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Shop for hours in an endless stream of high-rise malls, and modern entertainment complexes, relax on the golden soft sands of its beautiful beaches, and sample a taste of Japan’s unique cuisine on a visit to its restaurant-filled downtown area, the vivacious coastal city of Fukuoka has a lot to offer curious visitors.

Things to see

Towering floors of radiant retro stores, fashionable Japanese urban outfitters, and Hello Kitty make-up counters line the glamorous interior of the modern Tenjin Core supermall in the heart of Fukuoka. Towering over the neighborhood streets in a colossal frame of metal and concrete supports, you can weave through cheap souvenir stores in its maze of underground outlets, or join the shopping elite in its brand-filled upper floors. Catch a baseball game at state-of-the-art Fukuoka Dome, or check its schedule for sell-out concerts as international music stars find their way here. It’s part of the Hawks Town Entertainment Complex, where a futuristic pedestrian mall lined with amusement centers, cafes, and movie screens, leads from the famous sporting field to a variety of luxury hotels in Fukuoka. And the shopping still doesn’t stop, because there’s vibrant Canal City to visit, a multi-level retail complex with over 250 boutique stores and designer shops, set around the winding trail of a purpose-built canal. A stage at its center delights visitors with enigmatic dance performances, and it’s the perfect place to try your first taste of authentic Japanese sushi.

Hotels in Fukuoka

Luxury hotels in Fuengirola are plentiful, and with their elegant marbled lobbies, spacious bedrooms, exquisite interior design, and far reaching views over the city from their upper floors, they’re always a good choice. In some, you’ll have the benefit of complimentary WiFi, and usually a fine-dining restaurant to indulge in every evening, but if rooftop bars, and on-site discos aren’t up your alley, the discount hotels in this vibrant coastal town certainly will be. Most of them are found a little outside the center, and some do feature hostel-style bedrooms, but that’s a small price to pay for the chance to discover this exciting city on a budget.

Where to stay

Nakasu is Fukuoka’s liveliest neighborhood, an exciting collection of ethnic and Japanese eateries, late-night bars with international themes, and the Naka River promenade that signals the start and end of this vibrant entertainment district. Head over to Higashiku and you’ll find some quieter hotels in Fukuoka, with views across the busy port. There’s a sense of the city’s culture here, with shrines and national parks on its doorstep. Tenjin is the heart of this young, enigmatic conurbation. Its street are packed with fashionable bars, and pulsating nightclubs that spring to life when the mirror-fronted high rise offices close their doors for the day.

How to get to Fukuoka

Fukuoka Airport serves international flights, but most airlines do connect in Tokyo before arriving here. The airport is uniquely built close to the heart of the city, and while the flight path might not be so great for locals, it’s perfect for travelers by cutting out the need for lengthy connecting transfers. Three subway lines help you travel around the city with ease, and there are local buses that cover the areas the railway lines don’t reach. While taxis aren’t cheap, they have the advantage of being direct, but some modern hotels are offering bicycle hire to explore the city, by far the easiest, and most economical way to get around.