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Fresh seafood and stunning scenery awaits you at every corner as you browse Jeju Island accommodations on our site. Jeju or Jeju-do, as it is known, is the largest island in Korea, located in the Southwest Sea of the Korean peninsula. The island is known for its Halla Mountain volcano, having 360 Orums or smaller forest-clad cones projecting around it, offering visitors the best topographical views.

Jeju means different things to different people: some say it is like Hawaii, others believe it is the Las Vegas of Korea. Either way, the island has kitsch-a post world charm that is seen in its enormous, neoclassical styled Jeju Island hotels and casinos.

Things to see
Jeju Si, the main city on the northern part of the island offers a vibrant nightlife. You must definitely visit Miniature Land, housing a collection of monuments from around the World including New Zealand’s iconic Parliament house, Beehive, the White House and the Eiffel Tower. On the island’s southern side is Jungmun Beach which is known for its champagne coloured sands and a solitary pillar of rock known as the Oedolgae. Do not miss the Manjanggul Lava Cave which, at 1.34 kilometres long, is considered the largest in the world. The Jeongbang Waterfalls at the edge of the ocean are believed to cure illness and one of the scenic wonders of Jeju. If you decide to stay near Hallim Park, a treasure trove of polar and subtropical vegetation housing 1800 different varieties of plants, kids and adults are sure to be entertained with its children's amusement park, and outdoor resort facilities.

But perhaps the most remarkable thing about Jeju is its women divers or “Haenyeo”. For generations, these women have lived in fishing villages diving all their lives for fresh sea food whilst raising their children and growing various crops. You can see them in action at the Seongsan Ilchulbong, where you can enjoy freshly caught abalone and shellfish that are served with wasabi, soy and chilli sauce.

Hotels in Jeju Island
When it comes to Jeju Island Hotels, visitors are spoilt for choice. There are several hotels and resorts modelled on traditional Korean villages with thatched roofs and decks overlooking the sea. Other mentionable hotels are located in downtown area, many of which are frequented by Korean movie stars when they are shooting or holidaying in this scenic location. You will find some hotels to be an expanse of marbles and huge windows overlooking the pool area. Majority of the affordable range of hotels offer free Wi-Fi, electric kettles for tea or coffee and are conveniently located to eateries, bakeries, transport hubs and convenient stores, depending on where you stay.

On the island, you can get around by bikes, private taxis, or buses from Jeju-Si or Seogwipo. Cross island buses run pretty frequently, but be prepared to walk a bit as many do not go all the way to the tourist spots.

Where to stay
The Jeju Island hotels in Seogwipo City on the south west of the region offer some great views overlooking the Cheonjiyeon Waterfalls whilst being conveniently located from the airport. The Yeong Dong area also has some fantastic and affordable Jeju Island accommodation which is located near shopping areas and transport hubs. With a little bit of research on our site, you can find best deals on Jeju Island hotels that accommodate pets, or offer the best last minute deals for couples, families or businessmen.

How to get to Jeju Island
When flying to Jeju-do Island, you can choose from a few options. Fly directly from nine international routes including Tokyo, Shanghai and Beijing. Another choice is to transfer through major Asian hubs or from Incheon International Airport. Select from over 50 flights from Gimpo International Airport, serviced by various airlines. There are ferries from Jeju-Si to the main peninsular cities around it, but flying is recommended as the hassle-free option.

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