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Availability: 25 Oct 2023 to 05 Nov 2023
Day1 – Check-in @ Changi Airport
Day2 – Singapore – Incheon – Jenju
Magoksa Temple – surrounded by a mountain and rivers curving a yin-yang shape, this temple was never damaged by any major wars during the Joseon Period (1392-1910). As much as the temple’s fame, the beauty of the surrounding mountains is
renowned. Jeonju Hanok Village has over 800 traditional Korean Hanok houses. While the rest of city has been industrialized, Hanok Village retains its historical charms and traditions.
Day3 – Jeonju – Seonunsa Templestay
Damyeung Metasequoia-lined road – planted along the street in the early 1970s when the Ministry of Internal Affairs officially designated the road as a “boulevard.”
Seonunsa Temple – built during the Baekje Dynasty (18 BC-678 AD), known for its beautiful surroundings throughout the year. TEMPLE STAY: Learning of Temple manners, participating Temple Ceremony, Making Buddhist Rosary.
Day4 – Seonunsa – Suncheon
Morning participate in Templestay activities and temple tour. Songwangsa Temple – one of the three jewels of Korean Buddhism. It is an International Zen Center that is popular with foreigners who seek the experience of living in a Zen temple.
Day5 – Suncheon – Busan
Haeinsa Temple – The name “Haein” originates from the expression Haeinsammae of Hwaeomgyeong (Buddhist scripture), which means truly enlightened world of Buddha and our naturally undefiled mind. Gamcheon Village – The area is known for its steep streets, twisting alleys, and brightly painted houses, which have been
restored and enhanced in recent years to attract tourism. Nampodong Street – is the central commercial and shopping area.
Day6 – Busan – Gyeongju
Cheongsapo Daritdol Observatory – The 72.5m long and 20m high observatory in the shape of a blue dragon stretches out impressively over the ocean. Experience the thrill of walking on the sea through the transparent floor. Haedong Yonggung Temple – The temple complex is a large one and one of few in Korea to be set on the seaside. Tongdusa Temple – one of the most important temples in Korea, reputedly houses Buddha’s skull relics, a robe and an alms bowl. Bomun Lake – a man-made lake 1,652,900m2 in size.
Day7 – Gyeongju – Yeoju
Bulguksa Temple – a UNESCO site & it is the representative relic of Gyeongju. The beauty of the temple itself & the artistic touch of the stone relics are known throughout the world. Seokguram Grotto – a UNESCO site & it is the representative stone temple of Korea. Inside the round-shaped main hall are the Bonjon Statue, Bodhi-sattva and his disciples. Silleuksa Temple – The name was said to originate from a legend that an uncontrollably swift horse was reined up by the power of
god. Inside the temple consist of Josadang, the temple’s oldest building; Dancheungjeon-tab, a tower made of mud bricks, etc.
Day8 – Yeoju – Seoul
Gyeongbuk Palace – built in 1395 and arguably the most beautiful and remains the largest of all five palaces. Bongeunsa Temple is located to the north of COEX building, and was constructed in the 10th year of Silla King Weongseong’s
reign (794). Jogyesa Temple is the center of Zen Buddhism in Korea, and is
famous for being located in the city. Insadong located in the heart of the city, is an important place where old but precious and traditional goods are on display.
This is a shopping place where tourists will not miss.
Day9 – Seoul – Singapore
Bukchon Hanok Village – a Korean traditional village in Seoul with a long history, composed of lots of alleys, hanok and is preserved to show a 600-year-old urban environment.