- Tour Code : PD51
- From USD 57.14 ~ (Pricing per person)
- Different Pricing based on No. of Pax
- Tour Duration : 5~8 hours (Early Morning to Boarding time)
- Language : English
- Maximum participant allowed : 7 pax
- Please email us if your group is more than 7 pax
- Please email us if you like to pay only deposit first
Cruise Ship Shore Excursion – Highlights of Busan
** Itinerary is adjustable according to your meeting time, preference and request.
** Tour is not available on Mar. 19th, 2020. We are already fully booked.
|Pick up at Busan Port (Early Morning)|
|Haedong Yonggungsa Temple|
|Pass by Haeundae Beach|
|Pass by Gwangan Bridge|
|12:00||Lunch (If you need)|
|Jagalchi Fish Market|
|Busan Tower (Yongdusan Park)|
|Gamcheon cultural Village|
|Drop off at Busan Port (Until your Boarding time)|
Private Vehicle (All related cost), English Speaking Licensed Tour Guide Service
Meal : Krw 6,000 ~ Up to your choice / Guide will assist you to pay by credit card
Busan Tower Observatory (if you like to go up) Krw 8,000 / / Guide will assist you to pay by credit card
Pricing Per Person
1 person USD 360
2 persons USD 180 p/p
3 persons USD 120 p/p
4 persons USD 90 p/p
5 persons USD 80 p/p
6 persons USD 66.66 p/p
7 persons USD 57.14 p/p
Please email us if your group is more than 7 pax
Schedule can be tuned according to your interests and your time duration on the tour day.
Vibrant Busan City
Busan, a bustling city of approximately 3.6 million residents, is located on the southeastern tip of the Korean peninsula and second largest city in Korea. Its deep harbor and gentle tides have allowed it to grow into the largest container handling port in the country and the fifth largest in the world.
Haedong Yonggungsa Temple is situated on the coast of the north-eastern portion of Busan. This superb attraction offers visitors the rare find of a temple along the shore line; most temples in Korea are located in the mountains. Haedong Yonggungsa Temple was first built in 1376 by the great Buddhist teacher known as Naong during the Goryeo Dynasty. Haesu Gwaneum Daebul (Seawater Great Goddess Buddha), Daeungjeon Main Sanctuary, Yongwangdang Shrine, Gulbeop Buddhist Sanctum (enclosed in a cave), and a three-story pagoda with four lions can all be seen looking out over the ocean.
Gwangandaegyo Bridge (Busan 66, also called Gwangan-daero) stretches over 7.4km from Namcheon-dong (Suyeong-gu, Busan) to Centum City (U-dong, Haeundae-gu). It is the largest bridge over the ocean in Korea. It is breathtaking to overlook nearby attractions from the bridge: the endlessly unfolding ocean, Oryukdo Island, Hwangnyeongsan Mountain, Gwangalli Beach, Dongbaekseom Island, and Dalmaji Hill.
Gamcheon Culture Villiage is formed by houses built in staircase-fashion on the foothills of a coastal mountain, earning this village the nickname of “Machu Picchu of Busan.” The many alleys cutting through this community are vibrantly decorated with murals and sculptures created by the residents.
Jagalchi Market, located on the shoreside road in Busan’s Jung-gu, is Korea’s largest seafood market, selling both live and dried fish. After the Korean War the market solidified itself as a fish market. Most of the people who sell fish are women, so the vendors here are called Jagalchi Ajumma, “ajumma” meaning middle-aged or married woman in Korean.
Yongdusan in downtown Busan, is one of the 3 well-known mountains in Busan. Its old name is Songhyunsan, which means a mountain has a view of the sea through the dense fine tree forest. Later the name has changed into Yongdusan. It came from its shape, which is similar to dragon head and people thought it has a spirit to defeat enemies coming over the sea.