Busan is Korea's principal port and second largest city. As a port city, it is ranked third in the world in terms of the number of containers handled. It has numerous culturally attractive tourism resources characteristic and distinctive enough not to be found in any other city in the world. Its scenic coastal areas and clean sandy beaches located near downtown areas will add joyous memories to those who visit.
Beomeosa Temple is located halfway up Geumjeongsan Mountain. It has one thousand three hundred years old history. This temple was built by monk Ui Sang in the 18th year of King Munmu of the Silla Kingdom.
Gamcheon Culture Village
""Korea's Machu Pichu"" or ""Korea's Santorini"", these are the nicknames of the Gamcheon Culture Village and this village has many artistic collections.
Jagalchi Fish Market
This is the largest fish market in East Asia. Jagalchi Market sells diverse seafood and good quality dried fish at low prices. You can feel the humanity and vibrant of the city here.
This park offers good resting place for Busan citizens. There are the Statue of Admiral Lee Sunshin, Flower Clock, the bell of new year's eve and the 120-meter high Busan Tower in the park. You can see all over Busan at the tower observatory. In addition, you can see Tsushima island, Japan, on a sunny day.
This is the most important representative wholesale market in Busan. This market consists of several malls such as Ggangtong Market, Manmul Street and Changsun Shopping Mall. So this place has a lot to see. You can buy almost everything you want here and the prices are reasonable.
|Minimum Pax Required||No|
|Inclusions||Free Tour Map|
|Exclusions||Accidental Insurance not included|
|Pick-up Points||Hotel pickup (selected hotels only) at 12.50pm-1.40pm|
|Duration Period||This package is available from March 1, 2015 to September 30, 2022|