Japan is a country that offers one of the most beautiful scenery and culture in Asia, therefore, it is hard to miss visiting Kyoto and Nara where nature and culture coexist perfectly in harmony.
While so much could be going on in its nearby cities like Osaka and Tokyo, unplugging from the big urban areas are a huge part of travels to truly immerse in culture. The Japanese culture is so rich you would dare not snub it.
Thankfully, with Klook travel, it is now easier to visit these destinations and enjoy what it has to offer. There are a lot of tours being offered by Klook but we booked this tour based on reviews and the pricing. Click on the link to check tour availability and other significant details.
With this tour, you will be given an English-speaking tour guide to accompany and narrate to you lovely information about Kyoto and Nara’s precious tourist attractions.
The Tour Itinerary:
Bamboo Groove Forest
Nara Deer Park
Since we only had a day to cover the tour, we only got to visit the main attractions. If you could spare more time, stay for a night in both cities where you could explore more.
I personally would love to visit Kyoto again. I fell in love with Arashiyama! The place was a fusion of modern and traditional, all while being surrounded in luscious greeneries, showcasing how captivating Japan truly is.
While we didn’t explore much of Nara, the visit to the deer park itself is an eventful activity. Spending an afternoon relaxing in the shade while reading a book and casually feeding your deer friends actually sounds like a plan. There are also nearby temples that you could visit.
A trip to these two cities will make you appreciate Japan in a cultural perspective. Truly, this country is more than just the technology and the food!
Next on my Japan bucketlist? Cultural villages.
What cities in Japan would you like to see? Share in the comments below.