Cheapest JR Pass Online for Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong and Taiwan
Latest Update: Best JR Pass Prices and Rates in Malaysia
We have been blogging a lot on Japan travel tips recently as we just visited the country a few days ago. Another travel tips we wanted to share is the cheapest JR Pass you can purchase online in Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong and Taiwan. For those who didn’t know, JR Pass is not for sale in Japan and it is only available for foreign tourists only. Thus, one of the cheapest ways to travel around Japan is via JR Pass as the JR Rail Network covers the whole Japan.
Six years ago, we blogged about where to purchase JR Pass in Malaysia which as at Amoda Building in Jalan Imbi, Malaysia. Today, we will share where you can buy the cheapest JR Pass online. There are a few websites are selling official JR Pass online without commission. Please take note that there is a small surcharge for those who are purchasing JR Pass tickets from JTB outlets in Malaysia or other countries.
So where to buy the Cheapest JR Pass Online for Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong and Taiwan?
The answer is from this Hong Kong website called Klook.com. We purchase the Universal Studio Osaka tickets from them and they are one of the few authorised agents for online sales. Thus, they are extremely popular in Hong Kong and Singapore for offering great discount tickets for places of attractions in Japan, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, Australia, Thailand and more.
Klook is offering RM60 off on selected Japan Transport activities: 7,14,21 Day JR Rail passes & Airport Transfer. Promo valid till 31 July 2017.
The fares for all the JR Pass on Klook for Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong and Taiwan are discounted. For limited time only, take extra RM60 off on selected JR passes with <JPTP60> for Malaysia only. Promotion is until 31 July 2017. You can check out the promos here.
Forget about driving to JTB outlets wasting your time, your petrol and the parking tickets. Get it online from Klook.com and they will mail the JR pass directly to you. Share this to your friends who will be visiting Japan.
Why bother going Matta Fair when you can get it cheaper online?