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8D6N FLAVORS OF KOREA

8D6N FLAVORS OF KOREA
  • 8 days
  • Group Tour
  • Jul 2017 - Mar 2018
  • SGD 1658

6438 8880

TripZilla KR8FLG

150 South Bridge Road, #07-01 Fook Hai Building, Singapore 058727

Highlights
8D6N FLAVORS OF KOREA​
PLUS Up to $700 OFF Per Couple
Sales period: July 2017 -March 2018
Travel period: July 2017 - March 2018
(Tour Code: KR8FLG)


Highlights Validity: July - September 2017
Seoul
  • Gyeongbok Palace
  • Bukchon Hanok Village
  • Dongdaemun Market
Gyeonggi-Do
  • Hyundai Premium Outlet Gimpo
  • Pig Museum
Jeju
  • Seongsan Ilchulbong Peak
  • All-terrain vehicle ride
  • Jeju Folk Village Museum
  • Jusangjeolli Cliff
  • Sumokwon Theme Park
  • Top-dong underground street
Seoraksan National Park
  • Mt Seorak with cable car ride
  • Naksansa Temple
Value Plus
  • Onemount Snowpark with snow-sledding and ice-sledding experience
  • DIY kimchi session
  • Seasonal fruit picking and tasting at a local fruit farm
  • Daegwallyeong Skyranch with tractor ride experience
Gourmet Inclusions
  • Budae jjigae steamboat lunch
  • Hot stone pot bibimbap and shabu shabu dinner
  • Black pork bulgogi lunch
  • Abalone ginseng chicken soup dinner
  • Korean minced abalone porridge breakfast
  • Galbi BBQ lunch
  • Mushroom steamboat dinner
  • Braised herbal country chicken lunch
  • Korean stir-fried squid with pork dinner
  • Bulgogi lunch
  • Korean fried chicken dinner
  • Chinese breakfastle

Highlights Validity: October -  19 November 2017 and March 2018
Incheon
  • Songwol-dong Fairy Tale Village
Seoul
  • Gyeongbok Palace
  • Bukchon Hanok Village
  • Dongdaemun Market
Gyeonggi-do
  • Pig Museum
Jeju
  • Seongsan Ilchulbong Peak
  • Jeju Folk Village Museum
  • Jusangjeolli Cliff
  • Sumokwon Theme Park
  • Top-dong underground street
Seoraksan National Park
  • Mt Seorak with cable car ride
  • Naksansa Temple
Value Plus
  • Onemount Snowpark with snow-sledding and ice-sledding experience
  • DIY kimchi session
  • Seasonal fruit picking and tasting at a local fruit farm
  • Daewallyeong Skyranch with tractor ride
Gourmet Inclusions
  • Budae Jjigae Steamboat Lunch
  • Hot Stone Pot Bibimbap And Shabu Shabu Dinner
  • Black Pork Bulgogi Lunch
  • Abalone Ginseng Chicken Soup Dinner
  • Korean Minced Abalone Porridge Breakfast
  • Galbi BBQ Lunch
  • Mushroom Steamboat Dinner
  • Braised Herbal Country Chicken Lunch
  • Korean Stir-fried Squid With Pork Dinner
  • Bulgogi Lunch
  • Korean Fried Chicken Dinner

ITINERARY
Day 1 Singapore – Incheon

Meals On Board
Assemble at Singapore Changi Airport for your flight to Incheon.

Day 2 Incheon – Seoul – Gyeonggi-do – Seoul – Jeju
Budae Jjigae Steamboat Lunch/ Hot Stone Pot Bibimbap And Shabu Shabu Dinner
Itinerary Validity: July - September 2017
Annyeonghaseyo! Upon arrival in Seoul, start your sightseeing tour at majestic Gyeongbok Palace, the largest palace during the Joseon dynasty. Roam its stately grounds, delve into its storied past and imagine what it might have been like centuries ago. Shrug away the humid heat of Singapore with a visit to Onemount Snowpark. It may not be Christmas, but that undeniable fuzzy holiday mood abounds. Hop on a sled for a snow-sledding and ice-sledding experience at the snow park, purportedly modelled after the Santa Claus Village in Finland. After which, indulge in a shopping spree at the newly opened Hyundai Premium Outlet Gimpo which houses 230 premium brands and showcases the latest fashion trends. Next, transfer to the airport for your domestic flight to Jeju. This volcanic island is Korea’s largest and draws both international and domestic travellers alike. With its mild weather, plethora of spellbinding natural sights and relaxed vibe, it is not difficult to see why. Note Please bring along your ski jacket to Onemount Snowpark. Ski jacket rental is also available at your own expense.

Itinerary Validity: October - 19 November 2017 and March 2018
Annyeonghaseyo! Upon arrival proceed to Songwol-dong Fairy Tale Village which is filled with painted alleys of various characters from fairy tales. Next sightseeing tour at majestic Gyeongbok Palace, the largest palace during the Joseon dynasty. Roam its stately grounds, delve into its storied past and imagine what it might have been like centuries ago. Shrug away the humid heat of Singapore with a visit to Onemount Snowpark. It may not be Christmas, but that undeniable fuzzy holiday mood abounds. Hop on a sled for a snow-sledding and ice-sledding experience at the snow park, purportedly modeled after the Santa Claus Village in Finland. Next, transfer to the airport for your domestic flight to Jeju. This volcanic island is Korea’s largest and draws both international and domestic travellers alike. With its mild weather, plethora of spellbinding natural sights and relaxed vibe, it is not difficult to see why.
Note
Please bring along your ski jacket to Onemount Snowpark. Ski jacket rental is also available at your own expense.

Day 3 Jeju
Breakfast/Black Pork Bulgogi Lunch/ Abalone Ginseng Chicken Soup Dinner
Itinerary Validity: July - September 2017
Your time in Jeju commences with a visit to Seongsan Ilchulbong Peak, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Formed more than 100,000 years ago, this peak features a crater surrounded by sharp, jagged rocks – the crowning glory, if you will. Later, hold on tight and surrender to the thrills of an all-terrain vehicle ride. Make a stop at Jeju Folk Village Museum and learn more about folk practices, traditions and customs through the museum’s enviable collection of artefacts. It was also one of the filming sites of another famous Korean drama, “Dae Jang Geum”. Later, visit the magnificent Jusangjeolli Cliff, which was formed when the lava from Hallasan erupted into the sea of Jungmun. Next stop: visit Sumokwon Theme Park, an indoor theme park that houses the popular Ice Museum. View mesmerising ice sculptures that have been artfully crafted by Japanese artisans and visit the illusion art gallery. This evening, visit Top-dong underground street to browse and shop for unique mementos to take home.

Itinerary Validity: October - 19 November 2017 and March 2018
Your time in Jeju commences with a visit Jeju Rail-bike. Explore Jeju Island's picturesque countryside on a curious contraption that combines standard train tracks with a pedal-powered car. Pump your legs past stunning views of the island's rugged hills, scope out volcanic craters, and look out for cows as you traverse a former farm by rail bike. Afterwhich, proceed to Seongsan Ilchulbong Peak, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Formed more than 100,000 years ago, this peak features a crater surrounded by sharp, jagged rocks – the crowning glory, if you will. Make a stop at Jeju Folk Village Museum and learn more about folk practices, traditions and customs through the museum’s enviable collection of artefacts. It was also one of the filming sites of another famous Korean drama, “Dae Jang Geum”. Later, visit the magnificent Jusangjeolli Cliff, which was formed when the lava from Hallasan erupted into the sea of Jungmun. Next stop: visit Sumokwon Theme Park, an indoor theme park that houses the popular Ice Museum. View mesmerising ice sculptures that have been artfully crafted by Japanese artisans and visit the illusion art gallery. This evening, visit Top-dong underground street to browse and shop for unique mementos to take home.

Day 4 Jeju – Seoul – Gyeonggi-do – Yongpyong
Korean Minced Abalone Porridge Breakfast/ Galbi BBQ Lunch/ Mushroom Steamboat Dinner
Transfer to the airport for your domestic flight back to Seoul, capital of South Korea. Upon arrival, roll up your sleeves and get set to participate in the making of the iconic,pungent and spicy Korean dish during a DIY kimchi session. Next, stop at a local fruit farm where you can enjoy picking and tasting of seasonal fruits. Nothing is like going straight to the source to enjoy the best of nature’s bounty. Thereafter, make your way to Pig Museum. Located in Icheon city in Gyeonggi-do, the museum is the 1st of its kind in Asia. Visitors can get opportunities to watch the cute pigs do tricks, pet and feed them. The most amusing sight is watching the little piglets jumping and bowling over hurdles.
Seasonal Bonus
Enjoy picking and tasting 250 grammes of cherry tomatoes per traveller for tours departing from June to August, and 1 pear per traveller for tours departing from September to November and 250 grammes of strawberries per traveller for tours departing from December 2017 to March 2018 at a local fruit farm.

Day 5 Yongpyong – Seoraksan National Park – Gangneung – Yongpyong
Breakfast/ Braised Herbal Country Chicken Lunch/ Korean Stir-fried Squid With Pork Dinner
This morning, proceed to Mt Seorak, the 3rd highest mountain in South Korea. Enjoy a cable car ride to the summit and be mesmerised by the beauty of the surrounding scenery. Thereafter, journey to Naksansa Temple, a Korean Buddhist place of worship and revel in its beauty and calm. Located on the slopes of Naksan Mountain and overlooking the Sea of Japan, the temple is underscored by a history that spans more than 1,300 years. Later, visit Daegwallyeong Skyranch, an exotic landscape of rolling, treeless hills of grazing land, so very unlike anywhere else in Korea. It is also a popular filming site of “Running Man” as well as many Korean dramas. Go on a tractor ride experience along its peaks & grassy fields and also get to experience sheep feeding. It’s both relaxing and inspiring.
Note Cable car ride is subject to weather conditions.

Day 6 Yongpyong - Seoul
Breakfast/Bulgogi Lunch/ Korean Fried Chicken Dinner
This morning, visit Ginseng Monopoly Showroom before proceeding to Odbo cosmetic shop where you can stock up on the brand’s feted skincare products. Thereafter, visit Bukchon Hanok Village, home to hundreds of traditional courtyard houses known as “hanok” that date back to Joseon dynasty. Today, many have been beautifully refurbished and given a new lease of life as guesthouses, teahouses and small shops. Thereafter, time to raise the style stakes and embark on a fabulous shopping spree at Dongdaemun Market in Seoul, the city’s largest retail and wholesale precinct, dotted with stalls offering the latest fashion togs and accessories.

Day 7 Seoul
Breakfast
After breakfast, spend the day at leisure. Explore dynamic Seoul city or join an optional tour at your own expense. Your optional tour include a visit to the enchanted Herb Island which showcases Mediterranean herbs all year round. Here you will also get to make your own lavender pillow. You will also get to indulge in the freshest of seafood at Noryangjin Fisheries Wholesale Market where you may purchase fresh seafood and arrange a local restaurant to prepare the seafood dish of your choice at your own expense. Note The optional day tour costs USD90 per traveller and is subject to a minimum participation of 8 travellers

Day 8 Seoul - Incheon - Singapore
Chinese Breakfast/Meals On Board
In  the  morning,  visit  Healthy  Liver  Centre where  you  can  shop  for  health  products. If time permits, you can do some last-minute shopping at a local provision shop before you transfer to the airport for your flight home.