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Chan Brothers Travel

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Chan Brothers Travel
150 South Bridge Road Fook Hai Building 01-12 & #07-01, Singapore 058727
+65 6438 xxxx

SGD 1,988


Group Tours

Availability: 12 Apr 2024 to 30 Sept 2024


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Day 1 Singapore –Incheon
(Meals On Board)
Assemble at Singapore Changi Airport for your flight to Incheon.

Day 2 Incheon

Ganghwa Peace Observatory, Ganghwa Dolmen sites, Joyangbangjik cafe, Sinpo Market, Songdo Central Park, Songdo Triple Street

Annyeonghaseyo! Upon arrival, we will proceed to visit Ganghwa Peace Observatory. This is also the closest where you could catch a glimpse of North Korean's life from a distance. There were many things that will remind you of North Korean’s village in the drama “Crash

Landing on You”. Next, visit the impressive Ganghwa Dolmen sites where the dolmens were built in B.C 1000. Thereafter enjoy a relaxing afternoon coffee at the nostalgic Joyangbangjik cafe, an old textile factory turned unique retro cafe decked out in “blast from the past” ornaments, an instagramable café not to be missed. Next visit one of Korea well known Sinpo Market which dates back to the late 19th century when vendors began selling fresh vegetables to the Japanese, Chinese, and Westerners who settled in the area. Later in the afternoon, visit the Songdo Central Park, the first seawater park in the country before proceeding to Songdo Triple Street which shows off 365 days of new trends and styles making it a must-visit spot. It also appears in many Korean Drama such as “It’s Okay Not to be Okay”,

“Our Beloved Summer” and many more.

Day 3 Incheon – Seoul

Incheon Open Port, 19th century style eco-friendly electric car, Songwol-dong fairy tale Village, Jajangmyeon museum, Chinatown street, Jayu Park, Gimpo Hyundai Premium Outlet, Dongdaemun Market

Annyeonghaseyo! Morning, proceed to one of the most recognizable destinations in the city, the Incheon Open Port also known as Gaehangjang. Here you will get to visit unique sites and attractions onboard the 19th century style eco-friendly electric car. First you will visit to Songwol-dong fairy tale Village, a truly magical themed village donned by painted alleys of fairy-tale characters. Next visit Jajangmyeon museum which is the birthplace of jajangmyeon (black soy bean noodles), one of Korean's most beloved dishes, known to have originated from Chinatown in Seollin-dong, Jung-gu of Incheon. This is special museum dedicated to the dish, introducing its history, progress in development, and the influence and value it effected on Korea. Thereafter stop by the Chinatown street and adjacent to it is the

Japanese town. Here you will get to admire the unique Chinese and Japanese building architecture which is divided by the Cheongiljogyeji Stairway It is also connected to Jayu Park where you can see the Incheon Sea from the top of the stairs. Later in the afternoon, enjoy the long awaited shopping therapy at the Gimpo Hyundai Premium Outlet, the first premium outlet opened by Hyundai Department Store. With over 230 premium brand stores and a close distance to Seoul, visitors can enjoy shopping conveniently. Next, head to Dongdaemun Market, the city’s largest retail and wholesale district, for some serious shopping. Dotted with stalls offering the latest fashion togs and accessories, this is where you will be able to assemble the Korean-style ensemble that you have always coveted.


Day 4 Seoul (Breakfast)
Spend the day at leisure enjoying retail therapy and food hunt at the various shopping street in Seoul.

Accommodation: Seoul Garden hotel or similar

Day 5 Seoul – Yongin – Seoul

Everland, Starfield COEX Library

This morning, we will embark on a visit to Everland, South Korea’s largest theme park. Unleash your inner child and enter a colourful realm of thrilling rides and entertainment. Next, speaking of instagramable places, foreigners and locals alike will flock to Starfield COEX Library in Gangnam. Home to over 50,00 books and magazines adorning the 13 meter tall giant bookshelf, this library a an art by itself.

Day 6 Seoul

Gyeongbok Palace, Korean dress in a Hanbok dress-up session, Bukchon Hanok Village, Ikseon-dong street

Rise and shine, today our first stop will be a visit to the majestic Gyeongbok Palace, built in 1395 and the largest palace during the Joseon dynasty. Here at Gyeongbok Palace, you can choose to don the traditional Korean dress in a Hanbok dress-up session and roam its stately grounds, delve into its storied past and imagine what it might have been like centuries ago. Then, head to Bukchon Hanok Village, home to hundreds of traditional Korean courtyard houses or hanoks dating back to the Joseon dynasty. Immerse in Korean tradition and culture as you take a leisure stroll among the many hanoks that have been beautifully refurbished and given a new lease of life as guesthouses, teahouses and small shops. After which, visit Ikseon-dong street, Korea cutest neighborhood with the little alleys filled with Hanoks, trendy boutiques, amazing cafes and great restaurants. Some call Ikseon-Dong the hipster place of Seoul. It is certainly one of the trendiest and most up and coming neighborhood in Seoul.

Day 7 Seoul

Tongin Market, Myeongdong shopping street, Hongik University Street

This morning, proceed to Ginseng Monopoly Showroom before making a stop at an Odbo cosmetic shop to stock up on skincare products from this feted brand. Next, visit Tongin Market. Dating back to June 1941, this was a public market set up for Japanese residents when Korea was under Japanese rule. Now it is a bustling yet traditional market filled with street vendors, restaurants and grocery stores. Experience purchasing an authentic Korean street snack lunch box using traditional coins like how it was back in the olden days. Next start your shopping spree at Myeongdong shopping street before proceeding to Hongik University Street, the most popular shopping area around Hongdae.

In the morning, visit Healthy Liver Centre 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.

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