Sunday, June 30, 2019

Your New Zealand experience starts here

Boasting breathtaking natural landscapes from our favourites movies, New Zealand is a culturally-rich metropolis with much to discover. Walk along its unspoiled beaches, indulge in succulent seafood with a glass of New Zealand wine or immerse yourself in Maori culture, you’re guaranteed to enjoy a full and rewarding Kiwi experience.
Travelling to New Zealand just got easier. From October 2018, Air New Zealand will be operating and additional flight that departs Singapore at 06.40 pm and reaches Auckland the following day at 9:90am.

This new service will allow Indonesians to connect easily from Indonesia to Singapore and for them to commerce their journey within the North Island on the same day or provides the choice to connect easily on our domestic flights to the South Island.
Fly with the Award Winning airline and Be rewarded
Air New Zealand is a member of Star Alliance, the world’s largest airline alliance. It is also rated as the Airline of the Year for 5 consecutive years by
Be rewarded with a Changi Transit Reward valued at S$20 to offset your shopping during your transit at Changi Airport when you travel on Air New Zealand.
Air New Zealand operates the Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner from Singapore to Auckland and brings premium air travel to the next level. Featuring larger windows, you can enjoy spectacular aerial views on your flight and if you wish to take a nap, just dim the adjustable tint and enjoy a peaceful zone (no more shutters!). An advanced air purification system delivers cleaner, healthier air throughout the flight, you’ll no longer feel exhausted but be refreshed and ready for an adventure.
Air New Zealand inflight entertainment amenities include a 9” HD touch screen with a Seat Chat feature that allows passengers to message and chat with friends and family members onboard their flight, without leaving their seat.
City of adventures
As one of New Zealand’s most populous cities. Auckland is an all-inclusive destination in itself. Its activities and attractions stretch from the city to it beaches and rainforests.
Put sky Tower at the top of your to-do list when you are in Auckland’s central business district .the 328m high tower is New Zealand’s tallest man-made structure and it is from here that you will get the best views of Auckland. To get to the viewing platforms, rider up in a glass-fronted elevator, if you are brave enough, don’t stop there. Go for a Sky Walk, where you will inch along a narrow walkway around the ledge of the Sky Tower, 192m from the ground.

Gardens and Springs in Christchurch
There is no better place to celebrate the dawn of spring than in Christchurch – “The Garden City” where you will be greeted by fresh blossoms, bluebells and daffodils aplenty on the Avon River.
Don’t miss the picturesque Christchurch Botanic Gardens in its full picture-perfect glory and explore more than 10 different flourishing gardens on its grounds; or immerse in a field of a million cherry daffodils at the Otahuna Lodge.

You can take a leisurely stroll on forest trails, bask in the invigoratingly fresh alpine air and soak in the mineral goodness of the therapeutic hot sulphur pools.
Aoraki Mount Cook National Park – Home of the Highest Mountains
Set against a stunning backdrop of Aoraki (Mount Cook), the highest peak in New Zealand, Lake Pukaki is situated on the brinks of the great mountain’s namesake national park and along the northern edge of the Mackenzie Basin.
To take in the panoramas in the lap of luxury and comfort, stay at the historic Hermitage Hotel where you can dine-dine and enjoy award winning fish and game dishes.
Or rough it out by catching your own brown and rainbow trout dinner at the gorgeous lakes and rivers of the basin.

There are also fresh salmon in the city, fast-flowing water that sweeps down the mountains to the Mount Cook. Salmon Alpine farm near Lake Tekapo.

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