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  • Seoul

    Seoul's landscape is a study in contrasts with temples, palaces, state-of-art buildings and mountain trails. Explore the majestic Gyengbokgung Palace, charming traditional markets, and the controversial Demilitarized Zone. Attend a play, take a walking tour or simply groove to K-pop. Either way, Seoul is nothing short of captivating!

  • Yangdong

    Sheltered by forested mountains, the village of Yangdown is Korea's largest traditional village. A perfect reflection of Joseon Dynasty's traditional culture, Yangdong is home to 500-year-old thatched-roof cottages and the entire village is a cultural heritage site thanks to national treasures, and folklore materials.

  • Jeju

    Beautiful beaches and lush countryside are just some of the elements that make Jeju, Korea's largest island, the country's most popular getaway spot. Home to the Manjang Cave, Seongsan Ilchulbong, Seongeup folk village, and Sangumburi crater, this island will keep you on your toes all day long.

  • Gyeongju

    Gyeongju can quite simply be described as ‘the museum without walls'. Nestled amidst rolling green hills, the colourful roofs of numerous tombs, temples, pagodas and palace ruins, Gyeongju has a distinct identity. A trip to the remarkable Seoguram Grotto and Bulguksa Temple further makes a trip to Gyeongju worth every minute.

  • Busan

    South Korea's second largest city is synonymous with mountains beaches, hot springs and mouth-watering seafood. From bargaining at Jagalchi fish market to dining at the finest restaurants, from swimming at Haeundae Beach to trekking on Dongbaek Island; Busan introduces you to unforgettable experiences!

  • Visit the Demilitarized Zone between North and South Korea

    One of the last remnants of the Cold War, the Demilitarised Zone (DMZ) between North and South Korea is guarded by a million soldiers, each day. Created in 1953 as a ceasefire to the Korean War, it is recognised as the most heavily militarised border in the world. The 4 kilometre wide belt, mostly mountainous, cuts the Korean peninsula almost in half. A visit to the DMZ is undoubtedly an eye-opener, and a must-see for the sheer history and intensity attached to it.

  • Sleep in a temple in Busan

    Bustling with life, Busan, South Korea's second largest city, is home to more than 900 traditional Buddhist temples; each a testament to the thread of tradition still strongly woven through present-day Korean life. Experience this firsthand during your stay in a traditional Ondo room of a local temple. Learn about temple etiquette, experience the daily drum and bell ritual and craft your own prayer beads. Round it off with an easy hike up to the oldest and highest temple in Busan for morning meditation.

  • Sample the diverse cuisine of Korea

    Koreans consider food to be more than something that fills the belly—it is a source of nourishment, medicine, and flavour that's unique to the country. Savour their irrevocable connection with food as you dig into traditional dishes like bibimbap, a signature Korean dish of mixed rice, Jjigae (stew), Jjim and Jorim (simmered meat or fish) and Jeon (pan-fried dishes). In Korea, you are never far from delicious food, no matter which street corner you are at.

  • Live the island life in Jeju

    Explore the Manjang Cave, Seongsan Ilchulbong, Seongeup folk village and Sangumburi crater. Watch Korea's most popular show, NANTA, which is narrated through rhythmic banging of knives, pots and pans, instead of dialogues. And if you're a water baby, try a popular submarine tour that lets you explore a strange-looking shipwreck, and vibrant marine life.

  • Bukchon Hanok Village Exploration

    What's so special about this particular village? To begin with, it boasts of the largest cluster of privately owned traditional Korean wooden homes (hanok) in Seoul. Watch out for the half-dozen or so alleys, which are home to impeccably restored architectural features like small courtyards, decorative outer walls, and dark tiled roofs. It's an exploration that'll transport you 600 years into Seoul's past.

  • Classic Tours

    Authentic and down-to-earth!

    Our Classic tours offer small-group (up to 12 travellers per departure) travel experiences for the culture-hungry. Each tour delivers an excellent balance of must-see travel highlights, spontaneous situations, insider access and under-the-radar encounters with local people and their culture. Each group is accompanied by a Chief Experience Offer (CEO) with the promise of character-rich accommodation, local transportation and authentic, regional cuisine.

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