Hokkaido is the northernmost island of Japan, known for its stunning natural beauty, abundant snowfall, and unique cultural heritage. It is the second largest island in Japan and has a cooler climate than the rest of the country, with cold winters and mild summers. The island is known for its abundant snowfall in winter, making it a popular destination for winter sports such as skiing and snowboarding. In Spring, the fields are filled with flowers of all colors. In Summer, the lakes and sea are a dazzling blue. Autumn adorns the mountains and forests with colorful leaves. Hokkaido is also famous for its natural beauty and wildlife. The island is home to many national parks, including Daisetsuzan National Park and Shiretoko National Park, which are known for their stunning landscapes and diverse flora and fauna. Hokkaido is also famous for its hot springs, which can be found throughout the island. Overall, Hokkaido is a fascinating destination that offers a diverse range of activities and experiences for visitors to enjoy.

Day 01       Singapore-Sapporo

Assemble at Singapore Changi Airport for your flight to Hokkaido, Sapporo.


Day 02       Chitose-Noboribetsu-Lake Toya                                                                                (B/Sukiyaki lunch /Hot spring set dinner)

Noboribetsu Marine Park Nixe (登别尼克斯海洋公园): Aquarium with a variety of marine life, plus underwater tunnels, penguin parades & dolphin shows.

Jigokudani (地獄谷) or "Hell Valley" is a spectacular, appropriately named valley just above the town of Noboribetsu Onsen, which displays hot steam vents, sulfurous streams, and other volcanic activity.

Noboribetsu's hot spring town (登別溫泉街): is Hokkaido's most famous hot spring resort. A large amount of Noboribetsu's many types of hot spring water surfaces in the spectacular Jigokudani or "Hell Valley" just above the resort town.

Lake Toya (洞爺湖) is part of the Shikotsu-Toya National Park. In addition to the lake itself, the Toyako region features hot springs and an active volcano,

H:The Lake view TOYA Nonokaze resort or similar


Day 03       Lake Toya-Hakodate                                                                                                               (B/Teriyaki Set Meal /Seafood set meal)

Overview-Showa Shinzan (昭和新山): is a volcanic mountain located in the town of Tomakomai, Hokkaido, Japan. It is a relatively young mountain, having formed as recently as 1944 because of a volcanic eruption.

Hakodate Cable Car (night view) (函館): is Hokkaido's third largest city, located at the island's southern tip. Hakodate is best known for the spectacular views to be enjoyed from Mount Hakodate and its delicious, fresh seafood.

H:Hakodate Yunokawa Onsen Umi to Akari Hewitt Resort or similar


Day 04       Hakodate-Niseko                                                                                              (B/Chicken Sumo Pot Gozen  /Set Dinner in hotel)

The Hakodate Morning Market (函館朝市): is held daily from 5am (6am from January to April) to noon, just a few steps away from JR Hakodate Station. The market area spans about four city blocks.

Kanemori Red Brick Warehouse (金森仓库群): Hakodate Port was among the first Japanese ports to be opened to international trade towards the end of the feudal era. Several red brick warehouses from past trading days survive along the waterfront in the bay area of Hakodate and have been redeveloped into an atmospheric shopping, dining and entertainment complex.

Fort Goryokaku (五稜郭):  is a popular tourist attraction, known for its unique star-shaped design and its role in Japanese history. Visitors to the fort can take a guided tour to learn about its history and can also enjoy the panoramic views from the top of its walls. The fort is also surrounded by a park, which is a popular cherry blossom viewing spot in the spring.

H:Niseko Hilton or similar


Day 05       Niseko-Otaru-Sapporo                                     (B/Otaru Nigiri Sushi + Seafood Ishikari Hot Pot /Japanese buffet dining DEN)

Otaru Canal (小樽運河): is a picturesque waterway located in the city of Otaru, on the island of Hokkaido, Japan. It was built in the late 19th century as a transportation route for goods and has since become one of the city's most popular tourist attractions. The canal is lined with historic brick warehouses, many of which have been converted into shops, restaurants, and museums.

Otaru Music Box Museum (小樽音乐盒堂): The museum is dedicated to showcasing the art of music box making, which was a thriving industry in the city during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Visitors to the museum can learn about the history of music boxes and their mechanisms and can see a variety of antique and contemporary music boxes on display.

Kitaichi Glass Crystal Museum (北一硝子馆): is a well-known glassware store located in Japan. It is famous for selling beautiful, high-quality glass and crystal products. Kitaichi Glass Crystal Hall has become a popular destination for both tourists and locals, who appreciate the elegance and beauty of traditional Japanese glassware.

Tanaka Sake Brewery, Kikkogura (田中酒造 龜甲藏): is a sake brewery located in Japan. It is a traditional brewery that produces a range of high-quality sakes, using traditional methods and the finest ingredients. The brewery is well-known for its commitment to quality, and its sakes have won awards and accolades for their taste and flavor. ** free 720ml store limited Junmai Ginjo per person **

H:ANA Crowne Plaza Sapporo or similar


Day 06       Sapporo                                                                  (B/Japanese Teppanyaki Set lunch /A5 grade wagyu beef shabu-shabu dinner)

Maruyama Park (圆山公园): is a public park located in the city of Sapporo, Japan. It is one of the largest and most popular parks in Sapporo, and is well-known for its beautiful cherry blossom trees, which attract large crowds of visitors during the cherry blossom season.

The Hokkaido Shrine (北海道神宮): also known as the Hokkaido Jingu, is a Shinto shrine located in Sapporo, Japan. It is dedicated to the spirits of the pioneers and settlers who played a crucial role in the development of Hokkaido, the northernmost island of Japan.

Tanukikoji Shopping Street (狸小路商店街): It is one of the oldest and most famous shopping streets in the city and is well-known for its traditional atmosphere and variety of shops and restaurants.

H:ANA Crowne Plaza Sapporo or similar


Day 07       Sapporo-Singapore                                                                                                                                   (B /Crab Kaiseki lunch)

Odori Park (大通公园): is the broad median of Odori ("large street") in the center of Sapporo, separating the city into north and south. The park stretches about a kilometer and a half over twelve city blocks and offers pleasant green space during the warmer months. In early February, the park serves as the main site of the Sapporo Snow Festival.

​​The Clock Tower (時计台): is a symbol of Sapporo. The building was constructed during the early period of Sapporo's development in 1878 as a drill hall of the Sapporo Agricultural College. In 1881 a clock purchased from Boston was installed.

Shiroi Koibito Park (白色恋人公园): is a theme park by Ishiya, a local chocolate company. The company's flagship product is the Shiroi Koibito cookie, which consists of two thin butter cookies and a layer of white chocolate in between. It is one of the most famous souvenirs from Hokkaido.

Mitsui Outlet Park (北广岛三井Outlet): The outlets offer a wide variety of products, including clothing, accessories, household goods, and more, from both domestic and international brands. The outlets feature both permanent and temporary stores and offer products at discounted prices compared to traditional retail stores.

Proceed to Chitose Airport for your flight back home.