You Can Now Fly Direct to Okinawa on Special SilkAir Flights

You Can Now Fly Direct to Okinawa on Special SilkAir Flights

No more wasting time and energy at stopovers. Go straight from Singapore to Okinawa's capital, Naha and unwind in the tropical islands.

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Attention all Japan fans! If you’ve always wanted to visit Okinawa then now’s the perfect time to pack your bags. SilkAir has just announced special charter DIRECT flights to the sunny tropical islands of Japan’s southernmost prefecture. Konnichiwa!

You can now fly straight to Okinawa in just 5 hours from Singapore between November 2016 to January 2017. Catch one of SilkAir’s 12 charter flights for your year-end escapades. They land in Okinawa’s capital, Naha, where you can visit WWII memorials, old Japanese castles and gorgeous zen gardens.

Also read: A 7D6N Okinawa Itinerary: How to Explore One of Japan’s Hidden Gems

Did you know Okinawa extends practically into Taiwan? This means you can explore both Japanese AND Taiwanese culture in just one trip. Make sure to check out the Chinese-influence architecture, traditional clothing and food! They are unlike ANY other part of Japan.  

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Shop till you drop without worrying about extra charges because they provide 30kg and 40kg baggage allowance for Economy and Business class respectively.

All flights are in SilkAir’s shiny new Boeing 737-800 aircraft. They even include inflight meals and inflight entertainment, which is perfect especially if you are going with your family!

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We hear that SilkAir is building a direct Singapore-Okinawa air link in the (hopeful) future. Fingers crossed that this will be here for good! We definitely want to keep going again (and again!)

Also read: 10 Quirky Things in Okinawa that are Un-Japanese

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