7D6N Glamorous Korea (Land + Flight) – Travel Jul-Nov’16

Travel from: Jul-Nov'16 (Fixed Departures)
Inclusions: Return economy airfares by Asiana Airlines as per itinerary, Airconditioned transport, KTX train ride from Seoul to Busan, 6 nights accommodations (Twin Sharing), Daily Breakfast, Entrance Fees, Mandarin Speaking Guide, Tour & Meals as per itinerary. Click HERE for Land Only Package.
Departure Flight: OZ 754 SIN-ICN [0240 – 1015] or OZ 752 SIN-ICN [2240-0600 (+1)]
Return Flight: OZ 753 ICN-SIN [1930 – 0130 (+1)] or OZ 751 ICN-SIN  [1610 – 2130]
DAY 1: INCHEON – BUSAN – ULSAN (Breakfast on board flight / L: Seafood Steamboat / D: Andong Braised Chicken)
HOTEL: Shilla Stay Hotel or similar class
This morning, take the Korea Train Express (KTX) to Busan. KTX is Korea's high-speed rail system that began operation in 2004 and travels up to 300 km/hr. It can travel from Seoul to Busan in 2 hours 18 minutes on the Gyeongbu line, from Seoul to Gwangju in 3 hours and Seoul to Mokpo in 3 hours 20 minutes on the Honam line, Seoul to Masan in 2 hours 55 minutes on the Gyeongjeon line, and from Seoul to Yeosu in 3 hours and 30 minutes on the Jeolla line.
Gamcheon Cultural Village – Korea’s most art-filled town is nested on top of the hills of Saha-gu in Busan. It is dubbed as the quirkiest art-filled suburb with colourful and narrow alleyways. It attracts thousands of tourists and photography enthusiasts yearly.
Jagalchi Market – It is Korea's largest seafood market, and is where you can see the lifestyle of the indigenous Busan natives. It also represents Busan and is famous throughout the country. You may like to try some fresh raw fish right at the market. 
Biff Square – This square was named on 14 August 1996, after the first Busan International Film Festival was held there. In recent years, it has grown into a more complex area, not only movie theaters but also shops and leisure facilities, attracting growing numbers of visitors and tourist
DAY 2: Ulsan – Gyeongju (Breakfast in Hotel / L: Braised Pork Ribs in Potato Soup / D: Pork BBQ)
HOTEL: Gyeongju Daemyeong Resort or similar class
Ulsan Observatory – Ulsan Bridge Observatory is a symbol of Ulsan, proudly stands 2014 meters high above sea level. Providing stunning views for 7 famous mountains in Ulsan Area. 
Ganjeolgot – Ganjeolgot Point is in the spotlight as a new tourist attraction along with Jinha Beach and Seosaengpo Fortress. The lighthouse is located 20 minutes away from the entrance to Ulsan Nambu Ring Road. Enjoy the tremendous scenery of the invigorating sea and the misty view of the hills. 
Jangsaengpo Special Whale Culture Zone [INC: Whale Museum + Whale Life Experience Museum] – Jangsaengpo Whale Life Experience Museum is a whale aquarium, located inside Jangsaengpo Ocean Park. Various fresh water and salt water tropical fish, shark, and sea turtles also live at the aquarium. In a submarine tunnel, real dolphins can be seen and many diverse dolphin-related programs have been prepared. There is an animation regarding whales showing at the 4D movie theater and the hands-on zoo is raising reptiles and birds, attracting many children interested in touching, feeding and taking pictures of the animals. 
Gyeongju Bomun Lake – Bomunho Lake is a man-made lake 1,652,900m² in size. It was built on the site of an old fortress in Mount Myeonghwalsan in the east of Gyeongju in accordance with the Gyeongju Bomun Tourist Resort development plan. There are many leisure facilities and parks around the lake, including an international hotel and Gyeongju World. Bomun Lake is very popular among bikers and walkers. 
Anapji Pond (Night View) – According to the historical records of ‘Samguk-sagi,’ Anapji Pond was built during the 14th year of King Munmu (in power 661-681 AD) of the Silla Kingdom (57 BC-935 AD). Small mountains were created inside the palace walls, beautiful flowers were planted, and rare animals were brought in to create an exquisitely exotic garden fit for royalty. The pond was originally built in Wolseung Fortress (erected in 101 AD during the Silla period), but the fortress was destroyed and now lies in ruins.
DAY 3: Gyeongju –  Daegu (Breakfast in Hotel / L: Mushroom Steamboat / D: Tofu Soup)
HOTEL: Daegu Inter-Burgo Exco or similar class
Bulguksa Temple – Bulguksa Temple is the representative relic of Gyeongju and was designated as a World Cultural Asset by UNESCO in 1995. The beauty of the temple itself and the artistic touch of the stone relics are known throughout  the world.
Seokguram Grotto – Seokguram, located on Mt.Tohamsan, is the representative stone temple of Korea. The official name of this national treasure is Seokguram Seokgul. It was also designated as World Cultural Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1995, it is an artificial stone temple made of granite. 
Oriental Medicine Museum [INC: DIY Herbal soap making experience] – Yangnyeongsi Oriental Medicine Cultural Center was established in 1993. Through multiple exhibitions and various hands-on experience programs, the Cultural Center continuesto provide an opportunity to experience the 350-year-old traditions in the history of Yangnyeong-si and Yakjeon Medicine Alley. 
Dongseongno Street – There are wide ranges of unique fashion items available at affordable prices.
DAY 4: Daegu – Danyang (Breakfast in Hotel / L: Pork Bulgogi / D: Garlic Set Menu)
HOTEL: Danyang Daemyeong Resort or similar class
Apple Wine Factory [ Winery Tour + Tasting Apple Wine + DIY Apple Wine Making ] – During the visit, you will get an opportunity to learn the process of apple wine making, and also taste the wine with some apple pie. 
Andong Mask Village – It is also known as Hahoe Village, as it is famous for the mask dance and it gives its name to the Hahoe wooden masks worn in the dance. Look out for the housing architecture and village structure, which have been preserved since Joseon Dynasty period. 
Danyang Eight Sights (Dodamsambong Peaks, Stone Gate, Sainam Rock) – Eight areas designated as the most beautiful sceneries in Danyang, are Haseonam, Jungseonam, Sangseonam, Sainam, Gudambong, Oksunbong, Dodamsambong, and Seokmun. These areas were visited many times by numerous scholars during the Joseon Period (1392-1910), and contain many historically and culturally important relics. 
DAY 5: Danyang – Seoul (Breakfast in Hotel/ L: At Own Expenses / D: Abalone Ginseng Chicken Soup)
HOTEL: Best Western Guro or similar
Everland with free Pass – As one of the world’s most popular outdoor amusement park, Everland features a large combination of leisure, entertainment, education and culture. Explore the beautiful and splendid amusement park. For the adventurous, do not miss the thrill rides, such as Hurricane, Cork Screw and Double Loops. For the animal lovers, there is also a Safari where you get the chance to get very close to endangered animals, such as the lions, tigers, ligers and bears.
Dongdaemun Market – Head over for Dongdaemun Market, one of the most popular wholesale shopping area in Seoul among Koreans and tourists alike. 
The Painters Hero Show – An innovative non-verbal performance that stages the entire process of painting combined with incredible visual effects and a witty blend of mime, dance and comedy. Audiences will enjoy a play, an art show, and a musical in a single performance that creates about 10 art pieces live on stage through an 80-minute, excitement-filled show.
DAY 6: Seoul (Breakfast in Hotel / L: King Crab + Assorted Seafood Casserole / D: At Own Expenses)
HOTEL: Best Western Guro or similar
Compulsory shopping stops : Ginseng Outlet, Healthy Liver Shop, Cosmetic Duty Free
Changdeok Palace – Changdeok Palace was the second royal villa built following the construction of Gyeongbok Palace in 1405. The Changdeok Palace has been designated as a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site by the World Cultural Heritage Committee in December 1997.
Insadong – Located in the heart of the city, Insadong is an important place where old but precious and traditional goods are on display. There is one main road in Insadong with alleys on each side. Within these alleys are galleries, traditional restaurants, teahouses and cafes. 
Myeongdong – Enjoy more shopping sensations in Myeongdong, one of Seoul’s main shopping and tourism districts.
DAY 7 : Seoul – Incheon Airport – Singapore (Breakfast in Local Restaurant)
Click HERE for Chinese Itinerary
Click HERE for English image brochure




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