6D Korea Busan
A myriad of experiences awaits you on our new itinerary to Busan, Korea – from the traditional temple and villages to the bustling city of Busan, together with delicious Korean cuisines, you’re in for a treat !
Day 1 – Penang – Transit City – Busan
Day 2 – Busan – Daegu
Persimmon Wine Factory – Located in Gyeongsangbuk-do, the Red Wine Tunnel is a wine warehouse for red wine made from seedless persimmons made with chitin. After the persimmons are ripe, the juice is full, the taste is sweet, rich in vitamins and amino acids, and the astringency of citric acid is rich, which is very suitable for making red wine.
Overnight at Daegu
Day 3 – Daegu – Gyeongju
Bulguksa Temple and Grottoes are located at the mountainside of Tu Han Mountain and are the core of the splendid Silla Buddhist culture.
Overnight at Gyeongju
Day 4 – Gyeongju – Busan
Oryukdo – is located at one end of the southern part of Busan. Every day, as the tide rises and falls, five or six small islands will be exposed, which is the protected natural area of Busan. The island is a rock island and is made up of two parts. The five islands that extend from the land are uninhabited islands except the Lighthouse Island.
Overnight at Busan
Day 5 – Busan
BIFF Square – Located in the Nampodong area, BIFF Square was once the venue for the Busan International Film Festival. Here, you can find the commemorative handprints and signatures of many filmmakers. Although the film festival has now moved to Haeundae, BIFF Square is still a popular place for young people to gather Korean authentic food and fashion trends.
Gamcheon Village – Cultural Village is a beautiful village formed by a series of steps in the foot of the mountain. It is known as Machu Picchu in Busan. In the Ganchuan Cultural Village, visitors can see small houses of various themes and styles in the lanes. These are the ideas of the villagers. The tourists can also follow the villagers for interesting experiences.
Overnight at Busan
Day 6 – Busan – Transit City – Penang