Another Harry Potter theme park is set to open in Tokyo, Japan in 2023 and this will make it one of two Wizarding World attractions besides Universal Studios Japan.
Screaming, shouting and yelling are prohibited on Japanese roller coasters according to new COVID-19 health and safety guidelines.
All our booths at KLIA2, Penang, Johor Bahru & Kota Kinabalu are temporarily closed until further notice.
Social distancing can help flatten the curve and effectively reduce the pressure on our health services – doctors, nurses, hospital cleaners and all other frontliners who are putting forward their lives to keep us safe.
Tokyo Disneyland, Tokyo DisneySea, and Universal Studios Japan will be closed from now till 15 March 2020 due to the coronavirus.
On 1 April this year, Tokyo Disneyland and DisneySea will be raising their entrance fees. This price increase will be their first since April 2016, excluding price hikes due to tax increases.
This April, head to Tokyo Disneyland to experience a “New Fantasyland”! Tomorrowland and Toontown will be getting their own additions too. Read for sneak peeks of the new attractions coming April 15, 2020.
There’s nothing quite like cherry blossom season or the sakura season in Japan! If you’re dreaming of the perfect hanami holiday, click here for the best places and times to see cherry blossoms in Japan!
Cherry blossom season is expected to arrive in Tokyo a week earlier than other years. Tokyo and Kochi prefectures will be the first in Japan to observe the iconic bloom.
From 31st October 2019 onwards, the collection and return of Travel WiFi will no longer take place at KLIA, Departure Hall Level 5. We will be moving to a new location. Read to find out more.