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amazing japan with bali

 

DAY 00 — MUMBAI

Assemble at Sahar International Airport
Complete Your Check in & Clear Immigration Formalities & proceed for Departure Gate

 

 

DAY 01 — KUALA LUMPUR – DENPASAR – BALI

Arrive Kuala Lumpur International Airport
Board your Connecting flight for Bali
Arrive Denpesar International Airport
Please Get Your Visas Stamped Upon Arrival.
After Clearing Immigration, Baggage Collection & Custom Clearance proceed for Arrival Hall & meet your Chauffer with Pla Card: Mr. _____ Friends
We proceed to Check In at the Hotel.
Rest of the Day Free at Leisure Indian Dinner in Indian Restaurant

 

 

DAY 02 — BALI

Breakfast at Hotel
After Indian Lunch we proceed for Tour of the Famous Ubud Village
Visiting Tohpati, the BATIK center, CELUK VILLAGE for Gold & Silver Smiths, MAS VILLAGE for Woodcarving and BATUAN VILLAGE for Paintings. Proceed to TEGALLALANG to see the best rice terraces in this island. Monkey forest in UBUD and BATUBULAN VILLAGE for Kecak and Fire Dance. Evening Back to hotel

 

 

DAY 03 — BALI

Breakfast at Hotel
Approx Time We proceed for Tour of Bedugul & Tanah Lot
Visit the huge state temple of PURA TAMAN AYUN, surrounded by a wide moat. This was the main temple of the kingdom, which ruled until 1634. Then continue by a scenic drive through countryside to ULUN DANU TEMPLE. Drive on for a visit to MONKEY FOREST…… watch your hat…… and finally the most photographed and famous temple, TANAH LOT TEMPLE
We proceed for Indian Lunch & later for hotel

 

 

DAY 04 — BALI

After breakfast Full Day Free at Leisure.

 

 

DAY 05 — BALI – KUALA LUMPUR

Breakfast at Hotel
Check Out from hotel & Proceed for Airport.
Board your Malaysian Airways Flight for Kuala Lumpur
Arrive Kuala Lumpur Airport
Board your Flight for Osaka

 

 

DAY 06 — OSAKA – KOBE – OSAKA

Arrive Osaka International Airport
After Clearing Immigration, Baggage Collection & Customs proceed for Arrival Hall & meet your Local Guide with Pla Card: Mr. ______ Friends
We proceed to Check In Hotel (Normal Check in 14:00)
Upon Arrival to start with we take Cable Car All the way to Mount Rokko

Mount Rokko (931 meters) is the highest peak in the Rokko mountain range, the mountain range which provides the pleasant green backdrop to the city of Kobe. Panoramic views of the heavily urbanized Hanshin region (Kobe and Osaka), can be enjoyed from the mountain and are particularly spectacular around sunset.

Later we proceed for Kobe Meriken Park, Kobe Harbour Land & The Famous Osaka Castle. Evening back to Hotel
Indian Dinner in Indian Restaurant

 

 

DAY 07 — OSAKA – NARA – OSAKA

After Breakfast we just drive all the way to Nara & Enjoy your visit Todaiji Temple*, Kasuga Shrine (No museum) afternoon we proceed for Nara Deer Park, Naramachi Walking & evening we enjoy shopping at Shinsaibashi Area
Indian Dinner in Indian Restaurant

 

 

DAY 08 — OSAKA – KYOTO – OSAKA

After Breakfast we proceed for Full Day Tour of Kyoto, Upon Arrival… we enjoy City tour including our visit to their famous Kiyomizu Temple
Experience Kyoto, Japan's capital from 794-1868. Visit Nijo Castle, the residence of the Tokugawa era shoguns, and the gold-leaf covered Golden Pavilion, which houses sacred relics of Buddha and is surrounded by exquisite gardens renowned for their beauty.
Visit Heian Jingu Shrine, a partial replica of the Imperial Palace. Walk through Sanjusangendo Temple, Japan's longest wooden structure, famous for its 1,001 human-sized Kannon statues, and browse through the specialty shops leading up to Kiyomizudera Temple for a sweeping view of the city

 

 

DAY 09 — OSAKA – AMONOHASHIDATE AREA

After Breakfast we proceed for Amonohashidate Area
Amanohashidate, roughly meaning "bridge in the heaven", is a 3.6 kilometer long, pine tree covered sand bar, spanning across Miyazu Bay on the Tango Peninsula, northern Kyoto Prefecture. It is ranked as one of Japan's three most scenic views (nihon sankei).
The sand bar is best viewed from the hills on either side of the bay, we take the experience by Bus, Ferry, Cable Car ... we take Ferry to Monju Area, then take Cable car at bus to Kasamatu Area. Enjoy Wonderful sight of Nariajii Temple. From the Amonohashidate view Land we take Motor boat for Fuchi.
To view the sand bar as a "bridge in the heaven", turn your back towards the bay, bend over and look at it from between your legs. Travelers to Amanohashidate have been doing this for more than a millennium
Later we Check In Hotel

 

 

DAY 10 — AMONOHASHIDATE AREA - HIROSHIMA

After Breakfast we proceed for Train Terminal

Board our Shinkasen from Kyoto to Hiroshima by Nazomi 155
Arrive Hiroshima Station
Afternoon we proceed for Local Tour of Hiroshima Including….. our visit to Miyajima Ferry & Itsukushima Shrine Upon Arrival we Proceed to Check In Indian Dinner in Indian Restaurant

 

 

DAY 11 — HIROSHIMA - HAKONE

Breakfast at Hotel

Check Out from Hotel & we proceed for Hiroshima's Peace Memorial Park is one of the most prominent features of the city. Even visitors not looking for the Peace Park will likely stumble upon the large park of over 120,000 square meters. Its trees, lawns, and walking paths are in stark contrast to the surrounding downtown area

The A-Bomb Dome, also known as the Hiroshima Peace Memorial, is what remains of the former Prefectural Industrial Promotion Hall. The building served as a location to promote Hiroshima's industries. When the bomb exploded, it was one of the few buildings to remain standings, and remains so today. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the A-Bomb Dome is a tangible link to Hiroshima's unique past. Between the Museum and the A-Bomb Dome is the Cenotaph for the A Bomb Victims. The Cenotaph is an arched tomb for those who died because of the bomb, either because of the initial blast or exposure to radiation. Below the arch is a stone chest holding a register of these names, of which there are over 220,000. Later we proceed for Railway Station

Board our Shinkasen for Nagoya
Arrive Nagoya
Board your connecting Shinkasen for Hakone
Arrive Hakone Station & Meet your Local Guide at Arrival Hall
We proceed straight to Check In Hotel

 

 

DAY 12 — HAKONE

After Breakfast we proceed to see the main attractions in Hakone National Park, including Owakudani, site of ongoing volcanic activity. Visit the historic Hakone Checkpoint (and its museum), walk along the old Tokaido Road, lined with centuries-old cedars, and cruise on Lake Ashi while enjoying Hakone's natural beauty by Komagatake Ropeway.
All this and more awaits you when you visit Hakone
We Enjoy the best of Cruise at Lake Ashi followed by our visit to Owakudani Owakudani is the area around a crater created during the last eruption of Mount Hakone some 3000 years ago. Today, much of the area is an active volcanic zone where sulfurous fumes, hot springs and hot rivers can be experienced. Additionally, Owakudani has good views of Mount Fuji on clear days. A short walking trail (about ten minutes one way) leads from the ropeway station into the volcanic zone to a number of steam vents and bubbling pools. Here you can purchase eggs, cooked in the naturally hot water, whose shells are blackened by the sulfur and which are said to prolong one's life by seven years.
Afternoon we visit the Famous Onsen SPA to Enjoy the best of Spa Bath at Kowakien Yunessun (Please carry your Swim Pants)

 

 

DAY 13 — HAKONE – MT FUJI – SAIKO BAT CAVE – HAKONE

After Breakfast we drive all the way to base level of the Famous Mt Fuji
We visit the Top Level 5 of the famous Mount Fiji (if weather permit) & visit to Kawaguchi Lake. Later we drive to Saiko Bat Cave & we continue our tour to visit the venue Saiko Bat Cave
Saiko Bat Cave(西湖蝙蝠穴, saikokoumoriana) is the biggest cave around Mt. Fuji, and it has over 350 m length. This cave is made by Mt. Fuji’s lava. So, entire grand and walls formed instant cool down of lava. Because the temperature in the cave is very steady through the year, it becomes nests for natural bats. There are three kinds of bats inhibit in this cave.
There many lava domes, lava stalactite and lava plates in this cave.

 

 

DAY 14 — HAKONE – KAMAKURA - TOKYO

After Breakfast we check out from Hotel
We proceed for Kamakura a very popular tourist destination for its temples, shrines, historical monuments. Enjoy a superb view of Kamakura and the sea from Hasedera Temple before taking a short walk to the Great Buddha, the second largest Buddha statue in Japan.
After lunching at a Japanese restaurant, take the Eno-den to Tsuruoka Hachimangu Shrine, the most important shrine in Kamakura. Walk along Wakamiya-oji, famous for the hundreds of cheery trees that line it, to the shrine. On the way home, stop by Komachi-dori’s many arts and crafts shops and tea shops.
HasederaTemple Proceed to Hasedera Temple with its famous statue of Kannon and also enjoy an excellent view of the town and Pacific Ocean.
The Great Buddha Visit the Great Buddha, a bronze statue measuring 11.4 meters in height, at Kotokuin Temple. Tsurugaoka Hachimangu Shrine
The features of Tsurugaoka Hachimangu Shrine, the symbol of the first Shogun Minamoto, are its arched bridge, Genji and Heike ponds, huge gingko tree, and colorful main hall standing atop 62 stone steps. Komachi Shopping Street Walk back to Kamakura Station via Komachi Shopping Street.
After Dinner in Indian restaurant C/ In Hotel

 

 

DAY 15 — TOKYO

After Breakfast We'll begin our day with a visit at Shinto Meiji Shrine, one of Japan's holiest places, and, with its setting in a magnificent forest of giant trees, a peaceful and beautiful oasis in this bustling modern city. There we'll hear a lecture on Shintoism, Japan's indigenous religion, by a temple priest and enjoy a private performance of sacred kagura dance. Kagura is an age-old ritual performed by young shrine maidens as a blessing for important events, such as births, weddings and school examinations. From there, we'll proceed to the famed Omotesando-dori, known for its wealth of art galleries, designer boutiques and wonderful antique shops.
We proceed to visit Akihabara Electric Town, Roppongi hills Observatory
There we'll have a short architecture tour, followed by free time for shopping, gallery hopping, browsing or a visit to the lively and treasure-filled antiques flea market at Togo Shrine. Later after Dinner we visit the Famous Imperial Palace, Asakusa Kannon Temple & Nakamise Arcade
Later Evening we proceed for Samida River Crusiing Odaibaba bay Area.
Indian Dinner in Indian restaurant

 

 

DAY 16 — TOKYO (Full Day Yokohama Tour)

After Breakfast proceed for day visit to One of the greatest international sea ports of the Far East, and the second largest city in Japan Yokohama has grown rapidly from a rough-and-tumble, male-dominated port of call, to a modern city with great sightseeing opportunities.
The first thing you're likely to see on your walking tour is Yokohama's Landmark Tower. The tallest building in Japan at 972 ft., the Landmark Tower is the centerpiece of the ultra-modern Minato Mirai 21 shopping and leisure complex. The first 49 floors of the Tower are office and retail space, while the luxurious Yokohama Royal Park Hotel occupies floors 49-70. A combination of modern engineering and ancient design, the Landmark Tower was built with the same theoretical structure of Japanese pagoda temples, which never seem to collapse even in the strongest of temblors. The tower also contains the world"s second fastest elevator, which travels at 1 floor per second, reaching the 60th floor in around 1 minute.
Later we make sure to stop by the Shinyokohama Raumen Museum. This unique museum explains the history of the ramen noodle from its arrival in Japan from China, to the global success of the instant ramen noodle. On the two basement floors, tourists can visit a life-size replica of streets and houses in the Shitamachi district of Tokyo around the year 1958, when the ramen noodle was increasing in popularity. Nine ramen restaurants can be found here, each featuring a ramen dish from a different region of Japan. After the enlightening (and filling) ramen tour, your next Yokohama travel destination should be the city's bustling Chinatown. Yokohama's port area became the residence of many Chinese traders and merchants when the harbor was opened to international trade in 1859. Today, if you tour Yokohama, make sure you walk through Chinatown's narrow streets, enjoy the sidewalk cuisine and barter for trinkets at one of the open-air markets.
After the sensory overload in Chinatown, Yokohama tourism offers a quieter option in the Yamate Hill area. Close to the harbor, this calm residential area features an Italian Garden and excellent views of the Bay Bridge from Harbor View Park. Yokohama tourism also affords ample opportunity for shopping in the Motomachi Shopping Street near Yamate Hill. Dinner in Indian restaurant

 

 

DAY 17 — TOKYO

After Breakfast we proceed to have the best to Experience to Enjoy Tea Ceremony at Japanese Garden or any other similar Garden
Later in the afternoon we proceed to enjoy Shopping at Ginza & Takashimaya Times Square. Late Afternoon back to Hotel
Indian Dinner in Indian restaurant

 

 

DAY 18 — TOKYO – KUALA LUMPUR – MUMBAI

After early Breakfast we Check out from Hotel
Approx Time Proceed for Airport
Board your Malaysian Airways for Kuala Lumpur
Arrive Kuala Lumpur Airport
Board your Connecting flight for Mumbai
Arrive Sahar International Airport