Travel Guide

Explore the dynamic city of Busan, where ultramodern skyscrapers blend harmoniously with ancient Buddhist temples. Discover hidden beach retreats, indulge in delectable seafood, and immerse yourself in the colourful culture of South Korea's vibrant port city.
Quick Facts
Location Busan is located in the southeastern-most tip of the Korean peninsula.
Population With over 3.4 million residents, it is the second largest city in South Korea.
Climate Busan generally has a moderate climate, enjoying milder winters and cooler summers compared to other areas in Korea.
Beaches Busan is famously known for its beaches including Haeundae beach, Gwangalli beach, and Songdo beach.
Premier Port Busan is the 5th busiest seaport in the world and is the largest port city in South Korea.
International Events The city is host to international events such as Busan International Film Festival and United Nations Korean Reconstruction Agency (UNKRA).
Cuisine Busan is famous for its seafood, particularly shellfish, which is quickly caught and served fresh.
Historical Sights Busan has many popular spots including the Beomeosa Buddhist Temple, the Haedong Yonggungsa Temple, and the Busan Tower.
Shopping Busan is a shopping destination with places like Shinsegae Centum City - the world's largest department store.
Cultural landmarks Gamcheon Culture Village, often referred to as the 'Santorini of Korea', is a famous cultural landmark filled with alleys, stairways, and brightly painted houses.

Discover Busan

Discover the charming city of Busan in South Korea with our exclusive selection of activities! Nestled between lush mountains and picturesque beaches, Busan offers a unique blend of natural beauty, urban charm, and a rich cultural heritage. From hikes to the mesmerizing Beomeosa Temple, to endless shopping at Shinsegae Centum City, to the sun-drenched beaches of Haeundae. Enjoy panoramic views of the city from Busan Tower, or indulge in delicious seafood at Jagalchi Fish Market. Immerse yourself in the colorful cultural village of Gamcheon, referred to as the Machu Picchu of Busan. Nampodong Street entertains you with night markets, steamy street food and a vibrant nightlife. Our special collection is designed to combine traditional delights with modern thrills for a fun-filled Korea vacation full of unforgettable experiences. So buckle up, because Busan offers a tantalizing trip you won't want to miss!

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