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The population of this area of South Korea is nearly 3,700,000.
It is located about 200 miles southeast of Seoul, the national capital. It's also 11 miles southeast of Kimhae-si.
At Busan Aquarium, you can investigate the mysteries of the sea without ever getting wet.
Ready to place a bet? Make your way over to the Paradise Casino or the Seven Luck Casino.
Pack a picnic hamper and take some time out in the tranquil surroundings of Yongdusan Park and Taejongdae Park. Oedo Paradise Island and Geumjeongsan are two more excellent places to while away the afternoon with a good book.
If you want to give yourself a break from sightseeing, take a day trip out to Haeundae Beach or Gwangalli Beach. Stroll along the coastline, watch the seabirds fly overhead or just lounge back on the shoreline. You could also test the water temperature out at Dadaepo Beach and Songdo Beach.
Want to get away from the stress of the city? Head out on an adventure to Geumgang Park and Igidae Park. Nature enthusiasts will also have an excellent time at Oryukdo Island and Dalmaji Hill.
Broaden your perspectives by visiting one of the area's fascinating cultural institutions. Savor the contemplative atmosphere as you admire the displays at the Busan Museum of Art and Bokcheon-dong Burial Mounds and Museum. Another two to consider are the Kim's Art Field and the Busan Museum.
Read stories of brave captains and sailors at the National Maritime Museum, the main nautical museum in the region.
The exhibition halls at the Bokcheon Museum and the Busan Marine Natural History Museum are overflowing with marvelous objects and specimens.
From painting to sculpture, the Trickeye Museum Busan and the Hankwang Museum exhibit an intriguing collection of artworks throughout the year.
The Donga University Museum and the Busan Modern History Museum are both excellent places if you want to find out about the history of the world.
To discover more about the area's rich and colorful past, plan to visit its many historic structures and monuments. Begin your local history tour at UN Memorial Cemetery or Geumjeong Fortress. More tales from the days of yore await at Dongpirang Village and the Cheokpanam Hermitage.
Take a little time out to watch the water flowing underneath Yeongdodaegyo Bridge. This heritage structure has played a vital role in connecting the city's residents.
Peer back through time and contemplate the military past of the Busan area. Anyone with even a passing interest in history should impressed by the defense structures at Geumjung Mt. fortress.
Whether you're spiritual or not, you'll be sure to have a nice time at the Beomeo-sa Temple and the Haedong Yong-gungsa. If you want to look at some more religious sites, keep your eyes peeled for tours at the Seokbulsa Temple and Chungnyeolsa.
If you are searching for the perfect travel photo, you won't want to miss Busan Tower, a popular landmark.
If you're arriving by sea, it's likely you'll be greeted by the sight of either Oryukdo Lighthouse or Gadeokdo Lighthouse.
Take the time to ponder notable moments in Busan's past at its various memorial sites, such as Gwangan Grand Bridge or Chungryeolsa. If you'd like to continue your trip down memory lane, you could also have a look at 40-Step Culture and Tourism Theme Street and Dadaepo Sunset Fountain of Dream.
With the Pusan National University, the Busan University of Foreign Studies and the Catholic University of Busan all in the same area, it's no surprise that this place is such a popular destination for young people. A stroll through any of these campuses is a rewarding experience for anyone who has an interest in educational institutions.
Take advantage of this area's reputation as a great place to shop. Add to your wardrobe, stock up on food or just enjoy the atmosphere at Lotte Department Store and Shinsegae Centum City. You're also bound to be impressed with the huge selection at Jagalchi Fish Market and Gukje Market.
For a fun night of live entertainment, grab some friends and head to KBS Hall, Busan Cinema Center or Actors Sogeukjang. Each of these venues run a unique blend of shows throughout the year.
Before you pack up your bags and head off home, be sure to check out a few of Busan's other attractions. The Dong Nae Country Club and the Hallyeo Waterway Observation Cable Car are a couple of good options. If you can fit it in, also visit Seomyeon Street or the Nakdong Estuary Eco-Center.
If you are wondering where to stay in Busan, go to our Busan lodging options. There are no less than 186 different places to choose from in this highly popular destination.
The Park Hyatt Busan, situated at 51, Marine city 1-ro, Haeundae-gu, and the Lotte Hotel Busan, at 772, Gaya-daero, Busanjin-gu, are both good examples of higer ranking Busan lodgings. Alternatively, The Popcorn Hostel Busan Station, at 243-15, Jungang-daero, Dong-gu, and the Gwangan Kum Motel, at 21, Gwanganhaebyeon-ro 255beon-gil, are two properties that might be preferable if you're after a bargain.
This Busan hotel is located on the boardwalk, nestled on the beach a short distance from Radium Art Center, Haeundae Beach, and Busan Aquarium. Also nearby are Dongbaekseom Park and Nurimaru APEC House.
This luxury hotel is located in Busan (Gijang), close to the beach, Haedong Yong-gungsa, Haedong Yonggung Temple, and Songjeong Beach. Local attractions also include Cheongsapo Daritdol Observatory.
This luxury hotel is located in Busan (Busanjin), where area attractions include Gwangalli Beach, Gukje Market, and Nampodong Street. Regional attractions also include Igidae Park and Taejongdae Park.
This hotel is located in Busan (Haeundae), close to the beach, Busan Aquarium, Haeundae Beach, and Dongbaekseom Park. Also nearby are Radium Art Center and Nurimaru APEC House.
This luxury hotel is located in Busan (Haeundae), close to Busan Yachting Center, Dongbaekseom Park, and Nurimaru APEC House. Also nearby are Millak Waterfront Park and Busan Museum of Art.
Situated in Busan, this hotel is close to Gwangalli Beach, KBS Hall, and Gwangan Grand Bridge. Also nearby are Millak Waterfront Park and Suyeong Sajeok Park.
This Busan hotel is by the ocean, on the beach within minutes of Radium Art Center, Haeundae Beach, and Dongbaekseom Park. Also nearby are Busan Aquarium and Nurimaru APEC House.
This Busan hotel is located by the ocean, nestled on the beach a short distance from Dongbaekseom Park, Haeundae Beach, and Nurimaru APEC House. Also nearby are Busan Aquarium and Radium Art Center.