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Busan SEA LIFE Aquarium Admission Ticket
★ 4.6
30K+ Booked
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US$ 25.69

From US$ 17.49

Museum DAH Ticket
★ 4.7
700+ Booked
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US$ 15.79

US$ 12.65

Busan Public Yacht Cruise
★ 4.6
600+ Booked

US$ 36.09

Busan Night Tour with Songdo Cable Car, The Bay 101, Gwangalli Beach, and Yeongdo Seaside Park
★ 4.7
6K+ Booked

US$ 43.79

From US$ 26.29

Running Man Thematic Experience Center Ticket in Busan
★ 4.8
4K+ Booked
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US$ 14.05

From US$ 11.95

Busan East Coast Cultural Day Tour
★ 4.7
8K+ Booked
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US$ 39.45

US$ 35.49

Special Oedo Island Day Tour from Busan
★ 4.6
1K+ Booked
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US$ 78.85

US$ 74.45

Busan Air Cruise Cable Car Ticket
★ 4.8
2K+ Booked
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US$ 13.15

From US$ 12.29

Poo Poo Land Ticket in Busan
★ 4.5
400+ Booked
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US$ 7.89

US$ 7.00

Busan Jagalchi Market Tour and Korean Daily Special Dish Cooking Class
★ 4.9
900+ Booked
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US$ 49.95

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Day Tours from Busan
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Only in Busan
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Why people love Busan

Had a wonderful time and experience during this tour. Jun is a great tour guide, very professional and friendly. He even brings his camera to help take great pictures for you. Well knowledge about the area and sights, you will get to learn a lot about the areas in Busan that you'll want to see them all. If I come back I'm definitely booking a day tour or any other tours with him. One of the highlights of my stay was this tour!!!
Very recommended! Running Man in Busan is very different from Seoul, South Korea. The facilities inside are more fun! Although the time is limited for one hour, I really have a lot of fun in one hour. It is in the building. You have to take the elevator up. The service staff can speak English and are very kind. I will come back if I have a chance!
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.
The teacher can speak Chinese and English, and the materials have been prepared. Even a beginner in cooking will not find it too difficult. During the cooking process, the teacher will pay attention to the different progress of each group from time to time. In the end, everyone can eat homemade Korean cuisine happily and with a sense of accomplishment. This is the first time that we have participated in a cooking course abroad, and gained a lot of valuable local information and experience. Recommended for travelers who don’t want to just go shopping or watch flowers:)
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The tickets are bought on the spot and used directly on the spot, there are not many people, the surrounding environment is comfortable, and the venue is clean, which is very cost-effective. In addition to the beautiful night view, there are also some interactive projections, and the overall experience is very good.
This day tour was amazing. Beautiful scenery and awesome tour guide. I would suggest wearing durable and comfortable walking shoes as there is a lot of walking throughout the tour. We stayed on scheduled and the guide even tried to accommodate us and drop off at our hotel location if it was near the subway exit. Very generous.

Top sights in Busan

With its picturesque beaches, stunning mountainside scenery, and historical temples, there's something for everybody in the bustling port city of Busan! Though the beautiful contrast of the urban landscape set against rugged mountains and the deep blue sea is enough to warrant a visit, it’s the delectable seafood dishes, fascinating culture, and other Busan tourist attractions that will make you stay. Interested in visiting the second-largest city in South Korea but don’t know where to start? Check out this list of the top 10 fun things to do in Busan:

Jagalchi Market

Known as the biggest fish market in South Korea, Jagalchi Market in Nampo-dong is one of the many Busan interesting places that all travelers have to visit. Open as early as 5:00 am, food-lovers can try a variety of Korean seafood dishes here, including sashimi, abalone, and nabe. With over a hundred stalls on the first floor alone, you'll never run out of things to eat here!
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Haeundae Beach

One of the most popular destinations in the city, this gorgeous beach at the edge of Busan is a must-visit, especially during summer. Choose to go for a swim in its crystal-clear waters or go for a walk along the shore, ideally at night so you can enjoy the gentle sea breeze. If the water is too cold when you visit, you can go inside one of the cafes and try some of the delicious food as you watch the street performers.
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Gwangalli Beach

Get your fix of sun and sea with a visit to Gwangalli Beach in Gwangan 2-dong, where the Busan International Fireworks Festival is held every year. Gwangalli is famous for its pristine waters, fine sand, and a breathtaking beachfront that you have to see yourself to believe! The beach comes alive at night, where you can have dinner and drinks at the nearby bars and cafes, all while you admire the bright lights of Gwangandaegyo Bridge that stretch across the horizon.
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Haedong Yonggungsa

If you're craving more time at the beach after your visit to Haeundae Beach, you can take a quick bus ride to Haedong Yonggungsa, an idyllic Buddhist temple located on the coast. Offering both spectacular views and cultural immersion, a stop at Haedong Yonggungsa is a must for anyone's Busan 2 day itinerary! Take in the beautiful sight of the ocean's calm waters crashing on the shore as you walk to the temple, built during the Goryeo Dynasty in 1376 by the teacher known as Naong. Make sure to sample some of the delicious street food from the vendors in front of the temple!
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