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10 China Tours

7 Days / 6 Nights
Tours Overview
The old and new Korea are juxtaposed in an itinerary that combines the sophisticated excitement of Seoul with the fascinating remains of Korea’s ancient past in Gyeongju. Between the two, you'll visit the DMZ, the demarcation between North and South Korea and the most heavily armed border in the world.

Day 1- Arrive Korea
Arrive in Seoul this evening. Upon arrival you are met and transferred to the hotel. Founded as the capital of the Chosun
Dynasty, Seoul is Korea’s commercial, financial, and political hub.

Day 2- Seoul Sightseeing
Enjoy a morning city tour of Gyeongbok Palace (built in 1394), the Folklore Museum with its insights into traditional Korean life, Bukchon Hanok Village, the Cheonggyecheon Stream and Shoppoing at Myeongdong Street. Afternoon enjoy excursion to Gangnam Street and Gwangjang Local Market.with dinner at Korea House, the Traditional Korean restaurant (Tour on Private Tour). (BD)

Day 2 sightseeing in Seoul on tours operating after March 30, 2014 will be as follows:
Enjoy a morning city tour of Gyeongbok Palace (built in 1394), the Folklore Museum with its insights into traditional Korean life, the Blue House and the massive Jogyesa Temple. (Tour on Seat in Coach basis). The afternoon is at leisure. (B)

Day 3 – DMZ Tour
Enjoy your morning Seat in Coach DMZ TOUR (Demilitarized zone) tour with drive by Unification Village. Your tour will also include the 3rd Tunnel (DMZ Theater, Exhibition Hall) Imjingak Park, Freedom Bridge, Dora Observatory and Dorasan Station. (B)

Day 4 – World Heritage Tour
Enjoy the World Heritage Seat in Coach tour. Your tour include visits to Changdeokgung Palace, Traditional Korean Village, Jongmyo Royal Shrine (National Palace Museum on Tuesday). Following lunch, visit Suwon Hwaseong Fortress, Hwaseong Trolley and Hwaseong Haenggung Palace. (BL)

Day 5- Seoul / Gyeongju
Early morning transfer to the train station to board your express train to Gyeongju, the spiritual and cultural capital of Korea. Gyeongju served as the capital of the Shilla Kingdom, which united the peninsula in 676 AD. Designated by UNESCO as one of the world’s ten most historic sites, it is known as the “Museum Without Walls.” You are met and transferred to the hotel. Your afternoon tour of Gyeongju includes the Bulgulsa Temple with its lovely pagodas and bridges, Seogguram Grotto (one of Asia’s most magnificent Buddhist shrines) and the National Museum. (Tour on private basis). (B)

Day 6- Gyeongju / Busan
In the morning, travel by express bus to Busan (1hr 30 mins), Korea’s main port and second largest city. Upon arrival, check into the hotel. Your afternoon tour includes Taejongdae Park with its vast rock outcrops and sweeping sea vistas and the UN cemetery, Jagalchi fish market, the International market and Yongdusan Park. (Tour on private basis) (B)

Day 7- Busan / Seoul
After breakfast, transfer to the airport for a flight to Seoul. Upon arrival, you are met and transferred to the International airport for your flight back home. (B)

Daily Arrivals Dbl Occ Sgl Occ
Jan 2014 - Dec 2014  
First Class Hotels $2,350 $3,080
Deluxe Hotels $2,670 $3,560
Supplement for Staying at Grand Hilton:
With First class option: $520 per person
With Deluxe option: $160 per person
Daily Arrivals Dbl Occ Sgl Occ
January 2015 - February 2016  
First Class $2,490 $3,280
Deluxe $2,820 $3,790
Fraser Place  
Namdaemun or Best Western Premier Garden (F)
Grand Ambassador Hotel (D)  
Novotel Ambassador (F, D)  
Kolon Hotel (F)  
Hotel Hyundai (D)  
• 6 nights accommodation at your choice of hotel with private facilities
• Daily Breakfast
• Arrival & departure transfers on private basis
• All sightseeing tours on private / Seat in Coach basis as listed
• Local English-speaking guides
• Entrance fees to monuments
• Train tickets from Seoul to Gyeongju
• Coach transfer from Gyeongju to Busan
• Internal flight Busan / Seoul
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