Surprise Dad this Father’s Day with a Jetstar Holiday!

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Holidays are a great way to bond and connect with the family, and Jetstar’s low fares make it easy to take a break and enjoy good times together. This Father’s Day, surprise dad with a getaway for the whole family to a location he will love. Here are some suggestions from Jetstar for a memorable Father’s Day with the family...

Guangzhou Surprise Dad this Father’s Day with a Jetstar Holiday!
For the dad who is passionate about history and culture:
 
Explore Beijing and discover the wealth of experiences found in the cultural and political heart of China. There are a number of historic sites to visit: the Forbidden City, Summer Palace, Great Wall of China and the Temple of Heaven. Let dad show off his knowledge of Chinese history by explaining the historical significance of these sites to the family.
 
Or perhaps watch the tea art performance at the National Tea Museum in Hangzhou, China’s only tea-themed museum. After a cup of the famous Longjing tea, admire the grandeur of Hangzhou’s most famous Lingyin Temple that dates back to the Qing Dynasty. When night falls, take a stroll around the West Lake and enjoy Zhang Yimou’s ‘Impressions West Lake’ or the impromptu opera that often occurs by the lake.
 

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Jetstar flies direct from Singapore to Beijing on board its dual-class Airbus A330-200 twin-aisle wide-body aircraft where you can experience Jetstar’s Business Class. Jetstar’s one way, Economy Starter fares to Beijing start from SGD278 and Business Class fares start from SGD598.
Jetstar flies direct from Singapore to Hangzhou from SGD238 one way, Economy Starter.
All fares quoted include taxes and carrier charges.

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For the dad who is passionate about adventure and sports:

 
Challenge dad to a game of golf at Sanya on Hainan Island. An international golfers’ mecca, Hainan boasts of many world class golf courses with beautiful sea front views.
 
For the more adventurous dad, we suggest a trip to Sai Kung Peninsula in Hong Kong. The Peninsula offers a range of water sports including diving, snorkelling and kayaking. Sai Kung’s Hoi Ha Wan is one of the most accessible coral dive sites in Hong Kong.
 

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Jetstar flies direct from Singapore to Haikou from SGD138 one way, Economy Starter.
Jetstar flies direct from Singapore to Hong Kong from SGD148 one way, Economy Starter.
All fares quoted include taxes and carrier charges.

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 For the dad who is passionate about food:
 
Beijing is one of the most famous food areas of the world. From the original Peking Duck to the numerous delicacies available in the Wangfujing Snack Street, there is something for even the most fussy dad.
Or visit Guangzhou, also known as the "City of Food”. The area is renowned for authentic Cantonese cuisine. Local specialities include Cantonese dim sum, double boiled soups, roasted meats and nutritious local Tangshui or ‘Sweet Water’, a dessert or drink made with fruits and vegetables.
 

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Jetstar flies direct from Singapore to Beijing on board its dual-class Airbus A330-200 twin-aisle wide-body aircraft where you can experience Jetstar’s Business Class. Jetstar’s one way, Economy Starter fares to Beijing start from SGD278 and Business Class fares start from SGD598.
Jetstar flies direct from Singapore to Guangzhou from SGD158 one way, Economy Starter.

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All fares quoted include taxes and carrier charges. To book, visit Jetstar.com today!
 
 
Price based on payment at 7-Eleven or SingPost or by Jetstar Voucher for bookings through Jetstar.com. For all other bookings, a booking and service fee of $9 per passenger, per flight will apply. Fares valid for new bookings made via the stipulated web address only. Fares are non-refundable. Limited changes are permitted, charges apply. Other terms & conditions apply.
 
Economy Starter fares include carry-on baggage only. For an additional SGD15-SGD70, per passenger per fare, you can choose between 15kg and 40kg checked baggage. Additional baggage charges vary by route. Seats are subject to availability and may not be available on all flights or days. Singapore-Beijing flights are operated by Jetstar Airways (JQ). Singapore-Hangzhou, Singapore-Haikou, Singapore-Hong Kong and Singapore-Guangzhou are all operated by Jetstar Asia (3K). Conditions apply.