AirAsia X announced its partnership with MY ecolodge, a reputable boutique travellers’ lodge managed by Fairlane Hospitality to offer special ‘Niseko Super Summer Saver’ all-inclusive travel packages from as low as RM3,900 per person for 5 days 4 nights in the Niseko region of Hokkaido from June to October 2016.
This partnership was officially launched in Kuala Lumpur by His Excellency Dr. Makio Miyagawa, Ambassador of Japan to Malaysia, in the company of Tan Sri Rafidah Aziz, Chairman of AirAsia X Berhad, Ms Low Su Ming, Director of MYecolodge, Mr Benyamin Ismail, Chief Executive Officer of AirAsia X Berhad and Mr Darren Wickings, General Manager of Fairlane Hospitality Japan.
The primary objective of this collaboration is to jointly promote Niseko as an all-season holiday destination.
This positive collaboration is expected to enable more Malaysians the opportunity to vacation in Niseko at affordable prices.
The “Niseko Super Summer Saver” is a special group tour package for a minimum of 10 guests per group inclusive of return flights to Sapporo from Kuala Lumpur, 4 or 5 nights’ accommodation at MY ecolodge, local airport transfer, meals and ground activities with prices ranging from RM3,900* to RM4,800* per guest. The travelling period is from June to October 2016 except July 2016.
The package price is also inclusive of airport taxes, booking fees, 20kg baggage allowance and standard seat selection. Reservations can be made by contacting Fairlane Hospitality Group Desk at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 03-4048 3668.
Sapporo is the largest city on the Northern Japanese island of Hokkaido, also the gateway to the neighbouring Niseko region that is about 100 kilometres or two and a half hours’ drive away.
Set against the backdrop of Mt. Yotei, an active volcano similar to Mt. Fuji, Niseko is famous for its breath-taking natural landscape and world renowned resorts.
In summer, the pleasant weather that is less humid than the rest of Japan at Niseko attracts a large number of local tourists from the mainland Japan as well as international tourist from abroad.
With three National Parks in and around the area, there is more than enough to satisfy even the long-
Visitors can lace up their hiking shoes and trek through unspoiled countryside in search for some of Hokkaido’s famed inhabitants such as the elusive ‘momonga’ (flying squirrel), look for some of the island’s unique plant life, rent a mountain bike, spend a day fishing, tour the summer backcountry or explore the region’s rivers by canoe or even rapid water rafting!