Pick up jewellery making or take an online stroll down the bustling streets of Harajuku, Tokyo

With the global pandemic well into its second year, an atmosphere of increasing restlessness from the lack of travel plans permeates our local social fabric. Amidst tighter restrictions, leading travel platform KKday has launched a series of virtual tours and interactive online workshops for us to enrich and broaden our perspectives from the safety and comfort of our homes.

Unable to make your yearly pilgrimage to Bangkok? Offer your prayers and pay your respects to the famed Four-Faced Buddha at Erawan Shrine via KKday and their Bangkok-based guides, who will be live-streaming the entire experience with you.
 


 

KKday also offers to bring us on virtual dates to see the adorable deers of Nara Park, the bustling streets of Harajuku or even cruise down the Dotonbori River in Japan. Feel free to release sky lanterns with your very own wishes in Taiwan too—just another exciting option in a long list of choice destinations.

Homebodies may consider picking up interesting new skills like clay jewellery making and brush lettering thanks to online courses that allow you unlimited access to learn at your own pace.

There’s even a virtual okonomiyaki cooking experience with an Obachan from Osaka, where you will be taught by an actual Osakan elderly. Learn and perfect authentic okonomiyaki recipes the Japanese way from within the Obachan’s own traditional folk house.

Coinciding with the local June holidays, KKday’s offers couldn’t have been timelier in this period of extended home-based plans. With the platform’s presence in over 550 cities and 92 countries, you may just find the ideal offer for you, your date, or your family.


More information available here.