Are you by any chance planning to visit Busan? Or perhaps you’re already there and wanting to go somewhere sight-seeing? Perhaps somewhere you can witness the beauty of nature at its glory.
Well! If you haven’t decided on how to spend the day then why don’t you head towards Busan’s Taejongdae Park.
Taejongdae Park is an island surrounded with stunning natural scenery, almost like a place which boosts its magnificent seaside cliffs and landscapes to it’s beholder. It is often referred to as being a “resort” park but quite frankly, let me tell you that rather than it being a “resort”, it’s actually a natural park occupying the southern end of Yeongdo Island.
By Subway: To get to Taejongdae, using Busan’s Nampo-Dong subway is the easiest route. All you need to do is get off at Nampo subway station on Line 1 and take exit 6. This will bring you to the bus stop where it’s up to you to take either bus 8, 30, 66, 88 or 186 to the last stop.
You can also en-route towards your journey to Taejongdae Park from Busan Station where you’ll need get off on Line 1 and head towards exit 9, from which you’ll have to hop on buses 66, 88 or 101
When was the last time you remember riding an adorable, cute and a colorful train? Maybe in your childhood days or perhaps on a visit to an amusement park. Well! To assist the visitors exploring the park, the tourist can opt to ride the “Danubi Circular Train” which is, I kid you not, an adorable, cute and a colorful train.
This train is like an hop-off hop-on train and can cost 3 000KRW (approx. S$3.50 / US$2.50) for adults.
Among the most famous attraction on the island some of them are
The majestic and the infamous lighthouse at the park is known as “Yeongdo lighthouse”. To reach the lighthouse, you’ll have to walk down the walking trail. To be honest, it’s a bit of a walk… but don’t you worry! There are several benches around so you can stop and rest throughout your way till you arrive at your destination.
After your stop at Yeongdo lighthouse, you’ll find a stepped trail which will eventually lead towards the “Light beyond limitation” statue. This statue is made by the Korean artist named Ji Sul Won Kyung-Lee. The silver point symbolizes the light casting out from the lighthouse whereas the blue ring symbolizes the ocean and sky and red symbolizes the planet Earth.
I’ve summarized things to do and places to visit in points to help you make your To-Do list easily, so let’s get started:
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