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Flight from Bacolod (BCD) to Tokyo (NRT)

Flight from Bacolod (BCD) to Tokyo (NRT)

From its super modern tech region of Akihabara to its more traditional corners in Asakusa, Tokyo is one of the most diverse and exciting cities to visit. Ranked as the safest city in the world alongside its friendly and helpful citizens, even single female travellers will have no problem navigating through the city.

Best time to fly from Bacolod to Tokyo

Tokyo is an ever-changing city and each season offers a different insight into the city. Lush pink and white cherry blossoms or sakura bloom during spring, bright and sunny during summer. Yellow ginkgo trees line the streets during autumn and illumination lights fill the winter nights. Even though Tokyo is accessible all year round, there are a few times that should be avoided. The first week of a new year is when the Japanese celebrate Oshiogatsu and during this time, public transportation tickets tend to sell out faster. Shops and attractions may also be closed for the first three days of the new year. Other times to avoid are the Golden week, the first week of May, Obon, mid-August, and Silver week, mid-September. During these times, many local Japanese take the opportunity to travel with their family making it slightly congested on the roads and at favourite family attractions.

Main airports available in Bacolod and Tokyo

Bacolod-Silay Airport (BCD) – The Bacolod-Silay Airport is located in Silay City, 15 kilometres from Bacolod City and services the general area of Metro Bacolod. There are various ways to get to Bacolod city from the airport. The airport consists of a three-level terminal which has check-in counters, public concourse, arrival area and information centre on the first floor. The pre-departure areas, including the VIP and CIP lounges, are located on the second floor. The second floor is also where the Merci Pasalubong Shop and Bong-Bong’s Pasalubong shops are. The third floor is where the viewing deck and the concession area are located. Amongst the most common method of transportation to Bacolod city is by a van which costs approximately 150 PHP per person, taking you to SM in Bacolod city. If you have luggage and have a travelling company, taking a taxi or a Grab would be a better option. Taking a Grab will cost around 350-500 PHP while a taxi will be around 450 PHP.

Narita International Airport(NRT) – Narita International Airport or also known as Tokyo Narita Airport is located in the Chiba prefecture, 60 kilometres east of Tokyo city. Narita is the main international airport in Japan and handles approximately 50% of Japan'sJapan's international passenger traffic and also 60% of Japans international air cargo traffic. Narita airport is a well-equipped modern airport that has all the facilities a traveller could ask for including shower rooms, multi-faith prayer rooms, 24 hours cafeteria and a capsule hotel connected directly to the hotel for those needing rest or planning to catch an early flight. There are two common ways to get to and from the Narita International Airport and Tokyo city centre, which is by train and by bus. Depending on which station you are heading to, there are shuttle buses which take you directly to the major train stations such as Shinjuku, Tokyo and Shibuya. There are also train lines connected directly to the airport which then connects you to any train station you are headed to.

Climate pattern in Bacolod and Tokyo

Bacolod has a very different climate compared to Tokyo. Bacolod experiences a tropical climate with warm weather and rain throughout the year, compared to Tokyo, which experiences a humid subtropical climate with four distinct seasons throughout the year.

Highlights attractions in Tokyo

  • Tokyo Sky Tree – Tokyo Sky Tree, which is a broadcasting and observation tower, is also Japan'sJapan's tallest building structure. Tokyo Sky Tree is divided into three sections which consist of a shopping area from level B1 to the fifth floor, the Sky Tree Tembo Deck on floors 340, 345 and 350, and the Sky Tree Tembo Galeria on floor 445 and 450. At the 350 tembo deck, visitors will be able to get a 360 panoramic view of Tokyo. On clear days, lucky visitors will also be able to catch a glimpse of the majestic Mount Fuji.
  • Sensoji Temple, Asakusa – After making your way to the modern and chic Tokyo Sky Tree, indulge your senses at a more traditional and spiritual site which is the Sensoji temple in Asakusa. The Sensoji temple is most famous for it's big red lantern hung at the front gate which is called the 'kaminari mon'. When visiting Sensoji Temple, don't forget to indulge in the sweet ningyo yaki cakes, which are small sweet cakes filled with red bean filling. The cakes come on different shapes and sizes and make a wonderful souvenir too.
  • Tokyo Tower – Before Tokyo Sky Tree was built Tokyo Tower was the main tower attraction in Tokyo. The tower is very similar to the Eiffel Tower in Paris, just that the Tokyo Tower is coloured bright red. Tokyo tower is still a fun place to visit and to get wonderful photos. If you have the time and feeling a little more adventurous, try climbing up the 600 steps to get to the top deck. Those who manage to climb all 600 steps will be awarded a special certificate of achievement.

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