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Exploring Busan

South Korea is home to a fascinating array of tourist destinations, but none more popular than the coastal gem, Busan. This massive city is home to almost four million people, and is South Korea’s second largest destination in population and size. The city is famous for several features, including Korea’s best beaches, the world’s largest department store, and Korea’s largest port.

The city rests in the southeastern corner of the Korean peninsula, and currently hosts several universities, which means a large and dynamic student population. Tourists will be able to find major international hotel chains, budget accommodation, hot spring resorts and several other lodging options within Busan. The city is often regarded as the most entertaining destination in South Korea, and after spending a few days here, tourists will certainly see why.


Accommodations in Busan

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Busan is the Popcorn Hostel Haeundae, which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Sum Guesthouse Nampo Garosugil - Hostel in Busan as it has been reserved 5 times.

There are a number of luxury accommodations in Busan. Check out Haeundae Grand Hotel and Lotte Hotel Busan.


Sightseeing in Busan

- Haeundae Beach


The main beach in Busan, and arguably the most visited beach in South Korea, is Haeundae Beach. This long, golden-sand beach is the pinnacle of the city’s landmarks, catering for many thousands of swimmers during the summer, particularly between July and August. International hotel chains, such as Park Hyatt Busan and Novotel Ambassador Busan, are great options when staying at Haeundae Beach. The winter months are generally less crowded, except when the beach plays host to several festivals and events, including the Busan Polar Bear Swim and Film Festival.


- Busan Aquarium


Located adjacent to Haeundae Beach is South Korea’s largest aquarium. Referred to as Busan Aquarium, this site is home to a staggering 35,000 marine animals, including more than 250 different species. The aquarium contains a long, 80-meter tunnel, viewing tank, and ‘hands on’ touch tanks. Otters, piranhas, jellyfish and more greet thousands of tourists each year. Busan Aquarium is the perfect spot for a family outing.


Transportation in Busan

Busan, being the second largest city in South Korea, is linked to a large air facility, Gimhae International Airport, and is home to an efficient public transport system, which includes light rail, subway, and bus networks. Tourists are advised to purchase a Hanaro Card, which allows travel upon all public transport options. Destinations are displayed in both Korean and English, so tourists will not have an issue when travelling by public transport.


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