Haeundae Beach, Busan
Categories: Beaches, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
Backed by downtown's skyline, Haeundae Beach ranks as the one of the country's most popular waterfront spots. Stretching for 2 km (1.2 mi), the beach draws thousands of visitors with its sun, surf, and festivals. Rent an umbrella from one of many booths at the rear of the beach to give yourself some shade while you kick back on the sand. Alternatively, grab an inner tube and don your swimsuit to enjoy splashing and swimming in the sea. Along the beach, you'll find plenty of cultural activities and events--primarily focused on the "folk square," these include traditional games, wrestling, and performances. Make Haeundae Beach part of your personalized Busan itinerary using our Busan trip itinerary builder.
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Hello guy Today I come back to haeundae is my favorite place I am very like here,sometimes I tired from work here is the first place for my vacation I think next summer before I come back to Thailand ... read more »
if you visit here clean day of sping and fall you must experience wide beauty but sadly nowdays korea's sky is not clean cause of dust from china so when you visit here not clean day you can't feel he... read more »
The beach has a lot of those umbrellas so it feels too touristy to me. However, it is definitely worth a visit to this area to have a feel of the vibe. I went in late noon, so I didn't stay on beach b... read more »
It's the most popular beach in Busan. There's an aquarium, hotels, and restaurants just beyond the boardwalk. The only downside during the summer can be the ridiculous amount of parasols and the life guards who take their jobs very seriously. Most days, you can't go any father in the water than past your waist. Other than that, there's a great time. The best area to have a good time is on the far left side by Pale de cz. ;)
Nicest korean beach I have been so far. But Korea is not the carribean. Anyway, if you can come here for one of the festivals, such as the 'holi festival' or the 'fireworks festival', you will have a great time!
Like others have mentioned it is very clean and they seem to always be changing it up in terms of tourist attractions, they had some really cool sand sculptures. If you go a bit to the west there is a really pretty walk/small hike around Dongbaekseom Island.
A very clean beach with well maintained sand and clear water. Visited during Apr (not a peak season) hence could not find a lot of people around hence loved it. Water was pretty cold , hence could not take a dip. Toilet facilities were not up to the mark however the location is really buzzing with restaurants and street performers.
Nice clean beach with some nice places to sit on the boulevard. Be sure to go in the swimming season, else you're only allowed in a small part of the water.
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