Located in the southern tip of the Korean peninsula, Busan (Pusan) is the second largest city of South Korea. Beautiful mountains, white sand beaches, hot springs are some of the significant features to see in Busan; might not be there in other part of Korea. Taking an interior tour to Busan, gives you a glimpse of the downtown, shrines, museums and historical buildings. On the other hand, a trip to the exterior of Busan depicts a picture of vibrant port town with lots of casual tent bars, cafes, fish markets, giving an entirely different flavor of the city. For nature lovers, places like Dongbaek Island and Nakdong river estuary are worth to visit. Activities like boating, jet skiing and banana boats are there to enjoy in Busan if you are travelling with your family. The city is complete in every sense of the word as Busan attractions appeal to people of all ages. The destination is one of the most picturesque ones in the area and sees a lot of tourists all year round.
Accoriding to Triphobo travel guide, Busan is one of the coolest destinations where you can enjoy a lazy laid back holidays. To explore all the itinerary of Busan, opt for package tours that are sure to give you the experience of a lifetime. There are many activities that you can enjoy in the place as well like, tug-of –war and swimming. Gwangalli Beach in the area is a nightlife paradise for those who like to party hard. The city offers some of the best nightlife in the area and so is perfect if you want to have a quiet drink by the beach or have a full-fledged party. The city is also famous for its charming and flavorsome food that is loved by most travellers a so trying the local cuisine here is a must try. Each one of you should visit Busan at least once and experience all that it has to offer considering the best time to visit Busan and places to visit in Busan.
Essential travel information and Busan tips for your visit
- Time Zone- KST (Korea Standard Time) UTC/GMT +9 hours
- Currency- South Korean won (KRW)
- Electricity and Internet- 220-240 Volts, internet is available in most parts
- Languages- Korean
- Security- Fire, Emergency and Ambulance 119, Police 112, Medical Emergency 1339, National Intelligence Service111, Tourism and Translation Service 1330, Coast Guard 122 and International Emergency Rescue 02 790 7561.
- Off-beaten Path-NA
- Tipping- Tipping is appreciated but not mandatory
- Tourist Traps- NA
- Customs- Dress smarty and modestly and beach wear is not acceptable anywhere except the beach.
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