There’s a new way to get to Tokyo

The time to travel is now, especially with airlines like Scoot, who have been on a roll in making the world a smaller place.. This SIA subsidiary has been busy launching new flight services and most recently became a member of the Value Alliance, the world’s largest low-cost carrier alliance. Travellers looking to shop at Harajuku or watch the tuna auction at the famous Tsukiji Fish Market  now have another option to fly there on Scoot’s new Singapore-Bangkok-Tokyo service.

This flight route will ensure two daily services to Tokyo, adding on to the current service via Taipei. With the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, you can expect spacious overhead bins, improved humidity and cabin presurization, on-board Wi-Fi, extra legroom and more inflight amenities.

Aside from Tokyo, travellers can also expect a three-times-weekly service to Sapporo via Taipei from Oct 1. More information here.