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Hallim Park, Jeju

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Stroll through the landscaped and wild areas of Hallim Park, a popular public space with cultural and natural attractions. Established in 1971 with the planting of subtropical plants on what was then a barren area, the park has grown into an array of well-maintained gardens, including a bonsai garden, water garden, and a subtropical botanical garden, as well as a children's amusement park and folk village. The park also features mysterious and impressive caves, including a cave-within-a-cave, often considered to be the only natural formation of its kind in the world. The 10 ha (24 ac) park directly joins up with two pristine beaches, and offers extensive views of the island's coast. Ask Inspirock to suggest an itinerary and make planning a trip to Jeju fast, fun, and easy.
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  • The grounds are amazing and beautiful. Different times of year you can see beautiful blooms like azaleas, hydrangeas, bougainvillea, etc. It’s definitely worth some time to see the natural beauty of.....  more »
  • Its quite a big park with different Themes Gardens. Including a Folk Village & cave. As we have limited time, we did not go the longer Cave route. Just the Gardens & Folk village. The sun was very....  more »
  • Working hours from 8AM (or 9?) till 5PM. Spend 2-3-4 hours there, many flowers (in season), animals, folk village inside, two interesting caves. Just nice! :)  more »
  • Too huge, almost need half day to see the full garden. Lot of things to see. The cave could be a great experience. Nice scenic place to go and enjoy the beauty of nature. Recommend if you are in Jeju island.
  • big park, interesting place to visit in jeju! features many tropical plants and animals too
  • nice botanical to walk. some parts are abit heavy.
  • Visited it as part of Yeha Tours. Good place to walk around on good weather. Unfortunately all the flowers have withered due to the autumn season. The walk through the caves is interesting.
  • If you like botanical gardens the like, you'll enjoy the tour. The caves offer a welcome break from the summer heat. All of the placards include English translations, so you won't miss out on the context. The bonsai garden includes several 300 year old trees, which I thought was pretty cool. There are also a couple of gift shops where you can find some kitsch to commemorate your visit.

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