Hallim Park, Jeju-si

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  • Address: 300, Hallim-ro, Hallim-eub, Jeju-si, Jeju-do, South Korea
  • Timings: 08:30 am - 06:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +82-647960001
  • Ticket Price: 10000 KRW
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Park, View Point, Leisure, Family And Kids
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About Hallim Park, Jeju-si

33km west of Jeju city, and close to Hallimeup Beach, the park is one of the most popular tourist attractions on the island. It used to be barren land; they covered it with earth and over several decades, planted subtropical flora. Today, it's about 100,000 square metres in size. The park contains 9 thematic gardens and attractions.

These include:

  • Palm Tree Avenue
  • Wild Grass and Flower Garden
  • Hyeopjae and Ssangyong Cave - lava tubes
  • Jeju Stone and Bonsai Garden
  • Jae-Am Folk Village
  • Bird Garden
  • Jae-Am Stone Exhibit Hall
  • Water Garden
  • Sub-tropical Botanical garden

All things considered, it's a very pretty park. The attractions are all small, but pack a punch. You feel as if you're getting a lot of bang for your buck. There's a flower festival in the summer.

Hallim Park Information

  • Check out the onsite restaurant and shop.

Hallim Park Ticket Prices

  • KRW 9000 for seniors
  • KRW 7000 for students
  • KRW 6000 for kids
  • KRW 2000 discount for disabled and/or groups in all categories.

Hallim Park Opening and Closing Hours

  • Last entry 90 minutes before closing time.
  • Actual closing time depends on sunset.

How To reach Hallim Park by Public Transport

  • Drive to here.
  • Ilku-Doro Seohwae-Seon bus from Jeju-si Bus Terminal to Halim Park (1 hour).
  • Take a taxi.

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Hallim Park, Jeju-si Reviews

  • Big park with about seven (more or less) sections with different themes including tropical plants, tulips and blossoms, Korean village, birds section where you could feed small birds. It was a nice place and we enjoyed walking around and taking photos. Except the part were they had put big reptiles in small cages which was very sad to watch. It was also close to a very nice beach which you can visit at the same time.

  • Large gardens with all sorts of themed areas. Although a bit old, but lots of flowers with nicely setup varieties eg. waterfall, birds, peacocks, etc.

  • Lots of different plants to see, something for every season. Good food options available inside the park and the beach is within walking distance.

  • Hallim park is part botanical garden, mini zoo, and culture center. The majority of Hallim is fairly average, but the jewel of the park is its rich bonsai collection. There's an extensive range of bonsai trees at display, some of them are over 300 years old. To those unfamiliar with bonsai trees, they may just be miniature trees; but to those who know the value of these works of art, these bonsai trees are literally priceless. In fact, it's almost unbelievable how openly accessible these trees are to the guests, considering their value and need for extreme care. If you're planning on visiting, briefly study the artistry before your trip to enhance the enjoyment. This is a one-of-a-kind collection.

  • So much fun! Plenty to see and well maintained!

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