You will often find the blue sea, which gives you a feeling of refreshment just by looking at it, during summer vacation time in Busan.
Take a tour of Busan travel destinations where you can feel the exotic vibe to make your trip even more memorable.
Dumplings’ paradise with glowing red lights: Chinatown
Chinatown, located in front of Busan Station, is an exotic place that stands out even from a distance. Its red roofs and golden pillars surrounded by dragons make an impressive sight.
You will see many people waiting for something as you enter the alley. That’s the queue for dumplings. The most popular dish in Chinatown is dumplings.
Many tourists come to see the places featured in movies, such as Oldboy and New World, among the many shops.
A short walk through the alleyways will lead you to the Choryang Modern History Gallery, which displays photos illustrating Busan's history. There is trick art painted on the floor, making it a fun place to take pictures.
Busan Travel Lounge, a space for domestic and foreign travelers, is also available. In addition to luggage storage, the lounge has a rest area, seminar room, and other facilities convenient for tourists.
1, Jungang-daero 179beon-gil, Dong-gu, Busan
A 2-minute walk from Busan Station
Parking in the Chinatown Public Parking Lot
Hongsungbang, which has been run by three generations in Chinatown for 50 years, is attracting many tourists as it offers authentic Chinese dishes.
Unlike regular dumplings with a flat shape, Hongsungbang's dumplings are plump and taste wonderful. In addition to dumplings, it also offers a variety of menu choices, such as stir-fried seafood and vegetables (palbochae) with fresh ingredients.
(Sanghae Bldg.), 16, Jungang-daero 179beon-gil, Dong-gu, Busan
Venice of Busan: Jangnim Port
Known for its beautifully decorated warehouses and buildings, Jangnim Port is a great place to take photos. If you are traveling lightly, it is a good place to visit since it has been rearranged beautifully and has convenient facilities.
When visiting Jangnim Port, you must check out the Bunezia Sunset Observatory near Jangnimgyo Bridge. You can enjoy the panoramic view from its rooftop and take a photo at the best Instagram spot.
The ocean view café on the 2nd floor of the observatory is a great place to enjoy the sunset.
72, Jangnim-ro, 93beon-gil, Saha-gu, Busan
Parking: Jangnim Port On-Street Public Parking Lot
- Haeridan Street
- Haeundae River Cruise
Alley full of unique cafés: Haeridan Street
Haeridan Street, a popular tourist destination in Haeundae, is a unique street with homely and distinctive shops. Duplit, for instance, is an exotic resort-like café.
Music from the turntable adds to its exotic atmosphere. Craft beer, desserts, and specialty coffee are also available.
With exotic vibes and Instagram-worthy spots, you can take memorable photos and fully enjoy an exotic trip.
Besides, you might want to take a walk and look at some of the unique shops on Haeridan Street.
27-13, Udong 1-ro 20beon-gil, Haeundae-gu, Busan
Cruising along the Suyeonggang River to the sea: Haeundae River Cruise
The Haeundae River Cruise docks in APEC Naru Park, a green park full of greenery. The cruise offers an exciting opportunity to see the Suyeonggang River, Millak Waterside Park, Marine City, and Gwangandaegyo Bridge.
During the evening, you can enjoy the beautiful sunset and night views, making it an unforgettable experience. On a cruise, you can enjoy the scenery of Busan while enjoying a romantic moment.
85, Suyeonggangbyeon-daero, Haeundae-gu, Busan