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Travel Wander
106 Henderson Cres, Singapore 150106

SGD 3,160

7 days

Group Tours

Trip Highlights

~ Bulguksa Temple and Seokguram Grotto

~ Daereungwon Park, Cheonmachong and Cheomseongdae

~ Hwanho Park Space Walk

~ Gamcheon Culture Village

~ Songdo Air Cruise ride

~ Oryukdo Skywalk

~ Haeundae Blue Line Beach Capsule Train

~ Skyline Luge

What's Included

~ 6 nights accommodation in superior twin room

~ 6 breakfasts

~ English Speaking Driver Guide

~ Car usage for all days except Day 5

~ Entrance Fees for: Songdo Cable Car, Songdo Cloud Suspension Bridge, Haeundae Blue Line Beach Train, Daereungwon (Cheonmachong), Donggung Palace and Wolji Pond, Skyline Luge.

What's not included

~ Flights to Busan, South Korea

~ Lunches and dinners

~ Anything not specified in the itinerary

~ Tourists visa (if applicable)

~ Travel Insurance (highly recommended)

~ Tipping for driver guide (Guideline: USD 5 per person per day)

~ Any expenses of personal nature.


Day 1    Busan – Gyeongju

Welcome to Busan! Your local driver guide will meet you at the airport before you proceed to Gyeongju.

Visit Bulguksa Temple, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that was constructed in year 751 and completed 24 years later in year 774. It was said that King Kim Dae-Seong had Bulguksa Temple built for his parents in his current life.

Explore the streets of Hwangridan-Gil as you browse through the various interesting shops there.

Visit Daereungwon Park, Cheonmachong and Cheomseongdae. Cheomseongdae is said to be the oldest surviving astronomical observatory in Asia, and possibly even the world.

Continue your exploration of Gyeongju with Donggung Palace, Wolji Pond, Gyochon Hanok Village and Woljeong Bridge.

Stay: Commodore Hotel Gyeongju or similar

Day 2    Gyeongju – Pohang

Take Instagram-worthy photos at the Igari Anchor Observatory, a wooden bridge built in the shape of an anchor.

Visit the intimate Cheongha Market, also known as Gongjin Market, made famous by the drama Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha.

Take on the latest attraction in Pohang, the Hwanho Park Space Walk. This interesting roller coaster structure is bound to keep your heart racing as you climb to the top. From there, enjoy breathtaking views of your surroundings. This one-of-a-kind attraction is a must-visit.

See the Homigot sculpture, located to the east of urban Pohang in Daebo-myeon. The area is home to the Homigot Lighthouse, the tallest lighthouse in South Korea.

Take a stroll down Guryongpo Japanese House Street as you explore the interesting shops along the lane. Or perhaps enjoy a cup of coffee in the café that was featured in the K-drama “When the Camellia Blooms”.

Transfer to Busan where you will stay for the night.

Stay: Centum Premier Hotel or similar

Day 3    Busan  

Admire the vibrantly decorated houses built in staircase fashion on the foothills of a coastal mountain in Gamcheon Culture Village, nicknamed the "Machu Picchu of Busan".

Take a ride on the Songdo Air Cruise and admire the beautiful ocean and mountain landscape as you travel from Songdo Bay Station to Songdo Sky Park.

Oryukdo is one of the only two sites in Busan that is classified as a National Cultural Heritage Scenic Site. Oryukdo Skywalk was constructed to allow visitors to have a broader view of Busan’s blue and surrounding islets. These groups of islands/islets compose of solid rocks although with cracks and crevices where green plants and trees make their home. That’s why these islands may look colourful depending on the season.

Located on Dongbaekseom Island, which is noted for its beautiful, natural landscape accented by dense camellia and pine trees, Nurimaru APEC House has been used as a memorial hall and a prestigious international conference hall since the APEC summit meeting.

Stay: Centum Premier Hotel or similar

Day 4    Busan

Enjoy a scenic ride on the Haeundae Blue Line Beach Capsule Train visiting Cheongsapo Skywalk before ending at Songjeong.

After lunch, visit Haedong Yonggung Temple, a Buddhist temple built in 1376 on the coast surrounded by rocks and the sea, the only one of its kind in Korea. It’s often touted as the most beautiful temple in Korea.

Conclude your day with an adrenaline-pumping ride on the skyline luge!

Stay: Centum Premier Hotel or similar

Day 5    Busan

Free at leisure day for you to enjoy either the beach or shopping!

Stay: Centum Premier Hotel or similar

Day 6    Busan – Geoje

Visit Geoje Bridge Observatory Tower for a wonderful bird’s eye view of Geoje and its surroundings.

Maemi Fort on Geoje Island is a super popular spot that draws instagrammers from all over Korea to its shores. It’s mostly due to the incredibly photogenic location inside the castle.

Windy Hill’s windmill is a cute landmark of Geoje. Many visit this attraction to capture beautiful photos of the windmill with the blue ocean as its backdrop.

Stay: Centum Premier Hotel or similar

Day 7    Ulsan – Busan

Visit Taehwagang National Garden, created for the purpose of preserving nature whilst providing a serene resting spot for the residents of Ulsan.

Enjoy one last cup of coffee in Ulsan whilst admiring the views of Ganjeolgot Cape before you are sent to Busan airport for your flight home.

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