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5 Reasons Glamping on Mt. Fuji Will Be The New Bonding Activity

A new kind of camping called glamping has surfaced and KKday brings you to experience glamping right here on Mt Fuji, Japan!

Camping? Pffft, that’s so last year! A new kind of camping called glamping has surfaced and KKday brings you to experience glamping right here on Mt Fuji, Japan. Escape the hustle and bustle of the city and unwind with this whole new escapade — this is an ultimate must experience, whether with family, friends or your other half.

What is Glamping?

Glamping, as the name suggests, is a glam and atas version of camping — a great way to experience the outdoors without sacrificing comfort. You won’t have to worry about pitching your own tent or unrolling your sleeping bag when nightfalls.

Glamping on Mt. Fuji, you’ll be surrounded by serene nature where Lake Kawaguchi, one of the Five Lakes of Mt. Fuji, is located. Its rich and natural environment filled with a variety of recreational facilities will make your trip a memorable one. Here are 5 reasons you should plan a glamping trip with your buddies right now!

1. Comfortable Environment

A limited number of booking is accepted each week so the campsite isn’t overcrowded to the extent that your personal space is invaded. You get to relax on comfortable handmade furnitures like hammocks and air beds, or hang around the readily available living room and kitchen area.

2. Diverse Range of Activities

Stay away from your mobile phones or gadgets, it’s time to interact with the people right in front of you! Glamping on Mt. Fuji allows you to bond with your loved ones over activities like canoeing.

3. Abundant Natural Ecology

Japan can be humid during summer but the lush forest near Mt. Fuji provides a change of temperature due to the phytoncide released by the trees. Get closer to nature on Mt. Fuji as you energise your mind and soul away from the hustle and bustle of life in Singapore.

4. Natural and Authentic Cuisine

If you’re into the latest trend of healthy eating, you’ll be glad to know that only the freshest and purest local ingredients are used to prepare your meals glamping at Mt. Fuji.

As the air on Mt. Fuji is less polluted, you can savour the freshness of the poultry and vegetable in each bite.

5. Tranquil Bathhouse

What’s a trip to Japan without visiting their bathhouse? Enjoy two different kinds of hot springs — Tisane or Yomogi (an Asian herb known for its beautifying properties) bath. As the temperature on Mt. Fuji is cool and comfortable even during summer, enjoying hot springs on your glamping vacation helps with blood circulation and dissipation of body heat!

Thinking of a getaway? Trade the stressful city life for mountainous views at Mt. Fuji — take it from our management team who were recently glamping at Mt. Fuji!

Get your tickets here:

>> Fuji KKday Glamping (3D2N)

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Launched in 2014 and headquartered in Taiwan, KKday is Asia’s leading travel experience e-commerce platform that connects users to local tours from all over the world. KKday has more than 6000 travel activities worldwide from our professional providers and unique local experts in more than 53 countries. We believe that a unique and memorable travel experience tailored to your needs and wants is simply a click away. For more information, please visit: www.kkday.com

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