Applicable on cruise date March 31, 2017 - October 27, 2017
Duration: approx. 7.5 hours (include travelling time)
Tour Code: SQNAH14WM
PARTICIPANTS REQUIRED: MIN. 36 PAX & MAX. 80 PAX
Price: TWD 4,500 per Adult, TWD 4,300 per Child
** This tour is for Pre-Book only. (Advance reservation is required at least 4 days before tour date.)
Shuri Castle 、Shureimon (outside visit) – Shuri Castle is a gusuku (Okinawan) style Japanese Castle which dates back to the 14th century, and was constructed by the Ryukyu kingdom. Shuri Castle contained the palace of the Ryukyu Kingdom. Shureimon is one the main gate of Shuri Castle. The gate reflects strong Chinese influence, alongside indigenous religious traditions. The four Chinese characters framed on the gate - Shu, rei, no, and kuni, which mean 'Land of Propriety' - were added to the gate long after it was built. The structure of the gate is similar to that of Chinese three-bay turret gates, and is covered with a red hip-and-gable tiled roof.
Umikaji Terrace – Designers of the Umikaji Terrace had in mind a concept of a town by the sea in southern Italy or Greece, a small place with white buildings contracting the emerald green sea and deep blue sky, where people can relax and enjoy a beautiful sunset with good food and a refreshing drink.
Tuna Cutting Show and Lunch – This amazing tuna cutting show is highly recommended for everyone who wants to experience the bustling and unique atmosphere of Japanese Izakaya Style Restaurant. Izakaya is Japanese tavern or pub where local people enjoy eating and drinking with friends. Food items are usually shared by everyone at the table, similar to Spanish tapas.
Kokusaidori – It is the main shopping precinct in Naha, with souvenir shops, cafes, restaurants and fashion boutiques along both sides. Historically Kokusaidori was known as 'The Miracle Mile' because of its rapid recovery after World War II.