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Seoul: Singapore Airlines Flights

From: Groupon Singapore

Seoul: Singapore Airlines Flights
  • 16 Jun 2015
  • 07 Feb 2015
  • Apr 2015 to Dec 2015
  • SGD748
Highlights
Highlights:
Visit the historical Changdeokgung Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Shop for Korean fashion at Migliore, Shinsegae, and Lotte Young Plaza.
Learn to make traditional Korean cuisine like kimchi, bulgogi, and tteokbokki.
Seoul is one of the Top 25 Destinations in Asia, as voted on TripAdvisor.
Travel till Dec 31, 2015.


Fine Print
Book by Date: Mar 31, 2015.
Travel Period: Apr 1, 2015 – Dec 31, 2015.

Includes (for 1 person):
  • Singapore Airlines return flights from Singapore to Seoul, South Korea.
  • 30kg check-in luggage allowance and 7kg hand carry allowance.
  • In-flight meals
  • Airport taxes and fuel surcharges.

Does Not Include: Accommodation, airport transfer, all meals not specified, travel insurance, items of a personal nature, porterage and tipping and sightseeing not mentioned.
General: Min 2 to go. Min. 2 days, max. 30 days stay. Passports must have a min. validity of 6 months from expiry date on date of travel. Visa application (where applicable) and personal travel documents are the sole responsibility of travellers. Top-up may be required if promotional airfare is unavailable. Rate is inclusive of applicable taxes and service charges. See the rules that apply to all deals.
Policies: No refund, amendments, or cancellations allowed upon confirmation of bookings. No-shows forfeit Groupon.
Surcharges:
Flights departing from Singapore on Fri and Sat: $10 per person per way.
Flights departing from Seoul on Mon and Sun: $10 per person per way.

The deal

Singapore Airlines return flights
  • Return flights to Seoul for 1 person for $748 (up to $1,488 value)

Seoul, South Korea: Destination of A Morning Calm
Making up the fourth member of the Asian Tiger pride alongside Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Singapore, the current Republic of Korea arose from the aftermath of a divided nation, with the Soviet Union in the north and the United States in the South. Making it out officially as a separate entity in 1948, surviving an attack during the Korean War from her sister state in 1950, and enduring the alternating autocracy-democracy rule which follows, one of the world’s smallest country has risen from a dusty past to become part of Asia’s handful of prime metropolises.
Join the surge of the shopping generation as you tour her many mall and flea market districts that qualified its capital as one of the top 12 shopping cities in the world as indicated by CNN Travel. Required by the local law to accept credit cards for purchases at any transaction rate, the merchants who purvey your choice of duty-free Louis Vuitton, Asian beauty brand, or local designer wear are usually housed within the flashy LED-lit departmental stores or the traditional folk markets in the city.
Next, discover the architectural crown jewels of the capital as you travel back 2,000 years in time to one of the original Three Kingdoms of Korea of Baekje. Whispering through the modern years via her five UNESCO World Heritage Sites that are easily accessible at the Seoul Capital Area, your exploration of some of her cultural properties takes you to the main abode of the majority of the dynastic royalty. Dubbed the Palace of Prospering Virtue, Changdeokgung is prized for her harmonious existence with natural surroundings, which can be seen via the 15th century garden pond and pavilions the grounds were sculpted around. 
Then, give in to the sway of what BBC Travel calls an Asian theme park supremacy, as you visit some of the local famous theme parks of Everland, Lotte World, and to some extent, Seoul Land. The family-fun side of the economical tycoon that is the Lotte group of companies, the entertainment complex at Sincheon-dong laid claim to the title as the world’s largest indoor theme park, with up to 8 million visitors received annually. Tying with Everland as a tourist’s must-visit destination with her Seokchon Lake Magic Castle, the vertical free-fall Gyro Drop, and the K-Pop tribute Star Avenue, opened-year-round Lotte still pales next to the Disneyland-mimic, which is situated south of Seoul. Laid out as four separate worlds that comes with its own zoo and water park, Samsung-owned Everland takes you from an African safari to a wave-pool with tube rides, a race circuit, and more if you leave early enough in the morning.

Flight details
Singapore – Seoul
SQ608 Departure: 12.10am (GMT +8)
Arrival: 7.45am (GMT +9)

SQ600 Departure: 8am (GMT +8)
Arrival: 3.35pm (GMT +9)

SQ602 Departure: 2.55pm (GMT +8)
Arrival: 10.30pm (GMT +9)

Seoul – Singapore
SQ603 Departure: 12.15am (GMT +9)
Arrival: 5.35am (GMT +8)

SQ607 Departure: 9am (GMT +9)
Arrival: 2.20pm(GMT +8)

SQ609 Departure: 4.40pm (GMT +9)
Arrival: 10pm (GMT +8)

SQ15 Departure: 7.40pm (GMT +9)
Arrival: 12.50am (GMT +8)

Schedule may be subject to change and availability.

Add-ons (payable to Travel Star)
Child aged 11 and below occupying a seat: $728 per person.


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