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Nurimaru APAC House, Busan

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Learn about the economy of the country at Nurimaru APAC House. Take a tour around the site and see where the delegates of the 2005 Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit sat and discussed important questions, what they talked about, and even what they ate. Located atop the hillock, the site offers mesmerizing views of the marine bridge and the sea, while, on a clear day, you can see the outline of Japan. Don't miss the traditional garden, which displays a wide variety of plants and flowers. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Nurimaru APAC House and many more Busan attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Busan travel route planner .
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  • During the day after having dinner here and there that Busan, a former stop on the lookout for Chavez's Twilight enjoyed flooring. APEC comes into the House and is a wonderful viewpoint of gwangan bridge.
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  • The world Peak is located on the sea, and can be looked at the Grand Bridge of the sea. One feels that the outside is more attractive than the aspect of the relationship. If you can winter the island and have time to go in the same way.
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  • Want to put stop to arrive from Haeundae beach along the coast West to arukeba 10-15 minutes, so I come into place. Politicians all over the world come here to the Conference it's a historic site I know.
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  • Nice place to take picture with gwangali bridge as the background
  • Ok it is a building that they had a meeting in that has been turned into a museum of the meeting. Free to enter you will probably walk straight through in just a few minutes unless the meeting interests you.
  • It's a very scenic place. The best place to go is early in the morning and at dusk. The APEC House itself is small but you can learn things about APEC and get a feel of the meeting room. Outside, there is an open space where you can take pictures and see the beach. There is also a coffee shop.
  • River bank view up from mountain ranges, prominent bridge backfround, up to sky tower background, a light house, former penth houae of actor Rain can be observe. Quite and green and clean palce, very suitable for walking exercises. Also museum to learn korea's culture at the building where the former apec was held.
  • Nice sea view. It is not worth it to go in i you are a tourist.

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Established as a domestic tourist destination for a long while now, you'll find a good set of accommodations in Busan, a city becoming more and more equipped to cope with its burgeoning international reputation. Around Seomyeon station and slightly further to the northeast lie some of the most established options, with an abundance of hotels, hostels, and guesthouses in this highly commercial district. Head to the Haeundae beach district for a range of beachfront options, and more budget-friendly guesthouses in the side streets that lead away from the beach.
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