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Full-Day Busan Tour Including Gamcheon Culture Village
"Your tour begins with a pick-up from your hotel in Busan or from the Haeundae Subway Station. During your fully narrated tour learn about Busan South Korea's second largest city and explore some of the most beautiful places that this port city has to offer.Itinerary as follows:1. Songdo Sky WalkThe sky walk has drawn attention as the first of its kind in Korea and for its long curving trail.  2. Gamcheon Culture VillageGamcheon Culture Villiage is formed by houses built in staircase-fashion on the foothills of a coastal mountain earning this village the nickname of ""Machu Picchu of Busan.3. Yongdusan Park & Busan TowerYongdusan Park
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"Best of Busan With Yonggungsa Temple
"Note: The following itinerary order is subject to change due to poor weather conditions unexpected venue closures or road conditions.Meet your guide upon pickup from your hotel or Busan’s train station for your full-day sightseeing tour. Begin with a visit to Yongdusan Park located on Yongdusan mountain in downtown Busan. Ride an elevator to the lookout point inside the 423-foot (129-meter) Busan Tower to take in marvelous views of the park’s scenic landscape as well as the sea. Or stroll with your guide to see the park’s m such as Palgakjeong (Octagonal Pavilion) the Busan citizens’ bell pavilion or the Buddhist temple. Back in your minivan drive past Gwangan Bridge en route to Dalmaji-gil
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Private Busan City Tour Including Gamcheon Culture Village and Beomeosa Temple
"Meet your guide upon pickup at your hotel and hop in your comfortable private minivan for the drive to Mt Geumjeong. Located halfway up the mountain is Beomeosa (Temple of the Nirvana Fish) originally built in 678 during the reign of King Munmu of the Silla Dynasty. Learn about the temple’s history as you explore the complex including gates halls pagodas and stone lamps showcasing Korea’s traditional Buddhist architecture.Continue on to Gamcheon Culture Village a fascinating hillside enclave decorated with pastel houses
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Hydrofoil to Japan

Just like I did, a lot of people have questions about the hydrofoil between Busan and Fukuoka. I'd heard about it, and thought it would be a cool way to move on to Japan. It is! Here's some info...
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Bus going to Busan

If you want to go to Busan from Seoul you must take a bus ride. There are 2 types, Express buses and Inter-city buses which often have separate terminals. Express buses can be either first class...
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Busan Subway

Busan has an extensive subway that makes for easy travel throughout the city and to many outlying areas such as Haeundae Beach. The one key place the subway does not reach is Kimhae Airport (but there...
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Train to Busan

The train is another easy way to get from Seoul to Busan. It is a 4-5 hour ride from Seoul Station to Busan Station, and it costs about 35,000 Won. The new Korea Train Express (KTX) takes 2 hours and...
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CITY TOUR BUS

CAMELLIA (Departure: 09:00, 11:20, 12:50, 15:30) Busan station ‡ Lotte hotel ‡ UN memorial cemetery ‡ Busan Museum modern of art ‡ Gwangalli beach ‡ Haeundae beach.(liat Dongbaek island ‡ Marriot...
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KTX train

It takes about two hours and forty minutes from Seoul to Busan by KTX (Korea's high speed train). Busan station has a tourism information center on the right side of the ticket counters. You can get...
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Slow Ferries to/from Japan (Shimonoseki)

If you are looking to get to the main island of Honshu, or find the other ferries booked, Kampu Ferry Line and Pukwan Ferries offer ~14hour slow trips between Busan and Shimonoseki.Busan International...
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Slow Ferries to/from Japan (Fukuoka)

If the fast ferry is not your preference, nor within budget, Camillia Lines Ferries offer ~14hour slow trips between Busan and Fukuoka (Hakata port).Busan International Ferry Terminal is 5~10 minutes...
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not so confusing

one of the best ways to get around busan is by taking the subway. they have so many stops that you can practically get on and off at just about any part of the city not to mention the major tourist...
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Chinese Consulate in Busan

If you are in a taxi, your driver should be able to find it with the Korean map given on the web page. If you are finding your own way, like I did, it is tucked away rather well.The easiest way to...
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Driving in & out of the City

considering this is the furthest city located at the South-Eastern corner of the K.PenninsuLait is a good idea to have a car at handto drive out of city limits, hugging the Southern /OR/ Eastern coast...
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KimHae InternationaL Airport

serving the 2nd Largest city in the PenninsuLaat the West-end of Pusan .only the NakDong River separates it from the City of Pusanbut will take a good 30 minutes' drive into downtown .the airport is...
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Mopeds & Bikes

because this ain't a major metropolis :once you have decided on an area to stay inmany people opt.for a moped or bike .most of foreigners living here temporarily rarely have licensesince local police...
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Pusan Subway Connection

stiLL new compared to other metropoListhe Pusan Subway only has 3 major lines that inter-cross at 2 conjunctions,therefore only ample in reaching major areas of the city .and because this is a stiLL a...
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Top Hotels in Busan

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737 Woo 1-dong Haeundae-gu, Busan, 612-600, South Korea
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1408-5 Jung-dong, Haeundae-gu, Busan, 612-846, South Korea
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651-2 Woo-Dong, Haeundae-ku, Busan, 612-020, South Korea
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743-80 Youngju-Dong, Jung-gu, Busan, 600-110, South Korea
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137-7 Oncheon-Dong, Dongnae-Gu, Busan, 607-060, South Korea
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12, 2-Ga, Dongkwang-Dong, Jung-Gu, Busan, South Korea
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Top Things to Do in Busan

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Haedong Younggungsa Temple

This is a beautiful Buddhist temple located a bus ride away from Songjeong Beach. Apparently most Korean temples are located on mountains so this one is unusual as it is set next to the sea. When you...
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Taejongdae

Taejongdae is located at the tip of Yeongdo-gu Island which is connected to the Nampodong/ Jagalchi area by bridge. When we arrived at the park ,we saw many people lining up to take the miniture train...
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Busan Expat Sailing Club

Do some sailing during your visit to Haeundae Beach, Busan. The Busan Expat Sailing Club is ideally located at the Sooyoungman Marina which is the largest marina in Korea. Established in 2008 to serve...
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Jagalachi Fish Market

This is the largest fish market in Korea and it's an interesting place to spend a couple of hours. We started at the dried fish market then wandered past a row of fish vendors and had a look at...
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Boat Trips

We took an hour long cruise to the Oryukdo Islets from Haeundae beach. The trip is at 18000 won per person but it's fun. As the boat sets sail, it is surrounded by hungry seagulls as passengers...
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Beomensa Temple

This is a 1300 year old Buddhist temple and it is located on Mount Geumjeongsan. I found the setting of the temple very beautiful. There were lots of forest trails around it. The walk up to the temple...
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"My first year abroad"
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globetrott

"Busan = Pusan, 2nd largest city of South Korea"
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Intrepidduck

"Busan: Korea's Second City"
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"I always love to be at the BEACH!"
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"Busan"
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