Reclining Buddha

Optional Tour

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Seoul City Full Day Tour
You will firstly visit Jogyesa temple and it will show you the essence of Korean Buddhism. Then, you will visit Cheongwadae Sarangchae which is a history center of Korean Presidents, newly opened to the public and you will have a photo stop at Blue House. You will see Changing of the Royal Guards before visiting the main palace of Joseon Dynasty - Gyeongbok Palace. This Royal residence of Gyeongbok Palace is a favorite attraction for tourists with its charming array of ponds and pavilion. After Lunch, You will also visit to Changdeok Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and you can see Korean traditional art and culture in Insadong. Then you continue via Amethyst or Ginseng Center before you will be dropped off at Namdaemun market, containing shopping mall complexes that sell a variety of goods. After you finish this tour, you will be transferred back to your accommodation in Seoul city center.
 
 
Includes:
Transportation by minibus or coach, service of a guide, Lunch, entrance fees to Gyeongbok Palace and Changdeok Palace
 
Best Day Ever – The Soul of Seoul Tour (Morning Half Day Tour)
(Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun Dearture)
Experience Seoul's unique blend of old and new. Start the day in the heart of Seoul at Gwanghwamun Gate and walk along to the Seoul Museum of History for a unique interactive exhibition of local history at the Seoul City Panoramic Theatre. Continue to Gyeonghuigung Palace, one of the five royal palaces in Seoul. Next your Seoul walking tour heads to Daehamun for the royal changing of the guards ceremony. After a brief stop at Seoul City Hall, stroll over to Cheonggyecheon Plaza, with its picturesque stream, historic stone bridges, and uniquely decorated walls, then head out for a walk through Jongno, one of central Seoul's oldest areas. Continue with a walk to the Bosingak Bell Pavilion including the belfry to see a 3.18m tall bronze bell from the early Joseon period. At the end of the tour, you're free to continue exploring Seoul. We highly recommend taking the opportunity to feast on some tasty Korean cuisine. Your guide will let you know the best place to try local delicacies.
 
Includes: English speaking guide
 
Palace Morning Tour
This tour will take you around some of the major attractions in Seoul. First, pass by the Blue House where the Korean President resides. You will then visit the main palace of Joseon Dynasty - Gyeongbokgung Palace. This royal residence is a favourite attraction for tourists with its charming array of ponds and pavilions. We will also visit one of the best places to understand the ancient culture of rural Korea; namely the National Folk Museum. Also visit Jogyesa temple which will show you the essence of Korean Buddhism. We will then continue via Ginseng Center before you will be dropped off at City Hall.
 
Includes:
Transportation by minibus or coach, services of a guide and entrance fees to the Gyeongbokgung Palace and National Folk Museum.
 
Afternoon City Tour
You will have the opportunity to visit the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site, Changdeok Palace. This palace is often praised for the harmony between its architecture and nature surrounding it. Then you will visit Insadong where you can have the opportunity to discover real Korean life. Afterwards you will stop at an Amethyst or Ginseng center, and then go to Namdaemun Market which is Korea’s largest shopping center. You will be dropped off at your hotel in city center after finish tour.
 
Includes:
Transportation by minibus or coach, services of a guide and entrance fee to the Changdeokgung Palace.
 
The 3rd Tunnel DMZ Tour
This tour commences with a visit to the Third Tunnel that was discovered between Panmunjeom and Imjingak in June 1978. Because it is located only 44 km from Seoul, the imminent threat to security was far more menacing than with previously discovered tunnels. It runs to a depth of approximately 73 meters underground and two meters high and wide. The accessible length of the tunnel is 1,635 meters long, though the tour does not proceed the entire length. Afterwards the tour will take you to the Dora Observatory, from where you can view the North Korean propaganda village in the DMZ and as far north as the city of Gaeseong, the second largest city of North Korea. After the tour you will stop at an Amethyst shop then dropped off City Hall.
 
Includes:
Transportation by mini bus or coach, services of a guide, entrance fee for the Dora Observatory and The Third Tunnel. Lunch (Dolsot Bibimbap or Bulgogi), depending the option selected.