Since 1869, Tokyo has been the capital city for Japan, and it has a large population area of metropolitan in the world. The population of the city is estimated to have over 13 million people. Tokyo has ranked as one of the world's most expensive cities in the cost of living.
The perfect period to fly to Tokyo is during the off-peak season in March. It is because there are no public holidays in Singapore during that period. The visitors can save their money by getting cheaper airfares from a few airlines. For the visitors who want to see the cherry blossom, the visitors will meet many people from all around the world. The city is also packed during Golden Week, Obon, and end of the year holidays. The flight ticket price will be higher than the usual price because of a few holidays in Singapore and Tokyo.
Singapore has only one main airport called the Singapore Changi Airport. This airport receives many international flights and cargo flights. Singapore Changi Airport has four terminals. Among the flights that they have received are Thai Airways, Air China, Egypt Air, Royal Brunei, Oman Air, VietJet Air, and many more. The visitors have to travel to the main airport of Tokyo which is called Narita International Airport. The flight duration is about 7 hours and 5 minutes. This airport also handles for cargo flights and international flights. The first terminal will handle flights from Singapore Airlines, Korean Air, Hong Kong Airlines, and All Nippon Airways. The second terminal is for Bangkok Airways and Japan Airlines. The visitors are advised to take a train or bus from the airport rather than a taxi because the taxi fares are expensive if the visitors have lots of luggage.
Singapore has a hot and humid climate as well as heavy rainfall. The country will also hit by two monsoon seasons such as the Southwest Monsoon Season from June to September and the Northeast Monsoon Season from December to March. There is a high possibility that all the Singapore flights and Tokyo flights will not operate during bad weather. In Tokyo, the climate is subtropical. The weather will be hot and humid in July and August. The rainy season will fall in June, September, and October. For the visitors who like cold weather, then January is a perfect time to travel.
1. Tokyo Skytree - Tokyo Skytree is one of the tallest towers in the world. It has a height of 634 metres and a popular destination among the locals and foreign visitors. The visitors can experience a panoramic 360-degree view of Tokyo from the observation decks and make a tour at Sumida aquarium and Postal Museum. There are also shopping malls and restaurants in this tower too.
2. Sensoji Temple - Situated in Asakusa, Sensoji Temple is the oldest and famous temple in the city. It has a five-storey pagoda, Asakusa Shrine, and Shinto Shrine. There will be incense of smoke over the visitors’ body. The smoke can cure any ailments and improve the visitors’ health. The visitors will also find many shops selling souvenirs, crafts and light snacks.
3. Tokyo Tower - Tokyo Tower is the second tallest building after Tokyo Skytree in Japan with a height of 333 metres. Besides being a popular tourist spot area, it also serves as the broadcast antenna. The visitors can enjoy a stunning view from the observation deck and buy some souvenirs in this tower.