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First impressions of Jeju Island promise a tropical paradise much like the rest in this part of the world, but spend a little time getting to know this volcanic island province in the Korea Strait and you’ll quickly discover its very particular charms.
Many visitors opt to stay in the famous Jungmun Beach resort, but there’s much more to the island than five-star luxury. Get out into the countryside to see picturesque villages, breathtaking scenery and amazing rock formations. Visit some of the museums and try the local cuisine. Explore by public transport or hire a car and plan your own itinerary.
The Jeju skyline is dominated by the towering Mount Halla, the highest mountain in South Korea, presiding majestically over the national park at the centre of the island. Hike to the top for unrivalled views across the whole island and the surrounding ocean. Spend time exploring the Olle Walking Paths, a waymarked network of specially planned routes that guide you through some of the island’s most beautiful locations. Head to Seongsan Ilchulbong Peak at sunrise for a gentler ascent with a photogenic reward at the end.
The volcanic origins of Jeju can be appreciated at close quarters in Manjanggul Cave, site of the largest lava column in the world and home to a huge colony of native bats, while the sweet smells of the nutmeg trees in Bijarim Forest showcase its agricultural heritage. Learn about the ancient legend of the Seven Nymphs at Cheojiyeon Falls, or walk along the beach at Seopjikoji to admire the dramatic rock formations sculpted by time and tide.
Jeju has its own share of interesting museums and visitor attractions, such as the quirky Teddy Bear Museum, which features cuddly bears in a variety of poses, from space astronauts to Elvis. One of the most popular places to spend a few hours is the Trick Art Museum, an interactive 3D gallery where you take the starring role in a variety of artworks and activities, from surfing with dolphins to shaking hands with Adam in the Sistine Chapel.
Most visitors arrive by air or boat to Jeju City, which is a good base for exploring the rest of the island, with plenty of accommodation and dining options to suit all tastes and budgets.
This family-friendly hotel is located in Seogwipo (Jungmun), close to Jungmun Golf Club, Yeomiji Botanical Garden, and Jeju Teddy Bear Museum. Also nearby are Ripley's Believe It or Not Museum and PLAY K-POP.
This hotel is located in Jeju (Jeju City), near the airport, Cheju Halla General Hospital, Halla Arboretum, and Jeju Stadium. Local attractions also include Yeongyoung Park and Iho Beach.
This Seogwipo resort is located next to a golf course, offering direct access to the beach and only short distance from Jungmun Golf Club, Yeomiji Botanical Garden, and Jeju Teddy Bear Museum. Also nearby are PLAY K-POP and Ripley's Believe It or Not Museum.
This luxury hotel is located in Jeju (Jeju City), near the airport, Yongin Bridge, Tapdong Beach Theater, and Dragon Head Rock. Also nearby are Jeju Gwandeokjeong Pavilion and Tapdong Beach Plaza.
This hotel is located in Seogwipo (Seogwipo City), close to Seogwipo Maeil Olle Market, Cheonjiyeon Waterfall, and Saeyeongyo Bridge. Also nearby are Jeongbang Waterfall and Sammaebong Peak.
This hotel is located in Seogwipo (Seogwipo City), close to Jeju World Cup Stadium, Gogeunsan Mountain, and Eongtto Falls. Local attractions also include Seokbujak Museum and Sammaebong Peak.
This hotel is located in Jeju (Jeju City), close to Jeju Starlight World Park and Planetarium, Gwaneumsa Temple, and Jeju Country Club. Local attractions also include Halla Ecological Forest.