Flights to Japan: Hong Kong Airlines Return Flights for 1 Person to Tokyo or Osaka

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The deal

  • Return flights for 1 to Tokyo for $995
    • Return economy air ticket from Hong Kong - Tokyo by Hong Kong Airlines (Depart: HX610 / Return: HX611)
    • Call to inquire for other flight times
    • 20kg check-in luggage allowance.
    • Snack.
  • Return flights for 1 to Osaka for $995
    • Return economy air ticket from Hong Kong - Osaka by Hong Kong Airlines (Depart: HX6014 / Return: HX619 / HX6015)
    • Call to inquire for other flight times
    • 20kg check-in luggage allowance.
    • Snack.

Flight schedule

Hong Kong - Tokyo

  • HX608
    • Departure: 9am (GMT +8)
    • Arrival: 1.55pm (GMT +9)
  • HX610
    • Departure: 3.50pm (GMT +8)
    • Arrival: 9pm (GMT +9)

Tokyo - Hong Kong

  • HX611
    • Departure: 9.05am (GMT +9)
    • Arrival: 1.30pm (GMT +8)
  • HX609
    • Departure: 2.55pm (GMT +9)
    • Arrival: 7.15pm (GMT +8)

Hong Kong - Osaka

  • HX6014 (Sep 12 to Oct 29)
    • Departure: 5.10pm (GMT +8)
    • Arrival: 9.55pm (GMT +9)
  • HX612 (Oct 29 to Nov 27)
    • Departure: 6.15pm (GMT +8)
    • Arrival: 10.35pm (GMT +9)

Osaka - Hong Kong

  • HX619
    • Departure: 4.50pm (GMT +9)
    • Arrival: 8.10pm (GMT +8)
  • HX6015 (Sep 12 to Oct 29)
    • Departure: 10.55pm (GMT +9)
    • Arrival: 1.35am (GMT +8)
  • HX613 (Oct 29 to Nov 27)
    • Departure: 11.35pm (GMT +9)
    • Arrival: 2.55am (GMT +8)

Tokyo, Japan: What to see and do

The metropolis of Tokyo is a flurry of sights and activity, hosting attractions ranging from the old to the new within an area of over 2,000 square kilometres that stretches from the western mountains to Tokyo Bay in the east. The amber spire of the Tokyo Tower is clearly outlined against the sea of skyscrapers that dominate the skyline and from the 150-metre high main observation deck, you can have a bird’s eye view of the city. There is no better way to explore Tokyo than to take to the streets and discover its novelties – be it a themed cafe featuring maids in Victorian-era dresses, a public bath with hot spring water, or sushi bars where you can watch master chefs craft delicate pieces of nigiri. Shinjuku and Shibuya are popular districts for partying, shopping, and entertainment; Akihabara is the centre of Japan’s otaku culture and is filled with stores dedicated to anime, manga, and electronics; while Harajuku is a fashion capital where youngsters and cosplayers gather to showcase their eccentric outfits. An extensive train network connects most areas within Central Tokyo, and you can conveniently travel around by using a prepaid fare card.

Besides the trendy urban lifestyle, there are still many facets of Tokyo to be uncovered. Within the sprawling megalopolis, bits and pieces of history exist within old buildings and pockets of nature provide a reprieve from the modern landscape. Imagine the days when the Tokugawa shoguns ruled over Japan as you walk around the East Gardens of the Imperial Palace. Enjoy a quiet stroll at Meiji Shrine past wooded forests, Shinto shrines, and the Meiji Jingu Treasure House that has an exhibit of Emperor Meiji’s and Empress Shoken’s personal belongings. Next to Tokyo Dome, you will find one of Tokyo’s oldest gardens, Koishikawa Korakuen, built during the early Edo period. It is a great place for sightseeing especially from late March to early April when the cherry trees start to blossom, grow laden with flowers, and slowly shed their petals, blanketing the ground with a fine dusting of pink.

Osaka, Japan: What to see and do

The Osaka district though recognised as the second smallest prefecture by size, holds a populous lot of up to 2.6 million making up 7% of the nation. Bustling past its electrifying state of current economic vibrancy and commerce, the city owes its culmination of culture, business, and arts to its central fixture West of Kobe and North of Sakai; forming a coastal cusp that formed the entryway for the welcoming of past dignitaries and explorers from China, Korea, and the Asian continent. The former Naniwazu Port saw excursions from foreign craftsmen and trade stalwarts during its operations in the 5th century, as well as the introduction and spread of Buddhism.

This seeping in of spiritual salience among Osaka’s kinsfolk spurred the sprouting of historical structures of worship and idolatry, with main exemplars including the Naniwanomiya Palace, considered to be the oldest palace in Japan, as well as Shitennoji Temple – built in 593 A.D by Prince Shotoku, marking a notch in the annals of his repertoire as unifier and advocate of Buddhism during the dogmatic rift between his Soga Clan and the conservative Shinto leanings of the Mononobe Clan. Now surrounded by the enveloping city expanse, the weathered beacon sits within a few minutes’ drive south from the Osaka Castle – an imposing display of legacy, with rebuilt walls, intricate gold leaf accents, and perching dolphin and tiger roof embellishments marking a lasting testament of perseverance and treasured heritage through the test of typhoons, wars, and the occasional strike of lightning.

Incorporated as a city in 1889, Osaka came into form as Japan’s largest city and the world’s sixth by the year 1925. Spurring forth from this scale of urban growth, the city tract of Osaka holds winding lines of subway routes, with the Osaka Loop Line circling central district haunts, while road travels come available through family-friendly car rentals providing motion through the stretch of the Hanshin Expressway, with designated city lots in Umeda and Namba offering handy parking convenience for further strolls within the city’s streets.

A glance into the buzzing street sights of Osaka yields travellers with a multitude of cuisine and leisure attractions immersed in ingrained appreciation for the varied native cultures and traditions. Quirky quests find cause in attractions such as the Konamon Museum – with exhibits and activities revolving around the making of Osaka staples of takoyaki octopus-filled snacks; or instead delve into the craft of making decorative plastic food samples at Morino Samples. Guests looking for actual edibles can venture further into local tachinomi standing bars serving deep-fried skewers, or kushi-katsu; in addition to local necessities of okonomi-yaki and yaki-soba, while sightseers eager to grasp the city’s vastness can find eagle-eye views overlooking the urban tract from the looming red Ferris wheel perched atop the Hankyu Entertainment Park in Umeda.



  • Traverse the green sprawl of Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden, Ueno Park, and Yoyogi Park; or catch glimpses of local landmarks like the temples of Asakusa, the Tokyo Skytree, Tokyo Tower, and more.
  • Visit Osaka, one of Japan’s largest cities and discover the sights of Osaka Castle, Shinsekai, and Sumiyoshi Taisha.
  • Tokyo is TripAdvisor’s top destination in Japan while Osaka ranks third on the list.

The Fine Print

Book By Date: Sep 20, 2016.

Travel Period:

- Tokyo: Aug 26, 2016 - Mar 25, 2017.

- Osaka: Sep 15, 2016 - Oct 29, 2016. Nov 27, 2016 - March 25, 2017.


  • Customers must purchase travel insurance with Skywards Travel. Kindly call to enquire.

Includes (for 1 person):

  • Return economy air ticket from Hong Kong - Tokyo / Osaka by Hong Kong Airlines.

  • 20kg check-in luggage allowance.

  • Snack.

Does Not Include:

  • Accommodation.

  • Airport transfer.

  • All meals not specified.

  • Travel insurance.

  • Items of a personal nature, porterage, tipping, and sightseeing not mentioned.


  • Kindly check with Skywards Travel Ltd. for child rate.

  • All passengers must travel together on the same outbound and inbound flights.

  • Passports must have a min. validity of 6 months from expiry date on date of travel.

  • Visa application (where applicable) and personal travel documents are the sole responsibility of travellers.

  • Printed Groupon voucher required for booking.

  • Please see the Universal Fine Print


  • No refund, cancellations or amendments allowed upon confirmation of bookings.

  • No-shows forfeit Groupon.

Black-out periods

  • Dec 21, 2016 - Dec 31, 2016.

  • Jan 27, 2017 - Jan 31, 2017.


  • HK & local airport taxes, airport construction fees, and security charges (payable to Skywards Travel Ltd.): $590 per person.

  • Compulsory travel insurance: from $110 per person (Call to inquire)


  • The Travel Industry Council of Hong Kong advises customers to purchase travel insurance packages before departure

  • To ensure your own safety, travellers should consider whether the Security Bureau has issued a travel alert for the destination before purchase

  • Please prepare travel documents with more than 6 months validity (count from the date of return)

  • Please check all the notes and remarks in your travel documents

  • Please contact Skywards Travel if you do not have HKID card


  • All bookings must be made by Sep 20, 2016 before 4pm.

  • A. Call 2412 3111 (Heng Fa Chuen) / 2577 4188 (CWB) / 2327 5000 (Kwai Fong) / 2652 2000 (Yuen Long) / 2522 0228 (Central) / 2420 1234 (Luk Yeung) / 2380 8000 (Hang Hau, East Point City) / 2809 4567 (Hang Hau, The Lane)

  • B. Email

  • C. For enquiry WhatsApp 9664 2335 / 6016 5863 / 6119 1167

  • Please provide the following details upon booking: preferred date(s) of departure, English name(s) (same as passport), gender, date or birth, contact number, passport number with expiration date, Groupon code, security code and Groupon PDF

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