6D VEGETARIAN-FRIENDLY KOREA MINI PRIVATE TOUR

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Sales period: Now till 15 March 2020
Travel period: 1 January 2019 - 31 March 2020

fr. SGD 1798

Highlights

  • 5 Days of 10 Hours Day Use Car with Chinese Speaking Driver
  • 2 Nights’ Accommodation at Local 4* Hotel in Busan with Daily Buffet Breakfast
  • 1 Night Accommodation at Hanok Guest House in Jeonju (Ondol Style – Strictly No Western Bed) [Room Only]
  • 2 Nights’ Accommodation at Local 4* in Seoul with Daily Buffet Breakfast
  • Private Transfer from Seoul to Incheon International Airport
  • 5 Lunch & 4 Dinner of Vegetarian Cuisine

 

Exclusions

Admission Fees, Air Tickets, Overtime Charges, Personal Expenses, Surcharges & Taxes, Travel Insurance, Travel Visa
Lunch/Dinner

Upon arrival at Incheon International Airport, transfer to Busan by private car (5 hours journey). Upon arrival in Busan, enjoy its Today’s Set Menu (Apple Banana Green Smoothie, Broiled Soy Meat Burger, & French Fries) at MooMoo Burger before exploring Jungang Park. Perched on Daecheong Mountain, it offers an unparalleled view over the city and its port. Next, head to Seomyeon Underground Shopping Centre, where you can find various brands at affordable prices. As you end the day, dine at Dajeon, where an aesthetically pleasing dinner – Yeonipbap (Steamed Sweet Rice in Lotus Leaf) alongside Milgogi (Stir-Fried Wheat Meat) is served. Thereafter, transfer to the hotel and free at leisure after check-in. 

 

Note: Please book flight arriving in Incheon International Airport before 10:00hours or pre-stay 1 night in Seoul at own expenses.

Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner

After breakfast, explore Nurimaru APEC House that not only offers a spectacular view of the beach, but also has the appearance of a reputable international conference hall featuring both modern and traditional beauty. Enjoy the cool sea breeze at the beautiful coastline of Haeundae Beach before you head for lunch is at Nayuta Café, where its Today’s Menu (ingredients and menu changes daily) will be served. Proceed to Jukseong Dream Church, built and used as a filming location for a Korean soap opera, and is now a popular spot with photographers. Then, visit Haedong Yonggungsa Temple, which offers the rare find of a temple along the shoreline as opposed to most temples being located in the mountains. End the day with Bean Cutlet with Black Rice at Vegenarang.

Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner

This morning, transfer to Jeonju by private car (3 hours journey). Along the way, you may wish to head to Moaksan Provincial Park, known for its cultural heritages and incredible views. The mountain is particularly eye-catching in spring when the mountain azaleas are in full bloom. After the hike, recharge your energy with vegetarian food in buffet style at Pulkkot Sesang Chaesik Buffet. Next, move on to Deokjin Park, Jeonju’s representative city park centred around a natural pond dating back to the Goryeo Dynasty. Proceed to Gyeonggijeon Shrine, which exhibits the portrait of Taejo of Joseon amongst other displays before visiting Jeonju Hanok Village, which still retains its historical charms and traditions amidst the industrialised city before treating yourself to the delicious dishes found there. You may wish to try out Bibimbap (Mixed Rice) or Kal-guksu (Knife Cut Noodle Soup). Thereafter, transfer to the hotel and free at leisure after check-in.

Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner

Today, transfer to Seoul by private car (3 hours journey). Along the way, you may wish to explore Heonilleung – a cluster of royal tombs from the Joseon Dynasty – before you lunch to your heart’s content at Veg Green, which offers vegetarian food in buffet style. Move on to Bongeunsa Temple, a 1,200 year old Buddhist temple that houses interesting Buddhist artifacts located in the midst of Gangnam’s tall skyscrapers. Stop by at Olympic Park, which is an impressive leisure facility in which historic remains from the Baekje Era share space with an eco-friendly forest, modern, state-of-the-art sports stadiums, and spacious grassy fields. As you end the day, dine at Osegyehyang, where Soft Tofu Gang-doenjang with Bibimbap (Soft Tofu Thick Soybean Paste Stew with Mixed Rice) is served. Thereafter, transfer to the hotel and free at leisure after check-in.

Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner

After breakfast, head to Gyeongbokgung Palace* – arguably South Korea’s most beautiful palace and the largest of the remaining five palaces – and the nearby Gwanghwamun Square, which is a national landmark located in the heart of Seoul with a statue of Admiral Yi Sunshin and King Sejong the Great among other attractions. Today’s lunch is at Sanchon, where its Set Lunch – a variety of dishes inspired by Buddhist temple cuisine that consists of only fresh vegetables and wild plants from the deep mountains or fields (refer to Page 3) – will be served before you take a stroll at Insa-dong, which is an important place where old but precious and traditional products are on display. Next, move on to Ewha Womans University Fashion Street, which is a district lined with major shopping malls and stalls selling fashion items. Thereafter, proceed for dinner at Plant Café Seoul, where you can choose either Set A, Set B, or Set C (refer to Page 3 for more information; please select choice of dinner upon booking) – all packed with goodness that will not leave you hungry.  

 

*Note: Gyeongbokgung Palace is closed on Tuesday and will be replaced with Changdeokgung Palace.

Plant Café Seoul is closed on Sunday. Any additional beverage / dessert / food ordered is at own expense. 

Breakfast

After breakfast, free at leisure until time to transfer to the airport for your flight home.               

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