Day 1: SINGAPORE - INCHEON
Welcome to a unique experience! Assemble at Singapore Changi Airport for our flight to Korea, beginning your long-awaited vacation.
Arrive in Seoul and have dinner at a restaurant featured in the Michelin Guide, famous for its Samgyetang (ginseng chicken soup), accompanied by a variety of traditional Korean dishes.
Check-in to hotel and enjoy the evening at leisure.
Dinner - Korean Ginseng Chicken
Day 2: INCHEON - GIMPO - JEJU ISLAND
Board a domestic flight towards Jeju Island Yongduam Rock, or Dragon Head Rock, is a natural rock formation characterized by its resemblance to the head of a dragon,
Explore ARTE Museum, the largest interactive multi-media art exhibition in Korea. Its mesmerizing media artworks, inspired by the concept of an endless universe, offer an immersive experience with captivating visuals, captivating sounds, and captivating fragrances. With its diverse themed galleries, including tropical rainforests, swamps, and outer space, this unparalleled encounter will truly delight your senses and ignite your imagination.
Discover Dongmun Traditional Market, the largest and oldest market on Jeju Island. Blending elements of public markets, traditional markets, and seafood markets, it boasts a wide array of delicacies and merchandise, making it a popular destination for tourists.
Breakfast– Hotel / Lunch – Jeju Black Pork BBQ
Day 3: JEJU ISLAND
Seongsan Ilchulbong, also known as Sunrise Peak, is a UNESCO World Heritage site. It is a volcanic peak formed approximately 5,000 years ago, and its iconic crater offers breathtaking views of the sunrise.
Jeju Island is famous for its abundance of fresh fruits, enjoy a session of fruits picking directly from the orchard during the respective fruit seasons.
Experience a unique and flavorful pizza making workshop with a twist on the traditional Italian dish, using locally sourced ingredients from Jeju Island, including Jeju's pork ham and beet butter for a distinctive taste reflecting the region's culinary delights.
Jeongbang Waterfall, the only waterfall in South Korea (and possibly all of Asia) that cascades directly into the sea, is a famous and picturesque attraction. Be drawn to its scenic beauty, and the surrounding area that offers charming walking trails for exploration.
Breakfast–Hotel/Lunch - Hairtail Set Meal / Dinner–Jeju Donbe Noodle Set
Day 4: JEJU ISLAND - BUSAN
Board a domestic flight towards Busan.
Taejongdae is a scenic coastal park offering stunning views of the ocean, cliffs, and lush greenery. Explore the park's beauty on the Danubi Train, for a leisurely ride through the park's highlights, providing easy access to its picturesque spots.
Gamcheon Cultural Village, also known as the "Machu Picchu of Busan," is a vibrant and colorful hillside community. It is famous for its narrow winding streets, adorned with vibrant murals, sculptures, and art installations, creating a unique and artistic atmosphere.
Nampo-dong is a bustling commercial and entertainment district renowned for its vibrant street markets, shopping centers, and a wide array of dining options, including traditional Korean street food. It is also home to notable landmarks such as the Jagalchi Fish Market, BIFF Square, and Yongdusan Park.
Bupyeong Kkangtong Market is a bustling and vibrant traditional market that has gained popularity for its unique and diverse offerings of secondhand goods and vintage items, attracting throngs of shoppers seeking both bargains and rare finds amidst its labyrinthine alleys and stalls.
Jagalchi Market where a vast variety of fresh seafood is sold at affordable prices. Visitors can purchase any seafood they want which will be processed on the spot.
Breakfast – Hotel / Lunch – Special Pork Rice Soup
Day 5: BUSAN
Beomeosa Temple is a historic Buddhist temple that was originally constructed in the 7th century and is considered one of the country's most important temples. The temple complex is known for its stunning architecture, serene mountain setting, and cultural significance.
Haeundae Blueline Park is a coastal park spanning along the shoreline that offers picturesque views of the beach and the sea. Enjoy a scenic train ride through the surrounding landscape.
Enjoy and relax at The Spaland, a luxurious Jjimjilbang (Korean sauna & spa) in Shinsegae Centum City, the largest department store recorded in the Guinness World Records.
Ppangcheon-dong is a neighborhood known for its vibrant street food culture. You can find an array of delicious and affordable Korean snacks, including various types of bread, pastries, and other local delights from street vendors and small shops in this lively district.
Breakfast – Hotel / Lunch - Fugu Special Set Meal / Dinner – Lobster & Seafood Feast
Day 6: BUSAN - GIMPO - SEOUL
Board a domestic flight towards Gimpo Airport to return to Seoul.
Insa-dong is a vibrant neighborhood known for its traditional Korean culture and arts. Participate in a unique seal stone engraving experience, where you can create personalized stamps using traditional methods and designs.
N Seoul Tower, also known as Namsan Tower or Seoul Tower, is a prominent and iconic landmark situated atop Namsan Mountain in the heart of Seoul. Standing at an impressive height of 236.7 meters (777 feet), this observation and communication tower has become a symbol of Seoul's modernity and a popular destination for both tourists and locals seeking breathtaking panoramic views of the bustling cityscape.
Myeongdong is a bustling shopping district renowned for its trendy fashion boutiques, cosmetics shops, and street food vendors. It's a popular destination for both locals and tourists seeking the latest fashion trends and delicious Korean snacks while enjoying the lively atmosphere.
Breakfast – Hotel / Lunch– Gamjatang (Pork Backbone Potato Soup)
Day 7: SEOUL
Gyeongbokgung Palace (Joseon Dynasty Royal Palace) - Boasting the title of the largest-scale palace, it is an iconic representation of Korea's traditional royal palaces, and serves as a popular filming site for Korean historic films.
Lunch at beautiful restaurant, located in Seoul's picturesque hills, offers a tranquil dining experience amid traditional Korean architecture enhanced by serene garden views, not only it is a culinary delight but also a cultural immersion into Korea's rich heritage.
Ikseon-dong, a neighborhood known for its narrow alleys filled with traditional Korean houses, or hanoks, turned into modern cafes, shops, and restaurants. Enjoy a relaxing afternoon tea at a hanok-style café in this vintage neighborhood.
Visit Hongdae, a vibrant neighborhood known for its underground culture, indie music scene, clubs, and entertainment.
Breakfast – Hotel / Lunch – Hanjeongsik /Dinner – Pojangmacha Food Stall Experience
Day 8: SEOUL - INCHEON - SINGAPORE
Spend your final day of adventure at a Starfield Shopping Mall in Goyang, where you can enjoy last-minute shopping.
Depart from Seoul to Singapore carrying memories of a vibrant Korean autumn.
Breakfast – Hotel