Konnichiwa Japan

Singapore, Singapore



Tokyo, Japan


Return Economy From
SGD 463*

Get ready to embark on a journey like no other! We’re thrilled to introduce you to the captivating destination of Narita, where ancient traditions harmoniously coexist with contemporary wonders.

Narita offers a rich tapestry of experiences that will leave you enchanted. Explore the historic Naritasan Shinshoji Temple, a spiritual sanctuary nestled amidst lush gardens. Stroll through charming streets filled with local crafts and culinary delights, offering a taste of authentic Japanese culture.

But Narita is not just about tradition; it’s also a hub of modernity. Shop at the Narita International Airport’s duty-free boutiques, where you can find the latest fashion and tech gadgets at unbeatable prices. Enjoy the convenience of Narita’s efficient transport system, connecting you effortlessly to Tokyo and beyond.

Whether you’re a history buff, a foodie, or a tech enthusiast, Narita has something for everyone. Don’t miss this chance to explore a destination that seamlessly blends the old with the new. Book your Narita adventure now and experience the magic for yourself!

Check out our schedules here:

From Destination Flight No. Depart Arrive Schedule
Singapore Brunei BI422 12:10 14:20 Tuesday
Singapore Brunei BI424 21:25 23:35 Thursday, Saturday, Sunday
Brunei Tokyo (Narita) BI695 00:50 07:30 Wednesday, Friday, Sunday, Monday
Tokyo (Narita) Brunei BI696 11:45 17:15 Friday, Sunday
Brunei Singapore BI423 18:35 20:25 Friday, Sunday

Contact Royal Brunei Airlines Singapore at +6562382833, your nearest travel agents or book online at

About Tokyo, Japan

Destination Tokyo

Tokyo is both sophisticated and modern with its staggering skyscrapers. Yet there remains traces of old Edo that is both mystical and beautiful. Just walk around to find streets crammed with wooden houses and traditional rickshaws running over cobblestones. This is what makes Tokyo such a thrilling city. From traditional tourist attractions to the latest trendy spots, Tokyo is able to connect the past and the future seamlessly.


At the centre of it is the infamous Shibuya crossing, and nothing says “You’re in Tokyo!” better than this. Come here during peak hours and you will see why it is called the world’s busiest intersection – with upwards of 3,000 people crossing at a time! Harajuku is the home of cuteness, or “kawaii”. It is the best place to experience the city’s pop culture. Walk along the 350-metre Takeshita Street for an explosion of sound and colour.

Dining & Nightlife

Famous for their food all around the world, a visit to Tokyo would not be complete without trying authentic Japanese cuisine. Wherever you are in Tokyo, you’re usually within a short walking distance of a great restaurant – your trip will surely be a feast.

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