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Get Together Free & Easy Tour Package 5d4n

Get Together Free & Easy Tour Package 5d4n Packages
Country: South Korea
City: Seoul
Duration: 5 Day(s) - 4 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 an extra price. Breakfast is included at the above-mentioned 4-star hotels only.

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

Top Places to Visit in Seoul:

With a fizzing K-Pop scene, cut-price beauty emporiums and late-night norebang (karaoke) bars, the capital of South Korea is one of the most exciting cities in Asia. Come for a few days at least and you will find a mix of traditional and modern thrills with countless attractions and sites to explore. Here are the top must-visit attractions in Seoul.

Bukhansan National Park
South Korea is only the size of the US state of Kentucky yet it manages to squeeze in 22 national parks. One of these is Bukhansan, just beyond the outskirts of Seoul. It is a great place for leisurely hikers: make it up the lush Bukhansan Mountain at your own pace to discover an amazing view of the city.

Seoul has not one but five main palaces. Painted in hues of red and jade, Gyeongbokgung is the largest and arguably the most important. Often compared with the Forbidden City in Beijing, Gyeongbokgung also houses the National Folk Museum of Korea. If you wear hanbok, the traditional Korean dress for men and women, your visit is free. You can rent your costumes in the city.

Gwanghwamun Square
This new public square lies in front of Gwanghwamun Gate, the main gate to the impressive Gyeongbokgung Palace. The square features a statue of King Sejong the Great, the inventor of Korea’s Hangul alphabet. Visit on a sunny day and you can enjoy the view of the soaring green hills beyond Seoul’s skyscrapers.

A short walk to the east of Gwanghwamun is Changdeokgung, the second-largest palace in Seoul. This palace is liked for its “secret garden” of temples and pavilions. Changdeokgung is especially popular in spring, for cherry blossom, and autumn, when the colour of the leaves is dazzling. Visit early in the day and it will be so peaceful you can imagine what it was like centuries ago.

Bukchon Hanok Village
For a taste of Korean traditional culture and architecture, head over to the Bukchon Hanok Village. This preserved area of several ancient neighborhoods gives you a feel for what it was like to live in Korea 600 years ago. It's right in central Seoul, in the area between the Gyeongbokgung Palace and the Changdeokgung Palace. The neighborhoods feature hanoks or traditional Korean houses. It's a unique place, as it's a historic area, very popular with tourists, but it's also a real neighborhood because the houses are all occupied. Some of the hanoks are now guesthouses and bed-and-breakfasts, and a few are museums and can be toured.

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