There’s another way to get cheap tickets to Tokyo if you love to travel to Japan.
Launch of Vietjet’s Tokyo route
From 26 April onwards, Vietjet is offering seven weekly flights between Ho Chi Minh City and Tokyo’s Haneda airport.
As a celebration of the expansion, Vietjet (via vietjetair.com) is offering millions of tickets on its entire flight network for only VND8,300 (S$0.47) from 3 – 9 March (Fri – Thu).
Passengers who fly directly or connect with destinations in the region, such as Vietnam, Australia, South Korea, Japan, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, and many more, are eligible for the promotion.
The following flights are currently operated by Vietjet from Singapore:
Singapore – Ho Chi Minh City twice daily
Singapore – Hanoi once daily
Singapore – Da Nang once daily
You have plenty of time to plan your itinerary in Vietnam and Japan since the promotion runs from 6 September to 19 December this year.
50% Discount Promo Code
In addition to low-cost fares to Japan, Vietjet is also offering 50% discounts for SkyBoss and SkyBoss Business tickets between 7 March and 25 May.
When making a reservation, enter these promo codes:
ALL50SB for SkyBoss bookings
ALL50SBB for SkyBoss Business bookings
Vietnam’s best tourist attractions
As part of your itinerary to Japan, consider visiting these popular attractions and places in Vietnam.
Golden Bridge in Da Nang
Near Da Nang, Vietnam, there is a 150-metre-long pedestrian bridge called the Golden Bridge. As well as providing a scenic overlook and tourist attraction, it connects the cable car station to the gardens.
Hoi An, Vietnam
A well-preserved Ancient Town, cut through by canals, can be found in Hoi An on Vietnam’s central coast.
Imperial City, Hue
Imperial City contains a walled enclosure inside the citadel of Huế, the former imperial capital of Vietnam during the Nguyễn dynasty. Palaces, shrines, gardens, and villas for mandarins were located there, as well as palaces for the imperial family.
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(Credits: Vietjet, Xiquinho Silva, japan-guide.com)