- 150 South Bridge Road Fook Hai Building 01-12 & #07-01, Singapore 058727
• Songwol-dong Fairy Tale Village
• Chinatown Street
• BIFF Square
• Huinnyeoul Cultural Village
• Cheongsapo Daritdol Skywalk
• Bulguksa Temple
• Seokguram Grotto
• Dongseongno Street
• Oksunbong Peak Hanging Bridge
• Cheongpung Lake Cable Car
• Seoul Sky
• Dongdaemun Design Plaza
• Hongik University street
• Gyeongbok Palace
• 2-night accommodation at deluxe Busan hotel
• 3-night accommodation at centrally located Seoul deluxe category hotel
• KTX high speed rail ride from Seoul to Busan
• Scenic Haeundae Beach Train
• Hanbok dress-up session
• 1day free and easy in Busan
• DIY Korean Traditional Rice Cake Experience at Guam Farm
• Korean Jajangmyeon with Sweet Sour pork
• Dookki Tteokbokki Buffet
• Korean Pork Bulgogi Set
• Claypot Abalone Seafood soup with Grilled Fish
• Pork Galbi BBQ
• Korean Tteokgalbi set
• Korean ginseng chicken soup
• Korean Bibimbap
DAY 1 Singapore – Incheon (Meals On Board)
Assemble at Singapore Changi Airport for your flight to Incheon.
DAY 2 Incheon - Seoul (Korean Jajangmyeon with Sweet Sour pork Lunch/ Dookki Tteokbokki Buffet Dinner)
Annyeonghaseyo! Today we will start our tour with a visit to Songwol-dong fairy tale Village, a truly magical themed village donned by painted alleys of fairy-tale characters before visiting the Chinatown Street. Next set your adrenaline pumping where we will bring to Seoul Sky, South Korea tallest building where you get the beautiful panoramic view of the entire Seoul city as well as standing onto the World’s highest glassed-floored observatory on the 118th floor. End the night with a visit to Dongdaemun Design Plaza. Bearing the hallmark of world-renowned designer Zaha Hadid, be fascinated by its strong curvilinear form that incorporates a museum, business center and park.
DAY 3 Seoul – Busan (Breakfast/ Korean Pork Bulgogi Set Lunch/ Claypot Abalone Seafood soup with Grilled fish Dinner)
This morning, kick off your visit by taking a KTX high speed rail ride to Busan, Korea’s 2nd-largest city and number 1 trading port. Upon arrival, visit the iconic BIFF Square that gets its name from Busan International Film Festival and is dedicated to host the annual BIFF. The square is packed with hundreds of street food in Busan. Next visit Huinnyeoul Culture Village, also known as Korea’s Santorini. This newly found colorful seaside spot is one of a best place to enjoy those gorgeous and tranquil blue views of the ocean in front of you. There are also many of the buildings in the village that are painted a stark white to contrast rather beautifully like the pictures you see of Santorini in Greece. Next, enjoy a scenic Haeundae Beach Train ride where you will be treated to the expansive view of the breathtaking and rapidly changing scenery of the coast. The train retro-style exterior and tasteful use of colors add a splash of uniqueness to Haeundae’s scenery. Next head to Cheongsapo Daritdol Skywalk which offers visitors an opportunity to walk 72.5m out on the glass-floored observatory, 20m above the ocean.
DAY 4 Busan (Breakfast)
After breakfast, spend the day exploring Busan at leisure. Alternatively, you may join an optional day tour inclusive of lunch at your own expense. The day tour includes a visit to Hallyeohaesang National Marine Park, the 4th national park in Korea and with one of the most beautiful stretches of waterway along Korea’s south coast. After that, take a scenic cruise along Geoje Haegeumgang River to Oedo-Botania, a marine botanical garden. The cruise takes you past Geoje Haegeumgang Island where you will be able to admire the magnificent Lion Rock, Shipjagul Cave and Maitreya Rock. Take the famed Stairway to Heaven at Oedo-Botania where you can appreciate a plethora of stunning blooms amidst beautifully manicured landscapes with the glistening ocean in the background. After lunch, make a stop at BIFF Square to learn about the Korean film industry. Proceed to the bustling Gukje Market, one of the largest and most well-known traditional markets in Busan. Home to more than 1,000 shops and food stalls, you will be able to find almost anything here.
DAY 5 Busan – Gyeongju – Daegu (Breakfast/ Korean style Set Lunch/ Pork Galbi BBQ Dinner)
Today, soak up some Korean history and culture at Gyeongju, ancient capital of the Silla dynasty for more than 1,000 years and also known as the museum without walls. First, see ancient Buddhist temple Bulguksa Temple, designated as a World Cultural Asset by UNESCO for its architecture and plentiful historical and cultural relics. Within the temple complex, visit Seokguram Grotto, an artificial stone temple made from granite and regarded as the representative stone temple of Korea. Later in the afternoon, participate in a hands-on DIY Korean Traditional Rice cake experience at Guam Farm, located at the foot of Palgongsan Mountain, a place with fresh air and clean water. Next prepare for a shopping spree at Dongseongno Street, a major fashion district in Daegu.
DAY 6 Daegu – Jecheon – Seoul (Breakfast/ Korean Tteokgalbi Lunch/ Korean Ginseng Chicken Soup Dinner)
This morning, start your day with a visit to the newly build Oksunbong Peak Hanging Bridge located at Chungcheongbuk-do Province. Relishing the thrill of "hanging by a thread" while wobbly through the 222-meter long hangs over the majestic Cheongpung Lake, with waters flowing several meters below. Next enjoy a scenic Cheongpung Lake Cable Car that brings you to one of the best viewpoints of South Korea without hiking. Admire the view of Jecheon Lake surrounded by the mountains of Woraksan National Park. Next visit the unique Dodamsambong, which refer to the three stone peaks rising out of the Namhangang River. Thereafter, enjoy a scenic coach ride to Seoul.
Visit to Oksunbong Peak Hanging Bridge is subject to weather conditions and will be replaced with visit to Andong Hahoe Village in case of adverse weather conditions.
DAY 7 Seoul (Breakfast/ Korean Bibimbap Lunch)
After breakfast, visit the Ginseng Monopoly Showroom followed by the Obdo outlet to stock up on Korean skincare products. Thereafter, visit the majestic Gyeongbok Palace, the palace during the Joseon dynasty. Here you will also get to don on traditional Korean dress and stroll through the palace ground in a Hanbok dressup. Thereafter start your shopping at Hongik University Street, the most popular shopping area. Here at Hongik University Street, you can expect many shops selling a diverse variety of goods such as fashion items, accessories, stationery supplies and furniture.
DAY 8 Seoul – Incheon – Singapore (Breakfast/ Meals On Board)
This morning, proceed to Healthy Liver Shop where you can shop for health products. If time permits, you can do some last-minute shopping at a local provision shop before you transfer to the airport for your flight home.
No Deviation and Detour from itinerary are allowed
Tour is conducted in Mandarin unless otherwise specified.
Revisions, if any, in itinerary are subject to the Company’s Terms and Conditions, a copy of which is available at www.ChanBrothers.com/PackageTourTnCs.
In particular, the Customer is requested to note the following:
Itinerary may be subject to change due to circumstances beyond the Company’s control.
Accommodation in designated cities is subject to room availability.
Sequence of itinerary may be subject to change.
Different tour groups may be merged.
Proposed changes, if any, that are not accepted will be subject to the refund provisions set out in the Terms and Conditions.