los Angeles Airport (LAX)
  • If you prefer to depart from a different airport, please contact us for details and airfares

Tour Includes

  • Roundtrip international flights: LAX – Tokyo, Osaka – Seoul – Bali – Singapore – LAX
  • 4-5-star hotels & Ryokans (traditional Japanese inns)
  • Daily meals (Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner)
  • Special lunch with Kobe beef
  • Bathe in thermal hotsprings (Onsens)
  • Ticket to Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden in Tokyo
  • Visit Camp 2~5 on Mount Fuji (depending on weather conditions)
  • A boat trip on Lake Kawaguchi for a stunning view of Mt. Fuji during the sakura season
  • Visit Todaiji Temple and Nara Deer Park
  • Visit the Ise Grand Shrine
  • Watch a demonstration of traditional pearl-diving at Mikimoto
  • Watch a Kimono demonstration
  • Visit the Golden Pavilion
  • Visit the “Pure Water Temple” Kiyomizu-dera
  • Visit the Ninja Museum and watch a Ninja performance
  • Sake-tasting at a Sake brewery in Kobe
  • Shinkansen (bullet train) from Kyoto to Osaka
  • Explore the mystical temple Tanah Lot in Bali
  • A special banquet in Bali
  • Visit Gardens by the Bay
  • A river cruise to marvel at Marina Bay Sans at night

Terms & Agreements

  • A deposit of $300 per person is required
  • The final payment is due 60 days prior to departure
  • A full payment is required in booking within 60 days prior to departure
  • Tour fare does not include: Gratuity to driver & tour guide, Porterage at hotel & Personal expense
  • Tour participants are required to have a passport valid for at least 6 months before the return date 
  • It is the responsibility of the tour participants to submit valid and proper travel documentation. Non-U.S. citizens should check for visa requirements
  • Travel insurance is recommended. Please request a copy of our Travel Insurance brochure for more information and rates