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Get Together Free & Easy Tour Package 4d3n

Get Together Free & Easy Tour Package 4d3n Packages
Country: South Korea
City: Seoul
Duration: 4 Day(s) - 3 Night(s)
Tour Category: Free & Easy Tour
Departure Date: Thu 01 Jan '99

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*Remark: Your stay can be extended at your request

Package Price Included:

Meeting & Sending airport transfers are based on Seat in Coach Services with English or Chinese speaking Driver assistance.

Hotel Accommodation (Twin room sharing):

3*** Hotel – Ibis Budget Ambassador or Hotel Myeongdong

4**** Hotel – Ramada Encore Dongdaemun, or May Place or Hotel Manu

5***** Hotel – Grand Ambassador or Grand Hilton

Tour Condition:

The above rates are the lowest rates guaranteed based on the fixed schedule shown above. Arrival & Departure on different days of the week will be available at extra charges. Breakfast is included at the above-mentioned 4-star hotels only.

Surcharges are applicable for during Easter Holidays, Japanese Golden Week, Christ-mas season, and Chinese or Japanese Holidays

Top Places to Visit in Seoul:

N Seoul Tower
On Namsan Mountain, in the centre of the city, is the N Seoul Tower. The mountain is 243m above sea level and is the capital’s second-highest point. Go up the 236m tower to experience breathtaking views by day or night. There is a digital observatory and revolving restaurant. Don’t forget to look for the love locks left by couples to signify the promise of their relationships.

Namdaemun Market
The largest traditional market in Korea, Namdaemun Market is the place to shop for cheap goods as well as fresh fruit and vegetables. It is also the perfect spot to graze – don’t miss the spicy tteokbokki rice cakes or the mung-bean pancakes, prepared while you wait. The market is open through the night from 11pm to 4am.

Seoul’s hectic shopping district of Myeongdong is a magnet for anyone who craves Korean fashion or skincare. You will want to stock up on revitalising facial masks as well as delicious honey-butter-almond snacks. Myeongdong is also the place to go to find quirky themed eating places, including the Hello Kitty cafe.

National Museum of Korea
More than 3m visitors a year come to the National Museum of Korea, the country’s largest museum for Korean history and art. That makes this institution one of the most-visited museums in the world. If time is tight make sure you see the golden treasures from the Great Tomb of Hwangnam and the intricate gilt-bronze Baekje incense burner, which resembles a lotus bud on a dragon-like pedestal.

Jogyesa Temple
This will probably be the most colorful temple you will ever see – the exterior is bright red, jade, blue and yellow. Inside are three golden Buddhas. As the visual fanfare suggests, the chief temple of the Jogye Order of Korean Buddhism is one of the most important in the country. It was founded at the start of the Joseon Dynasty in 1395. Visit during Buddha’s birthday in May and you can join Korean visitors taking part in the festivities.

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