Visiting 5 iconic cultural sites in Busan city
Bustling atmosphere of Jagalchi & Gukje Market
Quaint & unique vibes at Gamcheon Culture Village
Majestic Beomeosa Temple with wisteria woods & valleys
Beautiful structures like Busan Tower at Yongdusan Park
About this activity
What's included, what's not
Guided tour of Busan city
Traditional Korean lunch
Roundtrip transport to and from your Busan city hotel by coach
Live tour commentary provided in English
Know Before You Book
Children aged 2 and younger are complimentary.
At least 2 people are required for this activity to take place
What you can expect
Get acquainted with the cultural icons of Busan city on this 1-day tour. Visit Beomeosa Temple near Geumjeongsan Mountain and browse the many selections at both Jagalchi Fish Market and Gukje Market. Marvel at the many artistic collections of Gamcheon Culture Village and explore Yongdusan Park.
After a convenient hotel pick-up, head halfway up Geumjeongsan Mountain. See Beomeosa Temple, which is more than 1,300 years old and was rebuilt during the Joseon Dynasty. Take in the surrounding valleys and wisteria woods while kicking back and enjoying a delicious Korean lunch.
Next, venture into the Gamcheon Culture Village, also known as the Taegeukdo Village. Walk through the colourful and narrow alleyways in this quirky art village with colourful wooden fish decorating the walls as arrows for lost tourists.
Continue on to Jagalchi Fish Market, the largest fish market in East Asia. Feel the bustling atmosphere as merchants offer fish, squid and sometimes even whale meat on wooden boxes. Next, visit Yongdusan Park, boasting many iconic structures like the beautiful Flower Clock, the bell of New Year’s Eve and the breathtaking 393-foot (120 m) Busan Tower.
As your tour comes to a close, stop off at Gukje Market, which consists of several distinct areas, making it a huge wholesale market. Weave your way through alleyways crowded with stalls and bargain for a great souvenir like traditional Korean tableware, bedding sets and folk craftwork.