Air + Land
itinerary is not null

Sales period: Till 30 June 2019
Travel period: 28, 30 October & 4, 6 November

fr. SGD 1468


  • Return Air Tickets on Cathay Pacific on Booking Class ‘N’ (Excluding Fuel Surcharges and Taxes – Estimated S$218/Pax)
  • Seat-In Coach Transfer from Incheon International Airport to Seoul
  • 3 Nights’ Accommodation in Seoul & 2 Nights’ Accommodation in Jeonju with Daily Breakfast
  • Tours and Meals on Seat-In Coach Basis with Chinese Speaking Guide
  • Tipping for Local Guide & Driver
Check-in at Singapore Changi International Airport for your flight to Seoul via Hong Kong. Upon arrival at Incheon International Airport, transfer to the hotel by a shared vehicle. Free at leisure after check-in.  

After breakfast, head to Naejangsan National Park, South Korea’s best mountain for viewing autumn foliage. Stop over at Naejangsa Temple, Jeollabuk-do’s representive temple boasting a picturesque landscape that is particularly striking when the mountains turn crimson with maple leaves. You may wish to take the cable car to enjoy the stunning view of the fall foliage at your own expense. As you end the day, visit Jeonju Hanok Village, where you can experience life back in the Joseon Dynasty, feast on delicious food, and try on a hanbok!


*Note: Visit to Naejangsa Temple requires at least 30 minutes of walking.

*Seasonal Bonus: View maple leaves at Naejangsan National Park. 

This morning, make your way to Seomjingang Train Village, where you can see train tracks lined with a movie set reproducing streetscapes of South Korea in the 1960s. Experience a steam engine train ride while enjoying the scenic view of lush greenery along Seomjingang River. Next, proceed to Gwanghalluwon Garden, whereby it acquired its name because of its surreal beauty and is the location where two lovers of a well-known Korean folk story first met. Thereafter, visit Imsil Cheese Village, the very place where cheese was first made in South Korea. 


*Note: In the event the Steam Engine Train is under maintenance, it will be replaced with Rail Bike Ride (4-seater basis; groups of 2 – 3 persons may have to share the rail bike with other guests).

Today, visit Gyeryongsan National Park, home to a rich history with cultural treasures and mysterious folklores, beautiful waterfalls, and rare animals and plants. Stopover at Gapsa Temple, where you can see the surrounding maple trees revealing crimson coloured leaves. Compulsory shopping stops: Hoganbo & Red Pine Health Food Centre. Then, learn the process of manufacturing seaweed before you try on a hanbok, Korean’s traditional attire – remember to take a photo for keepsake! End the day with shopping at Myeong-dong, where homegrown cosmetics brands, international fashion brands, and luxury department stores.


*Seasonal Bonus: View maple leaves at Gyeryongsan National Park.
After breakfast, free at leisure. 
This morning, free at leisure until time to transfer to the airport for your flight to Singapore via Hong Kong. 
  • If customer already purchased their air ticket or do not wish to purchase CX air tickets, kindly deduct [S$450/Adult] and [S$330/Child].
  • All arrangements are subjected to availability and prices are subjected to change prior to deposit.
  • Tour fare does not include fuel surcharges and taxes (Estimated S$218/Pax), personal expenses, travel insurance, and travel visa.
  • Revisions, if any, in itinerary are subject to the Company’s Terms and Conditions, a copy of which is available at www.ChanBrothers.com/PackageTourTnCs. In particular, the Customer is requested to note the following:
  • Accommodation in designated cities is subject to room availability.
  • Itinerary may be subject to change due to circumstances beyond the Company’s control.
  • Sequence of itinerary may be subject to change.
  • Proposed changes, if any, that are not accepted will be subject to the refund provisions set out in the Terms and Conditions.
NOTE: Prices exclude airport taxes & surcharges. All hotel & seats reservations are subject to availability. Any increase in room rates arising from the events and conventions shall be borne by customers.