South Korea Vacations
Your South Korea vacation
Korea, sparkling defined. Like stars, brilliant and shining, Korea Sparkling is a destination to be discovered.
Come see for yourself – Korea Sparkling: an open window to modern country filled with the charms of an ancient culture where you will find delicious culinary delights and some of Asia's most alluring landscapes and stunning sights. Start your exploration today!
South Korea Vacation Packages
Situated in Jeju International Airport / Jeju City, Ocean Suite Jeju Hotel is the perfect place to experience Jeju-do and its surroundings. From here, guests can enjoy easy access to all that the lively city has to offer. With its convenient location, the hotel offers... More
Park Hyatt Busan is located in the iconic IPark development on the Busan a coast line in the famous Haeundae district. The newest hotel in Busan, featuring the largest rooms. The Dining experience will be unique and innovative. Park Hyatt Busan is located next to the... More
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Ultra-modern, unique boutique in Itaewon Transformed after a major renovation, the IP Boutique Hotel Itaewon is now a visually stunning modern enclave located in the global village of Itaewon. Vibrant colors, pop-inspired art and sleek furnishings surround visitors at... More
Ideally located in the centre of the business and entertainment district, directly connected to shopping malls and the subway, Novotel Ambassador Daegu is the first international hotel in the city. The 203 spacious rooms and suites offer guests modern facilities and city... More
Incheon Airport Oceanside Hotel invites you to the feeling just like to stay at an old cottage in the Mediterranean! The faint marine smell, a wind coming through a pine grove and the music of birds, and the tentative service like an aged win... At Oceanside Hotel, You... More
There are also meeting & banquet room, and coffee shop. 01/09 CH The hotel is eight stories building in modern style. The hotel is located at Hamdeok Beach and easily accessible to various tourist attractions and about 25-minute drive from the airport. More
Located in the central business district of Busan, the Ibis Ambassador Busan City Centre is a gateway to the bustling business, financial and shopping precincts of Busan. The hotel is 30 minutes from Kimhae International Airport and next to the central railway station of... More
Somerset Palace Seoul's serviced apartments offer comprehensive business services and recreational facilities designed for the discerning international executives and expatriates whether on business or leisure. Strategically located in the downtown Seoul, Gangbuk... More
There are also meeting & banquet rooms and sauna. 05/08 CH The hotel is a 12 storey concrete construction and modern in style. The hotel is conveniently located in Daegu, around 5 minutes away from Dongdaegu station, and 10 km away from Daegu International Airport, and... More
The hotel offers sauna, and a wide range of meeting & banquet room at the annex. 06/10 CH The hotel is 10 storey building in modern style. The hotel is located in the heart of the city center and closed by Gan-Seok Ogeori subway station (Incheon Line 1, Exit 3) which is... More
South Korea highlights
Seoul: Korea's brightest star. The modern day capital has been the heart and soul of the country for over 600 years. Trace the paths of kings at five royal palaces or watch the pageantry of the guard changing ceremony at Deoksu Palace for a glimpse into this regal era. For a spiritual journey, stay the night at a Buddhist temple for a serene insight to a simpler way of life. View the dazzling city lights from Seoul N Tower or on a romantic Han River cruise. Seoul is a special city with something for everyone!
Performing Arts in Korea will mesmerize your senses and still your heart – from the Farmers Dance whose performers play hand held gongs and drums while twirling long ribbons from their headpieces to the colorful Korean Fan Dance whose dancers gracefully flick open ornately decorated fans and synchronize their moves to create blooming flowers. Then laugh out loud at “Nanta,” the hilarious nonverbal show whose simple humor came to Broadway as “Cookin'” to the delight of sold-out audiences.
Adventure awaits. Korea's ruggedly beautiful, mountainous landscapes offers exhilarating climbing and world-class skiing opportunities, not to mention cycling courses through green tea fields and lush rice paddies. And with all that sparkling water surrounding the country, there are water sports galore!
Railroads! KTX, Korea's sleek, high-speed train travels at 186mph, allowing you to enjoy the sights while zipping from Seoul to Busan in under three hours.
Kimchi: Korea's national dish. Flavored with red pepper and garlic, it will spice up your life and make your taste buds stand at attention!
Living ocean and coast
"Living Ocean and Coast": slogan for the city of Yeosu as it vies to host Expo 2012. This southern coastal city is a marine playground perched on a scenic peninsula surrounded by 317 small islands
Gyeongju: Once capital of the mighty Silla Dynasty that reigned supreme for 1,000 years. Known as a "museum without walls" for its many pristine Silla artifacts, this city boasts two UNESCO World Heritage Sites: the venerable Bulguksa Buddhist Temple and the massive granite sitting Buddha of Seokguram Grotto.