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Busan SEA LIFE Aquarium Admission Ticket

4.6 2,171 reviews | 30K+ Booked
Home to one of the biggest aquariums in Asia, a visit to Sea Life Busan Aquarium is the ideal way to discover the secrets of the oceans depths and learn more about some of the most misunderstood creatures in the seas. With its mission to preserve marine heritage for future generations, come and visit the 250 marine species, and over 10,000 aquatic animals from the murky waters of the Amazon, to the waters of the deepest oceans. Walk with the in the amazing 180 degree ocean floor glass tunnel and see the sharks during their feeding time! If that's not enough, spend the rest of your visit watching the penguins and cheeky otters at feeding time in state-of-the-art facilities.
US$ 25.69
US$ 17.49
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See the twinkling lights of Busan on this panoramic tour of the city. If you have limited time, this is a great way to see some of Busan's most popular and impressive landmarks enhanced by the brightly colored illuminations. Explore the magical Illumia Park and wander through the labyrinth of glittering lighting displays. Be amazed by the spectacular Gwangan suspension bridge lit up at night and stretch your legs by taking a relaxing stroll along Gwangalli sandy beach. You’ll also get to learn about Busan’s culture and history throughout the tour as you travel between each landmark. Don’t worry, you’ll also have plenty of time for photo ops at each stop to capture that perfect shot of Busan’s glittering skyline!
US$ 43.45
US$ 26.05
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Busan Wall Painting Village Tour

4.5 392 reviews | 5K+ Booked
Departing from Busan Station, you will first be taken to Songdo Beach, one of the most loved local beaches and enjoy the beautiful coastline Busan is so renowned for. After a brave stroll on the overhanging skywalk, hop back onto the bus and a little over an hour later, you will arrive at Jeonggeo Wall Painting Village where you will have time to explore this artistic village. Located on Gadeokdo Island, Jeonggeo Wall Painting Village is a small fishing village which has recently gained more recognition as a tourist destination in Busan through a Taiwanese TV show, "Marry Me or Not?" At the end of the trip, you can choose to be dropped off at Gamcheon Culture Village, a village featuring lego-liked colorful houses. If you prefer, your tour can also end at Nampo-dong.
US$ 21.75
Book now for 16 Aug 2021

Busan Air Cruise Cable Car Ticket

4.8 186 reviews | 2K+ Booked
US$ 13.05
US$ 12.15
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Busan Public Yacht Cruise

4.6 11 reviews | 600+ Booked
Hop aboard a luxurious cruise around Suyeong Bay in Busan! This hour long tour will take you from from the Suyeong Bay Yachting Center, a site formerly used as an Olympic stadium, to some of Busan's most memorable landmarks. See the beautiful Marine City, glimpse Dongbaek Island as it goes by, cruise over Haeundae Beach, under the famous Gwangan Bridge, and then over the beautiful Gwangalli Beach. The city changes from day to night, so you can get the chance to see how different the cityscape transforms if you opt to get one morning and one night cruise.
US$ 35.79
Book now for 14 Aug 2021

What people are saying about Cruises in Busan

Jacqueline Published 123 days ago
We were experiencing a super bad air quality for Busan and the SeaLife Aquarium was the perfect refuge for us. Right at 10am we approached the counter, showed my phone and proceeded down the escalator to catch the staff feeding several of the tanks. It was like our own private feeding tour. The Aquarium was nearly empty, making it easy to be physically distant. We did wear our masks. And our temperatures were checked when we entered and we did have to write down our contact info (standard for Korea). Once inside the Aquarium, you can purchase tickets for the glass bottom boat. There are limited educational signs in English but overall very enjoyable experience, especially considering the poor air quality.
abu samah Published 554 days ago
To go to these park, we took a taxi from our hotel located at Sasang with fare 12,000krw. But we are not really lucky since we arrived there at night. Nothing more to see at that time but we manage to enjoy after touch down the next 'station' of the cable car. You should get a try for this experience if you visit Busan.
You Wei Published 587 days ago
This was a good way to catch a different glimpse of Busan at night. Thanks to Mr Kim for being funny and detailed in sharing about the places we visited. He was attentive to our needs and constantly ensured that we were fine. He also helped to take great photos. Overall a wonderful tour and it was a great experience on the Songdo cable car!
SEET MEI Published 595 days ago
We took the Busan Air Cruise (have to pay extra money) at Songdo and saw the beautiful scenery across the sea. At the other end, there was a small park with dinosaurs and other stuffs. We took some photos there. We missed out the Songdo Skywalk as there was not enough time. After that, we went to Gamcheon Culture Village. We took many photos there. Overall, we had enjoyed ourselves.
Nyuk Yuen Published 602 days ago
Sea Life Busan Aquarium is a very good place to visit, to learn and to explore. Staff here is friendly and helpful. Should pay a visit here if you come to Busan. It located at Haeundae beach which is another must visit destination in Busan. We went for a beach walk after visit aquarium, it was so beautiful and relaxing.
ENG THYE Published 606 days ago
Visited this place with my Korean friend in mid of November..It was fun and we had a good time.. There're variety of marine life to be found as well..and we got free photos ( each of us got 1 ) for using KLOOK voucher upon leaving Aquarium. If you plan to visit Busan Aquarium I would recommend to buy this voucher before hand for cheaper price.

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