Busan Central Hotel

675-10, Yeonsan-dong, Yeonje-gu, Busan 611-084, South Korea
Busan Central Hotel
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cheap shopping center

by kuznandar

where the shopping center, and how I get there by subway thanks

Re: Did you listen the largest department store in pusan?

by Yichanyong0424547

Did you hear the largest department store in pusan? that store is at Centumcity station. So, I don't know where you are but if you get train, you should transfer at Se-Myun station by Second route. And you can't miss it.

Re: cheap shopping center

by DSwede

I think the key word was "cheap". Department stores in Korea are not cheap!

Try the PNU area, Pusan National University.
Otherwise, the Seomyeon neighborhood.
Both have their own subway stations.

Travel Tips for Busan

UN Cemetary for the Korean war dead

by amambaw

I visited the Korean War UN Cemetary in Daeyeon, Busan. It was a very peaceful, somber place, but beautiful nonetheless. The cemetary is home to several hundred soldiers from all over the world who fought in the Korean War. There are several memorials, and also a plaza of flags with the flags of all the nations who fought.

One thing I enjoyed the most about this place is that it is one of the quietist places I have found in Busan. The many trees help damper the sound from the street, and there aren't many visitors. You can walk peacefully through the area and admire the flowers. Paying hommage is easy due to the quiet.

To visit the cemetary, take the subway line 2 to Daeyeon (stop #13). Take the exit for the Busan Museum. Walk towards the Museum and cultural centre, about .7 km. Stay on the left side of the road. You'll see the War Memorial in the large intersection. Head up the hill on the left, and over the traffic tunnel. The cemetary is on the left on the far side of the tunnel.

Busan's Temples: Seokbulsa Pt. 2

by Intrepidduck

Getting to this temple involves eventually going by foot. If you are ever able to get there you will feel rewarded when you find it. Either start walking from the terminus of the No 33 bus in Old Mandeok, about 30 - 45 minutes or from the top of the Dongnea to Mandeok ridge road. This spot can only be reached by private car or on foot from the terminus of the No 9 Village Bus which runs from Dongnea's above ground subway line station.

Below the temple there is a nice little restaurant which does traditional Korean food, beer and soju, mostly catering to the hikers who pass through. One can hike beyond the temple further climbing up the the Nammun or South Gate. The Kum Gang cable car makes an easy way up the mountain and one could walk to Seokbulsa from here and via the South Gate. this location is even seldom know by Busan's hords noisey of weekend hikers.

Breakfast Buffet, now there's something you ....

by amambaw about The Marriott Hotel, Haeundae

Breakfast Buffet, now there's something you don't see everyday in Busan. Koreans don't eat the same style breakfast as Westerners. Most have kimchi and rice for breakfast: not exactly the same as pancakes and sausages. As a result of this, there aren't very many (read: only 1-2) places that serve Western style breakfast.

If you are really desperate for a Western breakfast, you can check out the Marriott hotel's buffet. They open the buffet sometime between 8-9 am, and it closes around 10:30. The food's not bad, they've got fresh fruit, cereal, hot dishes like pancakes, omlettes, sausages, etc. I think the best thing was the scrambled eggs. There's something about someone else making eggs for you that makes them taste better.

One warning: when we went, the bacon wasn't that great. You might want to pass. Also, the sausages are very different than traditional breakfast sausages that you might be used to. They aren't as fatty, and are pretty thick.

Busan History Museum

by salisbury3933

This is an interesting museum which outlines the history of the city. It is very anti-Japanese in its tone, but that's hardly surprising given the history between the two countries.

It also outlines the Korean war, and the Korea-U.S relationship.

Quite an interesting hour or so we spent there.

Song capsule to a lead harbour:6

by terababe

C/- Tianjin jin-Shen Ferry Co. Ltd
N.1 22/F Ocean Shipping Plaza
Hebei District
China Express Line

Fax. + 86 (0)22 2420 5970

You will follow this map into the station plaza and the custom exit:2


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