Korea All In (Sea.Land.Air) Jeollanam-do Full Experience

Special Korea Tour Package Promotion Tour

Places this package covers:


1. ICE Sculpture Museum [ICE Ice Sculpture Art Museum] is Jeju’s first permanent indoor ice sculpture exhibition hall in all seasons. It opened in July 2012. Themed “Fantasy of Snow and Ice”, the museum exhibits around 100 sculptures created by 20 Korean and foreign artists. These include a life-size replica of Michelangelo’s “David”, a Hanbok-clad snowman, and an icy version of Van Gogh’s “Starry Night”. The museum is kept at a chilly -5°C to ensure that the sculptures are preserved in pristine condition. Visitors can explore the exhibitions at their own pace, or take part in interactive activities such as making their own ice sculptures. With its beautiful and intricate ice creations, [ICE Ice Sculpture Art Museum] is a must-visit for anyone visiting Jeju Island. 2. Jeju Osulloc Tea Museum Osulloc is a Korean green tea company that is committed to quality and artistry. And nowhere is this more evident than at their snow green tea garden in Jeju Island. The teacup-shaped building is both novel and creative, with simple and elegant beauty. Inside, visitors can explore the different types of tea on offer, as well as learn about the history and culture of green tea. The garden also features a Tea House where visitors can enjoy traditional Korean tea ceremonies.

3. Purple Island On an island off the southwestern coast of South Korea, native bellflowers called campanula paint the scenery in a soothing lilac shade. So, Banwol Island decided to take a cue from the natural scenery and literally paint the town purple. Now known as "the purple island," the remote destination has about 400 buildings with roofs coated in pastel purple paint, as well as old-school telephone boxes and a large bridge linking it to neighboring Bakji Island in the same hue. Banwol-do, or “half-moon island”, is located in Sinan County – a county in the province of South Jeolla in South Korea. Everything on the island is washed in purple hues – from its bridge, roads, houses, and fields.

4. Taepyeong Salt Field Taepyung Salt Farm, located in Jeungdo-myeon, Jeollanam-do, is the largest sun-dried salt producer in Korea. Recently, a wooden trail has been installed around the farm. The farm takes pride in producing high quality natural salt full of minerals from pristine seawater. Large salt farm with hands-on visitor activities & boardwalks overlooking the salt production areas.

5. Damyang Bamboo Forest Juknokwon in Damyang is a bamboo forest cultivated by the town of Damyang. This bamboo forest, at approximately 160,000 m² in size, was formed in May 2003. The charm of Juknokwon can be felt from the moment you step foot into the lush forest. The cooling breeze that blows through the bamboo provides rest, relaxation, and mind-soothing meditation. The calm wind and deep shade keep the forest at 4 to 7 degrees Celsius cooler than the outside air and the forest has a high level of oxygen production. Take deep breaths while standing still within the forest and you will easily be able to feel this cool and refreshing environment.

6. Camellia Hill Asia's only Camellia-themed garden, Camellia Hill, is hidden in Jeju Island's paradise. The garden was created by Dr. Kim Seong-soo, who dedicated over 40 years of his life to camellias. Dr. Kim collected over 200 varieties of camellias from all over Korea and jeju island and planted them in the garden. Visitors can enjoy the beauty of camellias in full bloom from late February to early April. The garden is also home to a camellia museum, which houses Dr. Kim's collection of camellia books and artifacts. 7. Jeonju Hanok Village Located in the heart of Jeonju, Hanok Village is home to hundreds of traditional Korean houses, known as hanoks. These quaint buildings are characterized by their tiled roofs, wooden beams, and paper windows. Hanok Village is also home to a variety of shops and restaurants, many of which sell traditional Korean products. Among the most popular items are hanji paper and makgeolli, a type of Korean rice wine. Visitors to Jeonju Hanok Village can enjoy a taste of traditional Korean culture while admiring the elegant architecture of the hanoks. 8. Daedunsan is a mountain of Chungcheongnam-do, western South Korea. It has an elevation of 878 metres. Daedunsan has a thousand stone rods extending for 6 km. Daedun Mountain belongs to the "Old Mountain Range". The vegetation is generally 600m in height, with pine trees, oak trees, Korean plum-yew trees and so on. Daedunsan Mountain is defined by the grandiose rock peaks of Macheondae Summit, Chilseongbong, Janggunbong, and Ambong Peaks, as well as surrounding strange rocks and lush trees that fill the area including Samseonbawi Rock, Yongmungol Valley and Geumgangmun Gate. The area spanning from Macheondae Peak to Nakjodae Peak along the northern ridge offers a magnificent view, especially of the sunrise and sunset from Nakjodae. Since its designation as a provincial park in 1977, Daedunsan Provincial Park has served as a scenic site equipped with recreational facilities including a cable car and Geumgang Suspension Bridge. A 5-minute cable car ride followed by a walk up the steep stairs leads to the suspension bridge, stretching 50 meters from Imgeumbawi Rock to Ipseokdae Pedestal. The park is also home to historic temples including Taegosa Temple of Jinsan, Ansimsa Temple of Unju, and Sinsounsa Temple of Byeolgok. 9. Ginseng Spa Ginseng is a plant that has been used for medicinal purposes for centuries. The roots of the plant are believed to contain compounds that can help to improve health and vitality. Red ginseng is a type of ginseng that has been steamed or dried, and it is considered to be more potent than other types of ginseng. South Korea is one of the leading producers of red ginseng, and the country's most popular brand is Samilpo. Samilpo red ginseng Spa is located in the city of Sejong, and it is a popular destination for those seeking to improve their health. The spa offers a variety of treatments that use red ginseng, including massages, scrubs, and baths. 10. Everland Everland is the largest theme park in South Korea and is located just outside of Seoul. The park is divided into different themed areas, each with its own unique attractions. The "Love of Red Beanstalk" scene is a must-see for any Korean drama fan. The spring flowers celebration is another popular event, where visitors can enjoy beautiful blooms and take part in traditional games and activities. The animal wild world offers up-close encounters with tigers, lions, and other exotic animals. And finally, the fantasy laser show is an unforgettable experience for all ages. 11. Rail Bike By The Lake Korea is a country full of beautiful scenery, and one of the best ways to experience it is by rail bike. Rail biking is a unique form of transportation that allows you to pedal your way through some of Korea's most stunning landscapes. The best part is that you can enjoy the scenery at your own pace, stopping whenever you want to take in the view. 12. BI-BAP Show The most perfect Korean audio-visual feast - BI-BAP show, the most innovative, most popular, the most popular push national performance show. It is a rare combination of sight and sound that can be enjoyed and perfectly integrated with each other. The perfect interaction between these two elements results in an unforgettable experience that not only touches your heart but also makes your soul soar. 13. Ginseng Farm Ginseng Farm is a great place to visit if you want to learn more about this popular herb. At the farm, you can take a tour of the ginseng fields and see how the plants are grown. You can also try your hand at making kimchi and ginseng chicken. And if you're feeling festive, you can even dress up in traditional Korean hanbok and take photos. 14. Traditional Korean Cuisine Restaurants There are many different types of Korean cuisine that visitors can explore. Ginseng chicken is a popular dish that is made with chicken that is cooked in a ginseng and garlic broth. Korean BBQ is another popular dish that is made with grilled meats, vegetables, and rice. Bibimbap is a popular rice dish that is made with vegetables, meat, and an egg. Mushroom casserole is a vegetarian dish that is made with mushrooms, vegetables, and rice. Traditional Korean dinner is a meal that usually consists of several different dishes such as soup, stew, and vegetable side dishes. 15. Fashion Shopping Malls Korea is a shopper's paradise, and there are a variety of places where visitors can find fashionable clothes, cosmetics, and other items. In Seoul, the Shinchon Lady Street is a popular destination for young women who want to find the latest fashion trends. For those who are looking for bargains, Dongdaemun is the place to go. There are several large department stores as well as street markets where visitors can find good deals on clothing and other items.Yeoju Premium Outlet is another great option for shopping in Korea. This outlet mall features a variety of high-end brands at discounted prices. Face Shop is a popular cosmetics chain in Korea that offers a wide range of products at affordable prices. For visitors who are looking for local products, Amethyst Showroom is a great place to find traditional Korean handicrafts and souvenirs.



All-inclusive Korea Tour Package (Sea·Land·Air) 8D6N

Korea Tour Package Promotion - Full Experience 

Tour code : JA-KAW8TR

DAY 01: SINGAPORE Q JEJU ISLAND                                                                             (B/ON BOARD)

Assemble at Changi International Airport today for a comfortable flight to South Korea-Jeju Island.





Upon arrival, you will be welcomed by our local tour guide and transferred Jeju Trick Eye Museum opened in January 2013 as the third in the franchise, after Hongdae and Busan. Next, Jeju Ice Museum in Jeju is an indoor museum and theme park combines the concepts of ice sculpture and 5D screen. As each section is considerably different, whenever move steps, visitors easily feel they come to diverse museums.. Osulloc Green Tea Museum with the aim of introducing and spreading Korean teas and the traditional tea culture of Korea. The museum is a cultural space where the West and the East, and modernity and tradition coexist in harmony. The museum has a tea gallery, eco-friendly resting area, and cafe where visitors can enjoy a variety of tasty tea-based desserts(own expense).





After breakfast, visit Camellia Hill is a camellia arboretum that was created on a plot of land in Sangchang-ri, Andeok-myeon, Jeju-do that spans 172,000 square meters. The arboretum is home to 6,000 camellia trees of 500 different species including species that are known to produce the worlds largest and earliest blossoms. In addition to camellia trees, the arboretum also boasts palm trees, wildflowers, and other plants as well as a sprawling grass plaza and an ecological pond. Next, tour Seongsan Ilchulbong, a volcanic crater perched out on the eastern tip of Jeju Island. Next, explore the Seongeup living Folk Village, designated as a folklore preservation zone. Here you can meet the friendly native people of Jeju who still live behind stone courtyard walls in thatched-roof lava-wall homes. You can learn more things about Korean traditional culture. Joanne Bear Museum exhibits everything about cute Bears, which have been loved worldwide for 100 years. (Exclusive free little bear) After enjoying the beautiful view, take a CRUISE to Mokpo, get a sea view along the way..   





After breakfast, proceed to Mokpo Marine Cable Car offers visitors an amazing view of the old downtown area of Mokpo, and the surrounding natural scenery, including Yudalsan Mountain and the southern sea. Crossing a length of 3.23 kilometers at a x_height of 155 meters, it is the longest and highest cable car in Korea, and was established to become the main attraction to represent Mokpo's cultural tourism.Purple BridgeThe first gateway to Banyue Island and Park Island is through the Purple Bridge. The Purple Bridge is a sea foot bridge with a total length of 1462 m (Duri-Bakji 547 m, Bakji-Banwol 915 m) connecting Duli Village in Anji-myeon and Banwol Island in Baji Island. It is also called the "Bridge of Hope" because her wish to walk to BAKJI Island in Mokpo came true. Taepyeong Salt Field DIYis the only salt field in Jeongdo Island, Jeollanam-do, and is also the largest producer of solar salt in Korea. Here you can see the production process of the sun salt, and you can also experience the production by yourself.



After breakfast, proceed toJuknokwon in Damyang is a bamboo forest cultivated by the town of Damyang. This bamboo forest, at approximately 160,000 in size, was formed in May 2003. The rock steps and winds blown between the bamboo trees provide relief from daily stressNext, go to Daedunsan National Park, you can get the most magnificent view of the mountain. The King Kong bridge also give you a unique experience.


***Winter itinerary (1DEC~28FEB) ADD"Winter Ski Resort" (Snow gear at own expense)***


Next, proceed to Ski Resort, in winter normally after December (depending on weather), we will take you to local ski resort, you can rent the ski equipments at your own expense. Dont miss this opportunity to try out skiing. A wondrous & exhilarating snow experience awaits you. Your guide will guide you through with a basic ski instruction or make a snowman and take pictures instead.




Lake Rail Cycle, South Koreas first rail bike around the lake. At the same time, you can enjoy the beautiful scenery of the lake all the way, feel the tranquility and broadness of nature and bring the relaxation of body and mind. Each section is equipped with flower tunnels, picnic area, bird ecological area, acceleration areas, watchtowers, and so on, providing visitors with rich opportunities to experience and increase the fun of tourism.. Ginseng Farm - watch a demonstration of how ginseng is being harvest. Here, you will learn the process of Ginseng Chicken cooking. Next, you will have the opportunity to dress yourself in traditional Costume-The Hanbok and take some memorable photo in the Ginseng Farm. Everland Them Park entertains visitors all year long with various rides, festivals, theme areas, and Zootopia, perfect for a great amusement park. It houses diverse attractions which are available to enjoy with no age limits, different themed festivals including Tulip Festival, Rose Festival, Summer Splash, Halloween Festival, Romantic Illumination, and other festivals all year long. One of the parks most famous rides is T-Express, Koreas first wooden roller coaster, popular among young visitors. Zootopia is a must-see as it spans over an area of 15,000and exhibits 2,000 animals of 201 species. Lost Valley opened in 2013 and features the largest ecological safari world and offers a tour by amphibious car to see 150 animals of 20 species. A pair of giant pandas given from Chinese president Xi Jinping as a symbol of friendship between Korea and China can also be seen at Panda World. 



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Blue House - Drive passes the Presidential Blue House and stop at a designated area for photography. Korea Ginseng Authorized Center. Korean cosmetics shops celebrity endorsement by many Korean popular movie stars, you can find more famous cosmetics brands here with a good discount price. Lotte Duty free shops is the largest-scale and with newest brands, is the representative in Korean duty free shops. The head quarter located at the center of Seoul, next to Dongdaemun market, you can find whatever you are looking for at one time. Enjoy the most convenient and comfortable shopping area in Korea. Dongdaemun wholesale market offering fashions apparel, mens wear, costume jewelers and many others fashion apparel. Namsan Seoul Tower was the first tower-type tourism spot in Korea. The top of the tower is at almost 480m above sea level, including Namsan Mountain (243m) and the towers own height (236.7m), making it one of the tallest towers in the Orient. The tower was first established as a broadcast tower to send out TV and radio signals in 1969. As of now, it has become one of the representative landmarks and multi-cultural venues in Seoul. In the evening, enjoy the hottest and most popular performance "PAINTERS" Show, It is a Korean music and dance, drawing like a sculpture on a black drawing board, strong rhythm and fast scribbling techniques, and full of light on the stage and auditorium, which can only be seen in the "Graffiti Show" of highlights.



After breakfast, before going to the airport, stop-by at a local products store for last minutes shopping for souvenirs & gifts for friends and relatives and also Korea local tit-bits. Then transfer to airport back to Singapore.   



REMARK:  Tipping:  $ 11 SGD x 7Days = $77SGD /Pax (Pay to Singapore)


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November to May 2023
Preferred Tour Date:  8 Days Tour
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