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  1. Bandar Seri Begawan to Tokyo

    Round Trip|Economy
    BWN-NRT

    Depart: 28 December 2020

    Return: 03 January 2021

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    BND728*
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  2. Bandar Seri Begawan to Osaka

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    Depart: 24 August 2020

    Return: 29 August 2020

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    BND890*
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  3. Bandar Seri Begawan to Nagoya

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    BWN-NGO

    Depart: 15 July 2020

    Return: 21 July 2020

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    BND892*
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Visit Japan

Known as the “Land of the Rising Sun,” Japan’s traditional values and sophisticated culture create a unique travel experience that will draw you back again and again. Travellers delight in its volcanic slopes, animation studios, theme parks, historic castles, and its world-renowned cherry blossom festivals. Book your flight to Japan with Royal Brunei Airlines today and enjoy priority boarding and extra leg room when you purchase a preferred seat.

Explore Tokyo

Begin your adventure with a sunrise hike up Mount Fuji, Japan’s highest peak. Next, visit the Senso-Ji, also known as Asakusa Kannon, Tokyo’s oldest temple. Here you’ll find Nio statues and treasures, including the Lotus Sutra and a collection of poetry. Then, head to the Tokyo National Museum and immerse yourself in Japanese art, including woodblock prints, sculptures, and textiles. Afterward, go to Tokyo SkyTree, the second-tallest structure in the world, and view Tokyo from the observation deck.

Food in Japan

Japan is well known for its understated and balanced cuisine. As an island nation, there is a heavy emphasis on seafood, such as the internationally renowned sushi and sashimi. However, noodles are also very popular in both restaurants and on the streets. Udon is made from wheat, while its cousin, soba, is made from buckwheat. Finding halal options in Japan has become increasingly more common, and many establishments will clearly state that they offer them.