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Postby Andrew Pink » Thu, 04 Mar 2010 11:57 am

Hi - I want to plan a quick trip to Japan to go skiing and wondered if anyone knew a good travel agent that organises such holidays. I'm new to Singapore, so not sure where would be a good place to go.

Thinking of staying a couple of days in Tokyo then going to one of the resorts around Nagano.

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Re: Travel Agent in Singapore

Postby blue_thunder » Sun, 07 Mar 2010 12:03 am

Andrew Pink wrote:Hi - I want to plan a quick trip to Japan to go skiing and wondered if anyone knew a good travel agent that organises such holidays. I'm new to Singapore, so not sure where would be a good place to go.

Thinking of staying a couple of days in Tokyo then going to one of the resorts around Nagano.

Thanks
Needs


There are many to choose from MISA travel/ Chan brothers/ zuji etc.
If you are planning to go to Hokkaido then not much of offers available .
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Postby DaisyRae » Sat, 13 Mar 2010 6:29 pm

There's been a long gap since the last post so I hope this would still help!

If you want to easily compare prices from different travel agencies, go to People's Park in Chinatown. The travel offices there are all next to each other and my local colleagues say their packages aren't so bad. Just ensure that the tour group you'd be joining in speaks English!

Also, you can go to the NATAS travel fair held in Expo every few months or so. I think the next one is in May and then August.

Good luck! =)
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Postby aster » Sat, 13 Mar 2010 6:48 pm

There are a lot of leaflets all pertaining to Japan at Liang Court next to the escalators going down from L1. You'll also find some info and printed matter close to the check-out aisles at the B1 supermarket (Meidi-Ya).


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