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Explore the Magic of Far East with Emirates Special Fares

Explore the Magic of Far East with Emirates Special Fares

With summer being half-way through, Emirates offers Cypriot travelers a unique opportunity to plan their next long-haul trip to mysterious and adventurous destinations in Asia for journeys that will take place from July 8, 2019 until March 30, 2020. The world’s largest international airline launches its newly released attractive fares for bookings that will be made until July 31, 2019.

Passengers who will travel with Emirates from Larnaka International Airport can now explore new cultures in Asian destinations such as Shanghai, Singapore, Hong Kong and Bangkok.

Emirates’ customers who are intrigued to visit Bangkok, can now reach Thailand’s capital with 847 euros for Economy Class flights. From backpackers to luxury travelers, the city offers a broad variety of options such as the Grand Palace and Wat Pho, the well-known temple of the reclining Buddha. Busy and colorful streets, mingling with the residents of the city, visiting bookstores, boutiques and restaurants to explore the local cuisine are some of the precious experiences you will take back with you in Cyprus.

Those who wish to experience dynamism and progress in a contemporary urban environment, Shanghai is the ideal option. Cypriots can reach to the Chinese megacity, which used to be a tiny fishing village up until 1842, with 938 euros for Economy Class flights where they can explore a diverse and multicultural destination which offers a wide range of options regarding restaurants, nightlife venues and hotels. In Shanghai you will find the second tallest building in the world and the tallest in China, the 632m Shanghai Tower, and you can feel the business vibe around the Shanghai Stock Exchange, one of the most influential of the world and centre of the elite of the financial world of China. The Yuyuan Gardens and the Jade Buddha Temple offers Cypriot travelers a calmer version of the 24-million residents’ city.

Hong Kong will make Cypriots feel like being at the Asian version of Manhattan but in a wonderfully family-friendly destination. Kids of all ages will feel thrilled by the panda pens at Ocean Park theme park and their parents will feel proud of themselves while showing them the pink dolphins during a ferry-boat ride to Lantau Island. Emirates offer a trip to the Asian megacity from Larnaka with 943 euros for Economy Class flights. 

Singapore is a city that reinvented itself as a buzzing metropolis and is one of the most exciting destinations in Southeast Asia. The home of the awe-inspiring architectural landmarks is reachable with Emirates from 888 euros (Economy Class) and those who will be traveling from Larnaka International Airport, they can swim to the highest infinity pool in the world. Widely regarded as one of the best zoos in the world, the animals thrive in naturalistic enclosures rather than in cages and Cypriots can see live nature species that they have never seen before.

Every of the abovementioned Asian destinations offer something special to Cypriot travelers. Plan and book your next overseas journey to majestic places, by taking advantage of the Emirates fares which will be valid until July 31.


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