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Taejongdae, Busan

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A pristine enclave of natural beauty, Taejongdae sits on the southernmost point of the island, a sheer cliff face looking out to the meeting point of the East China Sea and the Sea of Japan. Walking trails lead through thick pine forests and offer access to scenic lookouts and a contemporary lighthouse on the rugged coastline. Uncover the area on foot, then take to the open ocean on a short cruise from the park's ferry terminal. Our Busan family vacation planner makes visiting Taejongdae and other Busan attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • The landscape was very beautiful. My friend and I took Taxi over there, and it's very convenient. You also can take the bus to go there. We stay in Taejongdae for more than two hours and took a lot of...  more »
  • This was a trip we really wanted to do. Sadly we picked a cloudy day and there was no visibility. The walk up to the top was pleasant and we enjoyed that. You can also take one of the tourist trains, ...  more »
  • it's definitely worth visiting. Views are amazing, nice hidden pebble beach and small market of fresh sea food. There are several attractions and most of them are on the mountain, also if you turn rig...  more »
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  • We didn't take the train due to long wait - we were going to take the train but it was too cold to wait outside. If you choose to walk, you get to stop by different spots to enjoy the view. It's worth a visit!
  • Incredibly beautiful leisure park that the whole family can enjoy. I'd recommend taking a danubi train (3,000 won each) if you bring the elderly or small kids. For tourists staying in Seomyeon area; from Seomyeon Station Exit 1, walk to the bus stop and take the bus #88 to the end of the line.
  • A really breathtaking place. Sadly, I went around late evening with my family in the winter season(gets extremely cold when the sun sets). I recommend going when there's still light, either early morning or afternoon to make the most of the scenery. There's a tram service for 2000won that will make 3 stops around the park. Since the park is quite huge, there will be a lot of stamina required for long walks between stops.
  • Taejongdae Resort Park. When you are there, you can purchase the train tickets (Danubi Train) to proceed up to the drop off place where you can then walk to the light house. Overall good experience but not really good for elderly people as there are quite a lot of stairs if you want to head to the light house. Slow walk down the stairs should take you about 15 mins to reach the light house vice versa back to the surface. Some really nice sea view and strong wind.
  • you can enjoy beautiful coastal landscape. But it takes some time from the entrance to go to the point to see the ocean. If you take the small shuttle, you can easily reach there. But in the peak time, it is hard to take this shuttle.