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.
- 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.
- Check out the onsite restaurant and shop.
- KRW 9000 for seniors
- KRW 7000 for students
- KRW 6000 for kids
- KRW 2000 discount for disabled and/or groups in all categories.
- Last entry 90 minutes before closing time.
- Actual closing time depends on sunset.
- 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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46.38% of people who visit Jeju-si include Hallim Park in their plan
09 AM - 10 AM
44.25% of people start their Hallim Park visit around 09 AM - 10 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Hallim Park
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Hallim Park
Visited it as part of Yeha Tours. Good place to walk around on good weather. Unfortunately all the flowers have withered due to the autumn season. The walk through the caves is interesting.
If you like botanical gardens the like, you'll enjoy the tour. The caves offer a welcome break from the summer heat. All of the placards include English translations, so you won't miss out on the context. The bonsai garden includes several 300 year old trees, which I thought was pretty cool. There are also a couple of gift shops where you can find some kitsch to commemorate your visit.
This place is really beautiful 🇰🇷👍 and suitable for sightseeing, especially for those who loved botanical gardens 😍 you can sown the who day here 💪 admiring nature and enjoying fresh air
A charming park, in a volcanic setting (a lava cave integrating also calcite stalactites, prismatic rocks on the sea shore, etc ), somptuous vegetation, statues, etc.., an soothing music on the speakers. An earthy branch of the garden of Eden
Worth the effort. The caves, while prim and proper, are gorgeous.