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Best offers from Bangkok to Nagoya

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2024/10/13 - 2024/10/19

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THB31,860*

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Plan a trip from Bangkok to Nagoya with STARLUX Airlines

Nagoya, a city with rich culture and futuristic modern.

Located in the western part of Aichi Prefecture, Nagoya is one of the three largest cities in Japan, along with Tokyo and Osaka, and has deep connections with the "Three Unifiers of the Sengoku Period," Oda Nobunaga, Toyotomi Hideyoshi, and Tokugawa Ieyasu. Therefore, Nagoya has a long history of old towns and historic buildings, as well as culturally rich, modern architecture and attractions. Moreover, Shirakawa-go Gassho Zukuri Folk Village, Takayama, and Tateyama Kurobe are popular destinations near Nagoya, attracting plenty of passengers every year.

Exploring Nagoya

In Nagoya Castle, one of the three most famous cities in Japan, the golden dolphins hanging from the beams guard the magnificent Tenshokaku and the gorgeous Honmaru Goten, which have been designated as Japan's national treasures. Atsuta Shrine, Japan's second most revered Shinto shrine, is located within the forest along with other ancient monuments, and the legend of the Sword of Kusanagi attracts many worshippers every year. The Osu Shopping District, with its oversized Fortune Cat as its centerpiece, is a 1700-meter shopping arcade with more than 1,200 businesses, making it a popular shopping destination in Nagoya for food, groceries, and electrical appliances. Meanwhile, the Osu Shopping District is also the birthplace of cosplay, and attracts fans with a variety of "Otaku Bunka" stores and facilities.

In addition to history and culture, Nagoya offers a wide range of modern facilities. "Oasis 21”, a state-of-the-art complex that boasts an oval-shaped structure with a glass roof, located next to the Nagoya TV Tower and Lawn Plaza, is surrounded by a variety of shopping malls, Ferris wheels, restaurants, and drugstores, making it a great place for shopping and strolling. At night, when the LEDs are lit up, Oasis 21 looks like a spaceship ready to take off, a dazzling and eye-catching sight that is quite different from the daytime scenery. In recent years, Nagoya has become a popular destination for parents and children as well. There are four theme parks in and around the city, including Ghibli Park, LEGOLAND, Nagashima Land, and Port Of Nagoya Public Aquarium, as well as a variety of botanical gardens and science museums, allowing both children and adults to enjoy their travels.

Gourmets should not miss Nagoya's rich culinary offerings. "Horaiken" and "Miyakagi" are centuries-old restaurants serving eel rice. A large amount of chopped eel is spread over rice, and customers taste the original flavor before adding condiments and pouring hot tea or soup over the rice, which is served as tea-infused rice. Miso pork cutlet, miso-cooked udon noodles, and Japanese fried chicken wings are also typical of Nagoya's cuisine.

Away from the city, the outskirts of Nagoya, including Shirakawa-go Gassho Zukuri Folk Village, Takayama, and Tateyama Kurobe, are popular tourist destinations, and are about 2 to 3 hours from Nagoya, so you can choose to make a round trip in one day or stay there overnight. In the fall and winter, the golden autumn maples and snowy night lantern festival in Gassho Zukuri Folk Village are like a fantasy world. Takayama used to be a prosperous castle town and commercial center, and now the old buildings have been preserved and transformed into the quaint Takayama Old Town, which is home to a large number of brewery shops and Hida beef delicacies. In April, when Tateyama Kurobe opens up, the wall of snow can reach an average height of 7 meters, which is impressive even if you don't see it with your own eyes. The snow walls, the Hannoki Waterfall, and the Mikuriga Pond are all popular attractions in the Tateyama Kurobe area.

The best travel season

Nagoya is a city with four distinct seasons. The average temperature throughout the year is around 19°C, with the highest temperature at 32°C and the lowest at 0.2°C. Popular tourist seasons are spring from April to June, when cherry blossoms are in full bloom at Nagoya Castle, Shiratori Garden, and Tsurumai Park, and fall from October to November, when Higashiyama Zoo and Tokugawa Garden are favorite maple viewing spots.

City transportation

Nagoya is the third largest city in Japan with many transportation options. In the city, JR, subway, and buses are the most popular means of transportation. The one-day subway pass or weekend pass is convenient and cost-effective ticket for travelers. If you want to go to Gassho Zukuri Folk Village or Hida Takayama, you can use Kintetsu, JR, Meitetsu, and buses, and use the JR Pass for Takayama and Hokuriku area, which will definitely help you save a lot of money!

Search for STARLUX flights and plan a trip to Nagoya, and enjoy a safe and high-quality flight experience worth treasuring in your heart!

FAQ

When can I fly to Nagoya with a lower fare?

You can plan your trip by taking the reference of the lowest fares found by travelers within the latest 48 hours. Log in as a COSMILE member at the time of ticket purchase to earn mileage upon completing your flight.

How many flights are there to Nagoya every week?

STARLUX Airlines offers daily flights to Nagoya. You can check the detailed flight dates and information via timetable.

Nagoya Chubu Centrair International Airport(NGO) Information

Nagoya Chubu Centrair International Airport (NGO), also known as CENTRAIR, is the main airport in Nagoya and central Japan to connect to the rest of the country. Located on an artificial island in Ise Bay, it is Japan's third airport built on reclaimed land and is designed as a multifunctional gourmet shopping mall. Don't forget to go to a hot spring and enjoy Nagoya's delicious food before your flight.

How far is the Nagoya Airport from downtown?

Nagoya Chubu Airport (NGO) is located about 50 kilometers from Nagoya. Kindly remind you to plan your transportation to the city before departure.

How to get from the airport to downtown?

Perfectly located, Nagoya Chubu Centrair International Airport is well-served by a wide range of transportation options, including the μ-sky (ミュースカイ) train operated by Nagoya Railroad (Meitetsu), which provides a 30-minute direct connection to Nagoya Station and then transfers to Shinkansen, JR, and other routes, making it the most convenient transportation option for travelers.

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