You Can Visit Several Tourist Attractions in Asia for Under P10,000

They’ll make you say, “Arigato!”


( Traveling to a different country entails a lot of decisions. Who are you travelling with? Where and when are you going? But most importantly: how much are you going to—and willing to—spend?


Klook’s latest promo lets you save up to P3,000 off on any activity when you use the promo code #NORULES when you book. That means you don’t have to stress out when plotting your itinerary. You can book as many activities as you want, daily.




It’s fairly easy to plan a hassle-free trip to Japan. With its busy city life, scenic countryside—not to mention a super efficient train system to get you everywhere in between—Japan’s the perfect place to get lost in.



Travel to cities like Tokyo and Osaka and try these activities without spending too much: start your journey by riding the Tokyo Skyliner (P1,062) from the airport, and head to the Robot Restaurant (P2,534) for a filling meal.


Thrill-seekers, on the other hand, can get their fix with the rides and other attractions in Fuji-Q Highland (P2,559). Explore Osaka using your Kansai Thru Pass (P1,931), and get a history lesson when you join a day-tour of Kyoto temples and shrines (P2,897).






Seoul, Korea is on almost everyone’s travel bucket list. A global fascination for Korean culture shows that there are plenty of reasons to love this country. Free you inner child in theme parks like Everland (P1,862) and Lotte World (P1,468).


Have a nature walk or a romantic stroll at Nami Island and Petit France (P1,899). Find yourself in stiches when you watch the Nanta Show (P1,206), and take a peek into North Korea through the DMZ Tour (P2,463).






There are plenty of reasons to extend one’s stay in Singapore, such as award-winning food stalls and unique nighttime activities. Learn about various species through the Singapore Night Safari (P1,664), and Singapore River Safari (P1,307). Explore the rainforest at the Singapore Zoo (P1,426), or explore the marine realm at S.E.A. Aquarium (P1,372).


Enjoy the panoramic view of Mount Faber Park with the Cable Car Skypass (P753) on your way to Sentosa Island (P1,822). Stroll around Gardens by the Bay (P911), or drop by Madame Tussauds (P792) to meet and pose with your favorite celebrities.






A myriad of experiences await those who wish to explore exotic Bangkok. You only need half a day to see all of its famous landmarks with the Bangkok Grand Palace and River Cruise sightseeing tour (P2,642).


Discover and interact with marine life at SEA LIFE Bangkok Ocean World (P991). Want a piece of history? Marvel at the replicas of Thailand's most sacred monuments at Ancient Siam and explore the Erawan Museum (P495.) Enjoy a day trip around Ayutthaya and a boat ride at sunset (P2,188), and feel your nerves loosen up with any of the So Thai Spa Packages (P1,899).


Let the Nanta Show (P826) tickle your funny bones, but not before you go on the Damnoen Saduak Floating Market Half Day Tour (P1,115).




Hong Kong

 A trip to Hong Kong is never complete without a fun-filled day at HK Disneyland (P3,707) and Ocean Park HK (P2,723). Meet your favorite celebrities—but in wax form—at Madame Tussauds (P1,483) and in the evening, cruise Victoria Harbour aboard one of Hong Kong’s last remaining Chinese junk boats, the AquaLuna (P1,139).



Stroll around the city. Ride the MTR and make purchases at convenience stores using your Octopus Card (P634). If you want to get away from the the hustle and bustle of it all, however, take a cable car ride around Ngong Ping (P896).


These are but a few of the attractions you can visit all for under P10,000 if you book via Klook and use the NORULES promo code. The NORULES promo lets you enjoy up to P3,000 in savings when you book any activity in other Asian destinations such Hong Kong, Bangkok, Taiwan, and the Philippines. To learn more about this promo, follow this link.


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