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    Meijimura Museum & Inuyama Castle

    Nagoya, Japon

    Durée : 6 h 1/2

    Delve into the history of the surrounding Aichi Prefecture by browsing an open-air museum and a 16th-century castle that is remarkably intact. Dozens of buildings from the Meiji Period have been carefully reconstructed at the Meijimura museum, and you will easily recognize the Western influence in the architecture. ...
    Delve into the history of the surrounding Aichi Prefecture by browsing an open-air museum and a 16th-century castle that is remarkably intact. Dozens of buildings from the Meiji Period have been carefully reconstructed at the Meijimura museum, and you will easily recognize the Western influence in the architecture. plus...

    Delve into the history of the surrounding Aichi Prefecture by browsing an open-air museum and a 16th-century castle that is remarkably intact. Dozens of buildings from the Meiji Period have been carefully reconstructed at the Meijimura museum, and you will easily recognize the Western influence in the architecture. This short period in Japanese history ended in 1912 and marked the end of samurai rule and the beginning of Japan’s modernization.


    The nearby Inuyama Castle is even more impressive architecturally as it is one of the few castles in Japan that survived wars and natural disasters without being severely damaged. As you meander through this official national treasure, you will see artifacts relating to the Naruse family that once owned the castle. The armory of samurai weapons and the hidden doors for the guards are of particular note, as they shed light on the fact that the castle was under constant threat of attack.


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    • Adult from: 201,41 EUR
    • Child from: 148,64 EUR
    DURÉE 6 h 1/2
    NIVEAU D'ACTIVITÉ 2
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    Saigon Highlights

    Hô-Chi-Minh-Ville (Phu My), Vietnam

    Durée : 9 h

    Gain an overall understanding of Saigon through landmark architecture that reflects the changing face of the metropolis known as Ho Chi Minh City since 1976. In the lively Chinatown district of Cholon, you will find Giac Lam, the city’s oldest pagoda. ...
    Gain an overall understanding of Saigon through landmark architecture that reflects the changing face of the metropolis known as Ho Chi Minh City since 1976. In the lively Chinatown district of Cholon, you will find Giac Lam, the city’s oldest pagoda. plus...

    Gain an overall understanding of Saigon through landmark architecture that reflects the changing face of the metropolis known as Ho Chi Minh City since 1976. In the lively Chinatown district of Cholon, you will find Giac Lam, the city’s oldest pagoda. A haven of tranquility where Taoism and Confucianism merge with Buddhism, the pagoda compound includes ornate tombs, a rare bodhi tree and an elegant statue of the Goddess of Mercy. For a more contemporary perspective, you will view Independence Palace, also known as the Reunification Palace, a modernistic white building that was home to the president of South Vietnam during the Vietnam War. The Notre-Dame Cathedral Basilica of Saigon presents a glimpse into colonial life, as the French constructed it in the mid-1800s. The ornate Central Post Office is another French-built colonial gem. If not for the large portrait of Ho Chi Minh inside, you might think you were in Paris.

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    • Adult from: 74,76 EUR
    • Child from: 35,18 EUR
    DURÉE 9 h
    NIVEAU D'ACTIVITÉ 1
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    Cultural Performance & Busan City

    Busan, Corée du Sud

    Durée : 3 h 1/2

    Enjoy a glimpse of this with visits to the Yongdo Culture & Arts Center for a beautiful performance, an exploration of Yongdusan Park and by walking side-by-side with the locals at their famous fish market. ...
    Enjoy a glimpse of this with visits to the Yongdo Culture & Arts Center for a beautiful performance, an exploration of Yongdusan Park and by walking side-by-side with the locals at their famous fish market. plus...

    Renowned for its trendy cosmopolitan ambience and maritime activities, Busan is a great place to immerse yourself in the culture of South Korea. Enjoy a glimpse of this with visits to the Yongdo Culture & Arts Center for a beautiful performance, an exploration of Yongdusan Park and by walking side-by-side with the locals at their famous fish market.


    Drive to the Yongdo Cultural Center to experience the art and beauty of the Korean traditional dance. This unique performance is one of the main attractions of Korea. Traditional Korean music and dance are sophisticated forms that embrace the interplay of hung and mot-form and spirit. The performance includes a selection of regional dances featuring dancers in traditional costume.


    Visit Yongdusan Park, a favorite relaxation place for the citizens of Busan and a wonderful back-drop for many photo opportunities. Here, you can find 70 different species of trees and view the Busan Tower. The tower was built in 1973 and stands close to 400 feet above the Pusan landscape.


    Travel to the Jagalchi Fish Market which is famous throughout the country and is a great representation of Busan. The Jagalchi Fish Market is Korea's largest seafood market and is where you can see the lifestyle of the indigenous Busan natives. After the Korean War, the market solidified itself as a fish market. Most of the people who sell fish are Jagalchi Ajumma; 'ajumma' meaning middle-aged or married women.


    At the conclusion of your tour, you will have the option of exploring the downtown area on your own or returning straight to the pier.


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    • Adult from: 104,66 EUR
    • Child from: 104,66 EUR
    DURÉE 3 h 1/2
    NIVEAU D'ACTIVITÉ 1
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    Highlights of Hiroshima

    Hiroshima, Japon

    Durée : 4 h

    View the landmarks of Hiroshima, some commemorating the atomic bomb blast here in 1945 and others reflecting the city’s celebration of peace. ...
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    View the landmarks of Hiroshima, some commemorating the atomic bomb blast here in 1945 and others reflecting the city’s celebration of peace. At the poignant Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park, you will behold the ruins of some of the few concrete buildings left after the atomic bomb was dropped. One of them, the Atomic Bomb Dome, has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage site and has become a symbol of Hiroshima. You will also browse the Peace Memorial Museum whose exhibits show Hiroshima before and after the bombing and personal artifacts from the victims that humanize the devastating event. The museum encourages visitors to make a vow for universal peace. While the mood there is somber, serenity is the overarching theme at Shukkei-en Garden. Besides being a wonderful respite from the hubbub of the city, the garden is a visual delight, as plants are always in bloom. Although the atomic bomb destroyed the garden, it has been fully restored.


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    • Adult from: 95,87 EUR
    • Child from: 60,69 EUR
    DURÉE 4 h
    NIVEAU D'ACTIVITÉ 2
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    Charms of Old Manila

    Manille, Philippines

    Durée : 3 h 3/4

    Manila's tumultuous past comes alive on this exploration of its most historic sites, many of them contained within Intramuros, the city's original 16th-century district. ...
    Manila's tumultuous past comes alive on this exploration of its most historic sites, many of them contained within Intramuros, the city's original 16th-century district. plus...

    Manila's tumultuous past comes alive on this exploration of its most historic sites, many of them contained within Intramuros, the city's original 16th-century district.


    Depart from the pier by coach and begin driving along Roxas Boulevard, the wide wonderfully scenic thoroughfare that hugs the shore of Manila Bay. Before long, you'll arrive in Intramuros, the city's oldest district, which is enclosed within a thick wall that the Spanish built for defense in the 1500s. Here, you'll tour notorious Fort Santiago, where prisoners were held and tortured throughout the history of Manila. You may even see the symbolic bronzed footsteps of Dr. Jose Rizal, a national hero who was imprisoned in the fortress before walking to his execution, the penalty for his inflammatory, anti-colonial writings.


    Then, after some free time to shop for souvenirs, you'll travel to serene Rizal Park, whose focal point is the Rizal Monument which was built in honor of the country's national hero, Dr. Jose Rizal. After a photo stop you'll continue on to view the Manila Hotel, a luxurious Philippine landmark that opened in 1912. General Douglas MacArthur used the hotel as his command post during much of World War II. After viewing these most notable landmarks of old Manila, you'll return to the pier where your tour concludes.


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    • Adult from: 69,48 EUR
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    DURÉE 3 h 3/4
    NIVEAU D'ACTIVITÉ 2
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    Best of Beppu

    Beppu, Japon

    Durée : 4 h

    Visit two of Beppu’s many hot springs known as jigokus and a forested park that countless wild monkeys inhabit. With more than 2,500 thermal springs in and around Beppu, thick clouds of steam can always be seen rising from the ground. ...
    Visit two of Beppu’s many hot springs known as jigokus and a forested park that countless wild monkeys inhabit. With more than 2,500 thermal springs in and around Beppu, thick clouds of steam can always be seen rising from the ground. plus...

    Visit two of Beppu’s many hot springs known as jigokus and a forested park that countless wild monkeys inhabit. With more than 2,500 thermal springs in and around Beppu, thick clouds of steam can always be seen rising from the ground. At the Umi Jigoku, the so called Sea Hell, you will notice that the cobalt-blue water is near boiling and so hot that visitors only observe the thermal phenomenon. However, at the Chinoike Jigoku or Blood Pond Hell, you might take a foot bath in the iron oxide-rich water that gives the pool its reddish color. The hot springs throughout Beppu are said to have restorative powers, and visitors come from all over to soak in them. The Takasakiyama Monkey Park is also wildly popular, as it offers a rare close-up look at macaques freely roaming the forested mountain slopes. You too will be free to wander about while observing these Old World monkeys.


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    • Adult from: 113,46 EUR
    • Child from: 87,07 EUR
    DURÉE 4 h
    NIVEAU D'ACTIVITÉ 3
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    World Heritage Sites Shirakawago & Gokayama

    Kanazawa, Japon

    Durée : 7 h 1/2

    Behold the architecture in two isolated villages that UNESCO found so unusual that it deemed them World Heritage sites. ...
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    Behold the architecture in two isolated villages that UNESCO found so unusual that it deemed them World Heritage sites. The villages of Shirakawago and Gokayama are in the remote Shogawa River Valley surrounded by high rugged mountains, a location that made them difficult to access for centuries.


    To cope with the abundance of snow that falls there, the residents constructed farmhouses with steeply pitched thatched roofs to reduce the amount of snow that accumulates on them. The roof design also allows for large attics, in which the residents rear silkworms, which they feed leaves from the surrounding mulberry trees. Only one other nearby village boasts this type of architecture, known as gassho-zukuri, a style that means “constructed like hands in prayer.”


    Following free time in both villages, you will watch a demonstration of paper-making in Gokayama. The specialized washi paper is exceptionally colorful and patterned. The fiber for it comes from mulberry trees.


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    • Adult from: 131,05 EUR
    • Child from: 87,07 EUR
    DURÉE 7 h 1/2
    NIVEAU D'ACTIVITÉ 2
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    Brunei Culture & Visit to Water Village

    Muara, Brunei Darussalam

    Durée : 4 h 1/2

    An eye-opening study in contrasts, this tour presents the extravagant world of Brunei's sultan, followed by a look at life in a village built on stilts in the river. ...
    An eye-opening study in contrasts, this tour presents the extravagant world of Brunei's sultan, followed by a look at life in a village built on stilts in the river. plus...

    An eye-opening study in contrasts, this tour presents the extravagant world of Brunei's sultan, followed by a look at life in a village built on stilts in the river.


    Starting off from the pier, you will first travel inland toward the majestic Jame Mosque, Brunei's largest, where you will pause briefly for photos. Nearby, you will have a second photo stop that offers you a distant view of the Sultan's Palace (there is no stop at the Palace itself) which is situated on the leafy banks of the Brunei River.


    Continuing on, you will arrive at the white-domed Royal Regalia where you can wander through exhibits of luxurious items from the Sultan's lavish coronation and other celebrations. Some of the items you may have the opportunity to see here are His Majesty's royal chariot, ceremonial swords, a model of the palace and various gifts from foreign dignitaries. But as you will soon see, there's more to Brunei than the extravagances afforded by its abundant oil and natural gas.


    Making your way to a nearby jetty, you will board a boat and cruise to Water Village where you will witness firsthand a much different side of life. More than 30,000 people live here in thousands of structures built on stilts in the Brunei River. The village is an amazing assortment of homes, restaurants, mosques, shops and hospitals, all connected by wooden boardwalks. Surprisingly, some of the homes are quite elaborate, and you will have the unique opportunity of stopping by one for a cup of tea. Amazingly, people have lived in the Water Village for more than 1,300 years, making it one of the most historic areas in Brunei.


    Following your time at the Water Village, you will retrace your route as you make your way back to the pier.


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    • Adult from: 78,28 EUR
    • Child from: 43,10 EUR
    DURÉE 4 h 1/2
    NIVEAU D'ACTIVITÉ 2
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    Best of Nagoya

    Nagoya, Japon

    Durée : 7 h

    Gain a cultural and historical understanding of Nagoya by visiting attractions that reveal how the area has changed over the centuries. ...
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    Gain a cultural and historical understanding of Nagoya by visiting attractions that reveal how the area has changed over the centuries. Nagoya Castle Honmaru Palace lends insight into 17th-century Japan. Although destroyed by fire during World War II, the castle has been faithfully reconstructed using the original methods of construction. The golden sea creatures on the castle’s roof have become a symbol of Nagoya.


    For a look into more modern Japan, you will visit the Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology, an attraction that celebrates industrial innovations. You can expect to see exhibits on textiles, automotive breakthroughs and steam engine technology. Atsuta Shrine will present a glimpse into the Shinto religion. It is known most famously for the legendary sword that is enshrined there. The weapon is so sacred that it is never displayed, however, thousands of other artifacts are exhibited, including holy garments, utensils for deities and ancient documents.


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    • Adult from: 175,02 EUR
    • Child from: 131,05 EUR
    DURÉE 7 h
    NIVEAU D'ACTIVITÉ 2
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    Jingu Shrine & Amazing Hell Springs

    Beppu, Japon

    Durée : 5 h

    Gain insight into the Shinto religion at an 8th-century shrine and observe two of the most spectacular thermal springs around Beppu. ...
    Gain insight into the Shinto religion at an 8th-century shrine and observe two of the most spectacular thermal springs around Beppu. plus...

    Gain insight into the Shinto religion at an 8th-century shrine and observe two of the most spectacular thermal springs around Beppu. Usa Jinga Shrine is one of the oldest in Japan and is dedicated to Hachiman, the patron deity of war. The design of the shrine’s vermilion-lacquered main hall is a prototype of the Hachiman-zukuri style of architecture and is well worth exploring, as are the cultural artifacts in the shrine’s treasure hall. The thermal springs throughout Beppu may be even more visually arresting, especially ones such as Chinoike Jigoku. Also known as Blood Pond Hell, the spring is blood-red, a color that comes from the iron oxide in the water. If you wish, you can take a foot bath in the restorative waters. In contrast, the water in the nearby hot spring Umi Jigoku is colored turquoise blue. While there, you may see vendors selling pudding that was cooked in the boiling water.


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    • Adult from: 131,05 EUR
    • Child from: 104,66 EUR
    DURÉE 5 h
    NIVEAU D'ACTIVITÉ 2
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    Architecture & Sake Museum of Kobe

    Himeji, Japon

    Durée : 7 h

    Recognize the craftsmanship behind some of Kobe’s finest architecture by browsing a carpentry museum, followed by an enlightening look at sake production at a museum dedicated to Japan’s most iconic drink. ...
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    Recognize the craftsmanship behind some of Kobe’s finest architecture by browsing a carpentry museum, followed by an enlightening look at sake production at a museum dedicated to Japan’s most iconic drink. The Takenaka Carpentry Tools Museum is the only venue of its kind in Japan, and its collection of mostly hand tools is astounding. The museum building is equally remarkable, as master craftsmen built it using traditional techniques and materials such as juraku clay and Ibushi-smoked roof tiles. The Kikumasamune Sake Museum is just as devoted to the finer points of Japan’s revered rice wine. Besides gaining an understanding of how sake is processed, you will sample a selection of the drink, whose origins predate recorded history. Kobe’s acclaimed Nada district is Japan’s largest sake producer, so expect the tastes to vary. Back in Himeji, you will pause at its elegant castle, a 17th-century landmark so distinctive that it earned a UNESCO World Heritage site designation.


    HIGHLIGHTS:
    • Browse the Takenaka Carpentry Tools Museum, the only one of its kind in Japan.
    • See how sake is produced at the museum dedicated to it and then sample some sake.
    • Behold Himeji Castle, an outstanding example of 17th-century Japanese castle architecture.

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    • Adult from: 175,02 EUR
    • Child from: 175,02 EUR
    DURÉE 7 h
    NIVEAU D'ACTIVITÉ 2
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    Old Manila & Jeepney

    Manille, Philippines

    Durée : 3 h 3/4

    Delve deeply into Manila's past by visiting key historic landmarks, at times traveling by Jeepney, a wildly colored, bus-like vehicle that's considered a cultural icon. ...
    Delve deeply into Manila's past by visiting key historic landmarks, at times traveling by Jeepney, a wildly colored, bus-like vehicle that's considered a cultural icon. plus...

    Delve deeply into Manila's past by visiting key historic landmarks, at times traveling by Jeepney, a wildly colored, bus-like vehicle that's considered a cultural icon.


    Boarding your motor coach at the pier, you will first drive along Roxas Boulevard, the wide wonderfully scenic thoroughfare that hugs the shore of Manila Bay. Before long, you'll arrive in Intramuros, the city's oldest district, which is enclosed within a thick wall that the Spanish built for defense in the 1500s. Here, you'll tour notorious Fort Santiago, an imposing fortress where prisoners were held and tortured throughout the history of Manila.


    n, after some free time for souvenir shopping, you'll continue the tour via Jeepney. A uniquely Manilan form of transportation, these bus-like vehicles were originally made from U.S. military Jeeps after World War II. Today's Jeepneys are air-conditioned, typically painted in flamboyant colors, and abundant on the streets of Manila.


    More historical sites await you, starting with magnificent San Agustin, a stone church constructed in 1606, and Casa Manila, a replica of a lavish Spanish colonial house decorated with period furniture. It was built as a pet project of the Philippines' former first lady Imelda Marcos.


    Re-boarding your coach, you'll make a photo stop at serene Rizal Park, which is dedicated to national hero Dr. Jose Rizal, you'll see the Manila Hotel, a luxurious Philippine landmark that opened in 1912. General Douglas MacArthur used the hotel as his command post during much of World War II. Afterwards, you'll return to the pier.


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    • Adult from: 95,87 EUR
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    DURÉE 3 h 3/4
    NIVEAU D'ACTIVITÉ 2
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