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South Korea's second largest city is Busan and it is an important city mainly due to the fact that it connects Asia, North America and Europe to the country via its enormous sea port. This is one of the reasons why it is regarded to be South Korea’s cultural and trade hub.
However, it is also, for tourism, an international platform and this is mainly due to the fabulous beaches, hot springs, shopping, festivals and lively nightlife which are on hand here. A top location for rest and relaxation or thrills and adventure.
The landscape provides a contrast of activities and sightseeing tours/guided tours that will entertain and amaze any person who travels to this wonderful destination, South Korea. The views from the harbour of the Rocks and Islands jutting out of the Sea of Japan and Korean Strait are spectacular.
The people in Busan are the most caring, helpful, friendly and cooperate locals you can have the pleasure to meet. They are prepared to help and welcome you with open arms.
Top 10 Things to Do in Busan
See the Seaside View on a Sightseeing Tour of the Stunning Haedong Yonggungsa Temple
The stunning Haedong Yonggungsa Temple is just one of the memorable sightseeing tours you can do in Busan. This temple, built back in 1376 during the Goryeo Dynasty, is just one of the few temples and complex which is set on the seaside.
There are other temples, bridges, a soaring tower, plenty pf parks, a variety of museums and mountains to explore when on Busan. If you are going to the mountains on sightseeing tours, there are other tours to do when you are there that include mountain biking, hiking and mountaineering.
When you go to the beach, there are many activity tours which include paragliding, boat tours, water skiing and diving.
Travel Tips for Busan
It is said by many that the best time to visit the city of Busan is anytime during the months of Spring and Autumn. The good weather conditions and mild temperatures make these months perfect for activities, sightseeing tours or guided tours. If you like the hot sun, then the summer months of July and August are your best time to visit. During the winter if you think this would be the best time for snow, you will be disappointed.
Another great thing that the city of Busan has going for it is that it is cheap when you get here. A tourist can survive on approximately US$61 a day, and this includes one-night accommodation, all meals from mid-range providers and local transport. There are cheaper options and more luxurious options, it's up to you how much you wish to spend on the luxury you want. Sightseeing tours and adventure tours will vary in price season to season.
Top tip, leave room in your suitcase for your shopping or bring an empty suitcase with you! There is a specific “shopping area for foreigners” but it is advisable not to be there after dark. When venturing out and about alone and not with a guided tour, it is recommended that you have the hotels address written in Korean with you for taxis. The crime rate is very low in Busan, but you still need to be careful of your possessions.
Generally, the climate in Busan is mild, however, there is quite a bit of rainfall even during the driest months. The rainy season is primarily from April all the way through to September with July being the wettest month and December being the driest month. The hottest month on average is August with temperatures of above 30 degrees Celsius. January with average temperatures of 5 degrees Celsius is the coldest month.