Seoul is a global city and a major center for business, finance, culture, and technology. Some of its most popular attractions include the Gyeongbokgung Palace, Namsan Tower, and the Han River. Busan is known for its beautiful beaches, seafood, and hot springs. Some of its most popular attractions include Haeundae Beach, the Busan Tower, and the Gamcheon Culture Village. While both cities have their unique features and attractions, they offer visitors a taste of modern Korean culture and history.


Day 01: Singapore – Incheon

Assemble at Singapore Changi Airport for your flight to Incheon, Seoul.


Day 02: Incheon – Busan

Transfer to Busan by KTX (First Class) from Incheon. Upon arrival, embark on a breath-taking tour of Busan, starting with the Songdo Cable Car for panoramic views of the city and sea. Next, explore the lively Jagalchi Market, sampling fresh seafood, learning about the local fishing industry and immersing in the vibrant atmosphere. Lastly, head to the bustling BIFF Square in the Nampo-Dong area for shopping at a variety of shops and street vendors, visiting the renowned BIFF Theatre, and experiencing year-round film screenings at the Busan Cinema Centre.

  Westin Josun Busan or similar class


Day 03: Busan

Start your day with a visit to the colourful Gamcheon Cultural Village. Marvel at the unique architecture and history of this once-slum area turned into a world-renowned cultural centre. Immerse yourself in Korean culture through a Korean Cooking Class, where you'll learn to prepare authentic dishes, and enjoy your creations at the end of the class. Take in breathtaking panoramic views of the coastline from Yonggungsa Temple, a unique Korean temple built on a rocky cliff. Next, enjoy a luxurious ride on the Haeundae Coastal Train, taking in mesmerizing views of the sea, mountains, and cityscape. End your tour at The Bay 101, a must-visit destination for shopping, dining, entertainment, and cultural experiences.

Westin Josun Busan or similar class


Day 04: Busan

Begin your day with a visit to Yangdong Village, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Immerse yourself in Korean culture while admiring the traditional Korean architecture set against the natural scenery of surrounding mountains. Witness the historical significance of Bulguksa Temple, another UNESCO World Heritage Site, and explore the temple's natural surroundings. Hike the trails around Tumuli Park and appreciate its natural beauty and cultural heritage. Explore the history and significance of Cheomseongdae, an ancient observatory designed for precise observations of the stars. Finally, enjoy a variety of outdoor activities at Bomun Lake, including boating, fishing, and hiking trails.

Westin Josun Busan or similar class


Day 05: Busan – Seoul

Transfer to Seoul by KTX (First Class). Upon arrival in Seoul experience the best of traditional Korean craft making at the Korean Museum of Straw and Life, where you will create traditional straw crafts and learn the art of straw weaving passed down for generations. Explore the endless shopping options at Dongdaemun Market, one of Seoul's largest and most popular shopping districts. Indulge in a luxury shopping experience as you stroll through the bustling streets, immersing yourself in the vibrant atmosphere of this shopping mecca.

Lotte Hotel Seoul or similar class


Day 06: Seoul

Join us on an insightful DMZ Tour, exploring the history and political situation of the Korean Peninsula, witnessing various observation points and landmarks, including the Joint Security Area and the Bridge of No Return. After this experience, walk into a neighborhood of inspiration, the Heyri Art Village. This neighborhood expanded into an art complex when artists from diverse fields of expertise began to gather during the development process of Paju Book City. The village’s name originates from Paju’s local song “Heyri Sound,” sung by farmers while working at the fields.

Lotte Hotel Seoul or similar class


Day 07: Seoul

Discover Seoul's rich heritage with a tour of Changdeokgung Palace, one of the Five Grand Palaces of the Joseon dynasty. Marvel at the palace's stunning architecture and immerse yourself in its fascinating history with your knowledgeable guide. Wander through the Secret Garden, a tranquil oasis in the heart of the city, and admire the traditional Korean buildings and features. Explore The Blue House, the official residence of the South Korean President, and watch the presidential guard's ceremonial duties. End your day at Gwangjang Market, the country's first market popularised by the Korean show “Running Man”, and indulge in the vibrant atmosphere while savouring local street food.

Lotte Hotel Seoul or similar class


Day 08: Incheon – Singapore

Assemble at hotel lobby for you transfer to the airport. Head to Incheon Airport for your flight back home, after experiencing the ultimate shopping spree.

This itinerary and its package inclusions might be changed later in time, subject to availability.


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