✓ English-speaking tour staff
✓ Taejongdae Danubi Train ticket
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All year round; every Tue, Thur, Sat, Sun
1) Busan station (Clock Tower at main entrance) 2) Seomyeon Station (Exit 12) 3) Haeundae station (Exit 5)
Book at least 2 days in advance
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Our shuttle bus takes you to Taejongdae + Gamcheon Culture Village + Songdo Skywalk + Haedongyonggungsa Temple Shuttle Package even includes Taejongdae Danubi Train ticket! Save the hassle of taking public transportation, transferring so many times. Convenient bus service from Haeundae station, Busan station and Seomyeon Station departs on Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday!
Designated as a Busan monument, Taejongdae represents Busan, and is especially famous for its rock beach. Featuring its highest peak at 250 meters, there are forests of pine trees and 200 other varieties of trees.
Under the lighthouse of this resort is a rock called Sinseon Rock, named after the myth that gods and goddesses came down here to relax. At this rock is a figure called Mangbuseok, named after the story of a woman who waited for her husband who had been taken to Japan. Taejongdae is also famous for the ritual of praying for rain, performed when there are droughts, and rain on the 10th day of the fifth lunar month is called the "Taejong Rain." On days with clear skies you can see Japan’s Tsushima Island from the observatory.
Busan Gamcheon Culture Village
Gamcheon 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." The many alleys cutting through this community are vibrantly decorated with murals and sculptures created by the residents.
Korea's longest ocean sky walk. Songdo Skywalk has been particularly beloved by Korean because of its size. 365-meter-long skywalk with 2.3 meter wide and 9.3 meter high.
Haedong Yonggungsa Temple
Haedong Yonggungsa Temple is situated on the coast of the north-eastern portion of Busan. This superb attraction offers visitors the rare find of a temple along the shore line; most temples in Korea are located in the mountains. Haedong Yonggungsa Temple was first built in 1376 by the great Buddhist teacher known as Naong during the Goryeo Dynasty. Haesu Gwaneum Daebul (Seawater Great Goddess Buddha), Daeungjeon Main Sanctuary, Yongwangdang Shrine, Gulbeop Buddhist Sanctum (enclosed in a cave), and a three-story pagoda with four lions can all be seen looking out over the ocean.
The main sanctuary of the temple was reconstructed in 1970 with careful attention paid to the colors that were traditionally used in such structures. On the right-hand side, inside the a cave, is a uniquely designed Buddhist sanctum, while situated just in front of the main sanctuary is a three-story pagoda with four lions. The four lions are symbolizing joy, anger, sadness, and happiness. Other special sites at the temple are the 108 stairs and stone lanterns lining the rocky landscape. After going down the 108 steps, one will be delighted with the beauty of the temple. Midway down the 108 steps one can stop and enjoy the calming sounds of the waves, and view the majestic sunrise.
Many people often come to this spot on New Year's Day to make a wish for the new year as they watch the sun come up. April is an especially beautiful time of year with cherry blossoms in full bloom. The birth of Buddha is also celebrated in the fourth month of the lunar calendar and offers a spectacular night view as the temple area is aglow with lit lanterns.
Julian, the tour staff for this package,was young, good looking, full of energy and a fantastic staff! Given the limited amount of time we had, The sites to go to was not possible without the service. Julian was able to communicate with us effectively in English made the whole trip comfortable and easy! He took good care of me n my family in this trip. Thanks for the effort!
The driver was late for the appointed time as he say he was stuck in traffic jam. BUt the trip was quite an enjoyable experience for the 6 of us. We were lucky that only our family booked this trip. So we are able to cut short the stay at any place or prolong at another. If you want to visit more places in a day then this is a good day trip.