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Shangri-La Hotel Tokyo Launches Tokyo on Two Wheels Promotion

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Shangri-La Hotel, Tokyo has has launched a Tokyo on Two Wheels promotion designed to give guests a new Tokyo travel experience.

Tokyo on Two Wheels offer guests a tour with local bicycle specialists around the citys hidden spots. Together with an English-speaking guide, guests can enjoy a six-hour sightseeing tour through narrow alleyways and across pristine parks, dropping by eateries offering hard-to-find local specialities and more.

The ride begins at 9 a.m. and lasts until 3 p.m., and includes a Japanese bento lunch box that will enable cyclists to enjoy eating outdoors at carefully chosen scenic locations.

The Tokyo Great Cycling Tour also includes an exclusive t-shirt especially for guests of Shangri-La Hotel, Tokyo, as a memento from the excursion. Late check-out until 6 p.m. and transport from the hotel to the meeting point in Shinkawa will also be available for cyclists.

8-speed cross bikes and various childrens bikes are available, with no training required. Three routes are available:

Route A: Tokyo Bay Ride Available every Saturday and Tuesday

Route B: Edo-Tokyo Culture Ride Available every Sunday and Thursday

Route C: Cool Tokyo Ride Ask for availability

Package prices range from 68,000 and is subject to taxes and a service charge. The promotion is available until 30 June 2014, and must be booked at least three days in advance. Other terms and conditions apply.

Shangri-La, Cycling

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