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A 30 m tall (98.5 ft) and 23 m (75.5 ft) wide lava tube penetrating more than 13 km (8 mi) into the earth, Manjanggul Cave makes up part of a
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Udo , Jeju
The largest of the islets sprinkled around the city of Jeju, Udo and its scenic landscapes make a popular hangout spot for locals. Escape the
Hallim Park , Jeju
Stroll through the landscaped and wild areas of Hallim Park, a popular public space with cultural and natural attractions. Established in 197
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***Temporary suspension of the Yeha's Chinese Speaking Bus Tour, due to the new-Coronavirus***Visit Jeju-Island with us!Full-day Tours & Day Trips & Bus & Minivan ToursThe UNESCO World Heritage-listed Jeju Island.It is located at the southern shores of South Korea. We offer you a full-day bus tour with professional tour guides that are skilled.Visit Seongeup folk village, Seongsan Ilchulbong, the Manjang Cave, and also learn about the island’s famous female divers, Haenyeo. • Lunch, entrance fees are included • Customers who stay in Seogwipo&Jungmun area will return by a limousine bus. (price included) •You will have 40~60 minutes of free time at each destination.Enjoy our Full-day tour of UNESCO–listed Jeju Island with lunch!In the morning, the guide will pick you up from the fixed pick-up point by our tour bus, and will send you back at 5pm~6:30pm as soon as the tour finishes.
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Hamdeok Beach , Jeju
A rock-studded, wide, and white sandy stretch of Jeju Island, Hamdeok Beach makes a popular spot for swimming, strolling, and snorkeling. Fam
World heritage site · Mountain
Seongsan Ilchulbong , Seogwipo
Rising from the ocean like a rocky crown, the World Heritage Site of Seongsan Ilchulbong stands as a testament to the region's ancient volcan

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World heritage site · Beaches · Caves
The main town on the largest of Korea's islands, Jeju, has a volcanic landscape protected by UNESCO. The World Heritage-listed volcanic island includes the country's highest peak, sets of impressive lava tubes and columns, and several crater lakes. The rugged appearance of such areas stands in stark contrast with the island's beaches and sunsets. Such features mean that Koreans have long since been making trips to Jeju, particularly newlyweds. The inhabitants of the island's two main towns share a matriarchal culture that stands out from that of mainland Korea, evidenced in the exploits of haeneyo (female divers) bringing in their catch, with seafood forming a large part of the island's distinctive cuisine. Use our South Korea day trip website to arrange your visit to Jeju and other destinations in South Korea.

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You'll find plenty of accommodations in Jeju, an established tourism destination for mainlanders and foreign visitors. Look in the Nohyeong-Dong district and by the harbor in the city center for the majority of rooms. Across these two areas, you'll find everything from luxury hotels to budget, family-run guesthouses. Guesthouses in rural areas attract backpackers with inexpensive rooms, while rental cottages in the coastal areas remain popular with honeymooners.
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