TRAVEL TO JEJU ISLAND
Luxury Resort Experiences in Beautiful Paradise Jeju Island
A new journey, a classy and completely unique experience, different in the beautiful Jeju island, one of the most famous scenic spots in Korea.
1- Horse Rides on Jeju Island
Immersed in green space of large meadow, enjoying the fresh air, mixed with a little nervousness, and then bursting with excitement is the feeling you experience when riding a horse in Jeju Island.
For a long time, the people of Jeju Island are famous for their ability to raise horses and ride horses, their horse breed named Jorangmal is also highly appreciated in the horse racing world.
Imagine yourself dressed as cowboys, getting acquainted with big and strong horses, then holding the reins to control yourself and walking around the racecourse designed like a vast steppe, will definitely bring visitors an unforgettable experience when coming to Jeju island.
2- Explore the ocean world by submarine Seogwipo
If you've been to Jeju City many times, refresh your itinerary with a trip to the south of the island, which is Seogwipo city, about 45 minutes by car from Jeju airport.
Seogwipo is very famous for exploring the ocean world by submarine.
Visitors will be extremely surprised and amazed by the depth of 40m, colorful fishes, magical coral reefs, diverse vegetation and special performances of divers... appear attractive to viewers.
3- Luxury yachts
Floating in the open sea, letting your soul follow the white sails to catch the wind of the sea on a high-class yacht is an interesting experience that you should not miss when coming to Jeju island.
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When you arrive here, you feel like you are lost in a high-class resort with wooden houses overlooking the sea, the campus is filled with green trees, and in the distance are boats with white sails as inviting visitors to hurry up and enjoy wonderful moments.
The cruise lasts about 1 hour, visitors will enjoy standing on the deck dancing to the vibrant music, watching the romantic sea view, or enjoying fruit with a glass of delicious wine. Comfortable moments at sea will definitely be a memory and an unforgettable experience.
Jeju Island - A Resort Paradise to Retreat
JeJu is the largest island in Korea, considered by tourists as a resort paradise. Here are suggestions for those who are planning to explore this beautiful island.
I- Jeju Island’ Recognization Award Titles
New 7 Wonders Organization (New 7 Natural Wonders of the World) has selected Jeju Island as one of the new natural wonders of the world. The results were approved in November 2011. Previously, Jeju was recognized by UNESCO with three titles:
1- World Biological Conservation Area
Recognized in 2002, the reserve includes Hallasan National Park, natural monuments: YongCheon, HyodoCheon, Museom, Beomseom, Seopseom.
2- World Natural Heritage
Jeju is the first natural world heritage site in Korea, recognized in 2007. The site is recognized as "Jeju volcanic island and lava cave", formed by the Hallasan mountain nature reserve area, Geomun oreum and Seongsan Ilchulbong lava cave system.
3- The World Geopark
UNESCO recognized this title of Jeju since 2010. The park includes the whole of Jeju Island, Hallasan Mountain, Manjanggul Cave, Seongsan Ilchulbong Peak, Seogwipo Paleolithic, Cheonjiyeon Waterfall, Jusangjeolli Cliff, Jungmun Daepo Coast, Sanbangsan Mountain, Yongmeori Coast, Suweolbong Peak, Udo Island, Biyangdo Island, Seonheulgot Forest (Dongbaek Dongsan).
II- 7 Mystical Landscapes
According to the Jeju travel guide of the Korea National Administration of Tourism, visitors coming here should not ignore Udo Island - the place to welcome the beautiful sunrise; Hallasan volcano seen from mandarin orchard; Cheonjiyeon waterfall seen from Chilsimni Seogwipo Park; Manjanggul cave; Jusangjeolli cliff; Jisatgae disc rapids and Jungmun coast; Hyeopjae beach - the place to welcome the brilliant sunset.
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The dormant Hallasan Volcano is also the highest mountain in Korea. This place is also a biosphere reserve with many rare creatures living. At the foot of the mountain, there is a lake, green trees create a quiet space.
Jusangjeolli cliffs are actually thousands of dark gray rock columns that line up completely randomly along the coast. Seen from above, this cliff looks like a giant ancestral nest with many stone pillars of different shapes.
Seongsan Peak is a tourist attraction because of its beauty created from volcanic lava thousands of years ago. The texture of Seongsan Ilchulbong made the place even more impressive at dawn.
Manjanggul Cave has been recognized by UNESCO as a world natural heritage with mysterious beauty and rich specimens. Manjanggul is made of volcanic lava, bringing natural beauty, attractive and brilliant. It also contains up to 30,000 specimens of bats including the rare Jeju cave spider.
It is impossible not to mention the long and windy beaches when it comes to Jeju Island. Jungmun is one of the most beautiful and famous beaches here. Not only attracted by the crystal clear water, this beach is also attractive by the soft sand and cool green grass dunes.
As the end of a stream, Cheojiyeon waterfall has a height of more than 20 meters and possesses an impressive natural landscape. The white waterfalls flowing down from above create a majestic and wild beauty.
III- 7 Architectural Works
Not only beautiful nature, Jeju also has many modern and ancient architectural works. If you love mossy features, you can visit Seongeup ethnic village, Jeju Mokgwana building, Yakcheonsa temple, Podo hotel. And to explore modern life on the island, you should not miss the Jeju Modern Art Museum, the World Cup Stadium, Daum Media Company headquarters.
Jeju World Cup Stadium is a 35,000-capacity football stadium located in Seogwipo City. The pitch is designed in the shape of a crater based on the natural environment of Jeju Island. The roof of this Stadium is shaped like a traditional fishing net. Jeju hosted several matches of the FIFA World Cup in 2002.
Podo in Korean means grape. Like the name, the rooms of this hotel are also designed like the shape of a bunch of grapes. From the first step into the lobby, you can smell the faint aroma of grapes. The hotel offers from traditional room types to Western style rooms. What delights guests is that the hotel is surrounded by a large and beautiful garden. You can listen to the sounds of nature while lying in a hotel bed.
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Carrying inside a peaceful and quiet beauty, Seongup ethnic village is considered an open-air living museum that faithfully and vividly recreates the life of Korean farmers hundreds of years ago. This village is famous for its stone houses covered with straw roofs, the fences are round stones arranged neatly covering the fields of pure white canola flowers. The open-air living museum officially opened on October 3, 1974. Coming here, visitors will be able to observe firsthand the traditional houses in the ancient architecture, the artifacts created hundreds of years ago.
IV- 7 Experiences you should try
1- Climbing Hallasan
Mount Hallasan has an altitude of 1,950 m. The mountain is located in the center of the island, so when the sky is clear, you will be able to see this majestic mountain no matter where you stand. For those who enjoy outdoor activities, especially mountain climbing, the experience of conquering Hallasan cannot be missed. This place is also famous for many beautiful scenery that captivates visitors.
2- Olle Forest walk
If you want to explore the countryside in Jeju Island, you can go for a walk on the Olle trail. Olle in Korean means winding and narrow streets. Today, Olle is used to refer to the coastal walking paths that stretch across Jeju Island. Visitors can stroll along the winding paths through the straw-roofed houses while looking at the rocky coastlines.
3- Driving along the Beach
If you don't like walking, you can choose to explore the island by driving along the coastline. You'll find Iho Tewoo beach, where the black rocks contrast with the turquoise ocean, or beyond the Hagwi coast and Aewol port. You can stop at Aewol port, where there are large and small seafood restaurants and dozens of fishing boats come in and out every day. From this port keep going further, you will come to Hyeopjae beach, which will make you overwhelmed by the beautiful picture painted by the blue of the sea and white sand.
4- Experience Life in the countryside
Out of the city center, you will have the opportunity to enjoy the feeling of relaxation in the peaceful countryside. Besides, to better understand the life of the people here, visitors should not miss activities such as picking tangerines, harvesting hawk ferns. These are all famous specialties on Jeju Island.
5- Leisure at Sea
Located about 14 km from the center of Jeju city, Hamdeok beach is famous for its clean and clear sea water and gentle sand. This place is also a stopover that attracts a lot of Koreans on summer days. Coming here, visitors can participate in leisure activities such as canoeing, fishing boat, water skiing or banana boat ride.
V- Walking around the Island
No need to go far, you can take your time to tour around the island. The coffee shops or the lovely houses of the people on the island will make you excited. You can take advantage of taking all kinds of photos from these idyllic little angles.
1- Horde Ride
It would be remiss if you skip the horse riding experience when you come to Jeju. The people of this island are also famous for their ability to breed and ride horses. The popular horse kind on the island named Jorangmal is also highly regarded in the horse racing world. You will easily find a horse riding spot on the island. Traveling by horse on green grass fields with cool atmosphere will be an unforgettable experience.
2- Moving Vehicles
If from Gimpo Seoul Airport, visitors can choose to fly with Jeju Air or Jin Air, each flight is 30 minutes to 1 hour apart. This is a domestic airline with many flights, fares from 30 USD to 70 USD depending on the flight time frame.
At Jeju airport, you can take a bus or taxi to your hotel. Currently, buses on the island have many routes to serve residents and visitors. The price from the airport to the center is about 4,000 KRW.
To travel on the island, you can choose a taxi or a bus. If you have an international driver's license, you should try renting a private car to be proactive in moving and save maximum costs.
You can buy a sim card directly when you arrive at the airport. There are many packages for visitors to choose from according to the duration of the trip. For example, an one-day sim costs about 5,300 KRW; a 10-day sim costs more than 30,000 KRW.
Jeju Island has 4 seasons, but visitors will feel the most obvious difference in winter and summer. Summer lasts from June to September, the temperature is about 20-28 degrees. At this time, the climate on the island is cool and fresh, the sea is always blue. Winter in Jeju lasts from December to March, the temperature is only about 3-10 degrees. Romantic Jeju winter with calm sea and light waves.
Jeju Island offers many new types of Experiential Tourism
The government of Jeju Island, South Korea continues to deploy a series of new types of experiential tourism to attract tourists such as sightseeing cycling, cleaning up ocean waste or experiencing being a chef.
After more than 2 years of absence from tourists due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, Jeju Island is currently transforming with daily changes to regain the reputation of "Resort Paradise”- an ideal destination for tourists not only captivates people by its calm, wild beauty but also its charming.
After the successful organization of Green tours (zero carbon and waste) and most recently the re-implementation of a 30-day visa-free stay for international visitors, Jeju Island continues to launch a variety of exciting new types of travel experiences.
“Biclean" is a combination of sightseeing cycling, check-in and cleaning up ocean waste in the coastal area. This is a new type of experiential tourism that the Jeju Island government is operating to give visitors the opportunity to freely enjoy cycling on the winding coastal roads, check-in, breathe in the fresh air and join hands to clean the marine environment.
2- Experience being a chef with local ingredients
Toto Atelier, which used to be a cooking school, is now becoming the only place in Jeju Island that gives visitors the opportunity to experience making local traditional cakes using ingredients grown in Jeju Island.
After hand-picking ingredients such as carrots, tangerines, cauliflower and rosemarry (vegetables with a characteristic scent)... from Toto Atelier's garden, visitors will be able to make their own traditional cakes of this tourist island such as Jeju Carrot cake; Jeju tangerine cake, cake (made with egg white and sugar)...
Although they have never learned to bake, but with the recipe of video tutorials from professional chefs of Toto Atelier, visitors only need to pay attention through the screen in front of them and use the dexterity of their hands to make their own unique cakes.
3- Sound Walk: from "Sightseeing" to "Feeling"
Visit Jeju island, visitors will have the opportunity to satisfy their five senses by discovering and recording the mysterious sounds of nature in Gotjawal (Jeju's own name, the only place in the world where are northern and southern tropical plant species coexisting).
Joining the "Sound Walk" service, visitors can discover for themselves the hidden sounds of nature in Gotjawa with advanced recording equipment, turning a mere sightseeing trip into a directly feel the sounds that normally cannot be heard from nature.
It is the sound of many different animals and birds as well as the low chirping and flapping of wings of bees and insects. Visitors can also have their own recordings with the help of advanced professional audio editing equipment.
4- Glocal Media Art Restaurant: Food combined with art communication
Jeju Island's tourist restaurant "Haenyeo Kitchen Bukchon" is an attractive destination for visitors to experience the unique dishes of chef Haenyeo and media art inspired by Sea view of the island.
Sitting and enjoying the food in the scene where the walls around the dining room become a lively 3D screen with stereoscopic surround sound inspired by the sea, visitors feel like they are dining on the sea, in or on the island with a waiter acting as a storyteller to describe in detail the dishes served.
The meal is made entirely from fresh seafood caught by Haenyeos and ingredients grown seasonally on Jeju Island.
10 Things to know to explore Jeju Island like a local
Recognized by UNESCO as a world cultural heritage, Jeju Island is also known as the "Hawaii of Korea", attracting thousands of visitors with its beautiful natural scenery, beaches, museums and unique types of entertainment and high-class resort services.
If you are planning your trip to Korea, you should definitely not miss Jeju Island because this place is not only a miniature modern city but also a peaceful island which suitable for both fun and relaxation.
Here's everything you need to know to explore Jeju Island like a local.
I- What time of year should you visit Jeju Island?
Jeju Island is most beautiful in spring when the weather is still a bit chilly but the sun starts to warm up and the flower fields begin to bloom. Spring on Jeju Island usually starts from March and lasts until the end of May. The most beautiful time is in late March to early April when canola and cherry blossoms bloom everywhere.
Spring and summer which lasts until early August are the peak seasons that attract the most tourists because the weather on the island is very pleasant, cool and fresh. Autumn on Jeju Island starts from September to the end of November, at this time the weather is not completely cold, still warm during the day but cold at night. Winter in Jeju Island is said to be not as harsh as Seoul, but the lowest temperature is still around 5-7 degrees Celsius. This is the right time for those who want to experience a quiet and peaceful Jeju. Hotels, motels and resorts are also much cheaper, so many people choose to travel to Jeju Island in the winter to relax and rejuvenate.
II- Means of transportation on Jeju Island
As a large island with an area of 1,845km2, Jeju Island owns tourist attractions with quite a distance from each other. Therefore, it is extremely important to find information carefully and choose the means of transportation on the island to make the most of your time and money to explore this beautiful island.
1- Public transportation
To use public transportation in Korea, including on Jeju Island, you need a T-money (Korean transport card). You can buy T-money at any convenience store and top up on the spot (note that convenience stores only accept cash when topping up traffic card)
The only public transport on Jeju Island is the bus. Buses run through several routes on Jeju Island and also pass popular tourist attractions. Although the bus is an economical choice with a very cheap cost (1,200 won for a time on the bus and gradually increases with the number of transfers and the number of kilometers), it will be inconvenient if you want to visit many tourist attractions.
The biggest disadvantage of the intercity bus on Jeju Island is that it takes time, you will have to change the bus many times to move from one tourist destination to another and have to wait for the bus for a long time if you miss the bus. The way to use the bus effectively is to schedule nearby tourist destinations and combine taxi rides to save time and money.
2- Jeju City Tour Bus
This can be an appropriate choice for those of you who do not want to have to calculate the schedule and think about where to go, how to go to save time. The Jeju City Tour bus is designed exclusively for tourists, passing through most of the famous places on the Jeju island.
The price of a ride on the city tour bus is 3,000 won. Furthermore, you can also buy unlimited tickets for one day (One day pass) for 12,000won/adult, 8,000won/child and free for infants.
If you travel in a group of more than 3 people, traveling by taxi is a pretty reasonable choice. Taxi prices on Jeju Island are calculated by kilometer, to avoid overspending on taxi commuting fees, you can book a full day car through the Jeju Global taxi service which is certified by the tourism service management organization on Jeju Island.
4- Car rental
If you have an international driver's license, renting a self-driving car is the best option to explore Jeju Island. Self-driving allows you to be proactive in your time and easily visit popular tourist attractions that are not accessible by public transport.
III- What make Jeju Island attractive to Travellers?
Named as the "island of peace", or the island of love, the set of many famous films captivates international audiences. Jeju Island captivates tourists by its calm, wild but equally charming beauty. It has a very beautiful and poetic natural scenery with many interesting tourist attractions that you cannot miss. The island is also one of the ideal destinations for tourists at any time of the year. Come here once, you will have to admire the miracle of creation! Jeju Island is the ideal tourist destination to enjoy the cool feeling of the blue sea, beautiful beaches, be close to nature and enjoy famous dishes here is always a great and meaningful experience for every visitor.
Jeju is the largest island of Korea, with a length of 41km and a width of 73km. As the place with the best climate in Korea, the weather is mild and cool all year round, during the hottest time of the year the temperature is only 33 degrees Celsius. The landscape here makes not only locals but also international tourists ecstatic. Beautiful nature with majestic natural waterfalls, long white beaches, clear blue sea and many beautiful attractions.
The best time to visit Jeju Island, Korea is from April to June, this time both the weather and nature are the most brilliant and fresh. In Jeju, there is an international airport that can fly directly from Tokyo, Osaka, Beijing and Shanghai to meet the needs of tourists to explore Jeju Island. Isn't the beautiful scenery of Jeju Island enough to attract thousands of tourists to Korea?! What does Jeju Island have that make tourists fall in love? Let's explore these below!
Beautiful scenery – places to visit in Jeju Island
1- The famous Olle Trail
Visitors can walk on the famous Olle trail, a long winding road, on both sides are rows of green trees, drooping leaves.
If you come to this place in the spring time, walking while enjoying the scenery, such beautiful nature will also make people's hearts peaceful and shake off all worries.
2- O'sulloc Tea Hill - Green stretches to the horizon
O'sulloc tea hill near Tea House and Innisfree House, in Korea, O'sulloc brand on Jeju Island is very famous, products made from green tea such as tea, ice cream, cakes, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, ... trusted by Koreans. Coming here, you can admire the immense scenery of the tea hill and enjoy the green tea ice cream, and don't forget to bring your camera to save some beautiful moments.
If you come here in the afternoon, then stay for a few minutes, when the day is over, the sunset falls, the afternoon dyes on this tea hill scene, you will admire a fairy-tale, simple but poetic picture!
3- O'Sulloc Green Tea Museum
If you love Korean tea culture, the O'Sulloc green tea museum is a place you can hardly ignore, here visitors can learn how to pick the most standard tea as well as the processing stages of making the Korea’s most popular drink. Of course, coming to O'Sulloc you can comfortably take pictures with the immense green tea fields, the clear sky above, all paint a picture of how peaceful the countryside is.
IV- Beautiful beaches on Jeju Island
Korea is one of the countries with a very large coastline, there is almost never a shortage of beautiful beaches, but strangely most of the The wonderful beaches here all surround Jeju Island such as Jungmun, Gwakji, Hamdoek and Shinyang sea.
1- Dol Hareubang Beach
Dol hareubang is an old man stone statue, a symbol of Jeju Island and also an ideal place for those with 'religions'. According to the islanders, a woman who wants to give birth to a son just needs to come here and touch the nose of this stone statue.
2- Hyeopjae Beach – Nature's wonderful creation
Hyeopjae Beach is in the ranking of 10 beautiful beaches of Korea and topped the list of the most attractive beaches on Jeju Island. Hyeopjae Beach is a great creation of nature with clear blue sea, smooth white sand, not too violent sea waves and good services all around. Come here, standing on a certain rocky snout, you can admire this picturesque landscape.
3- Gwakji Gwamul Beach
Gwakji Gwamul Beach is one of the great Korean tourist destinations that tourists come to Jeju especially in the summer. Not vibrant and crowded, Gwakji Gwamul beach has a calm and peaceful beauty, very suitable for relaxation and relief from the heat of summer. You will be able to be comfort at the modern outdoor swimming pools near the beach and relaxing to watch the immense blue sea on the long sandy beach.
4- Colorful Jungmun Seakdal Beach
This is the most special tourist attraction of Jeju Island that attracts a large number of tourists to Korea. Jungmun Seakdal multi-colored beach is the most unique beach in the world, the sand here has up to 4 colors of black, white, red and gray, making many first-time visitors to Jeju Island surprised and overwhelmed.
Not only can you admire the strange sand colors, but when coming to Jungmun Seakdal beach, visitors will be able to participate in sea sports such as surfing, skateboarding, boating, etc.
V- Natural Waterfalls
1- Jeongbang Waterfall
Jeongbang Waterfall is one of the 3 most beautiful waterfalls on Jeju Island. Furthermore, this is also the only Korean tourist destination where you have the opportunity to see natural water pouring directly into the sea. Jeongbang Waterfall is 22 meters high, 12 meters wide and 20 meters deep, creating a majestic ribbon of water pouring white foam.
The interesting thing when coming to Jeongbang waterfall is that visitors should try to enjoy the feeling of sitting on big rocks and eat fresh seafood dishes directly caught by local people.
2- Cheonjiyeon Waterfall
As an attractive tourist destination of Jeju Island, Korea, with the scenery of the natural water tower falling on the rocky mountains and green vegetation, like a picture of a poetic fairy scene.
Cheonjiyeon Waterfall still has the pristine beauty of nature, the waterfall has a height of 22m, the water pours white all year round, you can come and admire this natural waterfall at any time of the year.
VI- Jeju Folk Village
This is a traditional village that still retains the traditional features of old Korean culture.
The village is located at the foot of Hallasan mountain, with houses built from volcanic lava rock, roofs made of thatched grass; coming there, tourists will feel like they are stepping into the old movies of Korea.
VII- Manjanggul Cave
This is a cave formed from volcanic lava and is located about 30km east of Jeju City. Manjanggul Cave is considered one of the most brilliant natural beauty caves in Korea. This cave has been recognized by Unesco as a world heritage site, because it has more than 30,000 artifacts of bats and more than 38 diverse species of creatures including the Jeju cave spider.
VIII- Seongsan Iichulbong Sunrise Peak
Seongsan Iichulbong Peak is one of the world natural heritages recognized by Unesco. The mountain was formed from a dormant volcano 5,000 years ago. Located on the east coast of Jeju Island, Seongsan Mountain is shaped like a giant ancient fortress standing in the middle of the blue sea with an impressive unique structure. Especially when discovering Seongsan, you will be even more surprised with the green vegetation.
The mountain has a special conic shape, 99 meters high and about 600 meters wide, like a giant basin in the middle of the sea. The crater is a majestic scene with 99 sharp rocks around, like a giant rampart protecting the fortress. This is also an ideal place for you and your loved one to watch the sunrise in the early morning in the middle of the sea. The image of the sunrise on Seongsan Mountain is like the sun rising over the crater, you will surely get great and impressive photos for your Korea trip.
IX - Hallasan: the highest mountain in Korea
Hallasan Mountain has an age of more than 5000 years, the highest mountain in Korea. Coming to this place, immersing in nature, listening to birds chirping, admiring rich vegetation, etc. will be unforgettable experiences in your life.
Hallasan Mountain is recognized by UNESCO as a World Natural Heritage. The most wonderful thing happens when visitors climb to the top of the mountain to see the crater that now has turned into an extremely beautiful lake, and panoramic view of the beauty of Jeju island.
Hallasan Mountain, known as the paradise of Jeju Island, is the highest mountain in Korea, located at an altitude of 1,950m above sea level, which is a volcano that has been extinct for a thousand years. Hallasan Mountain is surrounded by 360 satellite volcanoes, creating a very unique and fanciful scene. It also has a very rich vegetation with a surface like a carpet of fire and brilliant grass. The highest mountain in Korea Hallasan is a shield volcano that is no longer active, it would be great if you had a chance to see this beautiful azalea flower on the top of the mountain in spring, yellow leaves sporadically fall when autumn arrives and the snow is covered with white snow, signaling the coming of winter and white snow covered to notice that winter is coming to an end.
X- Daepo Jusangjeolli
As cultural heritage number 223, named as "Jisatgae Rocks", a Korean tourist destination not to be missed when exploring Jeju Island.
Jungmun Daepo is the largest lava rock pillar in Korea with more than 20m high, created by erupting lava that has cooled rapidly and touched the sea surface, creating an unique layered structure.
Daepo Jusangjeolli is one of the famous places in Jeju Island. The blocks of stone are stacked harmoniously, a wonderful sight, as if having human hand has been honed. This beautiful scene is like a beautiful picture of nature dedicated to Jeju Island.
If you come here, you should watch the time when the tide is high, the big waves sometimes up to 10m, slamming in like a face is erupting like the incense is erupting, bringing strong and majestic beauty, is a masterpiece of nature.
EXPLORE TOP 3 CLASSY NATURE-FRIENDLY RESORTS IN JEJU ISLAND
As a beautiful island and also one of the most famous tourist destinations in Korea, Jeju has many high-class resorts that fully meet the needs of relaxation and entertainment for tourists coming here. Let's explore top 3 classy nature-friendly resorts in the Jeju island.
1- WE Hotel Jeju
A premium health resort which located in the Halla mountain area in Seogwipo, in the middle of a green forest, WE Hotel Jeju operates as a luxury hotel/resort. Thanks to its location away from central areas, it is an ideal place to stay for travelers looking for a quiet getaway close to nature in Jeju.
The resort is also located next to a large area that is very suitable for physical activities, you can even participate in hiking on the shady tree-lined roads around the area.
WE Hotel Jeju has a total of 103 rooms including 89 Superior rooms, 2 Deluxe rooms and 12 Suite rooms. The rooms are fully equipped with modern and classy amenities.
Particularly, WE Hotel Jeju uses completely mineral water from drinking water, bathing to swimming pool...
Not far from the resort is a beach where you can comfortably sunbathe and participate in exciting sports games.
2- Hidden Cliff Hotel & Nature
If you are looking for a quiet and close to nature resort, you should not miss Hidden Cliff Hotel & Nature.
Located near the Yere ecological reserve, this resort is the perfect place to enjoy the fresh and peaceful atmosphere next to green plants.
Here, you will most likely be overwhelmed by the beautiful scenery with green lawns and building architecture using limestone and patterned stones. The system of 250 rooms is always full of natural light and airy.
The interior is furnished mainly from wood, creating a luxurious feeling. The common space area also has an infinity pool and a steam room to meet the diverse needs of visitors.
3- The Shilla Jeju
Not only a resort with high-class services, The Shilla Jeju is also a place where you can experience many interesting cultural and entertainment activities in the beautiful Jeju Island.
The Shilla Jeju was born in 1990 and still maintains its position as one of the top resorts in Jeju. It is also chosen as a venue for many major international events. The Shilla Jeju has three main room types including Standard, Premier and Suite to meet different needs. Depending on your preference, you can choose a room with mountain, garden or sea views. In order to bring high-class culinary experiences, The Shilla Jeju also offers Korean and Japanese restaurants, a spacious buffet area with European flavors and a pastry shop that always exudes a sweet and seductive aroma.
You can also relax with music in the Lounge area or have fun in the two special bars designed in a classic style or located by the pool. If you want to experience making delicious Korean food yourself, sign up for cooking courses to be directly guided by the chefs here.
A special feature of The Shilla Jeju is its diverse system of experiential activities from hiking to Mount Halla, forest hiking to camping in outdoor areas. All tours are designed for you to have a fun and meaningful discovery experiences.
Located on the most beautiful tourist island of Korea, The Shilla Jeju brings you unforgettable experiences. The Shilla Jeju Resort has an elegant European style.
It has a modern yet very unique look, unlike anywhere else in the world. Located not too far from the center, The Shilla Jeju avoids the hustle and bustle of urban bustle and close to nature.
Visitors often love to walk in The Shilla Jeju campus to enjoy the beauty of the design here.
If you want to enjoy a vacation with great care services when coming to Korea, don't miss The Shilla Jeju. This place has a full range of entertainment and high-class services that you would expect such as amusement parks, casinos, clubs, shopping malls, etc.
From The Shilla Jeju, visitors can walk to the beautiful Jungmun beach. Only about 10 minutes walk, you will be immersed in the cool sea water and enjoy the unique sea services at JEJU island.
Yeomiji Botanical Garden is not far from The Shilla Jeju resort. If you have come to Jeju without going to Yeomiji Garden, it is a mistake. This is a great place to check-in. You will enjoy the fresh breath of Jeju spring, immersed in the green and colorful flowers in the greenhouses in the garden.
The Shilla Jeju is built quite isolated so that visitors can temporarily put aside the hustle and bustle of life. Coming here, you will find a quiet and peaceful Jeju where traditional values are still preserved mixed with modern features.