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They say travel is restorative, and so a flight from Singapore to Tokyo Narita on AirAsia is likely to take you to another level. At AirAsia, we believe everyone can fly, especially when booking tickets is made more affordable than ever. We also believe that you should always be able to change your travel plans. One moment you’re planning to land in Tokyo Narita (NRT), and the next it’s time to head off to explore another part of or another country. So we’ve made that easier with some popular routes taking off from Tokyo Narita.
At AirAsia, we think you should travel flexibly, and a cheap AirAsia flight from Singapore to Tokyo Narita is just that. But what if you decide to change your plans and want to head to Singapore after another adventure? No problem! We’ve put together some great routes into Tokyo Narita from a variety of cities around the world. Just click on any of the routes below that interest you to find a great cheap flight to Tokyo Narita.
A fly-thru flight from Singapore (SIN) to Narita (NRT) covers a distance of 5,350 km, taking around 8 hours and 40 minutes of airtime and between 7 to 11 hours of layover time, depending on the flight you choose. Narita is 1 hour ahead of Singapore, so you won’t need to worry about any jet lag! The GMT for Tokyo (Narita) is +9, whereas Singapore is +8.
While waiting for your flight to Narita, you can visit the Jewel, a magnificent neo-futuristic architectural style terminal that cost SGD1.7 billion to build. The Jewel is a combination of an urban park and a marketplace that is designed to create an uplifting experience for its visitors. Located in the centre of the terminal is the rain vortex, the world's largest and tallest indoor waterfall which stands at 130 feet high.
Narita International Airport is formerly known as New Tokyo International Airport; it is also referred to as NRT in the IATA airport code. Located about 60 kilometres east of central Tokyo in Narita (within the Chiba prefecture), it is an international airport serving the Greater Tokyo Area of Japan. Depending on the traffic conditions, it takes about an hour's drive to Shinjuku from the airport. By train, it would take slightly longer; approximately an hour and a half. There are English signs in the airport to help you to navigate around the huge airport (Terminal 2 alone has a floor space of around 391,000 square metres).
There is plenty to do and experience in Tokyo and Narita: Delicious food, a rich culture, hot springs (onsens), theme parks...you name it. One of the really fun things to do is to drive around the city in a go-kart! The course takes you about 3 hours and it includes driving through Rainbow Bridge, areas in Tokyo Tower, Roppongi and Shibuya Crossing. Throughout the drive, a guide will be there to lead the way so that you don’t take a wrong turn or lose your way. Please be reminded that an international driving license is needed for this activity. If you prefer to stroll, you can visit Naritasan Omotesando Street instead, which is located just 10 minutes away from the airport. You can travel to the place by train and alight at Narita Station. Lined with traditional buildings leading to the temple, the 800m long retro street is where you'll catch a glimpse of Japan through eel dishes (the fish is a regional delicacy) and the traditional festivals.
The currency code for the Japanese Yen is JPY with the symbol 円 / ¥. There are ¥1,000, ¥2,000, ¥5,000 and ¥10,000 denominations for bills, whereas coins are available in ¥1, ¥5, ¥10, ¥50, ¥100 and ¥500 denominations. The average exchange rate is 1 SGD to 77.10 JPY.