Klook’s Great Sakura Sale (GSS)
Spring is upon us and you know what that means – it’s Cherry Blossom time! This year, Klook brings to you the Great Sakura Sale (GSS). Pack your bags and get ready for a sakura pink spring break! In the spirit of a sale, we’re here to give you up to SGD50 off your holiday – here’s how.
There are 2 promo codes available this Great Sakura Sale and depending on your basket size, you can choose to use either code or both!
Enjoy SGD35 off!
- Add $400 worth of products into your cart
- Ensure that these products DO NOT include any Japan Rail Passes, Universal Studios Japan tickets/express passes or Klook gift cards.
- Key in the promo code “KLOOKGSS35” at check out
- Proceed to pay!
Enjoy SGD 15 off!
Spend another SGD200 and you’ll get to enjoy SGD 15 off with “KLOOKGSS15”.
- Add SGD200 worth of products into your cart
- Ensure that these products DO NOT include any Japan Rail Pass, Universal Studios Japan tickets or express passes or Klook gift cards.
- Key in the promo code “KLOOKGSS15”
- Check out!
Do note that the promo code is valid for all products on the Klook website except for Japan Rail Pass, Universal Studios Japan tickets or express passes or Klook gift cards. This means that even if sakura pink isn’t your thing, you can still enjoy savings off your spring break!
Ready to shop?
If you need some ideas on what $400 worth of products look like, here are some ways you can bundle your purchases.
The perfect place to start your Cherry Blossom hunt is right along the Kawazu River. With clouds of pink hovering above the river, it’s no wonder millions flock to this site every year. Be sure to be dressed in a Kimono for the ultimate photo level up!
Apart from hunting for Cherry Blossoms, here are some thought-starters for things to do in Tokyo! You can’t miss a visit to the ONLY Tokyo DisneySea in the world where you’ll get to dive under the sea with everyone’s favourite mermaid- Ariel!
For a taste of Japan’s weird and wacky culture, the Robot restaurant with flashing neon lights and animatronic dinosaurs is a great place to start.
Other essentials include your Tokyo Subway pass for getting around and of course, a 4G SIM Card for all those epic Instagram moments.
Check out our Japan Cherry Blossom forecast and best viewing spots for more inspiration. You’ll also want to get your fill of all things Cherry Blossom with these Cherry Blossom snacks easily found at convenience stores!
We all know how elusive the sakura can be so it’s best to leave it to the experts when it comes to hunting for the perfect Cherry Blossom spots. The Chasing Cherry Blossoms Tour will leave your sakura fate in the hands of expert guides who will take you to the best spots of the day.
After you’ve gotten your fill of pink, start off your Seoul searching with a visit to one of the best theme parks in Korea – Everland! Feed bears and giraffes at the animal safari or ride the world’s steepest wooden roller coaster the T-Express for an unforgettable time out.
Visit the picturesque tree lined avenues of Nami Island for a quick escape out of the city. Ride a rail bike into the sunset or visit Petite France, a themed land that looks straight out of The Little Prince.
Check out our Korea Cherry Blossom forecast and best viewing spots guide for more ideas!
The best place to start your Cherry Blossom adventure in Taiwan is none other than the Formosan Aboriginal Culture Village. Stop by the Cherry Blossom Pond and bask in the sakura pink festivities!
After which, head to the Cingjing Farm and get up close and personal with some of the sheep of the Green Green Grassland. Don’t forget to also stop by Shifen to release a paper lantern with your wishes on them and also visit the famous AMei teahouse in Jiufen which looks straight out of a Studio Ghibli movie.
Need more Taiwan trip ideas? Check out our Taiwan Cherry Blossom forecast and best viewing spots guide for more!
Get ready your cameras and get ready to conquer your Instagram feeds with all things Sakura. Check out some of the most instagram worthy Cherry Blossom spots across Japan, Korea and Taiwan and add these to your itineraries.