A return ticket to London and three nights accommodation is being offered from as little as $8,690, including daily breakfast and an underground pass valid for three days. Flights are with Singapore Airlines and there are five hotels to choose from. For a supplement, you can fly instead with British Airways, Cathay Pacific, KLM or Virgin Atlantic. The offer is open until next March 27. Contact Farrington Travel, tel 2808-1000 or 2808-2828, or fax 2808-1234 Sega Enterprises, the Japanese video-game company, has opened its third Joypolis indoor hi-tech amusement park, on the Tokyo Bay waterfront. Attractions use virtual reality computer graphics. Rides include Halfpipe Canyon, which is designed to provide the sensation of skateboarding through streets; the Aqua Nova Tour, an interactive trip to the bottom of the ocean; Time Fall, a time machine ride; and Powersled, on which participants compete in a sled race. Sega operates Joypolis parks in Osaka and Yokohama, and plans to open another in the Shinjuku area of Tokyo in October. East Asia and the Pacific is the fastest-growing region for world travel, and Hong Kong heads the list with earnings of US$9.07 million (HK$69 million) last year, up 9.1 per cent from 1994. China is second with earnings of US$8.73 million (up 19.3 per cent), and Thailand third, US$7.55 million (up 31.1 per cent). Throughout August and September, Summit International Hotels are offering special rates at 52 deluxe hotels, including Raffles in Singapore and The Michelangelo in New York. Special rates are available for single or double occupancy, weekdays or weekends, and there is no minimum or maximum stay. Tel 2965-1902. Also, Summit is offering an upgrade to suite on certain rooms until December 31.