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What are the best things to do in Fukuoka?
Nokonoshima is a small, tranquil island that you’ll have easy access to while holidaying on flights to Fukuoka. Nokonoshima Island Park is the isle’s main highlight thanks to its vibrant collection of flowers. You can see flowers in bloom no matter what time of year you travel on return flights to Fukuoka, and each season comes with unique scenery. There’s plenty to see and do on Nokonoshima outside of the Island Park as well. Visit the Noko Museum, see the Eifukuji Temple, and enjoy coastal walks with views of the city across the water.
Hakozaki is one of the most famous Shinto shrines to see while visiting Japan on flights to Fukuoka. It’s one of the three major shrines in Japan to be dedicated to the Shinto god Hachiman. The shrine was founded all the way back in AD 923 and became especially well-known after it overcame Mongol invasions in the late 13th century. The Hakozaki Shrine has been a popular place to pray for good fortune ever since. There are several elements of the temple to see while holidaying on cheap flights to Fukuoka. Explore its main hall and worshipping hall, Ichino-torii and Sakuramon gates, and the beautiful Hanateien Garden.
Fukuoka Tower is the tallest structure in the city and the tallest beachfront tower in Japan. It soars 234 metres (768 feet) above the city, and its observation deck boasts one of the best views you’ll find while visiting the island of Kyushu on flights to Fukuoka. The view looks out over the city, Hakata Bay and the Genkai Sea, and distant mountains of the Fukuoka prefecture. Stop by the Fukuoka Tower at night if you’re travelling between November and February to see it illuminated in a colourful light show.
What is the cost of visiting Fukuoka?
Start planning for your trip to Japan by using Webjet’s deals to book your airfare to Fukuoka, a hotel, and a rental car. Hotel rooms in the city centre are often priced between $100 and $150 NZD per night, and hire cars start from about $75 NZD per day.
You’ll find that the local transport network is excellent while visiting Japan on return flights to Fukuoka. The subway is the most popular way to get around, and fares vary depending on how far you travel. Fares start from ¥100 ($1.40 NZD) for rides in the city centre, and you can also catch the subway from Fukuoka Airport (FUK) for ¥260 ($3.70 NZD). Visitors holidaying on cheap flights to Fukuoka will save money by purchasing an unlimited day pass. It costs ¥600 ($8.55 NZD) Monday through Friday and ¥500 ($7.10 NZD) on Saturdays and Sundays.
The next step of your budget is thinking about the activities and attractions you’d love to enjoy after booking tickets to Fukuoka. Head to the observation deck of Fukuoka Tower for ¥800 ($11.40 NZD), spend a day at Nokonoshima Island Park for ¥1,200 ($17.05 NZD), or visit the Fukuoka City Museum for ¥200 ($2.85 NZD). Singing karaoke is another exciting activity to add to your list after booking airfare to Fukuoka. A karaoke session typically costs about ¥200 ($2.85 NZD) per person.
What is the best way to get around Fukuoka?
There’s an extensive network of public transport that you can make the most of while visiting Japan on flights to Fukuoka.
There are three subway lines in the city: orange, blue, and green. Each line has stops in the city centre before branching out into the eastern, western, and southwestern suburbs of Fukuoka. The orange line is available from Fukuoka Airport (FUK) and quickly zips to Tenjin Station in the centre in about 10 minutes.
The Fukuoka Loop Bus travels around the city centre and is an excellent resource for visitors holidaying on return flights to Fukuoka. It offers access to some of the city’s hubs like Tenjin, Canal City, and Kuramoto.
Two different train companies operate in Fukuoka: Nishitetsu and JR. Each one travels to other cities and towns in the Fukuoka prefecture and to other areas of Kyushu. Catch the train to take day trips to other popular spots like Nagasaki, Kumamoto, and Kitakyushu.
Are you hoping to venture off the beaten path while visiting Japan on cheap flights to Fukuoka? Hire a car through Webjet after purchasing your tickets to Fukuoka, and start planning a day out of the city to exciting spots like Kikuchi Valley, Takachiho Gorge, and Yanagawa, which is known as the Venice of Kyushu.